# 3RD GRADE MATH WORKSHEETS/TEST PREP | Skills-Boosting, Scaffolded Savings Bundle

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**NEW BUNDLE. Boost math achievement rates in your class with this 17-unit bundle, consisting of 160 scaffolded worksheets with 850+ math problems that cover ALL third grade Common Core State Standards. All worksheets are Easel Activities enabled and formatted for online distance learning. **Use these math drills to teach and reinforce the fundamentals, or as test prep.

At the top of each printable is a skills-focused mini-lesson followed by several Common Core designed, simulated test questions (including two/multi-part and open response). Worksheets contain tips to guide students, allowing you more time to work with struggling students (drills can also be printed without scaffolding).

**Save 20% with this bundle, plus get Area & Perimeter City Trucks: A Fun, Math & Paper Craft Activity as a free bonus! **

**THIS GRADE 3 MATH BUNDLE INCLUDES:**

- 160 practice worksheets, with 850+ skills-boosting math problems
- Digitally enabled (Easel Activities) worksheets
- Mini-lessons at the top of each drill, with tips & scaffolding that teach students
- Unassisted versions without tips & scaffolding, plus answer keys
**Free bonus: Area & Perimeter City Trucks: A Fun, Math & Paper Craft Activity**(listed as a item in the bundle so that the Easel Activities version can be accessed, but rest assured-- the free discount is priced in ;)

⭐ **For educators teaching under a blended, hybrid or distance learning model: **

- Print the PDF version for self-guided, independent work at school or home
- Assign the Easel Activities version via Google Classroom (or any LMS) for online work

**BASED ON STANDARDIZED TESTS, INCLUDING:**

- Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC)
- Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC)
- State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) Program / TEKS
- Florida Standards Assessments (FSA)
- New York State (NYS) Testing Program
- North Carolina READY End-of-Grade (EOG) Assessment
- Pennsylvania System of School Assessment (PSSA)
- Georgia Milestones Assessment System (GMAS)
- Virginia Standards of Learning (VA SOL)
- Arizona AZM2

**USEFUL IN SO MANY WAYS!**

All drills take 10 - 15 minutes to complete, and terrific for third grade math:

- Mini-lessons
- Guided or independent practice
- Test prep (includes effective test-taking strategies)
- Intervention groups / small group remediation / RTI
- Small group or pod work
- Partner work / buddy work
- Morning work
- Do now / bell ringers / warm-ups
- Homework
- Review (worksheets)
- Exit slips/tickets to assess mastery
- Math centers/stations
- Math word problems practice
- Early finishers work
- After school programs & tutoring
- Learning packets for independent work during anticipated school closings / snow days
- Winter, spring or summer vacation math packets
- Homeschool lessons
- Summer school programs/summer bridge activities
- Substitute teacher lesson plans
- Substitute teacher activities/worksheets
- Absent student make up work

***Also useful for 4th grade review and remedial work for 5th grade students*

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**COVERS ALL COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS FOR GRADE 3**

**1. Multiplication & Division Bundle (4 units) **

- Introduction to multiplication via repeated addition & arrays
- Introduction to division
- Using number stories to describe multiplication expressions
- Using number stories to describe division expressions
- Using number expressions to represent multiplication & division stories
- Introduction to multiplication word problems & key words*
- Introduction to division word problems & key words*
- Review of multiplication & division word problems*
- Finding the products & quotients of equations
- Multiplying one-digit whole numbers by multiples of 10
- Introduction to multiplication & division fact families
- Finding the missing factor in a multiplication equation
- Finding the missing dividend or divisor in a division equation
- Identity & commutative properties of multiplication
- Associative property of multiplication
- Introduction to the distributive property of multiplication
- Solving word problems using the distributive property of multiplication

**One-step word problems only. *

**2. Two-Step Word Problem Unit**

Lessons include learning when to:

- Add + Subtract
- Multiply + Subtract
- Multiply + Add
- Divide + Add/Subtract/Multiply/Divide
- Representing 2-step problems using equations with letters that stand for an unknown quantity

**3. Arithmetic Patterns & Odd/Even Numbers Unit **

- Identifying & describing a number pattern
- Finding the missing numbers in an arithmetic pattern
- What’s the rule? Identifying the relationship between numbers in a table
- Matching arithmetic pattern descriptions with the correct number table
- Identifying odd/even numbers & respective properties (e.g. even x odd = even, odd x odd = odd, etc.)

