Year 3 Maths worksheets by School Year
Our Terrific Times Tables pack is full of ideas and tips to help your child learn – and even enjoy it! We share practical ideas for memorising all 12 sets, as well as tips to help make practice easy. Download your pack now to reinforce your child's learning with fun games and quizzes and print out achievement certificates to reward their effort.
Ask your child to estimate and then accurately measure how long it takes to do everyday activities in order to practise measuring time.
A practical activity for measuring right angles. Children will become more confident at recognising right angles with this exercise.
A worksheet to help your child understand what the <, > and = symbols mean. It also helps with understanding of grams and kilograms.
This worksheet will enable children to differentiate between right angles, angles smaller than a right angle, and angles larger than a right angle. A fun visual activity.
A worksheet with a grid for your child to record their measurements of different objects. Involves weight, length and capacity.
Cards to cut out and help your child to get quicker at remembering their 3 times table.
A worksheet to encourage children to think of ways to measure objects around the home. Involves length, weight and capacity.
This worksheet is a 'fill in the gaps' puzzle to help your child recall their multiplication and division facts of the 3 times table.
Learning to tell the time is a process which spans the primary-school years, and children can find it overwhelmingly hard. The Telling the Time pack is a complete guide to everything you need to know to support your child and help them get to grips with this vital skill, bursting with practical suggestions, advice from experts and activity sheets for all the key stages.
Cards to cut out and use to help your child speed up with remembering their 4 times table.
Time for a chocolate bar tally! Your child will need to conduct a mini-investigation to find out what their friends' favourite chocolate bar is, then collect and analyse the data.
A 'fill in the gaps' worksheet to help your child practise their division and multiplication facts for the 4 times table.
This download explains what parallel lines are and encourages children to think about which examples fit the description.
Review the column multiplication technique and consolidate the learning with plenty of practice. Don't forget to carry over numbers from one column to the next!
One of the multiplication techniques your child will be taught is the grid method. This worksheet will help your child revise the method and practise solving multiplication problems.
'Carrying' numbers from one place value column to another is an important part of column addition. Help your child master the skill with this worksheet, which offers a plain-English guide to the technique and then exercises to complete to consolidate the learning.
Column addition is taught in two stages, and this worksheet offers a step-by-step overview of the technique (it'll be familiar from your own school days, but a refresher always comes in handy!). Your child will need good place value skills to complete the addition problems; column addition grids have been provided to help them.
Counting on in hops and number lines are the methods used to solve these addition calculations. This worksheet offers your child a step-by-step reminder of the technique and then lots of addition problems to practise on.