# Free printable 3rd grade math worksheets

3rd grade is when students get even more involved with math, specifically starting to work more on multiplication and division skills. In this post, we have an addition worksheet, as well as simple multiplication and division problems.

Do you need more 3rd grade worksheets to help your kid improve their math skills? Check out this post! If your kid is having difficulty with multiplication, or just wants to look at all of the numbers together, check out these multiplication tables.

We also know that as kids get further along in school, worksheets tend to get a bit boring, as images are removed and more problems are added. We want to help with that! Here are some multiplication games that you can play with your child. These games make math fun, and allow them to work on their skills in a different way.

## Adding three numbers worksheet

As kids get older, they will learn to do more and more complicated math in their head. A good way to start teaching this is to have them do multiple functions at the same time. In this worksheet, students will have to add three numbers at one time.

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## 2x and 3x multiplication

By 3rd grade, students should be working on their multiplication skills as well! Multiplication can be seen as repeated addition, which is helpful for students who have already perfected their adding skills! 6 x 3 is simply 6 + 6 + 6. This way of looking at multiplication can be really useful, especially with simple equations like multiplying by 2 and 3.

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## Multiplication sentences

This worksheet is a visual way to look at multiplication sentences. Have your student count the circles, and look at the rows and columns to see if they can figure out the multiplication sentence.

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## Simple division

Simple division is also important for third graders! It’s important to look at this as the opposite of multiplication, or a form of repeated subtraction. For example, in the first problem here, 21 is divided by 3. If you subtract 3 from 21 seven times, you end up with 0. This means that 21 divided by 3 is 7.

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If you want to see more about what math skills students should be learning in 3rd grade, check out this post by Khan Academy.

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