These summer multiplication word problems are the latest addition to our ongoing series of 3rd grade math worksheets. You will find that these worksheets coincide with common core guidelines for this grade’s school year.
These worksheets provide great practice for those transitioning from third to fourth grade. And they even provide some fun multiplication insight for second graders moving into their next school year. They are another engaging resource to review multiplication over summer break so students won’t experience the summer slide.
Examples of the word problems within these worksheets include:
- Popsicles come in packages of 2 and 8 packages are in a box. How many popsicles are in a box?
- It takes Jane 6 minutes to blow up a float. If she needs to blow up 7 floats, how long will it take?
- Bob hit 3 home runs in each of 5 games. How many home runs did Bob hit?
- Leon is selling 11 glasses of lemonade each hour. If he stays open for 5 hours, how many glasses will he sell?
Summer Multiplication Word Problems
Looking for more engaging ways to keep your student ahead of the summer’s math curve? You might like these summer mystery grid coloring pages.
Also check out these printable summer mazes for kids!