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## Subtraction Word Problems 3rd Grade up to 4-digit numbers

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## Subtraction Word Problems 3rd Grade

Subtraction problems 3-digit and 4-digit numbers.

Each sheet consists of a range of 5 or 6 subtraction word problems.

There is a space on each sheet for working out using an appropriate method.

We have split the 3-digit subtraction worksheets up into word problems with and without regrouping.

Using these sheets will help your child to:

- subtract numbers with 3-digit and 4-digit numbers;
- solve subtraction word problems with and without regrouping.
- select the appropriate information needed to solve a subtraction problem.
- learn the language used in subtraction - difference, how many left, how many more, how many fewer, etc.

## 3-digit Subtraction Word Problems

There are two versions of each of the 3-digit subtraction sheets.

The first version (version A) contains problems where no regrouping is needed.

The second version (version B) contains similar problems but regrouping is needed to solve most of them.

Sheets 1A, 1B, 2A and 2B involve straightforward word problems with one number to subtract from another.

Sheets 3A and 3B are trickier sheets which involve selecting the correct information to use for the subtraction from a table.

- 3-Digit Subtraction Word Problems 1A (no regrouping)
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## 4-Digit Subtraction Word Problems

These problems are similar to those above but involve 4-digit numbers up to 10,000.

Sheets 1 and 2 involve straightforward word problems with one number to subtract from another.

Sheet 3 is trickier and involves selecting the correct information to use from a table.

- 4-Digit Subtraction Word Problems Sheet 1
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## Subtraction word problems for 3rd grade

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## 20 Word Problems For Year 3: Develop Their Problem Solving Skills Across Single and Mixed KS2 Topics

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Word problems for Year 3 are an important tool for improving number fluency. The key focus in maths in Year 3 of primary school is on ensuring pupils are becoming more fluent with number facts and the concept of place value. Children are starting to develop more efficient written methods by this stage and are beginning to carry out calculations with increasingly larger whole numbers.

As children progress through school, they are exposed to a wider variety of problem solving questions covering a range of concepts. In Year 3 maths these include the four operations, fractions, measures and statistics.

It is important that children are regularly exposed to reasoning and problem solving questions, alongside the fluency work each lesson. It is also important to remember that all children need exposure to reasoning and problem solving questions, not just the higher attaining pupils who finish quickest.

We have put together a collection of 20 word problems, aimed at Year 3 pupils.

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In Year 3, pupils focus on one-step problems, covering a range of topics across the National Curriculum. At this stage the majority of word problems pupils are tackling will have one-step, but they may also start to be introduced to simple two-step word problems. Here is a breakdown of topics that will be covered and expectations in Year 3.

Solve number problems and practical problems involving recognising the place value of each digit of a 3-digit number; comparing and ordering numbers up to 1000 and identifying, representing and estimating numbers using different representations.

Solve problems, including missing number problems, using number facts, place value and more complex addition and subtraction word problems .

Solve problems, including missing number problems, involving multiplication and division, including positive integer scaling problems and correspondence problems

Solve problems involving counting in tenths; recognising unit and non-unit fractions; recognising equivalent fractions and adding/ subtracting fractions with the same denominator.

Solve problems involving length, volume and mass; adding and subtracting within money word problems ; perimeter and problems involving time.

Solve-step and two-step questions (For example, ‘How many more?’ and ‘How many fewer’?) using information presented in scaled bar charts, pictograms and tables.

By Year 3, children are starting to learn how to use some of the formal written methods of addition and subtraction. It is important that the link between maths in school and maths in real-life continues to be made. Word problems are a key element in helping pupils to make this link.

When teaching maths problems to Year 3, it’s important to think of ways to make them fun, engaging and something the children are able to relate to. This might include acting out the problem, using concrete resources and providing visual images, to bring the problems to life.

