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# Mathematics Homework Activities - CBC Grade 3

## QUESTIONS

NUMBERS 1.1
Ordinal numbers Exercise

1. ............................................is the sixth day of the week.
2. August is the............................................month of the year
3. The fifth month of the year is ............................................
4. Uhuru Kenyatta is the ............................................president of Kenya
5. The last day of the week is ............................................
6. The fastest animal on earth is ............................................
7. The deputy head teacher is the............................................senior staff in a school
8. Which number comes after seventeen ............................................
9. The biggest number in a phone key board is ............................................
10. November is the............................................ month of the year.

1.2 Whole numbers
Exercise 2
Counting forward and backward
Write six more and six less

1.  50 56 62 605 563 821 78 943

Fill in the following digits in their correct place value

1. 5619=
............................................thousands
............................................hundreds
............................................tens
............................................ones
2. 3427 =
............................................thousands
............................................hundreds
............................................tens
............................................ones
3. What is the place value of digit 4 in the figures
1. 6435
2. 7642
3. 4001

Writing these numbers in words

1. 67 ............................................
2. 234 ............................................
3. 781 ............................................
4. 985 ............................................

Read and write the following numbers in symbols

1. Thirty eight ............................................
2. Eight hundred and six ............................................
3. Six hundred and fifty eight ............................................
4. Two hundred and four ............................................

Number pattern

1. 50, 60, 70, 80, ............................................
2. 7, 14, 21, 28, ............................................
3. 100, 95. 90, 85, ............................................
4. 700, 650, 600, 550, ............................................

Write the missing numbers in the patterns

1. 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39 ............................................
2. 205, 210, 215, 225, ............................................
3. 80, 70, 50, 40, ............................................
4. 444, 134, 424, 414, 404, ............................................

1.3 Fractions
Exercise 3
Write 1/2, 1/4 or 1/8 in the following.

1.
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2. ............................................

3. ............................................

4. ............................................

1. 1/8
2. 1/2
3. 1/4
4. Below is half an orange. If cut through the line you will get?

Exercise 4
Work out the following

1. 326 + 451 = ...................................
2. 672 + 205 = ...................................
3. 648 + 238 = ...................................
4. 342 + 464 = ...................................
5. 812 + 178 = ...................................
6. 456 + 278 = ...................................
7. 367 + 228 = ...................................
8. 763 + 409 = ...................................
9. Kiraitu had 673 goats he bought 238 more. How manu goats does he have altogether?
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10. The cost of a bag is Shs.345. If the price rises with 39 shilling, what is the new cost?
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11. A village has 432 men and 558 women. What is the total number of people in the village?
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12. In a show 279 boys and 432 girls attended. How many were there all?
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Exercise 5

1. 6 + 4 + 5 = ..................................
2. 9 + 2 + 9 = ..................................
3. 15 +10 + 23 = ..................................
4. 40 + 17 + 24 = ..................................
5. 45 + 22 + 38 = ..................................
6. 67 + 34 + 30 = ..................................
7. Three strings of 15m, 13metre and 26metres were joined together. What is the new size?
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8. There were 45 pupils in grade one 34 pupils in grade two and 36 pupils in grade three. How many pupils were in total?
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9. In a library there were 45 story books, 60maths books and 8 cartoon books. How many books were they altogether?
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10. In a town there 22 green cars, 13 yellow pick-ups and 56 Blue Lorries. How many vehicles were there in that town?
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11. A farmer had 88 cows, 12 goats and 6 sheep in his farm. What is the total number of the animals in the farm?
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12. Lucy has 426 mangoes and 138 oranges. How many fruits does she have altogether?
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Exercise 6
Complete the pattern

1. 2, 4, 6, 8,..................................
2. 6, 12, 18, 24, 30 ..................................
3. 45, 50, 55, 60,..................................
4. 11, 22, 33, 44, 55 ..................................
5. 20,30 .............50,...............70

Fill in the missing number

1.  234 + ........... = 424
2. 142 + ........... = 608
3. 545 + ...........= 875
4. ........... + 403 = 600
5. ...........+ 330 = 780
6. There were 120 litres of water in a tank. How many litres are needed to fill it, if it can hold 200litres?
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7. A train carries 800 people. If 456 passengers bourded, how many are left?
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8. Kiin had 450 Shillings in his pocket. If he wanted to save 990 Shillings, how much is left?
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1.5 Subtraction
Exercise 7
Work out the following

