3rd grade number worksheet will help the kids to practice the questions on numbers.

1. Fill in the blanks:

(i) January is the month of the year, December is the ____________ month of the year.

(ii) Monday is the 2nd day of the week, Friday is the ____________ day of the week.

(iii) The greatest number of 1 digit is ____________.

(iv) The smallest number of two digits is _________________ and three digits is ____________.

(v) The greatest number of three digits is ____________ and the smallest number of four digits is ____________.

2. Write in words:

 (i) 205 (iii) 459(v) 601(vii) 563(ix) 74 (ii) 347(iv) 968(vi) 108(viii) 736(x) 872

3. Write in numerals:

 (i) Nine hundred and thirty nine (iii) Five hundred and sixty five (v) One hundred and nineteen (vii) Four hundred and twenty nine (ix) Seventy seven (ii) Seven hundred and seven (iv) Three hundred and seventy three (vi) Two hundred and eighty six (viii) Six hundred and twenty (x) Eight hundred and fifty nine

4. Write the numbers that come after the following numbers:

 (i) 500 (iii) 999 (v) 123 (vii) 987 (ix) 358 (xi) 211 (ii) 701 (iv) 432 (vi) 456 (viii) 235 (x) 644 (xii) 864

5. Write the numbers that come before the following numbers:

 (i) 120 (iii) 319 (v) 80 (vii) 535 (ix) 766 (xi) 100 (xiii) 818 (xv) 1000 (ii) 234 (iv) 913 (vi) 478 (viii) 637 (x) 439 (xii) 599 (xvi) 345

6. Write the expended form of the following numbers:

 (i) 639 (iii) 460 (v) 738 (ii) 507 (iv) 215

7. These are the expanded form of some numbers. Write numbers in short form:

 (i) 900 + 90 + 7 (iii) 100 + 50 + 6 (v) 200 + 30 + 0 (vii) 300 + 80 + 3 (ii) 600 + 0 + 5 (iv) 400 + 40 + 4 (vi) 0 + 70 + 7 (viii) 500 + 60 + 9

8. Compete the sentence by writing the correct number in the blanks:

 (i) 10 is 1 more then ______ (iii) 999 is one less than ______ (v) ______ is one more then 375 (ii) ______ is one less than 99 (iv) 371 is one more than ______

9. Write > or =, < between the given numbers:

 (i) 673 _______ 763 (iii) 329 _______ 339 (v) 455 _______ 555 (vii) 946 _______ 649 (ix) 567 _______ 476 (xi) 519 _______ 520 (ii) 568 _______ 468 (vi) 807 _______ 800 (vi) 729 _______ 839 (viii) 371 _______ 473 (x) 059 _______ 159 (xii) 1000 _______ 999

10. Arrange the following number in ascending order:

 (i) 391, 182, 25, 489, 431 (iii) 379, 793, 973, 937, 739(v) 999, 499, 599, 799, 399 (ii) 527, 708, 107, 483, 96 (iv) 318, 305, 372, 389, 343

11. Write the numbers:

(i) Six thousands five hundred ninety six  = __________

(ii) Five thousands nine hundred nine      = ___________

12. Write the number names:

(i) 4580  = ___________________________________________

(ii) 1219 = ___________________________________________

13. Write the smallest numbers:

(i) 2031      7044         8949         4321         5673          ______

(ii) 3320      4403        9339         4444         3232          ______

14. Write the biggest numbers:

(i) 1121        2432         3387         5287         3899          ______

(ii) 4399       7932         8993         2343         8869          ______

15. Give the numbers before and after: One has been done for you.

 Before Number After (i)(ii)(ii)iv)(v)(vi)(vii) 2347______________________________ 2348601823153676594272349112 2349______________________________

16. Make the biggest and the smallest numbers:

 Digits Biggest Number Smallest Number (i) 1     3     7     9 __________ __________ (ii) 7     8     6     9 __________ __________ (iii) 3     2     1     5 __________ __________ (iv) 4     8     1     7 __________ __________

17. Skipping by Hundred, write the numbers from:

 (i) 2300 to 2800 _____ ; _____ ; _____ ; _____ ; _____ ; _____ (ii) 5640 to 6140 _____ ; _____ ; _____ ; _____ ; _____ ; _____ (iii) 7835 to 8335 _____ ; _____ ; _____ ; _____ ; _____ ; _____

18. Write the place value of the bold-red coloured digits:

(i) 7490

(ii) 8824

(iii) 5971

(iv) 8098

(v) 9252

(vi) 3675

19. Write ‘T’ for true and ‘F’ for false statement:

(i) The number just before 2301 is 4202.

(ii) 9999 is a four digit number

(iii) 4692 is less than 2634

(iv) By 1, 9, 5, 6 the smallest 4-digit number made is 5619.