## Benefits of pairs, groups and class discussion

Children should have plenty of opportunity to talk in pairs, groups and as a whole class, to share their understanding of what is being asked and their strategies for solving the problem. As with Key Stage One, the use of manipulatives is important and all children should have access to a range of maths resources when solving problems like this.

Pupils need to be encouraged to read word problems carefully and to make sure they understand what is being asked, before attempting to tackle the problem. This is where the use of a partner and group discussion can really help children’s understanding. Students then need to think about what they already know and how they can use this to help them answer the question. Where appropriate, pupils should also be encouraged to draw diagrams and pictures to help them solve the question.

Here is an example:

Mason needs 4 apples to make an apple pie.

If he has 28 apples. How many apple pies can he make?

How to solve:

What do you already know?

- We know 4 apples are needed to make an apple pie.
- We are told how many apples Mason has in total, so we must have to divide the total number by 4.
- In year 3, children should be building confidence with multiplication and division facts for the 4 times table, so some will be able to quickly recall these facts to solve the problem.
- Children who aren’t apple to recall quickly could use counters to represent the apples, or draw a bar model to help solve it.

How can this be drawn/represented pictorially?

We can draw a bar model or counters to represent this problem:

- To calculate how pies the 28 apples will make, we can either use or draw 28 counters and put them into groups of 4. We can see that 28 counters will make 7 groups of 4.
- Using the bar model, we can keep adding 4 to the bar until we reach 28. From the bar we can see that 7 x 4 = 28.
- 7 apple pies can be made from the 28 apple pies that Mason has.

In Year 3, pupils are exposed to a range of addition word problems , including problems involving mental addition and addition of up to 3-digits using formal written methods.

See also: Mental maths Year 3

## Addition question 1

A family driving on holiday, travel 146 miles from home to the first service station.

They then drive a further 175 miles to reach their destination.

How far have they travelled altogether?

Answer (1 mark): 321 miles

146 + 175 = 321

## Addition question 2

Evie is buying a bottle of drink from a vending machine. She has put in 40p. The vending machine shows she still needs to put in £1.25.

How much is the bottle of drink?

Answer (1 mark): £1.65

125p + 40p = 165p

## Addition question 3

Jamie scored 643 on his new online game.

Jared scored 468.

How many points did they score between them?

Answer (1 mark): 1111 points

643 + 468 = 1111

At Third Space Learning we often tie word problems into our one-to-one online tuition. With each programme personalised to the needs of each individual student, children are able to develop their problem solving skills, maths fluency and grow confidence in maths.

Subtraction word problems in Year 3 also need to comprise of a combination of mental calculation questions and those involving formal written subtraction up to 3-digits. Children should also be starting to estimate answers and check their calculations by using the inverse.

## Subtraction question 1

Ahmed collects 374 stickers.

He needs 526 stickers to fill his sticker album.

How many more stickers does he need to collect?

Answer (1 mark): 152 stickers

526 – 374 = 152

## Subtraction question 2

A bag of carrots weigh 360g

A bag of tomatoes weighs 235g.

How much heavier is the bag of carrots?

Answer (1 mark): 125g

360 – 235 = 125

## Subtraction question 3

Ahmed buys a bag of sweets for £1.45.

He has a £2 coin. How much change will he get?

Answer (1 mark): 55p

200 – 145 or count up from £1.45 to £2

By the end of Year 3, pupils should be able to recall and use multiplication facts for the 3, 4 and 8 times table. They should also be starting to progress to using the formal written method for solving multiplication word problems involving 2 digits multiplied by a 1-digit number.

## Multiplication question 1

It costs £7 for a cinema ticket

Amber’s mum pays for Amber and her 3 friends.

How much does she pay for all the tickets?

Answer (1 mark): £28

7 x 4 = 28

## Multiplication question 2

5 mini buses are used to take Year 3 pupils on a school trip.

Each minibus transports 15 children.

How many children go on the school trip?

