Four Operations Maths Homework For Year 3

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Free Printable Math Worksheets for Grade 3

This is a comprehensive collection of math worksheets for grade 3, organized by topics such as addition, subtraction, mental math, regrouping, place value, multiplication, division, clock, money, measuring, and geometry. They are randomly generated, printable from your browser, and include the answer key. The worksheets support any third grade math program, but pair well with the Grade 3 IXL Math Workbook.

The worksheets are randomly generated each time you click on the links below. You can also get a new, different one just by refreshing the page in your browser (press F5).

You can print them directly from your browser window, but first check how it looks like in the "Print Preview". If the worksheet does not fit the page, adjust the margins, header, and footer in the Page Setup settings of your browser. Another option is to adjust the "scale" to 95% or 90% in the Print Preview. Some browsers and printers have "Print to fit" option, which will automatically scale the worksheet to fit the printable area.

All worksheets come with an answer key placed on the 2nd page of the file.


Mental addition





Add in columns


Mental Subtraction


Subtract in columns

If you wish for a smaller font size, more problems, more or less space, etc. just generate the worksheets yourself!





Order of operations


Place Value




Roman Numerals


Clock


Money - counting coins

  • Pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters - max $2.00
  • Pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters - max $5.00
  • Pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, and half-dollars - max $5.00
  • Pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, and half-dollars - max $5.00, shown in random order
  • Pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, and half-dollars - max $10.00

  • The four common coins plus $1 and $5 bills - medium
  • All 5 coins plus $1, $5, and $10 bills, shown in order
  • All 5 coins plus $1, $5, and $10 bills, shown in random order


Use these pages to make worksheets for other currencies:


Mental multiplication

I believe in a method I call structured drilling of the multiplication tables. It is not random at first, but students practice the tables based on the patterns in the tables — and (VERY IMPORTANT) they practice the tables "backwards" also. Worksheets can be used for random drilling after the initial stage of structured drilling.

  • Skip-count by 2, starting from 2
  • Skip-count by 3, starting from 3
  • Skip-count by 4, starting from 4
  • Skip-count by 5, starting from 5
  • Skip-count by 6, starting from 6
  • Skip-count by 7, starting from 7
  • Skip-count by 8, starting from 8
  • Skip-count by 9, starting from 9

  • Multiplication tables of 2 and 3
  • Multiplication tables of 5 and 10
  • Multiplication tables of 4 and 6
  • Multiplication tables of 7 and 8
  • Multiplication tables of 9 and 3
  • Multiplication tables of 7, 8, and 9

  • Tables 2-5 practice
  • Tables 6-9 practice
  • Tables 2-10 practice
  • Tables 2-12 practice

  • Multiplication tables 2-10, missing factor
  • Multiplication tables 2-12, missing factor

  • Multiply whole tens by single-digit numbers
  • Multiply by whole tens, missing factor

Please see also the video below, which explains the "structured drill" method for learning the multiplication tables.


Mental division




Geometry

Make area/perimeter worksheets yourself


Measuring units

Converting between measuring units is not included in the Common Core Standards for 3rd grade, so these are completely optional.



Metric units


Fractions

The worksheets for changing mixed numbers to fractions or vice versa are optional, as it is not required the student be able to do these in 3rd grade without a visual model.




If you wish to have more control on the options such as number of problems or font size or spacing of problems, or range of numbers, just click on these links to use the worksheet generators yourself:


Mixed Operations Math Worksheets Sub-Topics


Welcome to the mixed operations worksheets page at Math-Drills.com where getting mixed up is part of the fun! This page includes Mixed operations math worksheets with addition, subtraction, multiplication and division and worksheets for order of operations. We've started off this page by mixing up all four operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division because that might be what you are looking for. If you're looking for something a little more specific, just scroll down to find the mixed addition/subtraction worksheets, mixed addition/subtraction/multiplication worksheets and the mixed multiplication/division worksheets.

Once students are fairly comfortable with worksheets that only challenge them to use one operation, they might get slightly complacent about paying attention to the operation being used. This is where mixed operations worksheets help; they encourage students to notice and use the correct operation. Observation skills related to operational signs, we have found, are quite beneficial to student achievement in mathematics. They are also beneficial when calculating how much material is needed to pave a road. Don't leave your students short! Get them noticing the signs today!

Most Popular Mixed Operations Worksheets this Week


Addition and Subtraction Worksheets

Math worksheets that include mixed addition and subtraction pages with one operation per question.

Whether you're trying to teach the relationship between addition and subtraction, you're testing a student's mastery of their addition and subtraction facts, or you want some practice worksheets to turn your student into a future engineer, these addition and subtraction worksheets have what you need.

Multiplication and Division Worksheets

Math worksheets that include mixed multiplication and division pages with one operation per question.

These multiplication and division worksheets are useful for students to see the relationship between multiplication and division. Working backwards from multiplication facts to division facts is a valuable skill to have for any student.

The Euro format versions are made to fit on A4 paper and use a colon instead of an obelus for the division sign and a dot instead of an x for the multiplication sign.

Addition, Subtraction and Multiplication Worksheets

Math worksheets that include mixed addition, subtraction and multiplication with one operation per question.

Sometimes division is that one extra little step that students haven't quite mastered, so the following worksheets exclude divsion. Whether you are differentiating the learning in your classroom or want something for the whole group, you will probably find it here.

The Euro format versions are made to fit on A4 paper and use a dot instead of an x for the multiplication sign.

All Operations Worksheets

Math worksheets that include mixed addition, subtraction, multiplication and division pages with one operation per question.

Time to mix it up! We have included a mixture of multiple operations worksheets for many different levels. Choose the one that is most appropriate for your student.

The Euro format versions are made to fit on A4 paper and use a colon instead of an obelus for the division sign and a dot instead of an x for the multiplication sign.

Input/Output Tables

Input/output tables with individual and mixed operations.

Order of Operations

Order of operations worksheets with positive integers that include more than one type of operation per question that must be completed in the correct order.

Elementary and middle school students generally use the acronyms PEMDAS or BEDMAS to help them remember the order in which they complete multi-operation questions. The 'P' or 'B' in the acronym stands for parentheses or brackets. All operations within brackets get completed first. The 'E' refers to any exponents; all exponents are calculated after the parentheses. The 'M' and 'D' are interchangeable as one completes the multiplication and division in the order that they appear from left to right. The fourth and final step is to solve for the addition and subtraction in the order that they appear from left to right.

More recently, students are being taught the acronym, PEMA, for order of operations, to avoid the confusion inherent in the other acronyms. For example, in PEMDAS, multiplication comes before division which some people incorrectly assumes means that multiplication must be done before division in an order of operations question. In fact, the two operations are completed in the order that they occur from left to right in the question. This is recognized in PEMA which more correctly shows that there are four levels to complete in an order of operations question.

Unless you want your students doing something different than the rest of the world, it would be a good idea to get them to understand these rules. There is no discovery or exploration needed here. These are rules that need to be learned and practiced and have been accepted as the standard approach to solving any multi-step mathematics problem.

Operations in Other Base Number Systems

Adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing numbers in number systems other than decimal numbers including binary, quaternary, octal, duodecimal and hexadecimal numbers.

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