### 3rd Grade Math Worksheets (Grade 3 - For Ages 8 to 9)

These math worksheets are designed specifically for grade 3 students. They are all aligned directly to core math standards. These skills are appropriate for students eight to nine years of age. If you are looking for specific skill based math worksheets for this grade level you can find all topics in a our printable math skills area.

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- The Addition Funnel | Answer Key - This is wonderful for building recall and carry over skills when adding. A successive numbers.
- The Subtraction Funnel | Answer Key - Start with a large number and whittel it away by subtracting successive boxes for each difference.
- Triple Digit Addition | Answer Key - Adding three digit numbers practice. Remind them of how they may need to carry numbers.
- Triple Digit Subtraction | Answer Key - One most of the problems we require borrowing to complete the problem.
- Quadruple Digit Addition | Answer Key - This is a starter algebra series. Students fill in the missing portion for each set of four digit adding problem.
- Quadruple Digit Subtraction | Answer Key - Fill in the missing part of these large difference problems. Sometimes it is as easy as just finding the solution to the problem.

### Advanced Skills

These skills are entirely new to students at this level. They get progressively more difficult, as you go down the column.

- Meeting Up With Multiplication | Answer Key - You can also turn this one into a tic-tac-toe math sheet, if you would like. It's fun to incorporate things like that into your class.
- Missing Multiplication | Answer Key - This is where students begin to think about the concept of algebra. Find the missing portion of the multiplication problems.
- Multiplication Word Problems | Answer Key - We provide you with a visual for the first problem. You will also find space to draw addition visuals.
- Missing Multiplication Tables | Answer Key - We provide you with a mixed up table and then bring back the order with a sequential product table.
- Dunking Division | Answer Key - Work on solving division problems in the two standard formats.
- Missing Division Parts | Answer Key - Find the missing part of each operations. This is a beginner algebra skill.
- Division Word Problems | Answer Key - We provide a display of the problem. Students should get in the habit of drawing the problems to help make better sense of them.
- Rounding to 10s | Answer Key - Rounding practice is the skill here. Students have to round the double digit numbers to the nearest ten.
- The 100s Roundup | Answer Key - Round the numbers up or down to the nearest hundred.
- Matching Fractions | Answer Key - We used a standard square shape here to make it more understandable for students. If you look up to the next grade level, you will see where we use unique shapes for each problem.
- Comparing Fractions with the Same Head or Feet | Answer Key - We use either fixed denominator or numerator in both problems. This really helps students understand the significance of each fraction.
- Making Bar Graphs | Answer Key - Create a simple graph. We use the standard five variables that we are seeing on most standardized tests.

What Do Students Learn in 3rd Grade Math?

3rd grade students have a good grasp of numbers. In the 3rd grade, students build on the skills they have learned in previous classes and polish their basics. They also learn new concepts like multiplication, division and many more big ideas. They are dealing with four-digit numbers, are getting more familiar with fractions. All concepts come with an explanation of how they’re applied in the world for them to start comprehending how the world works.

**Multiplication and Division**

After students have learned how to add and subtract numbers, in 3rd grade, teachers will introduce them to multiplication and division.

Because it is such an important concept in math, teachers will focus on building and polishing their understanding of it and encourage plenty of practice. Towards the end of 3rd grade, you can expect your child to learn tables and divisions till 100.

Like the concepts of addition and subtraction, children need to practice multiplication and division because an excellent understanding of these concepts will help the child become better at problem-solving.

Being good at basic math will equip your child with the confidence to take part in class more and the encourage them to learn math. The pace of learning increases in 3rd grade, so it is best your child has the learning tools to keep up.

**Learning Exact Time**

Teachers have previously introduced students to checking time, however they were only able to tell time to the nearest five minutes. Knowing how to tell time is a great skill to have; it helps students to prepare for the future and think about the time that has passed.

The students in 3rd grade will learn to measure exact time using digital and analog watches and clocks. In 3rd grade math lessons, students will also learn to tell the difference between AM and PM time.

Once your child knows how to tell time, they can actually learn slowly how to manage the time as well.

One of the simplest ways to make your child learn how to tell time is to ask them to tell you what time it is frequently throughout the day.

**Data Analysis and Probability**

Students will be introduced to this incredibly useful concept of data analysis. It is wise to learn all the basics of data analysis at an early stage. In 3rd grade, your children will engage with concepts regarding graphs and their arrangements. Their concepts about addition and subtraction will be useful here to read the data from the graph efficiently.

3rd grade students will also learn the concept of probability. They will also learn how to predict the outcomes in different situations through marbles or dice.

**Basic Geometry**

In 3rd grade, students will be introduced to two-dimensional shapes. In class, they will learn to put the shapes into categories, such as circle, triangle, rectangle, and square. They will also learn how to analyze these shapes and ,their different features, as well as compare the different properties of these shapes. Children will be taught the different sides and angles of these shapes.

At this level, children will also learn how to define perimeters, and they develop this understanding by measuring perimeters using a ruler.

It is important that they understand the basic two-dimensional shapes at this stage as the concept of three-dimensional shapes will become easier for them to comprehend.

Ask them to look around and identify the shapes in their surroundings - a circle in the wall clock, a cookie, button on a shirt, or sun; a rectangle hidden in the window frame, a dollar bill, or Lego blocks lying around; a square photo frame hanging on the wall, a piece of bread, or a cracker; triangles in road signs, pizza slices, sail boats and rooftops.

**Fractions**

Teachers in 3rd grade will equip the students with an understanding of how to find equivalent fractions, compare different fractions, and add or subtract fractions that have a common denominator.

Teach them how fractions can be applied in real life like pizza slices or while handling money.

**Measurement**

Students will build on their estimation skills from second grade. They will now learn to use metric units of liters, milliliters, kilograms, and grams. They will also learn about measuring capacity and temperature in 3rd grade math. They will use this understanding of measurement and units to measure the mass and volume of objects, noting their measurement on scales.

Teach them measurements of different objects using a variety of rulers. Bring the concept of capacity to life by making them figure out how to measure different liquids and solids with a range of measuring cups and spoons.

**Final Word**

In the 3rd grade, math may be tricky to grasp for some students, but it is also the most important part of a student’s academic journey. What they learn in 3rd grade math builds the overall foundation of their mathematical concepts and skills. It helps them to think logically about problems and find quick solutions to them.

What students are learning in 3rd grade is useful and applicable to their everyday life, and provided in 3rd grade their foundation of math is strong, they will become more confident and successful in math lessons in the future.