Third Grade Math Worksheets
Thirdgrade math instruction is focused on the following areas: developing an understanding of multiplication and division and strategies for multiplication and division within 100; developing an understanding of fractions, especially unit fractions (fractions with numerator 1); developing an understanding of the structure of rectangular arrays and of area; describing and analyzing twodimensional shapes.
The best way to ensure your students fully grasp the math concepts they'll need to successfully progress in their education is to practice as much as possible. The worksheets, puzzles, games, and other resources available here are the perfect solution for parents and teachers who want to provide their third graders with the tools they need to understand and excel in thirdgrade math.
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New Math Worksheets for Third Graders Each Month
3rd Grade Math and Critical Thinking Worksheets
Math Assessments and Hybrid AI Learning:
Place Value and Large Numbers
Numbers to 1,000 (easier)
Addition (easier)
Subtraction (easier)
Time and Clocks (easier)
Mental Math
Fractions Challenge
Whole Numbers and Place Value
Addition
Multiply 6,7
Multiply 8,9
Introduction to Money
Clocks and Time
Subtraction
Money Challenge (difficult)
Multiplication
Division (easier)
Fractions (easier)
Division
Fractions
Math Workbooks for Third Graders following Common Core Standards:
Chapter 1: Numbers to 10,000
Place Value (challenge pages)
Chapter 2: Mental Math and Estimation
Using Bar Models: Addition and Subtraction
Cumulative Review (Chapters 12)
Chapter 3: Addition Up to 10,000
Chapter 4: Subtraction Up to 10,000
Multiplication and Division (Introduction)
Cumulative Review (Chapters 34)
Sept/Oct Math Review (3rd grade)
Math Review of Chapters 14 (No Sept/Oct Pages)
Chapter 5: Using Bar Models: Addition and Subtraction
Chapter 6: Multiplication and Mental Math
Tables and Line Graphs
Cumulative Review (Chapters 56)
MidYear Math Review
Chapter 7: Multiplication (with one factor being larger than one digit)
Nov/Dec Math Review
Chapter 8: Division
Number Theory (challenge pages)
Multiplication and Division (challenge pages)
Fractions and Mixed Numbers (challenge pages)
Chapter 9: Using a Bar Model: Multiplication and Division
Third Quarter Review (Chapters 19)
Chapter 10: Money
Chapter 11: Metric Length, Mass, and Volume
Chapter 12: RealWorld Problems: Measurement
Chapter 13: Bar Graphs and Line Plots
Chapter 14: Fractions
Chapter 15: Customary Length, Weight, and Capacity
Chapter 16: Time and Temperature
Chapter 17: Angles and Lines
Chapter 18: TwoDimensional Shapes
Chapter 19: Area and Perimeter
Geometry Workbooks for 3rd grade:
Geometry Chapter 1: Polygons

Math Assessments and Hybrid AI Learning (3rd grade)

This Week's Math Review Book for Third Graders  Updated Each Week

Third Grade Math Minutes

Math Problem of the day  Robot helps kids answer a challenging question.

3rd grade Monthly Math Challenge Book

Third Grade Math Puzzle Worksheets

Third Grade Mad Minute Timed Math Drill Worksheets

Third Grade Coding for Kids with Math

This Week's Reading and Math Book for Third Graders

Mental Math Practice Problems

Third Grade Math Assessment Practice PDF Pages

Addition Mixed Math PDF Book

Assessment Mixed Math PDF Book

Data Mixed Math PDF Book

Division Mixed Math PDF Book

Enrichment Mixed Math PDF Book

Fractions Mixed Math PDF Book

Mad Minute Timed Math Drills Mixed Math PDF Book

Math Challenges  Puzzles and Brain Teasers Mixed Math PDF Book

Math Facts Practice Mixed Math PDF Book

Math Minutes Mixed Math PDF Book

Measurement Mixed Math PDF Book

Mental Math Mixed Math PDF Book

Money Math Mixed Math PDF Book

Multiplication Mixed Math PDF Book

Number Sense Mixed Math PDF Book

Patterns Mixed Math PDF Book

Place Value Mixed Math PDF Book

Read and Math Mixed Math PDF Book

Rounding Mixed Math PDF Book

Subtraction Mixed Math PDF Book

Word Problems Mixed Math PDF Book
ThirdGrade Math Curriculum: What Students Will Learn
In third grade, students will be expected to know addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts and use them in equations and word problems. Thirdgraders should know how to place values for numbers up to six digits, read and write large numbers, and round and compare numbers. They should understand equivalent fractions and be able to compare fractions.
In addition, thirdgraders should know how to round decimals to the onehundredth place, recognize and write patterns, add fourdigit numbers, and do mental addition and subtraction. They should use number lines, know how to subtract with regrouping, read and make graphs, and recognize twodimensional shapes.
That may seem like a lot of math facts for a thirdgrader to master! The major concepts of thirdgrade math curriculum are number theory and systems, algebraic thinking, geometrical figures and objects, measurement of length, weight, time, and temperature, probability, and data analysis. The path to mastering math can be fraught with challenges, and third grade can be especially challenging, as many new and complicated math theories are introduced.