### 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.