# Interactive Math Quizzes for Grade 3

Investing in your child or student’s math development has never been easier. Math Play 4 Kids offers a series of quiz games at the 3rd Grade level to help students excel at their math skills while having fun. The math games, which are all free to access and available to print, provide a resource for students to practice and improve in the following areas: addition, decimals, subtraction, division, and much more. Learners will be challenged by the quizzes to add numbers in the thousands with numbers in the millions, add multiple 3-digit numbers together, and add decimals with other decimals. Students will also feel supported throughout the learning process as the quizzes are formatted to provide ample room for showing work and learning. Decimals will further be investigated in quiz games that illustrate decimal numbers using graphs, and let students draw out decimals from least to greatest and vice versa. The quizzes all offer variances in formatting that go above and beyond what can be found in traditional textbooks. The division quizzes, for example, are presented in visual formats where students can divide using picture aides. As well, word puzzles challenge the minds of students even further by enhancing their comprehension along with their math capabilities. By the end of the quizzes, students will be better able to divide numbers by 1, 2, and 3, understand how to divide using remainders, and so much more. Further quiz games are also available that provide space for students to practice solving for missing variables, rounding to the nearest tenth, hundredth or thousandth, as well as playfully identifying the nearest ten on a number line. Quizzes that pertain to more challenging concepts, such as fractions, are also available and can save teachers ample time in developing an effective development plan. Many quizzes are available that test converting fractions to ratios and converting decimals to and from fractions. Students will not tire of the more difficult content either as the games come in a variety of formats, such as written puzzles and illustrations of math concepts. Real world skills are also developed with the money games. Students can improve their adding and subtracting skills while pretending to grocery shop, utilizing life-like images of bills to make the game more real. The quiz games are an ideal addition to help students at the 3rd grade level grow their skillset and become more excited to learn. All the quizzes are printable and free to use, and can be a significant resource for any parent, tutor, or teacher to supplement gaps in learning and diversify their lesson plans. If you are sharing the quiz games, we ask that you please credit Mathplay4kids and link back to our website where possible.