3rd Grade Multiplication Test with Answer Guide

If you need to help your child prepare for a 3rd grade multiplication test, you may want to make flashcards or use worksheets that cover times tables for numbers one through 12. Some websites also offer free math quizzes.

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Self-Correcting Quizzes from Multiplication.com

If your 3rd grader is preparing for a multiplication test at school, one of the ways you can help is to present him with these free, self-correcting quizzes. These quizzes allow your child to simulate the real testing environment, without the stress of the school environment. The quizzes are categorized according to which numbers are multiplied, so you can isolate problem areas. The quizzes also tend to be short, so your child can review in a relatively short amount of time to avoid frustration and boredom.

You can also find math games, which can engage children's interest in other activities (such as drawing or racecars) while reviewing math in a non-academic way. Encourage your child to use the dozens of free, interactive games here in the weeks leading up to a test, rather than for cramming the night before.

Worksheets and Tests from FreeMathTest.com

Here you'll find both online and printable multiplication resources. Under the 'Fundamental Math' header, you can find practice for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Once you select multiplication, you'll see a list of number ranges. You can decide to create a quiz or worksheet with limited numbers, such as 1-5, 5-20 or 100-499. Whatever your 3rd grader's current level, you can find an appropriate number range.

Flashcards and Worksheets from MathFactCafe.com

Your child can also use online multiplication flashcards and worksheets. These worksheets all come with answer keys, and if you want, you can also print them out. If you choose to have your child complete them online, he or she will be able to view the instant corrections onscreen. If you print them out, you may need to mark them with a red pen, using the answer key as a guide. This site divides math concepts by grade, so you can start by looking for 3rd grade, and then scroll down to find multiplication-related tools.

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