Third Grade Money Worksheets and Printables

Prepare your third grader for the adult world with these worksheets that teach them about currency and responsible spending. Make sure any allowance or chore money your child makes is made into a learning experience by having them build a budget or save up for something special, and supplement that lesson with these exercises that sneaks in arithmetic practice. More advanced students may enjoy our fifth grade money math worksheets.
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Count the Coins Count the Coins Kids can count coins in this money worksheet!
How Much Change? How Much Change? Understanding how to buy goods is a valuable skill.
Pocket Change: What's Left? Pocket Change: What's Left? Urge your child to flex his financial savvy in this money exercise.
School Shopping: Dividing Money School Shopping: Dividing Money Our dividing money worksheet sharpens your kid's division skills and lets him practice an important skill.
Money Word Scramble Money Word Scramble Give your word whiz a fun challenge with this word scramble puzzle.
Making Change at the Gift Shop Making Change at the Gift Shop Elsa uses a $5 bill to buy a $0.98 mug. On this third grade math worksheet, kids subtract to find out how much change Elsa and other shoppers will get back from their purchases.
3rd Grade Spelling Test: Money 3rd Grade Spelling Test: Money Combine dollars and cents with spelling sense in this 3rd grade spelling test that works with money-related sight words.
Math in the Movies Math in the Movies Third graders apply their money savvy as they complete word problems at the movies.
Making Change at the Pet Shop Making Change at the Pet Shop Jackie uses a $5 bill to buy a $2.95 dog bone.
Balancing a Checkbook Balancing a Checkbook Introduce your child to managing their personal finances by tracking Dori's debits and credits for this month.
Making Change at the Ballpark Making Change at the Ballpark Alex uses a $5 bill to buy a $0.65 bag of chips.
Rounding to the Nearest Thousand Rounding to the Nearest Thousand Help "Bucks" Baxter estimate how much money he has by rounding everything to the nearest thousand.
Summer Olympics Trip Planning Summer Olympics Trip Planning Put your child's math skills to use with this fun Summer Olympics trip planning activity.
At the Store: Multiplication Word Problems At the Store: Multiplication Word Problems Word problems are good at helping the concept of multiplication sink in.
Money Addition and Subtraction Money Addition and Subtraction Kids apply their money skills as they solve a slew of three-digit money problems, which also happen to be great decimal practice, too.
Rounding Money to the Nearest Ten Dollars Rounding Money to the Nearest Ten Dollars Challenge your student with this worksheet about rounding money to the nearest ten dollars.
Prepare your third grader for the adult world with these worksheets that teach them about currency and responsible spending. Make sure any allowance or chore money your child makes is made into a learning experience by having them build a budget or save up for something special, and supplement that lesson with these exercises that sneaks in arithmetic practice. More advanced students may enjoy our fifth grade money math worksheets.