Fraction and Decimal Drill Tests for 3rd Grade Students

Drill tests can be helpful in 3rd grade when used lightly, for fun memorization. However, they can also be intimidating to students who are not confident in their speed or accuracy. The following sites offer free resources for your child to practice fraction and decimal equations at home.

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Home School Math's Worksheets

These printable worksheets can help your 3rd grader master fractions and decimals. On the page designated for free 3rd grade math worksheets, you'll see that each category of math has a bold heading followed by links to pre-made PDF worksheets. Worksheets cover addition and subtraction for fractions and decimals. Other worksheets help kids practice converting one form to the other. All the worksheets come with answer sheets. None of them can be completed online.

In addition to fraction and decimal worksheets, your 3rd grader can use this site to review measuring, money, mental division and 2-digit subtraction. Worksheet generators are provided for each math unit, so after your child completes the pre-made math sheets, you can create fresh ones.

IXL's Online Math Practice

All the math units covered in 3rd grade math are listed here in order. Your child can practice answering problems from the 13 fraction topics or the nine decimal topics here. If you want to make these problems into drills or practice tests, you may want to set a timer and have your child aim to complete a certain number of questions in five or ten minutes.

Some of the available units include comparing and reducing fractions, understanding mixed numbers and placing fractions on a number line. Decimal units include adding and subtracting, understanding decimals expressed in words and converting fractions to decimals.

Shodor's Fraction Resources

If your child is a visual learner, these interactive fraction and decimal activities may be a fun way for him or her to practice math. One game asks kids to determine the locations of fractions as represented on a number line. A large, colorful graph is used to illustrate these problems. Another activity has kids finding three unique, equivalent fractions. All these exercises take place online and cannot be printed out.

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