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- Math - Gr.3

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------ Third Grade Math Worksheets ------
http://www.k5learning.com/free-math-worksheets/third-grade-3

***3rd Grade Math Worksheets: Addition

http://www.k5learning.com/free-math-worksheets/third-grade-3/addition


Addition Example
Complete one hundred (missing addend)
____ + 6 = 100
Add two 2-digit numbers - one addend is a whole ten
20 + 39 = ___
Add two 2-digit numbers - one addend is a whole ten - missing addend 20 + ___ = 59

Add a 1-digit number to a 2-digit number
94 + 7 = ____
Add a 1-digit number to a 2-digit number - missing addend 91 + __ = 96

Adding one 2-digit number and two one-digit numbers
3 + 41 + 9 = ___
Adding a 3-digit number and a 1-digit number
865 + 5 = ____


Add two whole tens and two one-digit numbers
50 + 8 + 7 + 50 = ____
Adding whole tens (3 addends)
60 + 50 + 40 = ____
Adding whole tens (4 addends)
40 + 10 + 10 + 60 = ____
Adding whole hundreds (2 addends) 300 + 100 = ___
Adding whole hundreds (3 addends) 200 + 100 + 700 = _____
Adding whole hundreds - missing addend
______ + 500 = 1300
Completing a whole thousand (whole hundreds are missing) 700 + ______ = 1000


Adding two numbers with thousands and whole hundreds 4500 + 1400 = _____
Adding whole thousands to another number 6349 + 4000 = _____

- See more at: http://www.k5learning.com/free-math-worksheets/third-grade-3/addition#sthash.ajxEBTmv.dpuf
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Mental Subtraction Example
Subtracting a single-digit number from a 2-digit number 14 − 1 = ____
Subtracting a single-digit number from a 2-digit number - misssing minuend 39 - __ = 31

Subtracting a whole ten from a 2-digit number 83 − 30 = ____

Subtracting a whole ten from a 2-digit number - missing minuend __ - 50 = 19
Subtracting a whole ten from a 3-digit number 222 − 50 = _____
Subtracting a whole ten from a 3-digit number - missing mineund 983 - __ = 923
Subtracting a whole hundred from a 3-digit number 899 − 800 = _____

Subtracting a 2-digit number from hundred 100 − 77 = ____
Subtracting whole hundreds 900 − 600 = ______
Subtracting whole hundreds from 4-digit numbers 5900 − 600 = ______
Missing minuend / subtrahend problems 69 − ____ = 29
Subtract any whole ten number from 1000 1000 − 240 = _____
Subtract any 3-digit number from any whole thousand 4000 − 821 = ______


- See more at:
http://www.k5learning.com/free-math-worksheets/third-grade-3/subtraction#sthash.8zQggbdg.dpuf

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Place Value Example
Build a three-digit number from the parts 100 + 60 + 1 = ____

Find the missing place value from a 3-digit number 800 + _____ + 3 = 813
Build a four-digit number from the parts 2 + 4,000 + 600 + 40 = _____
Find the missing place value from a 4-digit number 6,000 + _________ + 50 + 3 = 6,153
Build a 5-digit number from parts 7,000 + 500 + 40 + 6 + 80,000 = ______

Write the number in expanded form (4-digit number) 2,317=2*1000 + 3*100 + 1*10 + 7*1
Write the number in normal form (4-digit number) 2*1000 + 3*100 + 1*10 + 7*1 = 2,317
- See more at: http://www.k5learning.com/free-math-worksheets/third-grade-3/place-value-and-rounding#sthash.5PJcaOzG.dpuf
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***Do you need some help with the multiplication math facts? Here are some tricks. http://www.k5learning.com/blog/tricks-helping-your...heir-multiplication-math-facts
Tricks for Helping your Children Remember their Multiplication Math Facts



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Every multiplication has its twin. See, that 8x3, is the same as 3x8? Now, youll only have to remember half the table.


