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3rd grade number worksheet will help the kids to practice the questions on numbers.

1. Fill in the blanks:

(i) January is the month of the year, December is the ____________ month of the year.

(ii) Monday is the 2nd day of the week, Friday is the ____________ day of the week.

(iii) The greatest number of 1 digit is ____________.

(iv) The smallest number of two digits is _________________ and three digits is ____________.

(v) The greatest number of three digits is ____________ and the smallest number of four digits is
____________.

2. Write in words:

(ix) 74 (x) 872

3. Write in numerals:

(i) Nine hundred and thirty nine (ii) Seven hundred and seven

(iii) Five hundred and sixty five (iv) Three hundred and seventy three

(v) One hundred and nineteen (vi) Two hundred and eighty six

(vii) Four hundred and twenty nine (viii) Six hundred and twenty

(ix) Seventy seven (x) Eight hundred and fifty nine

4. Write the numbers that come after the following numbers:

(xv) 1000

(iii) 460 (iv) 215

(v) 738

7. These are the expanded form of some numbers. Write numbers in short form:

(i) 900 + 90 + 7 (ii) 600 + 0 + 5

(iii) 100 + 50 + 6 (iv) 400 + 40 + 4

(i) 10 is 1 more then ______ (ii) ______ is one less than 99

(iii) 999 is one less than ______ (iv) 371 is one more than ______

10. Arrange the following number in ascending order:

(i) 391, 182, 25, 489, 431 (ii) 527, 708, 107, 483, 96

(iii) 379, 793, 973, 937, 739 (iv) 318, 305, 372, 389, 343

(v) 999, 499, 599, 799, 399

In 3rd grade math arranging the numbers worksheet students need to arrange the numbers in ascending
order and descending order.

Numbers Number in ascending order

(i) 345, 195, 37, 489, 450 37, 195, 345, 450, 489

Numbers Number in descending order

(i) 378, 159, 231, 805, 763 805, 763, 378, 231, 159

(ix) 709, 116, 606, 426, 296 -----------------------

(x) 516, 615, 156, 249, 399 -----------------------

(ii) 345, 452, 532, 432, 523

3rd grade place value worksheet is a great resource to practice different types of questions. For a third
grader the questions are mainly based on 3-digits place value number.

5. Write the place value of 5 in the number 567.

6. (i) What is the between the place value and face value of 4 in the number 947?

(ii) Find the between the place values of both 5s in the number 575.

7. Write the place value of each digit in the given numbers:

(i) 138

(ii) 537.

(iii) 245

8. Write the place value and face value of 1 in the number 319?

9. Write the place value and face value of 8 in the number 842?

10. Write the place value and face value of 3 in the number 413?
Third grade math worksheet on addition properties is great for practicing and testing the knowledge of the
students on identifying the different properties.

1. Fill in the blanks:

(i) 64 + 53 = ? + 64

3. What is the additive element of a number?

4. Write true or false against the following statements:

(i) When zero is added to any number, the sum is the number.

(ii) When 1 is added to any number, the sum is reduced.

The activity provided in the third grade math worksheet on addition word problems is very important for
the kids. Students need to read the questions carefully and then translate the information to solve the
addition problem and find the answers of each word problems. The sheet provides large collection of word
problems using addition for the kids to practice and test their knowledge.

1. Ron bought a laptop for \$3875, an almirah for \$2570 and a watch for \$1825. How much did he spend in
all?

2. There are 365 males, 325 females and120 children in a town. Find the population of the town.

3. In a business Pam invests \$7500 and Rebecca \$2465. Find the total amount invested by both partners in

4. In an election a candidate got 1765 votes. The second candidate got 3470 votes and the third candidate

5. In the year 2002, 4291 boys and 3987 girls had appeared in an examination. Find the total number of
candidates that appeared for the examination.

6. A farmer produced 2180 kg of wheat in a year. The production of wheat for the second year and third
year was 1370 kg and 1825 kg respectively. Find his total production in all these three years.

7. A car was driven 945 km in March and 445 km in April. Over how much distance was the car driven in the
two months?

8. A fruit seller has 1172 apples, 1708 mangoes and 2245 oranges in his shop. Find the total number of
fruits in his shop.
The activity provided in the third grade math worksheet on subtraction word problems is very important for
the kids. Students need to read the questions carefully and then translate the information to solve the
subtraction problem and find the answers of each word problems. The sheet provides large collection of
word problems using subtraction for the kids to practice and test their knowledge.