1. 728 - 136 = .................
2. 842 - 131 = .................
3. 547 - 106 = .................
4.
5. Subtract 344 from 549 = .................
6. Timo had 251 oranges. He gave away 39 oranges. How many oranges was he left with?
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7. Mr. Allan had 567 cows. He sold 218 cows. How many cows was he left with?
...................................................
8. Chebet bought 789 pieces of sugarcane. She gave out 496 pieces to some children. How many pieces of sugarcane was she left with?
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9. There were 835 books in a library, 129 books were collected. How many were left?
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10. Lucy had 770 Shillings in her pockets. She bought a dre33 of 490 shillings. How much was she left with?
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Work out the missing numbers

1. 564 - ........... = 300
2. 456 - ........... = 302
3. 829 - ........... = 123
4. ........... - 59  = 320
5. ........... - 208 = 450

1.6 Multiplication
Work out
Exercise 8

1. 7 + 7 + 7 + 7
........... x ...........  = ...........
2. 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 + 3
........... x ........... = ...........

3. ........... x ........... = ...........

4. ........... x ........... = ...........
5. 4 x 3 = ...........
6. 6 x 2 = ...........
7. 8 x 4 = ...........
8. 5 x 5 = ...........
9. 9 x 4 = ...........
10. 7 x 6 = ...........
11. In a class there were 6 rows of desks. Each row had 4 desks. How many desks are there in that class?
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12. A packet contains 6 pencils. How many pencils will be contained in 5 such packets?
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13. A dog has 7 puppies. How many puppies do 3 such dogs have?
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14. A pencil costs Shs.8, what is the cost of 5 pencils?
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15. A truck has 6 wheels. How many wheels do seven trucks have?
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1.7 Division
Exercise 9
Use the numbers in the triangle to write a division and multiplication sum

30 ÷ 5 = 6
30 ÷ 6 = 5
5 x 6 = 30

1. ........... ÷ ........... = ...........
........... ÷ ........... = ...........
........... x ........... = ...........

2. ........... ÷ ........... = ...........
........... ÷ ........... = ...........
........... x ........... = ...........
3. 20 ÷ 4 = ...........
4. 24 ÷ 6 = ...........
5. 36 ÷ 9 = ...........
6. 32 ÷ 4 = ...........
7. 48 ÷ 8 = ...........
8. Share 12 oranges among 4 boys ...........
9. A rope is 20 metres long it was cut into 5 pieces. How long was one piece? ...........
10. A packet has 24 crayons. If it was shared by 4 girls, how many will each get? ...........

2.0 MEASUREMENT

Exercise 10
Answer the questions using the map above

1. What is the distance from house to the garden? ............................
2. How far is house from latrine ............................
3. How far is latrine from cloth line ............................
4. Tony walked from the garden to the latrine through the cloth line. He covered ............................ metres.
5. Which distance is shorter, from house to the cloth line or from house to the garden? ............................
6. How far is the cloth line to the house through the latrine ............................
7. What is 424 m + 45m = ............................
8. What is 564 m + 270m = ............................
9. 360m + 126 m = ............................
10. 420 m + 321 m = ............................
11. 672m - 156m = ............................
12. 420 m - 321 m = ............................
13. What is the approximate length of the classroom?
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14. What is the approximate height of your teacher?
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15. What is the approximate height of a flag post?
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2.2 Mass
Exercise 11

1. Add 9kg + 14kg = ............................
2. 340kg + 140kg = ............................
3. 694kg - 234kg = ............................
4. Subtract 32kg from 124kg  = ............................
5. 432Kg + 209 kg = ............................
6. 552Kg - 346Kg = ............................
7. 801 kg + 459 Kg = ............................
8. 420 m - 321 m = ............................
9. A pickup was carrying 345 kg of Unga; 205Kg of Rice was added. What is the new weight?
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10. In a store there were 450K of maize. 238Kg were sold. How many Kg was left?
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2.4 Time
Exercise 12
Tell time on clock face below Using past or to

1. ........................................................

2. ........................................................