Answer (1 mark): 75 children

15 x 5 = 75

## Multiplication question 3

There are 24 questions on a word problems worksheet.

A group of 8 children each complete the worksheet.

How many questions will the teacher be marking?

Answer (1 mark): 112 questions

24 x 8 = 112

In Year 3, pupils will need to learn the division facts for the 3, 4 and 8 multiplication tables. At this stage, pupils are required to learn the formal method for division, division word problems will involve mainly mental calculations.

## Division question 1

6 children share 18 cookies between them.

How many cookies does each child get?

Answer (1 mark): 3 cookies

## Division question 2

The school choir needs to travel to the concert hall.

There are 32 children in the choir and parents have been asked to help transport the children.

Each parent is able to take 4 children in their car. How many cars will be needed to get all the children to the concert?

Answer (1 mark): 8 cars

32 ÷ 4 = 8

## Division question 3

Cakes come in packs of 4.

If Jessica needs 36 cakes for her party, how many packs does she need to buy?

Answer (1 mark): 9 packs

In Year 3 pupils are exposed to a range of fraction word problems , including questions involving counting up and down in tenths; equivalent fractions and adding/subtracting fractions with the same denominator.

## Fraction question 1

Jude had 28 sweets.

He gave \frac{1}{4} of his sweets to his little sister.

How many did he have left?

Answer (1 mark): 21 sweets

\frac{1}{4} of 28 = 7

\frac{3}{4} of 28 = 21 or 28 – 7 = 21

## Fraction question 2

Khalifa ate \frac{2}{8} of the chocolate bar and Abdulrahman ate \frac{3}{8} of it.

How much chocolate did they have left?

Answer (1 mark): \frac{3}{8}

\frac{2}{8} + \frac{3}{8} = \frac{5}{8} eaten

\frac{8}{8} – \frac{5}{8} = \frac{3}{8}

## Fraction question 3

Molly ate half of a pizza and Rosie ate \frac{3}{6} .

Who ate the most?

Answer (1 mark): They both ate the same amount

\frac{3}{6} is equivalent to \frac{1}{2} .

In Year 3 time word problems may be incorporated into maths problem solving. Students are expected to know time vocabulary, be able to compare time in terms of seconds, minutes and hours and know how many seconds are in a minute and minutes are in an hour.

## Time question 1

The Smith family are driving to the beach.

They leave at 9:05am and arrive at 9:50am.

How long does the journey take them?

Answer (1 mark): 45 minutes

50 – 5 = 45 or count up from 9:05 to 9:50 = 45

## Time question 2

Holly puts her cake in the oven at 4:22pm and takes it out again at 4:47.

How long is the cake baking for?

Answer (1 mark): 25 minutes

47 – 22 = 25 or count up from 4:22 to 4:47

When children first move into lower Key Stage 2, word problems are predominantly one-step. As they become more confident they can be exposed to more word problems, requiring a second step or multi-step word problems .

## Multi-step question 1

Oliver had 3 bags of sweets.

Each bag contained 15 sweets.

If he shared the sweets between him and 4 friends, how many sweets would they all 5 of them get?

Answer (2 marks): 9 sweets

3 x 15 = 45

45 ÷ 5 = 9

## Multi-step question 2

A teacher photocopies 95 maths worksheets and 80 English worksheets in one week.

Teachers can print a maximum of 300 worksheets per week.

How many can the teacher print for other subjects.

Answer (2 marks): 125 worksheets

95 + 80 = 175

300 – 175 = 125

## Multi-step question 3

Three friends go trick or treating. They add all their sweets together and share them out, so they all have an equal number of sweets.

If Ben gets 34 sweets, Sophie gets 28 and Maisie gets 22 sweets. How many will they each get, once they have put them together and shared them out?

Answer (2 marks): 28 sweets each

34 + 28 + 22 = 84 sweets

84 ÷ 3 = 28

We hope that this collection of word problems for Year 3 becomes a useful resource in your Year 3 maths classroom. For more Year 3 maths resources, take a look at our library of Year 3 maths worksheets .

