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Mr. Greenspan
Grade 3
MARCH 2015
Homework
Name: ____________________________

Name: ___________________

Something Green

Think of something that is green. It can be an animal, a plant or an object. Write about the green thing
on the lines below. Where do we see it? What is it like? Is it used for something? Then in the box below draw
a picture of the green thing.
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Sweet Treats
Name _______________________________________

Date ________________

Look at each array.
Write a multiplication sentence.

____ x ____ = ____

____ x ____ = ____

____ x ____ = ____

____ x ____ = ____

____ x ____ = ____

____ x ____ = ____

____ x ____ = ____

____ x ____ = ____

____ x ____ = ____

____ x ____ = ____

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Multiplying using arrays

Name: _________________________________________

Date: _____________________________________

Divide 18 stars into groups of 3.
How many groups are there?

Divide 15 oranges into groups of 5. There are

18 ÷ 3 = ________

_______
5 oranges.
How manygroups
groupsofare
there?

15 ÷ 5 = ______

Divide the moons to show 12 ÷ 2 = ___,
Where the unknown represents the
How manyofgroups
are there?
Number
groups.

Group the suns to show 24 ÷ 6 = _______,
Where the unknown represents the number of
Groups.

How many groups are there?

1212 ÷÷2 = 2_____
= ______
How many groups are there? _______

How many groups are there? _______

24 ÷ 6 = _____

Name: _________________________________________

Date: _____________________________________

Divide 8 triangles into groups of 2. There are
_______ groups of 2 triangles.
How many groups are there?

Divide 12 stars into groups of 3.
12 ÷ 3 = ________

How many groups are there?

88 ÷÷22==_____
______

Divide the arrows to show 20 ÷ 5 = ___,
Where the unknown represents the
Number of groups.
How many groups are there?

2 ÷ 5 = ______
20 ÷ many
5 = _____
How
groups are there? _______

How
12
÷ 3 many
= _____groups

of stars? _____

Group the suns to show 24 ÷ 4 = _______,
Where the unknown represents the number of
Groups.
How many groups are there?

How many groups are there? _______
24 ÷ 4 = _____

Name: _________________

Date: ____________

Structures
Structures are very useful. They not only provide us with shelter, but they do
many other things as well. Structures are actually much more common than we
think. When most people think about structures, the first thing they think about
is a building, normally a tall office building. Well, structures are all around us, not
just the buildings, but the chairs and tables, the flagpole, the cars, structures are
everywhere. On top of that, structures are not just things that have been made
by people. Nature provides us with many structures as well. Trees are structures,
even a bee hive is a structure.
Look at the structures below, label each of the man-made structures with an “M”
and the natural structures with an “N”.

Make a list of three more natural structures and three more man-made structures.

Natural

Man-Made


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