Third Grade Math Worksheets & Math Printables

Can your third grader do multiplication and count coins of different values? How about division or reading charts? These key third grade math skills need practice.Try our challenging math worksheets designed specifically to keep third graders excited about age appropriate subject matter. Third grade multiplication worksheets are particularly important for skills practice at this age.
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Tropical Fruit Fractions Tropical Fruit Fractions This third grade math worksheet asks questions about a set of different kinds of fruit.
Donut Division Problems! Donut Division Problems! Do some donut division with this math worksheet.
Math-Go-Round: Division (Medium) Math-Go-Round: Division (Medium) If your division aficionado wants to show off his math skills, give him our long division board game.
Math-Go-Round: Division (Expert) Math-Go-Round: Division (Expert) Challenge your child with this long division board game.
Multiplication Color by Number: Butterfly 2 Multiplication Color by Number: Butterfly 2 This is not your typical third grade math; sure, it's filled with a slew of single-digit multiplication problems, but it also contains some color-by-number fun!
Multiplication Color by Number: Butterfly 3 Multiplication Color by Number: Butterfly 3 Talking your third grader into practicing some extra math facts is a breeze with this entertaining worksheet!
Toyshop Multiplication Toyshop Multiplication Visit the toyshop with this third grade math worksheet, which will have your child completing simple multiplication problems.
Multiplying by Eight Multiplying by Eight Kids completing this third grade math worksheet multiply by 8 to solve each equation and also fill in a multiplication chart for the number 8.
Multiplying by Four Multiplying by Four Kids completing this third grade math worksheet multiply by 4 to solve each equation and also fill in a multiplication chart for the number 4.
Rounding: Tens, Hundreds, Thousands Rounding: Tens, Hundreds, Thousands Offering practice rounding to the nearest ten, hundred, and thousand, this worksheet is sure to help your child rocket to rounding mastery.
Build a Robot: Multiplication #1 Build a Robot: Multiplication #1 Now you can channel your kid's enthusiasm for robots into multiplication practice that's sure to educate as it entertains.
Build a Robot: Multiplication #5 Build a Robot: Multiplication #5 If your third grader loves robots, but needs some help with multiplication, then we've got the worksheet for him!
Multiplication Color by Number: Tree Frog 1 Multiplication Color by Number: Tree Frog 1 This 3rd grade math worksheet offers more than just multiplication enrichment: it's also a color by number coloring page!
Multiplication Mischief: East Coast USA Multiplication Mischief: East Coast USA Enlist your fourth grader's investigative math skills to find the suspect responsible for some multiplication mischief!
Using a Chart: Do Your Chores! Using a Chart: Do Your Chores! Kids completing this third grade math worksheet use a chart to compare data and solve addition problems.
Multiplication Color by Number: Parrot 3 Multiplication Color by Number: Parrot 3 Doubling as a color by number coloring page, this cheerful 3rd grade math worksheet makes learning multiplication tables fun!
Can your third grader do multiplication and count coins of different values? How about division or reading charts? These key third grade math skills need practice.Try our challenging math worksheets designed specifically to keep third graders excited about age appropriate subject matter. Third grade multiplication worksheets are particularly important for skills practice at this age.

Tips for Tutoring 3rd Grade Mathematicians

Third grade math worksheets are a great resource for students, but kids that need a little more help might want assistance from an adult too. Try these tips to help your child improve math skills and gain confidence with the subject:

  • Try working through a few problems in these third grade math worksheets with your child to show him how to solve each equation.
  • Let your child attempt the problem first before showing him how you would solve the equation. Make sure to work through each step slowly, and give your child a moment to think about each step before moving on.
  • 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.
  • Once you've reviewed a concept and solved a problem together, have your child attempt the next exercise with your supervision. Praise your child as he works through the problem, and ask questions to guide him if necessary.
  • If your child needs additional help, be persistent and continue to work through problems together. Learning a new mathematic concept can be hard, but with consistency and some 3rd grade math practice, your student can become an expert in no time.
  • Don't forget that there are a bunch of math worksheets for 3rd graders available, so you can always move on to a new page for extra practice and reinforcement.