Strengthen math skills with these 3rd grade Halloween math worksheets. Third graders will practice noting time, multiplication, making change, and more.
Practicing these skills is crucial to building a foundation for later math instruction. And, the fun graphics provide a little holiday-themed component to these homeschool Halloween activities.
These print-and-go worksheets are perfect for busy homeschool moms and teachers. They can be used in the classroom or at home.
Fall is in the air, and that means it’s time to get ready for some Halloween fun! These Halloween worksheets are a great way to get your third graders excited about the season.
This pack includes six math activities for second, third, and fourth graders depending on their learning level. So go ahead and download these free printables and have some autumnal fun!
Tips for Using Math Worksheets
If you’re using these printable math worksheets at home, there are a few things you can do to help your child get the most out of them. Here are a few tips:
1. Make sure your child has a quiet, distraction-free place to work.
2. Help them get started by reviewing the instructions together.
3. Encourage them to take their time and focus on accuracy rather than speed.
4. Check their work together when they’re finished and help them correct any mistakes.
5. Celebrate their successes and praise their efforts.
By following these tips, you can help your child make the most of these third grade math worksheets and improve their math skills.
What are the benefits of using math worksheets in homeschooling?
Math worksheets can help students develop their math skills and improve their understanding of math concepts. They can also help students prepare for tests and quizzes.
Homeschooling Third Graders
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3rd Grade Math Worksheets
This 3rd grade math pack includes a variety of math practice pages designed for third graders. However, they can be used with kids who are a little younger but ready to practice these skills. Or, they can be used with slightly older kids who need a little extra practice.
There are a total of five worksheets covering the following skills:
- Time to the Minute
- 2-digit multiplication practice
- Making change from $10.00
- 3-digit addition practice
- Rounding to the Nearest 100
Telling Time to the Minute
In this digital age, I find it important to still make sure my kids know how to read an analog clock. And, telling time to the minute can be a challenge.
The worksheet included in this packet instructs children to read a time and then to draw hands on the analog clock to demonstrate that time.
2-Digit Multiplication Practice
As children get older, they encounter more challenging math assignments like the 2-digit multiplication worksheet in this packet.
Children are tasked with multiplying a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number with carrying. When finished, they can color the Halloween picture, if they’d like.
Making Change from $10.00
Learning to make change is a tricky math skill for some children. This math pack includes a worksheet on which they can practice this math concept.
They’ll read the price on the price tag and then determine how much change they’ll receive if they were to purchase the item with a $10.00 bill.
This math pack includes a worksheet that instructs children to read a fraction and color a pie to demonstrate the amount.
3-Digit Addition Practice
This page challenges children to write a 3-digit addition problem vertically before solving for the sum. These problems require carrying.
Rounding to the Nearest 100
Finally, children will practice rounding to the nearest 100. If necessary, encourage your child to underline or highlight the number in the tens place to focus their attention before rounding up or rounding down.
I hope you find these math worksheets helpful! If you are looking for worksheets that target a certain skill, leave a comment below. I’ll add it to my “to make” list.