3. ........................................................
4. How many days are there in 3 weeks?
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5. How many minutes are there in one hour?
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6. How many weeks are there in 42 days?
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7. Hour  min
2     20
+ 1     15

8. Hour  min
6     35
+  2    20

9. Hour  min
6      45
- 2      23

10. Hour  min
7      53
+ 1      26

11. Two lessons took 1hour 20minutes and 1hour 12 minutes. How long did both take?
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2.5 Money
Exercise 12

1. How many 10 shilling coins make 50Shilling?
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2. Atieno had two twenty shillings coin and one ten shillings coin. How much does she have in total?
Use the price list below Items
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3. What is the cost of Unga and salt?
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4. If John bought Sugar with 200Shillings note,. how much was he given as change?
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5. What is the cost of tea leave and sugar?
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6.   Shs  cts
23  50
+ 65 20

7.   Shs  cts
340  80
- 120  60

8. How many fifty shilling notes make 500 shillings?
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9. If the cost of a pencil is 40 shillings, how many pencils would a 100 shilling buy?
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10. Terry was given Shs.600 by her aunt. She spent Shs.450 and saved the rest. How much did she save?
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## MARKING SCHEME

Numbers
Exercise 1

1. Saturday
2. May
3. 4th
4. Sunday
5. Cheetah
6. Second
7. 18
8. 9
9. 11th

Exercise 2

1. 599, 611
557, 569
815, 827
72, 84
937, 949
2. 5,6,1,9
3. 3,4,2,7 4.
4.
1. Hundreds
2. Tens
3. Thousands
5. Sixty seven
6. Two hundred and Thirty four
7. Seven hundred and eighty one
8. Nine hundred and eight five
9. 38
10. 806
11. 658
12. 204
13. 90
14. 35
15. 80
16. 500
17. 40
18. 230
19. 30
20. 394

Exercise 3

1. 1/4
2. 1/8
3. 1/4
4. 1/4
5. 1/2
6. 1/8
7. 1/2
8. 1/4
9. 1/4

Exercise 4

1. 777
2. 877
3. 881
4. 806
5. 990
6. 734
7. 595
8. 1172
9. 911 goats
10. Sh.384
11. 990 people
12. 711

Exercise 5

1. 15
2. 20
3. 48
4. 81
5. 105
6. 131
7. 54m
8. 115 pupils
9. 113 books
10. 91 vehicles
11. 106 animals
12. 564 fruits

Exercise 6

1. 10
2. 36
3. 65
4. 66
5. 40,60
6. 190
7. 466
8. 330
9. 197
10. 450
11. 80 Itrs
12. 344 passengers
13. Sh.540

Exercise 7

1. 592
2. 711
3. 441
4. 205
5. 212
6. 349
7. 293
8. 706
9. Sh.280
10. 264
11. 154
12. 706
13. 379
14. 658

Exercise 8

1. 7, 4 = 28
2. 3,5 =15
3. 4, 2 = 8
4. 6,3 = 18
5. 12
6. 12
7. 32
8. 25
9. 36
10. 42
11. 24 desks
12. 30 pencils
13. 21
14. Sh. 40
15. 42 wheels

Exercise 9

1. 40, 8 = 5
40,5 = 8
5,8 = 40
2. 28, 4 = 7
28,7 = 4
7,4 = 28
3. 5
4. 4
5. 4
6. 8
7. 6
8. 3 oranges
9. 4 metres
10. 6 crayons

Exercise 10

1. 235m
2. 40m
3. 86m
4. 196m
5. House to the garden
6. 126 metres
7. 469m
8. 834m
9. 486m
10. 741m
11. 516m
12. 99m

Exercise 11

1. 23kg
2. 480kg
3. 460kg
4. 92kg
5. 641kg
6. 1260kg
7. 206kg
8. 99m
9. 550kg
10. 212kg

Exercise 12

1. Four O'clock
2. Ten minutes to 6 o'clock
3. Ten minutes past 8 o'clock
4. 21 days
5. 60 mins
6. 6 wks
7. 3,35
8.  8,55
9. 4,22
10. 6,19
11. 2 hr 32min

Exerciso 12

1. 5 coins
2. Shs.50
3. Sh.255.50
4. Sh.80
5. 218.50
6. 88.70
7. 120.20
8. Ten
9. Two pencils
10. Sh. 150