Math

3rd Grade

Math

Math

3rd Grade Math

3rd grade

Math

Math

3rd grade math

3rd Grade math

3rd Grade Math

100

How many minutes are in an hour and a half?

90

100

Erin has 17 more books than Isabella.

Erin has 44 books. How many books does Isabella have?

27 books

100

What is the value of the *italicized* digit?

*5*47

500

100

161 - 59

102

100

14 times 6

84

100

What is 85 more than a 54?

139

200

Which is longer three feet or a yard?

They are the same length

200

The second grade has 19 more students than the first grade. The second grade has 68 students. How many students does the first grade have?

49 students

200

How many months are in 3 years?

36

200

432 - 168

264

200

312+185

497

200

What is 10 less than 163?

153

300

Solve

(12 x 5) + 36

96

300

There are 11 more adults than children at a craft fair. There are 54 adults at the craft fair. How many children are at the craft fair?

43 Children

300

How many days are in 7 weeks?

49

300

What is half of 120

60

300

What place value is the 7 in 1,271

tens

300

What is 156 more than 92?

248

400

890+127

1017

400

Ms. Durocher ordered a pizza for dinner. There was 8 equal slices in the pizza. She was not very hungry and only ate two slices. What fraction of the pizza is left?

6/8

six eighths

400

What is the value of the *italicized* digit?

2,*3*47

300

400

Elenore bought 6 books. Each book costs $3.00. She also bought a pencil case for $12.00. The sales tax was $1.27. How much did she spend altogether?

$31.27

400

Write this number in expanded form:

421

400 + 20 + 1

400

A orange is cut into 6 equal slices. If Joe at 2 slices, what fraction of the orange did he eat?

2/6

500

If I had 5 quarters and two pennies and 5 nickles, how much money would I have?

$1.52 cents

500

Dylan and his friends had some blueberries. They ate 39 blueberries. They have 21 blueberries left. How many blueberries did Dylan and his friends have at first?

60 blueberries

500

25, 30, 35, ____, 45, 50

40

500

Charles has 3 quarters, 1 nickel, 3 dimes, and 4 pennies. How much money does Charles have?

$1.14

500

What is the worth of a dime, nickel, quarter, and penny?

Dime - $0.10

Nickel - $0.05

Quarter - $0.25

Penny - $0.01

500

*19-8= ? *can be rewritten using fact families in which other ways?

*19-11 =8*

*8+11= 19*

11+8=9