
3III Worksheets
 Geometry
 Counting

Number Properties

3.9Identify the Digit with a Particular Place Value

3.11Value of Underlined Digit with Numbers Up to 1000

3.13Convert from Expanded Form

3.14Convert Numbers with Tens, Hundreds, Thousands

3.15Simplify Expanded Form

3.19Even or Odd I

3.25Solve Using Properties of Addition

3.54Relate Addition and Multiplication

3.67Divisibility Rules with Numbers Up to 10,000

3.93How to Make a Number  Values Up to 100

3.96Ways to Make a Number with Values Up to 100


Addition

3.14Convert Numbers with Tens, Hundreds, Thousands

3.24Add a One Digit Number to a Two Digit Number

3.25Solve Using Properties of Addition

3.26Add Two Numbers Up to 1000

3.29Complete the Equation with Sums Up to 1000

3.30Complete the Equation with Numbers Up to 1000

3.31Balance Addition Equations with Sums Up to 1000

3.32Balance Addition Equations with Operands Up to 1000

3.33Add Three Digit Numbers Ending in Zero Up to 1000

3.43Numbers Up to 1000 Review

3.44Numbers Up to 1000

3.45Adding Three or More Numbers

3.93How to Make a Number  Values Up to 100

 Number Patterns

Subtraction

3.34Subtract Two Numbers Up to 1000

3.36Complete the Subtraction Sentence

3.37Complete the Subtraction Sentence with Operands Up to 1000

3.38Balance Subtraction Equations with Operands Up to 1000

3.39Fill in the Missing Digits

3.46Subtraction with Operands Up to 1000

3.96Ways to Make a Number with Values Up to 100


Mixed Equations

3.47MultiStep

 Algebra
 Estimation

Multiplication

3.54Relate Addition and Multiplication

3.55Multiplication with Pictures

3.56Multiplication with a Specific Number Up to 12

3.57Multiplication by 10

3.58Squares: Multiply by the Same Number

3.59Multiplication

3.60Missing Factors

3.61Multiply Numbers Up to 1000 Ending in Zeros

3.63Multiply Two Numbers

3.65Relate Multiplication and Division with Factors Up to 12

 Division
 Measurement

Comparison

3.76Light and Heavy

3.77Holds More or Less


Time

3.78Match Clocks and Time

3.79Reading Clocks

3.80Match Clocks and Time

 Graphing
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