# Year 3 Maths worksheets by School Year

### Year 3 number pyramid challenge

All these multiplication number pyramids only have a number at the top. Can you work out what numbers the other circles could be filled with? There are various different ways of completing each one.

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### 8 times table timed test

Ready, steady... time yourself completing these multiplication number sentences. Aim to finish the sheet in less than 4 minutes!

### 4 times table timed test

Ready, steady... time yourself completing these multiplication number sentences. Aim to finish the sheet in less than 4 minutes!

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### 3 times table timed test

Ready, steady... time yourself completing these multiplication number sentences. Aim to finish the sheet in less than 4 minutes!

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### Y3 times tables timed test

Are you ready to practise your 3x, 4x and 8x tables? Ask someone to time you with a stopwatch and try to finish in 4 minutes or less!

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### Time facts matching game

Cut out all the cards. Each pink card matches up with a blue card. See if you can find all the pairs. How fast can you do it?

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### Roman numerals: time intervals

Look at these clocks. Write the time (in modern numbers) underneath them. What’s the time difference between clock A and clock B?

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### Days in each month

Here's a simple way to remember how many days there are in each month. Now see if you can fill in the table correctly.

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### Compare durations of events

The following children did a sponsored swim. They timed themselves swimming ten lengths. Write down how long it took each child (in minutes) to swim their ten lengths. Who completed the ten lengths the fastest? Who completed the ten lengths the slowest?

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### 24-hour clock: time intervals

Look at these clocks. Write the 12-hour time (including am or pm) underneath each one. How much time has passed between the clocks?

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### Optional SATs papers: Y3 maths 2006

Download this Year 3 maths optional SATs paper from 2006, used in school to assess pupils' progress at the end of the school year, to offer your child some at-home practice.

### Interpreting pictograms

Ms Smith, the PE teacher, has been finding out about Y3’s favourite ball sports. She’s decided to show the results on a display in the hall, using a pictogram. Because there are so many children, she has decided to make each picture worth 4 children. Can you complete the pictogram?

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### Pirate Pete and the Scurvy Scuttler data handling puzzle pack

Pirate Pete needs your help (and maths skills!) to get his ship back! Are you ready to hunt for treasure? Designed to help children practise common KS2 data handling skills, our statistics learning pack is bursting with Venn diagrams, pie charts, pictograms and line graphs to interpret and construct. All aboard the pirate ship!

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### Y3 problems involving all four operations

Can you work out the answers to these questions? You'll need to use your knowledge of addition, subtractions, division and multiplication!

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### Telling the time to the nearest minute (12-hour clock)

Can you read the time on these clock faces?

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### Right angles and turns

Look at the pictures below to work out the answers to these angles and turns questions. You could try standing in for the girl in the picture and turning yourself, too! When you answer each of these questions, imagine that Claire has gone back to her starting position each time.

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### Division facts: 2, 3, 4, 5, 8 and 10 times tables

How well do you know your division facts? Let's find out...

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### Compare and order fractions with the same denominators

Cut out all these fractions. Put them into groups where each fraction has the same denominator. Now put each group into ascending order, from smallest to largest