(v) 100 tens are equal to 10,000

(vi) Third place from right in a number is called hundred’s place

(vii) 100 comes just after 99 so, it is called successor of 99.

20. Fill in the blanks:

(i) Write the first 4-digit number …………………………

(ii) Write the last 4-digit number …………………………

(iii) Smallest 4-digit number formed with 2, 0, 5, 8 is …………………………

(iv) Biggest 4-digit number formed with 5, 1, 2, 7 is …………………………

(v) Write the number which is 1000 less than 8989 …………………………

(v) Write the number which is 100 more than 932 …………………………

(vi) Write the predecessor of 7031 …………………………

21. Tick () the correct options:

(i) Eight thousand two hundred and nineteen is ……………

(a) 8391

(b) 8219

(c) 8029

(d) 8516

(ii) The number just before 7328 is ……………

(a) 7329

(b) 7327

(c) 7326

(d) 7325

(iii) The biggest number form by 2, 6, 9, 1 is ……………

(a) 6291

(b) 9621

(c) 1269

(d) 9612

(iv) 1995 is ……………

(a) One thousand and twenty four

(b) Six thousand two hundred and eleven

(c) One thousand nine hundred and ninety five

(d) One thousand and ninety five

Answer for the 3rd grade number worksheet is given below to check the exact answers of the above question.

1. (i) last

(ii) 6th

(iii) 9

(iv) 10, 100

(v) 999, 1000

2. (i) Two hundred five

(ii) Three hundred forty seven

(iii) Four hundred fifty nine

(iv) Nine hundred sixty eight

(v) Six hundred one

(vi) One hundred eight

(vii) Five hundred sixty three

(viii) Seven hundred thirty six

(ix) Seventy four

(x) Eight hundred seventy two

3. (i) 939

(ii) 707

(iii) 565

(iv) 373

(v) 119

(vi) 286

(vii) 429

(viii) 620

(ix) 77

(x) 859

4. (i) 501

(ii) 702

(iii) 1000

(iv) 433

(v) 124

(vi) 457

(vii) 988

(viii) 236

(ix) 359

(x) 645

(xi) 212

(xii) 865

5. (i) 119

(ii) 233

(iii) 318

(iv) 912

(v) 79

(vi) 477

(vii) 534

(viii) 636

(ix) 765

(x) 438

(xi) 99

(xii) 598

(xiii) 817

(xvi) 344

(xv) 999

6. (i) 600 + 30 + 9

(ii) 500 + 7

(iii) 400 + 60

(iv) 200 + 10 + 5

(v) 700 + 30 +8

7. (i) 997

(ii) 605

(iii) 156

(iv) 444

(v) 230

(vi) 77

(vii) 383

(viii) 569

8. (i) 9

(ii)98

(iii) 1000

(iv) 370

(v) 376

9. (i) 673 < 763

(ii) 568 > 468

(iii) 329 < 339

(vi) 807 > 800

(v) 455 < 555

(vi) 729 < 839

(vii) 946 > 649

(viii) 371 < 473

(ix) 567 > 476

(x) 059 < 159

(xi) 519 < 520

(xii) 1000 > 999

10. (i) 25, 182, 391, 431, 489

(ii) 96, 107, 483, 527, 708

(iii) 379, 739, 793, 937, 973

(iv) 305, 318, 343, 372, 389

(v) 399, 499, 599, 799, 999

11. (i) 6596

(ii) 5909

12. (i) Four thousand five hundred eighty

(ii) One thousand two hundred nineteen

13. (i) 2031

(ii) 3232

14. (i) 5287

(ii) 8993

15. (ii) 6017; 6019

(iii) 2314; 2316

(iv) 3675; 3677

(v) 5941; 5943

(vi) 7233; 7235

(vii) 9111; 9113

16. (i) Biggest Number: 9731;           Smallest Number: 1379

(ii) Biggest Number: 9876;           Smallest Number: 6789

(iii) Biggest Number: 5321;           Smallest Number: 1235

(iv) Biggest Number: 8741;           Smallest Number: 1478

17. (i) 2300, 2400, 2500, 2600, 2700, 2800

(ii) 5640, 5740, 5840, 5940, 6040, 6140

(iii) 7835, 7935, 8035, 8135, 8235, 8335

18. (i) 7 thousands

(ii) 8 hundreds

(iii) 7 tens

(iv) 9 tens

(v) 5 tens

(vi) 3 thousands

19. (i) F

(ii)T

(iii) F

(iv) F

(v) F

(vi) T

(vii) T

20. (i) 1000

(ii) 9999

(iii) 2058

(iv) 7521

(v) 7989

(v) 1032

(vi) 7030

21. (i) (b) 8219

(ii) (b) 7327

(iii) (b) 9621

(iv) (c) One thousand nine hundred and ninety five

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