1. Out of 8797 children of town, 6989 go to school. How many children do not go to school?

2. I had \$5000 with me. Out of it \$3585 was spent. Now how much money do I have?

3. There were 473 students in class V of a school. Out of them 461 passed and were promoted to the next
class. How many students did not get promoted?

4. Mike had \$4876 in his savings bank account. He withdrew \$1873. How much money does he have now in
his savings bank account?

8. By how much is 3162 less than 2526?

9. Sara earns \$6955 monthly as her salary. She saves \$1565 monthly. What is her monthly expenditure?

10. The cost of a television is \$ 7069 and that of a cycle is \$2359. By how much does the television cost
more than the cycle?

11. A cement merchant had 8436 bags of cement in his godown. He sold 3565 bags of cement. Now how
many bags are left in the godown?

12. A grain merchant had 9736 kilograms of wheat in his stock. He sold 6859 kilograms of wheat. How much
wheat has he in his stock now?

13. My father wants to buy a washing machine that costs \$8580. But he has only \$7560. How much more
money does he need?

14. Sam made a journey of 8473 km. Out of this, he covered 4253 km by train and the rest by car. How
many km did he cover by car?

15. The difference between two numbers is 1307. If the larger number is 9577, find the smaller one.
Third grade math worksheet on subtraction properties is great for practicing and testing the knowledge of
the students on identifying the different properties.

1. Select the greater number and subtract the smaller number from it:

(i) 56 45 = ?

(iii) 5556 4445 = ?

4. (i) The sum of two numbers is 588. If one of the numbers is 231, find the other.

6. Find two addition facts from each subtraction facts:

For example:
(i) 79 65 = 14.

For example:

65 + 14 = 79 and 14 + 65 = 79

7. Find two subtraction facts from each addition facts:

For example:

(i) 50 + 60 = 110.

Solution:

(v) 2216 + 2152 = 4368.

Practice different types of questions give in the 3rd grade math worksheet on Roman numerals and English
numerals. This sheet will help the kids to understand the questions and write the numerals to indicate the
Roman numerals in English numerals and vice versa.

1. Express the following English numerals in Roman numerals:

(i) 16 (v) 14

(ii) 31 (vi) 21

(iii) 19 (vii) 15

(iv) 37 (viii) 36

(i) X (v) XL

3. Write 4 numerals formed by the Roman digits using both I and V.

4. Form 5 numerals with the help of the Roman digits using I, V and X.

5. Which Roman digits are used twice or thrice to form numerals?

6. Which Roman digit is never written to the left of X to form a Roman numeral?

7. Match Roman numerals in column A with English numerals in column B:

Column A Column B

XVI 26

XXVI 16

XXX 17

XXXII 30

XVII 32

(ii) There is no sign for 0 in Roman numerals.

(iii) The value of XXXIX is 39.

(i) I

(ii) V

(iii) X

(iv) L

(i) 42

(ii) 27

(iii) 31

(iv) 100

(iii) seven

(iv) Eight hundred three

Third grade math worksheet on multiplication properties is great for practicing and testing the knowledge
of the students on identifying the different properties.

1. Use the order or commutative property of multiplication and fill in the blanks:

(ii) 832 5 = 5 ? (iv) ? 72 = 72 310

2. Use the grouping or associative property of multiplication and fill in the blanks:

6. What will be the product if any number is multiplied by 1?

7. 3 0 = 7 0 = 0 11 = 132 0 = ?

8. In 315 6, which number is the multiplier and which number is the multiplicand?

9. Find the product if multiplicand is 12 and multiplier is 5.

The activity provided in the third grade math worksheet on division word problems is very important for the
kids. Students need to read the questions carefully and then translate the information to solve the division
problem and find the answers of each word problems. The sheet provides large collection of word problems
using division for the kids to practice and test their knowledge.

1. 125 toffees were distributed equally among 25 boys. How many toffees did each boy get?

2. 675 grams of sweets were distributed among 9 children. How much sweet was given to each child?

