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• # Multiplying Whole Numbers Essential Activities for Grade 3

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## 3rd Grade Math Worksheet Multiplication

Our 3rd grade multiplication math worksheets are such a treat to complete! Not only will your child practice critical multiplication skills using a number line and skip counting, but he or she will be ready to throw a tea party after completing this delectable worksheet!
Before beginning this worksheet, it would be a good idea to remind your child of what George Washington Carver created. They were more than one handy item. Can your child tell you what this man’s creations were? Look at his creations which are organized into arrays in this worksheet. Match each array to the correct multiplication fact by checking the matching fact. Then, help your little ones circle the product.
Let’s go shopping for tasty fruits and veggies with At the Market: multiplication worksheet for 3rd grade! This helpful worksheet uses arrays of vibrant foods to entice kids to practice important multiplication skills. Simply solve each problem and choose the array with the correct answer!
Which weights can balance the scales? It might be more than one! Give your child a tricky challenge practicing math with our balance the scales multiplication worksheet! Help your child solve each multiplication problem and select all the weights that make them even.
Your child will learn that a lot of the cool and helpful things we use today were actually invented by some people long ago. Ask your child if they know some inventors of the popular things we all use today. For example, the light bulb was invented by Thomas Edison. The inventor in this worksheet is Ben Franklin. Look at Ben Franklin’s inventions which are organized into arrays. Help your kids match each array to the correct multiplication fact by checking the box. Then, circle the product.
Our multiplication PDF worksheets for 3rd grade use a visual strategy to help kids understand multiplication rather than simply memorizing multiplication tables. This worksheet features fun and colorful furniture to engage kids as they work to describe each picture using number sentences!
After your kids get past the hurdle of learning to add and subtract numbers correctly, their mathematical problems will still be far from over. The next stage for them is to learn their multiplications. The only way you can be sure that your kids soak up all you try to teach them is by using fun worksheets such as this one. Multiplication can be shown by drawing groups of objects. Help your kids check the correct group of fossils to match each sentence.
Teaching your kids how to properly solve math requires diligence, patience, and a lot of practice using worksheets such as this colorful one. If your little ones are having some problems keeping up with mathematics in school, or you just feel like they need some extra work, go ahead and make use of this printout.  In this exercise, your kids will match the addition and multiplication sentences by checking the box. Then, check the equation that matches each array in the second question.
Multiplication problems are quite easily solved if you know some of the simple tricks and tips. For example, when multiplying 10’s the product always ends in a 0. That is just one trick you can teach your child. Another one, which they will learn in this worksheet, is that when you multiply by 5, the product will always end in a 0 or 5. Look at the problems in this printout. Help them multiply to find the product. Then, check the thermometer with the correct product.
When learning the multiplication table, the best thing you can do to help your kids learn better and faster is by introducing them to this worksheet. This fun printout will allow them learn at a more engaging pace, and will make their work stick better to them. help your kids practice their 9’s multiplication facts in the desert. Solve each fact, and then check the box with the correct product. As a fun task, ask your kids if they can name the desert animals they see in this printout.
Multiplication can be a bit confusing and difficult to understand for your little ones. However, you can teach them some simple tricks and tips that will make any multiplication problem seem easy as pie. When you multiply any number by 10, the product will always end in a zero. This is very similar to counting numbers by 10’s. give your child some simple examples of multiplying by 10 and then help them solve each fact and check the box with the correct product.
An octopus is a kind of animal which lives in the sea. Can your child identify the octopus in the worksheet? An octopus can also be called an invertebrate, because it belongs to that class of animals. Ask your child if they can tell you some other features of the octopus. They have 8 tentacles. In this printout, your kids will find that they need to use those 8 tentacles to help multiply the 8’s. Ask them to circle the equations that have the correct products.
Addition, subtraction and multiplication all go hand in hand. As long as your child learns mathematics in school, they will have to thoroughly get through all these topics. Now, if they are having some difficulties understanding mathematics, the best thing to do is use worksheets such as this to help them get some more practice. Look at each addition equation in this printout, and check the multiplication equation that matches. Then, circle the correct answer.
Sea Battle: Multiplication Worksheet will take your child out to the high seas to practice math skills! Stretch your child’s thinking as he or she solves the multiplication problem on each ship’s sail. Then, circle only those problems whose solution is between 5 and 16!
What did Thomas Edison invent? Before getting into this worksheet, test your student’s knowledge on history and inventors by asking them this simple question. If they get the correct answer, you can give them some more information on other great inventors. Look at Thomas Edison’s light bulb inventions in this printout. They are organized into arrays. Ask your students to match each array to the correct multiplication fact by checking the matching fact.
Does your child know some of the duties of a good citizen? Ask them if they can list some of the things that a good citizen does in the community. One of the very important duties of a citizen is voting. By voting, we can elect good and right candidates to be our leaders. In this worksheet, the voting ballots have all fallen to the floor! Help your kids pick up all the ballots, and cast each vote by circling all of the correct multiplication facts.
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## Relating Addition to Multiplication and Arrays

This quiz assesses students’ ability to relate addition to multiplication.