# Third grade math worksheets - free & printable

This is a free to download math worksheet for Grade 3. These questions are strictly based on the mathematics syllabus of Class 3 and follow the guidelines of NCERT, CBSE and KVS.

For our paid members, we provide detailed explanations for each question at the end of the test. Our paid members can take each of the online tests multiple times. At Olympiadtester, we provide more than 20 tests for each chapter. These Chapterwise tests are designed to sharpen the analytical minds of young students, helping them prepare for competitive exams like Olympiads with confidence. We have  more than 15 MOCK tests that cover questions from all chapters.

To explore and purchase our courses please visit the  BUY COURSES section on our website.

Alan had 33 stickers less than Eli.
Nancy had twice as many stickers as the number of stickers Alan had.
How many stickers did Nancy have?

Ans: _______________

2) Chicken pies were sold in boxes of 8 pies per box.
Mrs Mohan wanted to give 2 chicken pies to each of her 42 pupils.
What is the minimum number of boxes of chicken pies Mrs Mohan must get?

Ans: _______________

3) What is the missing digit in the box?

4) What is the missing digit in the box?

Ans: _________________

5) 🚥 - 100 = 🗃
🗃 + 700 = 1 200

What does the 🚥 represent?

6) There are 6 bottles of Coca-Cola in a carton. Jaya needs to get 48 bottles of Coca-Cola. Find the number of cartons she needs to buy.

1. 8
2. 9
3. 42
4. 54

7) 3 🚪 6 = 36🗼 18
What do🚪and 🗼 represent?

 Options 🚪represents 🗼represents (1) + = (2) + ÷ (3) x = (4) x -

8) Sherry baked some pieces of cookies for her 6 friends.
She decided to pack 20 pieces of cookies for each of them.
Sherry later realised that each of them could still get 3 more pieces, leaving her with 2 pieces of cookies left.
How many pieces of cookies did she bake?

Ans: _______________

9) Anu and Kirti had some stamps at first.
After Anu bought 125 stamps and Kirti gave away 125 stamps, both of them had an equal number of stamps.
Their total number of stamps in the end was 1 080.
How many stamps did Anu have at first?

Ans: _______________

1. 2199
2. 2592
3. 4061
4. 4189

11) Mary and Deepa made 9111 paper cranes altogether.
Susi made 200 less paper cranes than Mary.
How many paper cranes did Susi make?

12) Keya was selling lemonade at the swimming pool.
She mixed 2 glasses of syrup and 6 glasses of water to make a jug of lemonade.

(a) how many glasses of syrup did she use?

(b) how many glasses of water did she use?

(b)____________________

13) Uncle Tom sold a total of 180 sticks of fishballs on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
He sold twice as many sticks on Friday as on Saturday.
On Sunday, he sold 20 fewer sticks than on Saturday.
How many sticks of fishballs did he sell on Sunday?

14) Ali saw four rubber ducks A, B, C , D with numbers on them.
Choose the 2 rubber ducks that will give the sum of 6500.

15) 🌏 + 🌏 + 🌏 + 🌏 = 12

🛰 + 🛰 + 🛰 = 21

What is the value of 🌏 + 🛰?

16) A group of pupils line up in a row. Rani is the 4th person from the left and the 7th person from the right. How many pupils are there in the row?

17) Amar received his results slip. Unfortunately, he had spilt some ink on the result slip.  What marks did Amar score for Mathematics?

18) What is the missing number in the box?

1. 8
2. 2
3. 6
4. 4

19) 110 x 8 = _________ + 80

1. 10 x 8
2. 100 x 8
3. 10 x 88
4. 100 x 88

20) 450 x 10 = _________ hundreds

1. 4500
2. 450
3. 45
4. 5

21) What is the missing digit?

1. 1
2. 8
3. 7
4. 9

22) Mrs Garg bought 8 packets of stickers. There were 12 stickers in each packet. She gave each pupil 6 stickers.

(a) How many stickers were there altogether?
(b) If she gave away all the stickers, how many pupils were there?

(b)_______________________

23) Raju has 80 stamps. He has twice as many stamps as Betty.
Chris has 30 more stamps than Betty.

(a) How many stamps does Betty have?
(b) How many stamps do the 3 children have altogether?

(b)_______________________

24) Some passengers boarded a bus at the bus interchange.
At the first bus stop, 34 passengers alighted and 14 passengers boarded the bus. At the second bus stop, 12 passengers alighted and 24 boarded the bus. Then, there were 39 passengers on the bus.
​​​

How many passengers first boarded the bus at the bus interchange?

25) What is the missing number in the box?

26) 3 x 6 is the same as ______________________.

1. 6 + 6 + 6 + 6 + 6 + 6
2. 3 x 3 x 3 x 3 x 3 x 3
3. 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 + 3
4. 6 x 6 x 6

27) If 🖤 x 3 = 12, then 🖤 x 🖤 is equal to ___________.