Third Space Learning also offers a wide array of maths and word problems resources for other year groups such as word problems for year 6 , word problems for Year 5 and word problems for year 4 . Our practice word problems cover all four operations and include more specific topics such as percentage word problems and ratio word problems .

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These lesson slides guide pupils through the prior learning of using the inverse, before moving on to the main skill of making decisions to solve problems.

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These lesson slides guide pupils through the prior learning of adding and subtracting 1s, 10s and 100s from 3-digit numbers, before moving on to the main skill of exploring connections between calculations through related facts.

Add and Subtract 1s – Teaching PowerPoint

These lesson slides guide pupils through the prior learning of adding 1s to a 2-digit number, before moving on to the main skill of adding 1s to 3-digit numbers.

Complements to 100 – Teaching PowerPoint

These lesson slides guide pupils through the prior learning of using multiples of 10, before moving on to the main skill of finding and creating complements to 100.

Add and Subtract 10s – Teaching PowerPoint

These lesson slides guide pupils through the prior learning of finding ten more and ten less, before moving on to the main skill of using number bonds to and within 10 and related facts to add and subtract 10s.

Apply Number Bonds within 10 – Teaching PowerPoint

These lesson slides guide pupils through the prior learning of finding number bonds to 10, before moving on to the main skill of applying number bonds within 10 to related facts.

Apply Number Bonds within 10 – Discussion Problems

This worksheet includes a discussion problem that can be used in pairs or in small groups to enable pupils to further their understanding of the concepts linked to applying number bonds within 10 to related facts.

Apply Number Bonds within 10 – Extension

This worksheet includes a range of varied fluency and reasoning and problem solving questions for pupils to further extend and practise the main skill of applying number bonds within 10 to related facts.

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This worksheet includes a range of varied fluency questions for pupils to practise the main skill of applying number bonds within 10 to related facts.

Apply Number Bonds within 10 – Reasoning and Problem Solving

This worksheet includes a range of reasoning and problem solving questions for pupils to practise the main skill of applying number bonds within 10 to related facts.

Make Decisions – Homework Extension

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Inverse Operations – Extension

This worksheet includes a range of varied fluency and reasoning and problem solving questions for pupils to further extend and practise the main skill of making connections.

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Make Decisions – Reasoning and Problem Solving

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The answer to a subtraction problem is called the difference. The value being subtracted is called the subtrahend, and the value from which the subtrahend is being subtracted is called the minuend.

The six steps of problem solving involve problem definition, problem analysis, developing possible solutions, selecting a solution, implementing the solution and evaluating the outcome. Problem solving models are used to address issues that...

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3 examples of Year 3 subtraction word problems: · Jimmy buys a sausage roll that costs 65p. He pays with a £2 coin. How much change should he get? · Tom buys a

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Here you will find our selection of Subtraction Word Problems 3rd Grade which will help your child learn to solve subtraction problems using numbers up to 4

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Differentiated three ways. This worked well for the HA year 3s and LA-MA year 4s in my mixed year 3/4 maths group.

Differentiation: Questions 1, 4 and 7 (Reasoning). Developing Find the odd one out when subtracting 3-digit numbers from

Questions 3, 6 and 9 (Problem Solving). Developing Complete the missing numbers in a subtraction which does not involve any exchanges. Pictorial support

3. Add and subtract numbers with up to three digits, using formal written.

Year 3 Maths Word Problems in the National Curriculum · Place value · Addition and subtraction · Multiplication and division · Fractions and decimals · Measurement.

Each small step contains a range of resources including a teaching PowerPoint, varied fluency worksheets, reasoning and problem solving worksheets, homework or

Questions 3, 6 and 9 (Problem Solving). Developing Solve and compare calculations involving adding and subtracting multiples of. 100 to and from 3-digit numbers