Make math worksheets for children. The Math Worksheet Wizard is a simple-to-use tool for teachers and parents.

Third Grade Money Worksheets

In third grade, we are using any values up to ten dollars, pounds or euros, so prices could be as varied as $1.62 or $7.39. Like in previous grade levels, the children have a choice of math worksheets to choose from, including shopping cards for bingo or role-play, questions about buying stamps at a post office, calculating earnings from household chores during a month, and more. Your students will need to use all their arithmetic skills to answer these questions correctly!

Related pages in Money:

Kindergarten | Grade 1 | Grade 2 | Grade 4 | Grade 5

Related pages in this year group:

Grade 3 Arithmetic | Grade 3 Measurement | Grade 3 Time


Choose your currency

All the worksheets you create will be based on the currency you choose here:

U.S British Euros
US Presidential Dollar British Pound One Euro
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Shopping Cards

Shopping Cards

Make a page of shopping cards. Print a page of 16 random cards with food items and prices on. All the prices are randomly generated up to a value of five dollars, pounds or euros. Cut out the cards and use them in shopping role-plays, or play a unique version of bingo with the sheet as it is.


Counting Change - Calculate the change from 5 or 10 dollars, etc.

Counting Change

These math worksheets contain three two-part questions about money. In each question, there is a child with either 5 or 10 dollars, pounds or euros who makes some purchases at a food stall. Your students need to find the sum of the food bought, then work out the change. An example of the questions on this worksheet are:

David ate 9 bananas. Each one cost 15¢. How much did David spend? How much change did he get from $5.00?


Counting Change 2 - Random prices are usually higher than above.

Counting Change 2

Like the Counting Change worksheets above, this wizard generates two-part questions about money. This time the items are a little more costly and therefore more challenging than those in part one. Can you children still work out the totals and change? An example of the questions on this worksheet is:

In a sale, David bought a battery for $3.30 and a cap for $4.80. How much did he spend in total? He had $1.90 left. How much did he have to start with?


Post Office Problems - Calculate the cost of sending mail.

Post Office Problems

The questions generated by this math wizard are about buying stamps for letters and parcels. Your children will need to calculate the cost of multiple stamps and the how much it would cost to send parcles of different weights.

It costs 70¢ to send a 500g parcel. How much would it cost to send a 1.5kg parcel?


Make a Meal - Work out the cost of your lunch.

Make a Meal

This worksheet wizard generates a menu with random prices assigned to each item of food. Your students need to choose what they would like from the menu, then find the total cost.


Calendar Spending - Mixing money with dates.

Calendar Spending

This worksheet wizard makes math worksheets with questions based on a calendar. Your children will need a full calendar to refer to in order to answer the questions. An example of the questions on this worksheet is:

Paul spent 60¢ on sandwiches every Friday during September. How much did he spend in total?