But theres more. Here are some more handy tips as your child starts learning each of the lines in the grid.


To multiply by 2, you add the number to itself.

For example, 2 x 9 = 9 + 9
To multiply by 5, the last digit of the sum always goes 5 or 0. Its also always half of the 10x of the same number.

For example 10 x 4 = 40, 5 x 4 = 20, so 5 x 4 = half of 10 x 4.
When you multiply 6 by an even number, they both end in the same digit.

Check it out: 6 x 2 = 12, 6 x 4 = 24, 6 x 6 = 36, 6 x 8 = 48.
To multiply by 9, is 10x the number minus the number.

For example, 9 x 6 = 10 x 6 - 6 = 60 - 6 = 54.
To multiply by 10, the last digit of the sum is always 0.
To multiply by 11, all the way up to 9 x 11, just repeat the digit.

For example, 11 x 6 = 66.
To multiply by 12, is the same as adding the multiplying by 10 to the multiplying by 2.

For example, 12 x 2 = 10 x 2 + 2 x 2 = 20 + 4 = 24.
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Examples of Consonant Blends

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: http://examples.yourdictionary.com/examples/examples-of-consonant-blends.html The English language is constructed of many different sounds: vowels, consonants, long vowels and short vowels. Sometimes sounds blend together as is the case with consonant blends.

Consonant blends are a collection of two or three different consonant sounds that are each heard when the word is pronounced. For example, let's look at the word "drink." Both the letters "d" and "r" are consonants. When the word "drink" is pronounced, you can clearly hear the sounds of both of these letters, making it a consonant blend.
Joining to Become Consonant Blends
Letters Commonly Mixed Together
You can become more familar and comfortable with consonant blends by examining some of the letters that are commonly joined together in consonant blends including:

bl
br
pr
dr
fl
cl
gl
sl
cr
pl
fr
gr
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sc
sk
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sw
sn
sm
wh
str
sh
th
tw
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sch
shr
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spl
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squ
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Many of these consonant blends probably look familiar to you since we all use words with them on a daily basis.

Examples of Words with Consonant Blends
Now that you have a firm grasp on what consonant blends actually are, let's look at some examples of commonly used and heard words that use them.

Blend, bland, blue, black, blanket, bleach, blast, blatant, blame, bluebird, bleak
Brake, brew, brim, broom, brain, brand, brave, brat, breeze, breathe, breed, break
Click, clam, clambake, clammy, clap, clapping, clarify, clarity, clash, climb, cling, clock
Crab, crumb, crib, cry, crank, crow, crew, crud, crazy, create, creation, credit, creature
Drew, draw, drain, drat, drone, drink, drag, dragon, drastic, drawer, drawbridge
Flower, flew, fly, Florida, flick, flag, flake, flash, flashcard, flap, flamingo, flank
Fry, free, freedom, frappucino, frail, fragile, fragrant, freely, fruit, freak, freaky
Glock, glint, gleam, glue, glide, glad, glance, glamor, glasses, glass, glaze, glee, glitter
Grate, great, grueling, grape, grapes, grandparents, grapefruit, grease, gravity
Pluck, plow, play, playmate, pledge, plea, plywood, plate, plated, plume, plum, plumber
Prick, pray, prey, pretzel, premonition, premeditate, press, price, pride, prime
School, scheme, schedule, schmooze, scholar, schoolroom, schematic, schism, schedules
Score, scorch, scorpion, scorn, scary, scum, science, scientific, scanner, scant, scapegoat
Scribe, scribble, scrapbook, scraps, scramble, scrambled, scream, screen, scroll
Show, shave, shame, shore, sheer, shackles, shoe, shabby, shoddy, shoot, shadow
Shrove, shrink, shred, shrewd, shrew, shrine, shrivel, shrimp, shrimpy, shroud
Skunk, skinny, skate, skater, skeleton, ski, skill, skier, skim, sketch, sketchbook
Slick, slack, sleigh, sleeve, sleek, sled, sloth, slot, slice, slim, slime, slow, slot, sleep
Smack, smacker, smug, small, smush, smash, smell, smelt, smitten, smog, smock
Sneak, snuck, snare, sneaky, sneaker, snob, snobby, snub, Snickers, snack, sneeze
Sphinx, sphere, spherical, sphereless, sphinges, sphygmus, sphaer, sphaere
Splash, splurge, splurges, splutter, spleen, splendor, splendid, splinter, splints, splinters
Sprout, Sprite, sprain, spray, sprawl, spreadsheet, sprint, sprinter, sprung, spry
Squash, squeal, squeezes, squeeze, squeamish, squirrel, squishy, squeak, squeaker
Stair, stop, stare, store, stamina, story, steak, stake, stark, stork, steamer, steam
Struck, strike, streudel, strange, strain, streamers, straight, street, strength
Sweet, swan, sworn, swanky, swindle, swam, swim, swimmer, swampy, swamp, sweater
The, thee, that, thou, those, though, theme, thought, think, these, thank, them, then
Through, throw, throws, threatening, threat, thread, throne, throb, thrust
Truck, try, tray, tree, trail, train, track, tranquil, trample, trash, travel, translate
Tweak, tweet, Twitter, tweezer, twelve, twelfth, twice, twenty, twirl, twist, twine
White, where, when, why, whereabouts, whale, wheel, wheat, which, whig, whisper
Write, wrote, wrath, wrong, wriggle, wrinkle, wring, wrongful, wrought, wrist, written
All of these words take either two consonant sounds together (known as a digraph) or three consonant sounds together (known as a trigraph) to create new sounds.
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These is a list of all of the skills students learn in all Grades .

