3rd Grade Money Worksheet

In 3rd Grade Money Worksheet we will solve how to convert rupees into paise, how to convert paise into rupees, addition of money, subtraction of money and how to make a bill.


1. Which is the highest value coin?

(i) Rs. 10

(ii) Rs. 5

(iii) 50 p

(iv) Rs. 1

2. Cost of pencil is Rs. 5. Which combination is the exact amount to buy 1 pencil?

Money Combination

3. Read the tag on the item. Circle the coins or rupees you need to buy the items.

Combination of Coins and Notes


4. Put the correct sign <, > or =.

Comparison of Money


5. Fill in the blanks:

(i) Rs. 1 = ……….. p

(ii) Rs. 8 = ……….. p

(iii) 1200 p = Rs. ………..

(iv) Rs. 200 + Rs. 100 = Rs. ………..

 

6. Fill in the blanks:

(i) 25 p + ……….. p = 55 p

(ii) Rs. 40 = ……….. p

(iii) Rs. 5 + Rs. 30 + Rs. 20 = Rs.………..

(iv) Rs. 12.43 = ……….. p

(v) 2578 p = Rs. ………..

(vi) Rs. 10 + 60 p = Rs. ………..

 

7. (i) Add Rs. 248.84 and Rs. 73.85.

(ii) Add Rs.197.20 and Rs. 28.50

 

8. (i) Subtract Rs. 86 from Rs. 339.

(ii) Subtract Rs. 379 from Rs. 450.

 

9. Prices of certain articles are given below.

Prices of the Articles

(i) Find the total amount Olivia spent on a book, scissors and pencil stand.

(ii) Emma had $ 200 with her. She got table lamp for her grandfather. How much money is left with her?

(iii) James bought 1 of each article from the shop. Make a bill for her.

Money Bill

Answers for the 3rd grade money worksheet are given below to check the exact answers of the above questions.


Answers:


1. (i)

2. (ii)

3. (ii)

4. (i) <

(ii) <

(iii) =

(iv) =


5. (i) 100p

(ii) 800p

(iii) 12p

(iv) Rs. 300


6. (i) 30p

(ii) 4000p

(iii) Rs. 55

(iv) 1243p

(v) Rs. 25.78

(vi) Rs. 10.60


7. (i) Rs. 322.69

(ii) Rs. 225.70


8. (i) Rs. 253

(ii) Rs. 71


9. (i) Rs. 140

(ii) Rs. 15

(iii) Rs. 475




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