Year 3 Maths worksheets by School Year
All of these number sentences are from the 4 times table, but something's missing from each one. Can you fill in the craters with the right answer?
Help the aliens find their spaceships by matching the correct answers to number sentences from the 4 times table.
Help your child understand how multiplication works by having them rewrite these number sentences as repeated addition.
Download this fun Sudoku puzzle for kids in KS2, using numbers 1-6.
Pretend you're the teacher, and mark these number sentences from the 8 times table. Which ones are correct, and which aren't?
Divide all the numbers in the green grid by 8, then repeat on the rest of the grids, but trying to work faster and faster. How quickly can you finish a grid?
Can you spot which of these numbers are multiples of 8? Check your answers at the bottom of the page.
How quickly can you multiply each number in these grids by 8? See if you can beat your previous time on each one.
Colour in the star with the correct answer to different number sentences from the 8 times table.
Help your child memorise the 8 times table by solving these number sentences. How quickly can they do it?
Can you complete these number sentences from the 8 times table? Fill in the craters with the correct number.
In this 8 times table worksheet, have your child match the number sentences with the correct answers.
Have your child learn their eight times table by breaking it down into addition number sentences.
Add an extra learning dimension to family game time – try one of our Cool Maths board games and help reinforce your child's knowledge of number bonds, percentages and fractions while you play. Compiled by deputy headteacher Matt Revill and packed with 20 games, this maths learning pack covers all the key skills your child will need to master as part of the primary numeracy curriculum.
Use this blank grid to make up your own times tables game! See how quickly you can multiply numbers across the top and left, filling the entire grid with answers.
Feeling confident about all aspects of money is a fundamental life skill, and it’s all about applying mathematical knowledge to pounds and pence. From simple addition and subtraction to division, multiplication and decimal calculations, help your child practise their money maths with games, activities and worksheets, as well as teachers’ tips to support financial learning at home. But beware – you might have to play shops (a lot!), as well as rewarding calculator challenges with pocket money bonuses!
Have your child add up the coins in these different piggy banks.
Work out the answers to these money word problems by using subtraction
Work out how much change will you get from a £2 coin after buying different items.