Third Grade Place Value Worksheets and Printables

Your third grader will love helping ones, hundreds, and thousands find there place with these place value worksheets that make math fun. Cute cartoons and the opportunity to color-by-number as well as explain their reasoning via writing keep your eight-year-old interested and entertained as they prepare for math class. Advanced third graders may enjoy our fourth grade place value worksheets as well!
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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.
Rounding: Round 'Em Up! Rounding: Round 'Em Up! "Five or more, raise the score. Four or less, let it rest."
Rounding: Magical Math! Rounding: Magical Math! Sometimes it's important to calculate numbers exactly.
Place Value: What's the Value? Place Value: What's the Value? Ten thousands, thousands, hundreds, tens, or ones: Each numeral on this third grade math worksheet has its place.
Math Review Math Review Covering a variety of math concepts, this worksheet is perfect for kids studying for a big math test or looking for a general math review.
Let's Go Rounding! Let's Go Rounding! All right, partners, it's time to round up some numbers.
Rounding Color by Number: Sea Turtle and Sea Stars Rounding Color by Number: Sea Turtle and Sea Stars Teach your child how to round to the nearest hundred the fun way with this sea-themed worksheet featuring a swimming sea turtle and some sea stars.
Underwater Rounding to the Nearest Hundred Underwater Rounding to the Nearest Hundred This watery worksheet is the perfect way to teach your child how to round to the nearest hundred.
Round 'Em Up Round 'Em Up This two-part worksheet gives your child practice in number rounding skills.
Your third grader will love helping ones, hundreds, and thousands find there place with these place value worksheets that make math fun. Cute cartoons and the opportunity to color-by-number as well as explain their reasoning via writing keep your eight-year-old interested and entertained as they prepare for math class. Advanced third graders may enjoy our fourth grade place value worksheets as well!