Division Problem Solving For Grade 3

Division skills are key to becoming a math pro, and these third grade division worksheets will help your students build math confidence while having a blast!

Whether your students are learning these concepts for the first time or reinforcing past lessons, they will love exploring division through board games, word problems, fractions activities, and more in our third grade division games! This worksheet challenges kids to see how many math problems they can do in a minute, and includes division, multiplication, subtraction, and addition problems.

The grade levels are a guideline -- please use your judgment based on your child's ability and eagerness (my eldest daughter always used a grade below whereas my younger daughter seems to be a grade or two above -- go figure).

I always find that providing a seasonal worksheet helps keep my daughter excited about doing her work.

James Cotter's mother is a teacher and she's setting up a classroom for the new year.

James helps his mother pass out supplies, but he needs to use his math skills to find out what supplies are needed.

Divide the number of minutes by the number of minutes in 1 hour. Solution: Total number of passengers = 108There are 12 rows of seats on the bus. Solution: Total number of apples = 63There are 9 friends of seats on the bus.

Solution: We know that there are 60 minutes in 1 hour. If there are 12 rows of seats on the bus, how many seats are in each row? How many apples did Tom give to each of his friends?

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