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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Picture Multiplication Picture Multiplication Count up the shapes to solve each multiplication equation!
3rd graders help these little birds join their feathered friend on the telephone wire by solving these multiplication problems.
Times Table Birds 3rd graders help these little birds join their feathered friend on the telephone wire by solving these multiplication problems.
Input Output Math Tables Input Output Math Tables Find the hidden rule in these puzzling math tables!
Make a Bar Graph: Bake Sale Make a Bar Graph: Bake Sale Debbie and Elizabeth need help counting their cookie sales!
Multiplication Word Problems: Zoo Multiplication Word Problems: Zoo With this zany, zoological multiplication worksheet, your child can practice finding numbers in word problems to solve simple one and two-digit multiplication problems.
Math Puzzles Math Puzzles Calling all Sudoku and Ken Ken buffs! These math puzzles are tricky, but are a fun and simpler spin-off of the popular Ken Ken puzzle.
Pictogram Puzzles Pictogram Puzzles Tickle your brain cells with some fun pictogram puzzles, commonly known as Rebus puzzles.
Take a swing at math practice with baseball addition! Your child will get to practice his addition facts (simple one-digit addition problems). Memorizing these addition facts will help him excel in more advanced math later on.
Baseball Addition Take a swing at math practice with baseball addition!
The fraction practice offered in this set of worksheets will help build a strong foundation in math skills. Kids will color in fractions, add them, and subtract them, as well as decide which fractions are greatest, least or equivalent. Understanding fractions is an essential math skill for third graders to master, and when it comes to math, practice makes perfect.
Fraction Practice The fraction practice offered in this set of worksheets will help build a strong foundation in math skills.
Silly Seahorse Multiplication Practice Silly Seahorse Multiplication Practice This worksheet is a great way for your kid to practice multiplying by multiples of ten.
October 31 is just around the corner ... and what better way to celebrate than with spooky math? These Halloween multiplication and division worksheets are so festive, they'll inspire even the most reluctant math students to take a crack at their times tables.
16 Halloween Multiplication and Division Worksheets October 31 is just around the corner ... and what better way to celebrate than with spooky math?
Rebus Puzzles for Kids Rebus Puzzles for Kids Think outside the box to solve these Rebus puzzles, a fun way to get kids to hone their logic and reasoning skills.
How to do the Lattice Method How to do the Lattice Method Here's a good way to help your visual learner with math.
Multiplication Strategy Multiplication Strategy Need a helpful strategy for multiplication?
9 Times Table Trick 9 Times Table Trick There are many tricks and strategies for multiplying by 9.
Dot Puzzle Dot Puzzle Are you ready for a connect-the-dots challenge?
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.

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