# Third Grade Math Number Sense Worksheets

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- Rounding: Sweet Estimation
On this third grade math worksheet, kids round to estimate the sum of two numbers, a useful strategy for checking the results of calculations.

- Rounding: Tens, Hundreds, Thousands
Offering practice rounding to the nearest ten, hundred, and thousand, this worksheet is sure to help your child rocket to rounding mastery.

- Rounding Color by Number: Sea Turtle and Sea Stars
Teach your child how to round to the nearest hundred the fun way with this sea-themed worksheet featuring a swimming sea turtle and some sea stars.

- Let's Go Rounding!
Kids practice rounding to the nearest ten, hundred, and to the place value underlined on this math worksheet.

- Rounding: Round 'Em Up!
Round 'Em Up! Kids learn how to round to the nearest ten and the nearest hundred on this third grade math worksheet.

- Three-Digit Place Value Assessment
Ones, tens, and hundreds! Oh My! With this worksheet, your student will find the place value of a digit in a number.

- Rounding: Magical Math!
On this third grade math worksheet, kids round to estimate the difference between two numbers, a useful strategy for checking the results of calculations.

- Place Value: What's the Value?
Kids completing this third grade math worksheet practice reading whole numbers and identifying the place value for digits up to the ten thousands place.

- Write It & Round It
This exercise will help your students strengthen their number sense by reviewing the basics of place value to round numbers correctly.

- Rounding Color by Number: Fish Friends
Should you round that number up or round it down? Help your seafarer master the art of rounding with this fun fish color by number.

- Rounding Money to the Nearest Dollar
If your child has mastered money math but needs to know how to round, hand her this quick introduction to rounding up and down to the nearest dollar.

- Place Value Practice: Thousandths
Looking for a worksheet to help your kid practice determining place value? This printable is great for working with decimal places.

- Math Review
Covering a variety of math concepts, this worksheet is perfect for kids studying for a big math test or looking for a general math review.

- Order of Operations: First Things First
Hunting for a worksheet that practices basic arithmetic? This printable works with basic computation and order of operations.

- Round 'Em Up
Looking for a worksheet to help your kid with number rounding skills? This printable will help him with third grade math skills.

- Skip Counting to 100
Students can add a splash of color to brighten their skip counting technique. With this worksheet, your students will use a hundreds chart to skip count to 100.

- Boost Your Number Sense
From inequalities to completing number patterns, this worksheet is packed with number exercises to help boost your child's number sense.

- Rounding to the Nearest Thousand
Help "Bucks" Baxter estimate how much money he has by rounding everything to the nearest thousand.

- Round Numbers: Subtraction Practice
Searching for a worksheet that practices rounding numbers and subtraction skills? This printable uses estimation to subtract three digit numbers.

- Underwater Rounding to the Nearest Hundred
This watery worksheet is the perfect way to teach your child how to round to the nearest hundred.

- Rounding Up or Down
Practice rounding decimals to whole numbers by helping Duey the Owl. He needs to climb up the hill or roll down the hill based on the decimal number given.

- Order Up! Number Inequalities
Kids complete inequalities and order groups of numbers from least to greatest and greatest to least.

- Rounding to the Nearest Ten Cents
This rounding worksheet works on rounding to the nearest ten cents. After conquering this worksheet, your kid will be a money-rounding rock star!

- Multiplication Patterns
Patterns are one way to approach the concept of multiplication. Help your students find patterns in the multiplication table to increase their fluency and number sense.