# 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!

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Comparing Capacities | Customary Units

Compare the capacities of different containers denoted in customary units and write the symbols >, <, or = in the boxes.

Choosing Object that is Closest to the Given Weight

Circle the correct object whose weight matches the weight given in kilograms or grams in the problem.

Measuring the Lengths of the Bars | 1/16 Increments

Take measurement learning to the next level by measuring the length of the bar to the nearest one-sixteenth of an inch by using the ruler.

Reading Thermometers in Celsius | -50° to 50°

Read the Celsius temperature shown on the thermometer by observing the mercury level and record the temperature.

Conversion between Cups and Pints

Complete the conversion of equivalent liquid measures in cups and pints by converting between the units.

Balance the Scales | Customary Units

Find the unknown weight in customary unit to make the scales balance.

Conversion between Liters and Milliliters | Measuring Jug

This resource features measuring jugs with their capacities in ml and L. Multiply or divide by 1000 to find the equivalent capacity.

Reading Measuring Jugs | 2 Liters

Explore the concept of capacity by observing the level of liquid and reading the scales on the measuring jug. Record the precise measurement.

Reading a Tape Measure | 1/16 Increments

Measure the length of each long bar with a tape measure given in increments of 1/16 inch and become a pro in measurement.

Estimating Object Weight | Metric Units

Observe the object and predict the weight of the object in metric measurements by choosing the best weight estimate.