**4. Place Value Unit **

- Breaking down numbers in standard form into expanded & written forms
- Converting into standard form: numbers in written word & expanded forms, and base ten blocks and
- Comparing & ordering numbers based on place value (greater than/less than, greatest/least)
- Creating the greatest & least numerical values using specific digits once

**5. Rounding to the Nearest 10, 100, 1000 & Dollar Unit**

- Rounding to the nearest tens (10) place, plus word problems
- Rounding to the nearest hundreds (100) place, plus word problems
- Rounding to the nearest thousands ( 1,000) place, plus word problems
- Rounding to the nearest dollar, plus word problems

**6. Addition & Subtraction Unit **

- Adding & subtracting 3-digit numbers, involving regrouping & borrowing
- Using fact families, parts & total diagrams and subtraction to find an unknown number
- Using addition & subtraction keywords to help solve one & two-step word problems

**7. Fractions Unit **

- Introduction to fractions
- Using fractions to describe whole objects split into equal parts
- Using fractions to describe parts of a collection or set
- Using fractions to describe more than one whole
- Identifying equivalent fractions using visual models
- Finding equivalent fractions by multiplying & dividing
- Comparing fractions using visual models
- Comparing fractions without visual models
- Adding & subtracting fractions

**8. Fractions on a Number Line Unit**

- Introduction to representing fractions on a number line
- Naming fraction lengths & intervals on a number line
- Representing fractions on a number line and partitioning it into equal parts, between 0 & 1
- Finding equivalent fractions by re-partitioning number lines
- Recognizing fractions equivalent to whole numbers on a number line

**9. Telling Time Unit**

- Telling time to the nearest minute
- Telling time with words (e.g. quarter to, quarter & half past) + counting by the quarter hour
- Measuring time intervals to
*find elapsed time* - Adding time intervals in minutes to
*find end times* - Subtracting time intervals in minutes to
*find start times*

**10. Measuring Mass, Capacity & Length Unit **

- Introduction to measuring mass & liquid volume
- Measuring mass & solving mass word problems (grams & kilograms)
- Measuring liquid volume & solving related word problems (milliliters & liters)
- Measuring length using rulers marked with halves & fourths of an inch

**11. Bar Graph, Picture Graphs, Line Plots & Tally Charts**

- Introduction to bar graphs
- Matching number tables & other data to bar graphs
- Review: Paying attention to a bar graph’s scale
- Working with horizontal bar graphs
- Creating a bar graph
- Working with frequency tables (tally charts)
- Introduction to pictographs
- Matching data to pictographs
- Creating a pictograph
- Introduction to line plots
- Matching measurements to line plots

**12. Finding the Area Unit**

- Finding area by counting square units
- Finding area of rectangular & square figures by multiplying
- Finding area of rectilinear figures using area models & number expressions
- Showing area of rectangle with side lengths a and (b + c) = (a x b) + (a x c)
- Finding area of rectilinear figures with unknown side lengths
- Exhibiting rectangles with equal areas, but with different perimeters

**13. Perimeter Unit**

- Introduction to finding the perimeter of polygons
- Finding the perimeter, even with unstated side lengths
- Finding an unknown side length, given a perimeter & a length
- Differentiating between the perimeter & area of figures, including exhibiting rectangles with the same perimeter and different area (or vice versa)

**14. Geometry Unit**

- Working with shapes’ attributes (i.e. sides, vertices, angles & parallel lines)
- Identifying simple polygons (i.e. quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, octagons, etc) & their attributes
- Describing common quadrilaterals (i.e. squares, rectangles, rhombuses, trapezoids) & their properties/categories
- Naming 3D objects (i.e. prisms, cylinders, cones, spheres) & characteristics (i.e. faces/bases, edges)

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