# 3rd Grade Common Core: 3.OA.4

Common Core Identifier: 3.OA.4 / Grade: 3
Curriculum: Operations And Algebraic Thinking: Represent And Solve Problems Involving Multiplication And Division.
Detail: Determine the unknown whole number in a multiplication or division equation relating three whole numbers. For example, determine the unknown number that makes the equation true in each of the equations 8 x ? = 48, 5 = ? / 3, 6 x 6 = ?.
40 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Determine the missing factor for each multiplication fact.
Missing dividend problems (6s only); Illustration of banana, guava fruit, apple, and carrot.
Find the missing dividends for these basic division facts.
Complete these multiplication and division number families.  Includes basic facts for up to 9.
Complete these multiplication and division number families.  Includes facts for 0 - 12.
Balance these equations and solve for x. These equations have addition, subtraction, and multiplication.
Complete the multiplication number bonds. Then write a fact in the space provided.
Another page of multiplication-division fact family triangles.
This document has four miniature multiplication tables on a single page. Cut them out for your kids to use as a reference tool.
Use the array illustrations to find and solve basic division facts.
This PDF has a blank multiplication table (up to 12) that students can fill in.
Print out this page so your students can practice division facts on this cut and glue worksheet.
Write the answers to these multiplication facts on this printable caterpillar worksheet. These multiplication problems all have factors of 12 or less.
Students fill in the missing numbers for each number bond. Then write the multiplication fact shown by each model.
Practice basic division facts with these triangular fact family cards.
Write the correct set of fact family problems in each house.
Here is a different style chart. It has all facts listed. Answers not included.
Answer the questions for each array, and find the division fact for each.
This chart is partly filled in, but student have to fill in the remaining boxes.
On these daily math printables, your students will solve some division and multiplication problems, find the area of some rectangles, complete the in and out boxes, and compare numbers.
Another worksheet with factor-factor-product boxes for students to solve.  Includes facts for 0 - 12.
Enjoy colouring in this illustration of the escutcheon.
This is just like the chart above, but this version does show products.
Solve these basic multiplication facts. Then cut out and glue the correct answer to the boxes.
This multiplication table has number 0 through 12 on the X and Y axis, but the numbers aren't in order.
Complete the bar models (aka bar diagrams or tape diagrams) and write the multiplication fact for each.
Use multiplication or division to figure out the missing number in each factor-factor-product box.  Includes facts for 0 - 9.
A unicorn, a bison, a beaver, and a horse can all be found on this full-colour coat of arms.
Complete the multiplication-division fact family triangles.
Why do sharks swim only in salt water? To see the solution to the riddle, find the missing dividend for each basic multiplication fact.
Multiplication-division fact families; Give three numbers, students write 4 basic facts
Scissors and a glue stick are needed for this multiplication worksheet. Cut out the number boxes on the page and glue them to the appropriate box.
This is a complete, full-page multiplication chart with all boxes filled in.
Write a fact family for each array shown.
List the proper factors of the given numbers. Proper factors are factors of a number, excluding the number itself.
Unscramble the digits in each box to create a basic fact.
Unscramble each set of digits to create basic multiplication facts.
Another worksheet with fact family houses to complete.
Cut out the tiles at the bottom of the page. Glue the tiles into the boxes to make correct multiplication facts.
Use basic multiplication and division to solve these frames and arrows puzzles.
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