# 3rd Grade Math Worksheets

Teeming with adequate practice materials, the printable 3rd grade math worksheets with answer keys should be your pick if developing an understanding of multiplication and division within 100, using place value to round numbers, working with fractions, solving problems involving measurement and estimation of intervals of time, liquid volumes, and masses of objects, getting acquainted with the concepts of area and perimeter, representing and interpreting data and the like are on your mind. Count on our free grade 3 math worksheets to kick start your journey!

## Select Grade 3 Math Worksheets by Topic

Explore 600+ Third Grade Area and Perimeter Worksheets

Count the Squares to Find the Area

Count the unit squares in each shaded area in the grid to compute the area of the given shape.

Perimeter of squares never fails to intrigue learners. Just plug in the side of the square represented by integers in the formula P = 4a.

Area of Squares | Integers - Type 1

Gain expertise in calculating the area of a square by substituting the side of the square in the formula A = a^{2}.

Draw Shapes for the given Perimeter using Grids

Familiarize yourself with the concept of perimeter by drawing any shape on the grid using the specified perimeter.

Add the length and width of the rectangle, all of which are integers, and multiply by 2 to obtain the perimeter.

Gain fluency in calculating the area of rectangles with this set of problems. Multiply the length by the width to arrive at the answer.

Word Problems on Area of Rectangles

Providing measurements of different rectangular areas, these simple word problems are perfect to apply your math knowledge.

Perimeter of a Triangle | Integers - Type 1

Get ready to practice perimeter of triangles by adding up all the sides of the triangle given as integers.

Calculate the distance around all four sides of a parallelogram by adding the base and side and multiplying by 2.

Perimeter of Trapezoids | Find the Base or Leg

Find the missing base or leg of the trapezoid by subtracting the sum of three sides from the given perimeter.

Find the Side Length of the Rhombus using Perimeter

As all the four sides of the rhombus are equal, divide the perimeter by 4 to find the side length of the rhombus.

Stretch your math knowledge with this geometry resource. Work out the perimeter of the kite by adding up the non-congruent sides and multiply by 2.

Area of Rectilinear Figures (L-shapes)

Split the rectilinear figure into two rectangles, figure out the dimensions, find the areas of the rectangles, and add them together.

Perimeter of Quadrilaterals | Integers - Type 1

This compilation requires learners to find the perimeter of a variety of quadrilaterals like rectangles, squares, parallelograms, and more.

Practice finding the perimeter of regular and irregular polygons by adding up all sides of the figure.