# 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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Explore 1,000+ Third Grade Multiplication and Division Worksheets

Count the items in the picture, and multiply it with the indicated number of items offered as single-digit whole numbers.

Multiplying Whole Numbers up to 10

Implement the multiplication tables 1 to 10, and find the product of numbers 1 to 10 rendered in columns.

Horizontal Multiplication Drill | Factors up to 10

Solve 50 problems per page on multiplying whole numbers up to 10 and assess yourself.

Single-Digit Multiplication Word Problems

Read each word problem, pick out the multiplier and multiplicand, and perform the operation.

Division Models | Equal Groups

Count the items in each group, find the total number of groups and items, frame the division sentence, and grasp the operation.

Representing Division in 3 Models | Activity

Represent the indicated division expressions as equal groups, model them using arrays, and also show them on number lines.

Drawing Hops on the Number Line Models

Relate divisors to intervals, dividends to endpoints, quotients to the number of hops; indicate hops; complete division sentences.

Writing Division Sentences | Arrays

Take the objects in rows or columns as the divisor, and total as the dividend; write a division sentence to describe each array.

Division by Single-Digit Divisors Standard

Divide single-digit and two-digit numbers by single-digit divisors, and write the quotient in the space provided.

Perform division of the given price by the total number of items to arrive at the price of each item or the unit price.

Visualize the splitting, sharing, distribution, etc., stated in the word problems, identify the dividend and divisor, and solve.

Apply the indicated rule over the numbers in the 'in' boxes; divide and fill in the 'out' boxes with the quotients.

Completing Multiplication Equations | Number Lines

Observe the intervals, endpoints, and hops on the number line, and fill in with the missing multiplier, multiplicand, or product.

Multiplication and Division Fact Families

Fill in with the missing numbers in such a way that the two-digit number atop each family serves both as a product and dividend.

Partially-Filled Multiplication Charts

Multiply the numbers in the first column by those in the first row, and write the product in the appropriate empty cell.