Worksheets for 3rd Grade students can be very helpful when preparing for this year’s Common Core State Standards. Teachers can use these worksheets to teach math concepts such as quantity, addition, subtraction, fractions, percentages, and the relationship between the categories of students. They also are a great resource for teaching number sense and general awareness of arithmetic.
The first worksheet will require students to identify a constant value. After students have identified the constant, they should be asked to measure their value. They should be able to do this by using a hand or “hand mirror.” After students have determined the value of the constant, they should determine if it is a whole number or a fraction.
They should know how many decimals to use for each number, as well as whether to use an ounce or a pound. Students should also be able to determine whether a number is divisible by three or five. Besides, they should be able to understand how to convert between decimals and their equivalent common denominators.
The second worksheet will ask students to use this equation to find the area of a triangle. They should first write in the area that is determined by the initial formula. Then they should add up the areas of the sides of the triangle. They should compare the answers they got with the areas that are listed.
They should also be able to determine if a triangle has a common vertex with the vertex of another triangle. This should be easy to do, as there are three sets of similar triangles. All three sets can be found by multiplying their vertex numbers together.
The third worksheet will ask students to show how many complete circles a circle can have. After writing down the perimeter, they should apply the Pythagorean theorem by taking the side of the circle and subtracting the circumference. This should be an easy math problem to solve.
They should then explain the formulas used to find the areas of the triangles. This should be done by listing the areas of the triangles and explaining why they are the same. They should know that two triangles are the same if their areas are the same.
These hand worksheets can help teachers teach students the math they need to have for the core state standards. Several other types of worksheets can be used, such as those for geometry, trigonometry, and differential equations. There are also worksheets for helping students determine the type of change that is in a graph, how to interpret lines and curves, and how to handle graphs.