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Here is a list of all of the skills students learn in kindergarten! These skills are organized into categories, and you can move your mouse over any skill name to view a sample question. To start practising, just click on any link. IXL will track your score, and the questions will automatically increase in difficulty as you improve! http://ca.ixl.com/math/kindergarten
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Punctuation

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Punctuation

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apostrophe

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brackets

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colon

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comma

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dash

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ellipsis

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exclamation mark

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full stop / period

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hyphen

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hyphen-minus

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question mark

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quotation marks

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semicolon

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slash / stroke / solidus

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Word dividers
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interpunct

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space

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General typography
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ampersand

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asterisk

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at sign

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backslash

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bullet

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caret

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dagger

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degree

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ditto mark

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inverted exclamation mark

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inverted question mark

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number sign / pound / hash

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numero sign

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obelus

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ordinal indicator

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percent, per mil

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basis point

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pilcrow

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prime

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section sign

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tilde

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underscore / understrike

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vertical bar / broken bar / pipe

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Intellectual property
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copyright symbol

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registered trademark

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service mark

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sound recording copyright

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trademark

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Currency
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currency (generic)

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Uncommon typography
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asterism

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hedera

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index / fist

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interrobang

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irony punctuation

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lozenge

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reference mark

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tie

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Conventions in Young Writers

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Conventions
Exemplars for Kindergarten Standard
Exemplars are based on where students should be at the end of the year. Conventions
Exemplars for Grade 1-3 Standard http://www.rsu21.net/Curriculum/writingcurriculum/Conventions.pdf
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My word wheel

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Beginning Readers Grammar Phonics Lesson, Beginning Consonant Blends

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The Reading Machine

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Rhyming Is So Easy! (Sing-Along) Children's Song

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Rhyming Is So Easy! (Sing-Along) Children's Song

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Frequency Words

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Frequency Words




First 100 High Frequency Words

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High Frequency Sight Words Part 1 of 5

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High Frequency Sight Words Part 1 of 5 - Interactive Kindergarten Vocabulary

High Frequency Sight Words Part 2 of 5

High Frequency Sight words part 3 of 5

High Frequency Sight Words Part 4 of 5

High Frequency Sight Words Part 5 of 5

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