Third Grade Math Worksheets and Math Printables

In third grade math, kids will learn multiplication, division, counting coins of different values, reading charts, and more! These new skills need lots of practice. Try our third grade math worksheets designed to reinforce key concepts. Third grade multiplication worksheets are particularly important for skills practice at this age.
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Multiplying by Nine Multiplying by Nine Kids completing this third grade math worksheet multiply by 9 to solve each equation.
Make a Quilt: Multiplication #1 Make a Quilt: Multiplication #1 Featuring a colorful quilt puzzle that kids can cut out and rearrange, this worksheet makes practicing multiplication fun!
Decimals: Hundredths Place Decimals: Hundredths Place Let's say a square is divided into 100 equal parts.
Math-Go-Round: Intermediate Math-Go-Round: Intermediate On this multiplication board game, kids solve intermediate multiplication problems and move round and round the board, trying to pass as many corners as they can.
Multiplying by Six Multiplying by Six Kids completing this third grade math worksheet multiply by 6 to solve each equation.
Fill the Grid: Multiples of 3 Fill the Grid: Multiples of 3 Got a case of the times tables blues? Cheer up with a great practice sheet!
Math-Go-Round: Division (Medium) Math-Go-Round: Division (Medium) Have your child grab a friend and take on this board game that makes difficult division problems easy and fun.
Olympic Arithmetic: Ice Hockey Word Problems Olympic Arithmetic: Ice Hockey Word Problems Celebrate the Winter Olympics season by incorporating snow sports into academics!
Multiplication Color by Number: Parrot 1 Multiplication Color by Number: Parrot 1 Your child will enjoy memorizing his multiplication tables with this cheerful math worksheet that doubles as a color by number coloring page!
Multiplying by Ten Multiplying by Ten Kids completing this third grade math worksheet multiply by 10 to solve each equation.
Toyshop Multiplication Toyshop Multiplication Visit the toyshop with this third grade math worksheet, which will have your child completing simple multiplication problems in order to solve a toy-themed hidden mystery.
Donut Division Problems! Donut Division Problems! Kids completing this worksheet solve division problems in which a single or multi-digit number is evenly divided by a one-digit number.
Build a Robot: Multiplication #1 Build a Robot: Multiplication #1 Is your kid partial to robots? Would you like a way to channel his enthusiasm into something educational?
Color By Number Multiplication: Chameleon 1 Color By Number Multiplication: Chameleon 1 Offering a handful of multiplication problems, this worksheet is sure to help your third grader get ahead in math.
Math-Go-Round: Hard Math-Go-Round: Hard Here's a fun board game that's sure to take the blahs out of multiplication practice.
Tropical Fruit Fractions Tropical Fruit Fractions Someone is making a fruit salad using lots of different types of fruit!
In third grade math, kids will learn multiplication, division, counting coins of different values, reading charts, and more! These new skills need lots of practice. Try our third grade math worksheets designed to reinforce key concepts. Third grade multiplication worksheets are particularly important for skills practice at this age.

Tips for Tutoring 3rd Grade Math

Third grade is an cornerstone year for key math skills, such as multiplication and division. Try these tips to help your child improve third grade math skills and gain confidence with the subject:

  • Get extra practice by downloading and printing out a few of these third grade math worksheets. Try the first few with your child before he works through them on his own.
  • Help your child get the best idea of how to solve an equation by using visual aids. Counters, such as small plastic toys or pieces of cereal, work well for demonstrating multiplication and division problems.
  • Need more help with multiplication? Have fun making a set of times tables flash cards with your child.
  • You can practice counting coins by placing $2 worth of coins in a paper bag. Take turns picking coins from the bag. The first person to reach $1 wins!
  • Prepare for next year by browsing our fourth grade math worksheets with your child.