# Weekly Skills Practice: 3rd Grade Math Problems - Week of May 11, 2020

This weekly skills practice for 3rd-grade math covers various topics such as determining the number of pencils in a store, calculating the total pages in a book, finding the total number of stickers, dividing items equally among people, determining the price of items, solving time-related questions, and distributing items among groups. Each day presents different math problems and challenges for students to solve, helping them practice and enhance their math skills in a fun and engaging way.

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**Weekly Skills Practice**Grade: 3rd Math Week of May11, 2020**Monday, May 11th**1. A store has 2 cartons of pencils. There are 5 boxes in each carton and 10 pencils in each box. How many pencils does the store have? A. 17 B. 50 C. 52 D. 100 2. Olyvia reads 15 pages of the same book each day for 5 days. She now has 13 pages left to read in the book. How many total pages are in Olyvia s book? A. 33 pages B. 62 pages C. 78 pages D. 88 pages**Tuesday, May 12th**1. Saudy has 36 stickers, Alan has 53 stickers, and Maurice has 98 stickers. About how many stickers do these students have altogether? A. 90 stickers B. 150 stickers C. 190 stickers D. 300 stickers 2. Richard has 2 cartons with 6 eggs in each. As he opens the carton, he drops 2 eggs. How many unbroken eggs does Richard have left? 3. Find the value of the unknown. Then write a related multiplication fact. y 8 = 5**Wednesday, May 13th**1. Cameron and Kylan bought a giant sub sandwich. Three of their friends came over to help them eat the sub. The sandwich was cut into 30 pieces. How many pieces would each person get if the boys divided the sandwich up evenly? A. 5 B. 6 C. 10 D. 15 2. Isabella has 152 beads. She uses some to make bracelets. Now there are 80 beads. If she uses 8 beads for each bracelet, how many bracelets does she make?**Thursday, May 14th**1. Lawrencia is practicing playing her violin 2 hours a day. Her goal is to practice 10 hours this week. If Lawrencia has already practiced 3 days this week, how many more hours must she practice to meet her goal? A. 2 hours B. 4 hours C. 7 hours D. 8 hours 2. Dallis has 18 bracelets. After she organizes the bracelets by color, she has 3 equal groups. How many bracelets are in each group? 3. There are 4 boxes with 6 binders in each one. 3 brothers share the binders. How many binders does each brother get?**Friday, May 15th**1. Ashley pays $20 for a glass pitcher and 3 pounds of lemons. The price of lemons is $3 per pound. What is the price of the glass pitcher? A. $17 B. $14 C. $11 D. $9 2. Anthony gets to class at 9:08 a.m. He must write down homework assignments and complete morning work before math begins at 9:30 a.m. How many minutes does Carlos have to complete his tasks before math begins? 3. The student council holds a meeting in Mr. Chang s classroom. They arrange the chairs in 3 rows of 5. How many chairs are used in all?**Answers**Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 1. D 1. C 1. B 1. B 1. C 2. 22 minutes 2. D 2. 10 2. 9 2. 6 3. 15 3. 40 8 x 5 = 40 3. 8