We have over 300 Maths worksheets for year three children. They have been designed to mirror the year three Maths curriculum in an engaging way.
Our worksheets cover every area of the Maths syllabus for year three.
Below you can see a selection of our worksheets. Some of these English worksheets are available for year 3 parents to download now others are only available within one of our courses. Full answers are provided within all our courses but are not provided with individual worksheets for free download.
Free Year three Maths Worksheets to download – No registration necessary
5x Table No 4 – Tables are central to year three maths work. Children who don’t totally master their tables will always underperform which is why tables worksheets are a very regular feature in our year three maths courses.
Graphs – Cars- Children extend their knowledge of presenting and interpreting information presented in graphs. This work through year three gets gradually more complicated.
Quadrilaterals – During year three worksheets like this help to introduce children to the different shapes they will encounter and their key features
Other worksheet examples included in year three Maths courses
Find the missing number in sums – In this Maths worksheet children have to use their logic skills to work out which number is missing to make these sums work.
Number bonds – 10- No child can do well in their year three maths course without developing a very solid grounding of number bonds. In this worksheet we work on number bonds related to the number 10.
2D shapes – More shapes development activity for children with this worksheet.
Dividing by 2,3 and 4 – This is where four operations work meets tables knowledge. Children spend a long time learning their multiplication tables and a real test of how well they have learnt is to see how well they can apply that same knowledge in reverse to division.
Mental Maths – Throughout all our KS2 courses mental maths features very strongly. Children need to be able to develop the capacity to work accurately in their head and regular practice is necessary.
Worded Maths Problems – During year three we will begin to introduce children to Maths problems written in words. These worksheets require a different focus to straightforward sums.
Early Fractions- Shaded shapes – By the end of their KS2 courses children will be working on complicated fractions calculations but we start the introduction phase early with worksheets like this.