# CBSE Class 3 Mathematics Worksheets

CBSE Class 3 Mathematics Worksheets is about the practice problems for Class 3 Students. Here you can find out Model Questions for Class 3 Mathematics.

CBSE Class 3 Mathematics/Worksheets
Extra Questions for Practice/Model Questions
Choose the correct answer from the options given below:

1. 5m = ———- cm
A. 50
B. 500
C. 5000
2. 3 more than 8 is —————-
A. 5
B. 10
C. 11
3. The place value of 5 in 4567 is ————–
A. 5
B. 50
C. 500
4. The smallest 4 digit number is —————
A. 1000
B. 1111
C. 9999
5. Which is the smaller number?
A. 7008
B. 8007
C. 7080
Fill in the blanks:
6. The face value of 7 in 78965 is —————
7. The number name of 50430 is ————–
8. The smallest 4 digit number that can be formed using the digits 3, 0, 8, 1
9. Shapes that can be drawn on plane surfaces is called ————-
10. The number of faces of a cylinder is ———-
11. Find the sum of greatest 4 digit number and smallest 4 digit number?
12. Write the number 987065 in standard form and write its number name?
13. Arrange the numbers in ascending order:
43657, 43567, 43765, 45763
14. Manu had 6 chocolates and Deepu had 14 chocolates. Find the total number of chocolates they had?
15. Classify the following as 2D and 3D shapes:
Sphere, Cone, Circle, Triangle, Cube, Cuboid, Square, Rectangle

1. 500
2. 11
3. 500
4. 1000
5. 7008
6. 7
7. Fifty thousand four hundred thirty
8. 1038
9. 2D shapes
10. 3
11. Greatest 4 digit number = 9999
Smallest 4 digit number 1000
Sum = 9999 + 1000 = 10999
12. 9, 87,065 is the standard form
Number name is Nine lakh eighty seven thousand sixty five.
13. Ascending order means arrangement from smallest to greatest.
43567, 43657, 43765, 45763
14. Total number of chocolates = 6 + 14 = 20 chocolates
15. 2D shapes are Circle, Triangle, Rectangle and Square
3D shapes are Sphere, Cone, Cube and Cuboid