1. 9
2. 12
3. 16
4. 18

1. A and D
2. A and B
3. B and C
4. B and D

29) Mrs Behl has a bag of 207 marbles. She needs 9 more marbles so that every pupil in her class can receive 6 marbles each. How many pupils are there in Mrs Behl's class?

30) 7 + 7 + 7 + 7 = 7 x _________. What is the missing number?

1. 5
2. 7
3. 3
4. 4

31) Christi has 137 beads. Amy has 26 beads less than Ginny while Ginny has 11 beads more than Christi. How many beads does Amy have?

32) What is the number in the box?

33) Study the table below.

What is the next pair of numbers?

1. 7 and 63
2. 7 and 72
3. 8 and 56
4. 8 and 64

34) 320 oranges were put into crates.
Each crate contains 7 oranges.
How many crates are there and how many oranges were left?

35) Lucy collected twice as many stamps as Mel.
Sita collected 6 times as many stamps as Mel.
If Lucy collected 24 stamps, how many stamps did Sita collect?

37) Ruhi bought 6 boxes of chocolates. She gave all the chocolates to her 30 classmates. Each of them received 3 pieces of chocolates each. How many pieces of chocolates are there in each box?

38) Chris collected some spiders and 2 ants in a box.
If there are 44 legs altogether in the box, how many spiders did he collect?

39) 3120 children visited a zoo in January. In February, 1209 fewer children visited the zoo than in January. How many children visited the zoo in February?

1. 911
2. 1911
3. 1921
4. 4329

40) The difference between two numbers is 6354. Given that the smaller number is 1459, find the larger number.

1. 4859
2. 4895
3. 7813
4. 7849

41) Which one of the following is the greatest?

1. 10 tens ÷ 2
2. 20 tens ÷ 10
3. 20 x 2 tens
4. 2 x 10 tens

42) 4 groups of 8 is _________ less than 7 eights.

1. 18
2. 24
3. 32
4. 56

43) 6 x 8 = ___________ ÷ 2

1. 24
2. 48
3. 72
4. 96

44) Mrs Lahiri baked 9 trays of muffins for a party. Each tray had 45 muffins. There were 50 muffins left after the party. How many muffins were eaten at the party?

1. 305
2. 355
3. 405
4. 455

45) If 2 x 18 = 36
Then 10 x 18 = 36 + ____________________.

1. 2 x 18
2. 8 x 18
3. 10 x 18
4. 12 x 18

46) Leah brought 180 marbles to school. She decided to share them equally with Meghna, Jim, Lily and Benjamin. How many marbles does Benjamin have in the end if he has 89 marbles at first?

47) What is the missing number in the statement below?

10 x 3 = 30
12 x 3 = 30 + _________

1. 2
2. 6
3. 36
4. 60

48) Which one of the following is not equal to 7 x 8?

1. 8 x 7
2. 8 + 8 +  8 +  8 +  8 +  8 +  8
3. 8 groups of 7
4. 8 x 8 x 8 x 8 x 8 x 8 x 8

49) What is the missing digit?

50) 😶 + 😶 + 😶 + 😶 = 🔽

🔽 + 🔽 = 64

What does  stand 😶 for?

51)  If ⛛⛛⛛  stands for 21 cars, which one of the following stands for 56 cars?

1. ⛛⛛⛛⛛⛛⛛⛛
2. ⛛⛛⛛⛛⛛⛛⛛⛛
3. ⛛⛛⛛⛛⛛⛛⛛⛛⛛
4. ⛛⛛⛛⛛⛛⛛⛛⛛⛛⛛

52) Both A stand for the same digit.
What is the value of A?

53) If 📞 + 📞 + 📞 + 📞 +📞 +📞 = 738
What is 📞  ÷ 3?

54) 54 ÷ ♧ = 9

🎶x ♧ = 48

🎶=?

54) 7000 - __________ = 2999
What is the missing number in the above statement?

1. 4001
2. 4111
3. 5001
4. 5111

55) Each letter represents a different digit.
N represents 6 and Y represents 4.
Find the digits that the other letters represent.

B    E   E
+  E    Y   E
___________
S  P   A   N
___________

1. E = 3, A = 7, B = 5, S = 1, P = 3
2. E = 3, A = 7, B = 6, S = 2, P = 8
3. E = 3, A = 7, B = 7, S = 1, P = 1
4. E = 3, A = 7, B = 9, S = 1, P = 2

56) 🌙 + 🌙 + 🌙 + ☀ + ☀ + ☀  = 51
If  🌙 = 7, what is the value of ☀ ?

57) The number in the box is _______________.

58)  ♥ x 7 =  🌟
🌟  x 7 = 147
What does ♥ stand for ?

1. 1
2. 7
3. 3
4. 21

59) Find the missing number in the box provided.

60) There are 120 girls and boys in the training team for the Youth Olympic Games. There are 3 times as many boys as girls. How many more boys are there in the team?