3. One steel-plate weighs 30 gram. If the weight of some plates is 450 grams, find the number of plates.

4. The salary of a man of six months is \$9450. Find his monthly salary.

5. If 17 tables cost \$8245, what is the cost of one table?

6. 4 students can sit on a bench. How many benches are required for 4312 students?

7. A fruit-seller bought 6584 apples. He threw 8 rotten apples away and packed the remaining apples in 16

8. The product of two numbers is 1728. If one of the numbers is 48 then find the other number.

9. If a number when multiplied by 9 gave the product 3384, find the number.

10. There are 15 rows of equal number of soldiers. If all the soldiers are 375 in number. find how many
soldiers are there in each row.

11. If 12 pairs of shoes cost \$3888, what is the cost of each pair of shoes?

12. In a question on division the divisor is 48, quotient is 7 and remainder is 32. Find the dividend.

13. If dividend is 4893 and divisor is 14, find the quotient and remainder.

14. The distance between 8 pillars is 672 meters. Find the distance between two pillars.
Practice the questions given in the 3rd grade math worksheet on four basic operations. This sheet contains
addition, subtraction, multiplication and division problems. The questions will help us to find the sum,
difference, product and quotient using the four basic math fundamental operations.

(i) 406 + ? = 104 + 406 (iii) (25 + 28) + 105 = 25 + (28 + ?)

(ii) 1234 = 0 + ?

(ii) 546 - 178 = ?

4. Add 4765 and 3486 and subtract 5362 from the sum.

(ii) 6 1000 = ? (vi) 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 = 4 ?

8. The cost of a pen is \$15. Find the cost of 162 such pens.
9. Express the following repeated subtraction as division fact:

36 - 12 - 12 - 12 = 0

10. Write two division facts for 56 10 = 560.

11. Write two multiplication facts for the following division fact:

115 5 = 23

(v) 815 40

16. Divide the difference of 6012 and 1849 by 23.

17. 1350 toffees are distributed equally among 9 groups of children. How many toffees does each group
set?

18. How many days are there in 157 weeks?

19. Weight of 1 bag of rice is 95 kg. What is the weight of 103 bags?

20. A man walks at the speed of 8 km per hour. How much time does he take to cover 96 km?
Practice the questions given in the worksheet on knowing three-digit numbers. The questions are based on
numbers in words, numbers in figures, place value, expanded form, before number, after number and the
numbers that comes in between.

(i) 475

(ii) 606

(iii) 927

(iv) 333

(v) 714

(i) 498

(ii) 602

(iii) 393
(iv) 500

(v) 740

(vi) 888

5. Write the number for the following expansion:

(i) 400 + 30 + 7

(ii) 500 + 80

(iii) 100 + 10 + 1

(iv) 700 + 50

(v) 200 + 4

(vi) 500 + 60 + 8

(iii) 449 ______

(i) 395

(ii) 247

(iii) 186

(iv) 648

(v) 950

(vi) 752

(vii) 825

(viii) 411

(ix) 303

(iv) 7 in hundreds place, 0 in tens place, 9 in ones place

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on ordering three-digit numbers. The questions are based on
sequence of numbers, smallest & greatest numbers, ascending & descending order and forming numbers
using the digits.

(v) 809, _____, _____, _____, 813, 814, _____, _____.

2. Circle the smallest number and put a box around the greatest number:

(i) 482, 196, 523, 236

(ii) 549, 560, 592, 536

(iii) 742, 574, 678, 176

6. Write the greatest and the smallest number using the digits:

(i) 5, 2, 3

(ii) 0, 7, 8

(iii) 3, 1, 7

(iv) 4, 9, 0

(viii) 111 111 ____ 999 999

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on counting four digit numbers. The questions are based on
number in words and figures, face value, place value, forming numbers, difference between the place
values, sum of place values and counting numbers in ones, tens, hundreds & thousands.

