The 3rd grade math worksheet page offers a host of unique content that teachers can utilize for their students. This page offers fun, colorful worksheets for students to practice the concepts they are taught in class. Here, you can find worksheets that support the development of addition, algebra, division, fractions, geometry, money, multiplication, numbers, subtraction, and elapsed time skills. Each of these subsections takes learning a step further than the 2nd grade math page, and are specifically geared towards students in that age bracket with an emphasis on ensuring that students are capable of mastering each particular skill through practice and exposure. In the addition section, students begin adding 3, 4, and 5-digit numbers, complete matching and word problems, puzzles and circle drills, adding fractions, fact families, input-output tables, regrouping, and drills, as well as fun puzzles and games that involve addition such as sudoku. 3rd grade also marks the beginning of algebra. In this section, you can find sheets on basic algebraic equations and expressions among addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division; algebraic inequalities; and algebra word problems. You can also find worksheets that support division, which include circle and table drills, long division problems, division word problems, and dividing fractions. Similarly, below this, you can find work on fractions: equivalent fractions, comparing fractions and proper fractions, understanding improper fractions, understanding grids as fractions, converting decimal percentages into fractions and fractions into decimals, converting improper fractions, finding the percentages of numbers, and simplifying fractions. The page also introduces students to 3rd grade geometry. Here, you can find worksheets on understanding types of angles, capacity units, cartesian coordinates, how to read a thermometer, how to find the circumference of a circle, how to find the area of a circle, how to classify and measure angles, converting feet into meters and meters to feet, counting cubes, reading bar graphs, identifying polygons, converting back and forth amid the metric system, temperature conversion, and weight conversion. Using these worksheets, you can also teach your students monetary conversions such as understanding the values of coins and adding them together, money word problems, and shopping problems. Through these worksheets, students are also exposed to a variety of multiplication practice problems. There are worksheets on fraction multiplication, drills, fact families, input-output charts, multiplication by 1 and 2 digits, 3- and 3-digit numbers, 3 and 2 digits, as well as 2 and 2 digits, along with word problems. Students may also identify odd and even numbers, largest and smallest numbers, compare decimals and numbers, find patterns and greatest common factors, and identify place value. There are also subtraction worksheets that offer skills practice in fraction subtraction, subtraction of multiple digits and 2 and 2, 2 and 3, 3 and 3, and 3 and 4 digits, regrouping, fact families, input-output tables, match-ups, and word problems. Finally, educators can find practice sheets that show students how to tell time and time conversion. These worksheets are helpful for all types of learners, allowing students to practice practical skills they may need in their life that they have learned in the classroom or homeschool setting. Many of the worksheets also include pictures for visual learners and fun games for those who prefer a hands-on, fun experience. All worksheets are freely accessible with answer sheet included, you are encouraged to link back to our website as you find this useful to your needs.