(i) 4235

(ii) 3103

(iii) 5002

(iv) 9829

(v) 2460

(vi) 1013

(vii) 6075

(viii) 1108

3. Write the face value of the red colored digit:

(i) 8402

(ii) 6317

(iii) 9579

(iv) 4957

(v) 5017

(vi) 2195
4. Circle the digits in:

(i) 3259

(ii) 1324

(iii) 2053

(iv) 4529

(v) 5710

(vi) 8310

(i) In 8404
(ii) In 4534

(iii) In 4475

(iv) In 6441

(i) 7147

(ii) 9787

(iii) 6077

(iv) 5773

9. Mark the following on the number line counting in:

(i) Tens

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(ii) Hundreds

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(iii) Thousands

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(iv) Ones

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Practice the questions given in the worksheet on knowing four digit numbers. The questions are based on
expanded form of a number, short form of a number, successor & predecessor of a number, forming
greatest & smallest number, arranging in ascending or descending order and comparing numbers.

(i) 5371

(ii) 3603

(iii) 1080

(iv) 7091

(v) 6500

(ii) 2000 + 100 + 3

(iii) 7000 + 30 + 1

(v) 2000 + 4

(i) 3099

(ii) 7992

(iii) 5997

(iv) 2000

(v) 8889

(vi) 9089

4. Write the predecessor of the following:

(i) 3140

(ii) 8030

(iii) 1480

(iv) 4000
(v) 7001

(vi) 1111

5. Write the greatest and smallest four digit number using the following digits:

(i) 5, 3, 7, 0

(ii) 2, 3, 1, 5

(iii) 1, 6, 2, 3

(iv) 3, 0, 9, 0

(v) 8, 1, 3, 9

(vi) 5, 3, 1, 2

(vi) 4018 _____ 4810

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on knowing five digit numbers. The questions are based on
writing number names and in numerals, separating thousands period from ones period using commas and
finding the face value and place value of a number.

(i) 53570

(ii) 71420

(iii) 80010

(iv) 69950

(v) 98700

(vi) 40032

(vii) 10009

(viii) 30303

(i) 23487

(ii) 80635

(iii) 10007

(iv) 74205

(v) 62004
(vi) 50031

(vii) 10001

(viii) 21080

4. Fill in the blanks:

(i) 46378 has _____ hundreds _____ ten thousands _____ tens _____ ones _____ thousands.

(ii) 70510 has _____ ten _____ thousands _____ hundreds _____ ten thousands _____ ones.

5. Write the place value and the face value of the underlined digits:

(viii) 29,534 _____ _____

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on five digit numbers. The questions are based on writing the
numbers in short form & expanded form, regrouping the numbers and their place values, patterns of
numbers and identifying the place values.

(v) 90000 + 700 + 3

(vi) 50000 + 30 + 7

(i) 33001

(ii) 54420

(iii) 20127

(iv) 60011

(v) 40302

(vi) 10005

(vii) 70070

3. Regroup the following:

(i) 72 hundreds

(ii) 19 thousands

(iii) 95 thousands

(iv) 47 hundreds

(v) 11 hundreds

4. Write the following as ten thousands, thousands, hundreds, tens and ones:

(i) 25001
(ii) 62102

(iii) 50015

(iv) 10203

(v) 30007

(vi) 7 in tens place 31472 47932 54217 93870

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on ordering five digit numbers. The questions are based on
finding the smallest and the largest number, arranging the 5-digit numbers in ascending and in descending
order and comparing the 5-digit numbers using symbols.

(v) 10245, 10013, 10236, 11235

5. Fill in the blanks using >, < or = sign.

(x) 88888 _____ 70099

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on counting five digit numbers. The questions are based on
counting ones, tens, hundreds, thousands and ten thousands on a number line, number that comes before,
after and between, counting numbers and representing numbers on abacus.

(i) Tens

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(ii) Thousands

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(iii) Hundreds

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(iv) Ones

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(v) 45930 _______ 45932

3. Write the number just before:

5. Write the number which is:

(i) 10 more than 14008 is _______ (vii) 100 less than 94937 is _______

(ii) 10 more than 53489 is _______ (viii) 100 less than 16489 is _______

(iii) 10 less than 27999 is _______ (ix) 1000 more than 29930 is _______

(iv) 10 less than 79000 is _______ (x) 1000 more than 10059 is _______

(v) 100 more than 51087 is _______ (xi) 1000 less than 73483 is _______

(vi) 100 more than 89456 is _______ (xii) 1000 less than 10026 is _______

(i) 25904

(ii) 31007

(iii) 63430

(iv) 97300

(v) 10007

(vi) 99000