### Sample Paper Level 1MATHEMATICSClass 3

#### DURATION: 2 HRSMAX. MARKS: 50

1) Fill in the blanks:

(1 × 4 = 4)
1. One year = _______ days
2. One hour = _______ minutes
3. 5 rupees = _____ paisa
4. Complete the pattern: 80, 82, 84, 86, 88, ___

2) Write down true or false.

(1 × 3 = 3)
1. Quarter to 3 is written as 3:15. _________
2. The year 2022 is a leap year._______
3. We measure the weight of objects with a wooden scale______.

3) Match the columns:

(1 × 6 = 6)
 a) 72 + 25 = i) 8 b) 45 × 2 = ii) 73 c) 56 ÷ 7 = iii) 97 d) 300 – 227 = iv) 480 e) 354 + 126 = v) 4 f) 16 ÷ 4 = vi) 90

(1 × 13 = 13)
1. Distance between two continents is measured in:
2.  i) kilometre ii) metre iii) centimetre iv) millimetre
3. Which shape has a curved line?

4. How many rounds does the hour hand of a clock take in one day?
5.  i) 1 ii) 2 iii) 3 iv) 0
6. Which pair of the letters can be divided into two equal halves in such a way that one half becomes the mirror image of the other half?
7.  i) A, S ii) X, O iii) W, Q iv) W, Q
8. 64 ÷ 8 =
9.  i) 4 ii) 8 iii) 12 iv) 16
10. 252 + 18 =
11.  i) 250 ii) 270 iii) 280 iv) 260
12. 185 – 71 =
13.  i) 124 ii) 115 iii) 125 iv) 114
14. What will be the next shape of the pattern?

15. Rs 55 + Rs 25 =
16.  i) Rs 80 ii) 80 Paisa iii) Rs 90 iv) 90 Paisa
17. Which picture shows the time 7: 45?

18. Which one is the front view?

19. What is the length of the pencil?
20.  i) 6 cm ii) 7 cm iii) 8 cm iv) 5 cm
21. Piyu filled half of the jug with 4 glasses of water.

How many glasses of water is required to fill up the jug?
22.  i) 4 ii) 6 iii) 8 iv) 2

( 2 × 4 = 8)
1. A shopkeeper bought a bottle of jam for Rs 152 and he sold it for Rs 160. Find his profit or loss in this transaction.
2. Ram has 350 mangoes and Parul has 445 mangoes. Both of them put their mangoes in a basket. If they donated 50 mangoes for poor children from the basket, how many mangoes are left in the basket?
3. Tanisha has 16 pairs of colourful hair bands. She distributed all her hairbands among her 4 cousins. How many hair bands will each cousin get?
4. Arrange the numbers 589, 599, 444, and 590, in ascending order. Find the difference between the greatest and the smallest number.

6) Draw all the lines of symmetry for each of the following pictures.

(2 × 2 = 4)

(3 × 2 = 6)
1. Form the possible greatest and the possible smallest 3-digit numbers using the digits 0, 6, and 8.
2. Write the expanded form of the numbers.
1. 987
2. 704
3. Draw a square and triangle. Write down one difference between them.

(1 + 2 = 3)

The temperatures of five cities are given in the following graph.

1. Find the difference between the temperatures of Chennai and Kolkata.
2. In the afternoon, the temperature of Bengaluru increased by 5°C. Rewrite the data and draw the pictograph vertically.

(1 × 3 = 3)

A list of birthdays of four friends is given below.

 Name Birthdays Riya 15th August 1990 Piya 23rd September 1991 Kiya 1st November 1991 Diya 31st July 1990
1. Find the difference between the birthdays of Riya and Piya?
2. Whose birthday comes at the end of the year?
3. How older is Diya to Riya?

### Sample Paper Level 1MATHEMATICSClass 3

1) Fill in the blanks:

(1 × 4 = 4)
1. One year = _______ days
2. One hour = _______ minutes
3. 5 rupees = _____ paisa
4. Complete the pattern: 80, 82, 84, 86, 88, ___

2) Write down true or false.

(1 × 3 = 3)
1. Quarter to 3 is written as 3:15. _________
2. The year 2022 is a leap year._______
3. We measure the weight of objects with a wooden scale______.

3) Match the columns:

(1 × 6 = 6)
 a) 72 + 25 = i) 8 b) 45 × 2 = ii) 73 c) 56 ÷ 7 = iii) 97 d) 300 – 227 = iv) 480 e) 354 + 126 = v) 4 f) 16 ÷ 4 = vi) 90

(1 × 13 = 13)
1. Distance between two continents is measured in:
2.  i) kilometre ii) metre iii) centimetre iv) millimetre
3. Which shape has a curved line?

4. How many rounds does the hour hand of a clock take in one day?
5.  i) 1 ii) 2 iii) 3 iv) 0
6. Which pair of the letters can be divided into two equal halves in such a way that one half becomes the mirror image of the other half?
7.  i) A, S ii) X, O iii) W, Q iv) W, Q
8. 64 ÷ 8 =
9.  i) 4 ii) 8 iii) 12 iv) 16
10. 252 + 18 =
11.  i) 250 ii) 270 iii) 280 iv) 260
12. 185 – 71 =
13.  i) 124 ii) 115 iii) 125 iv) 114
14. What will be the next shape of the pattern?

15. Rs 55 + Rs 25 =
16.  i) Rs 80 ii) 80 Paisa iii) Rs 90 iv) 90 Paisa
17. Which picture shows the time 7: 45?

18. Which one is the front view?

19. What is the length of the pencil?
20.  i) 6 cm ii) 7 cm iii) 8 cm iv) 5 cm
21. Piyu filled half of the jug with 4 glasses of water.

How many glasses of water is required to fill up the jug?
22.  i) 4 ii) 6 iii) 8 iv) 2

( 2 × 4 = 8)
1. A shopkeeper bought a bottle of jam for Rs 152 and he sold it for Rs 160. Find his profit or loss in this transaction.
2. Ram has 350 mangoes and Parul has 445 mangoes. Both of them put their mangoes in a basket. If they donated 50 mangoes for poor children from the basket, how many mangoes are left in the basket?
3. Tanisha has 16 pairs of colourful hair bands. She distributed all her hairbands among her 4 cousins. How many hair bands will each cousin get?
4. Arrange the numbers 589, 599, 444, and 590, in ascending order. Find the difference between the greatest and the smallest number.

6) Draw all the lines of symmetry for each of the following pictures.

(2 × 2 = 4)

(3 × 2 = 6)
1. Form the possible greatest and the possible smallest 3-digit numbers using the digits 0, 6, and 8.
2. Write the expanded form of the numbers.
1. 987
2. 704
3. Draw a square and triangle. Write down one difference between them.

(1 + 2 = 3)

The temperatures of five cities are given in the following graph.

1. Find the difference between the temperatures of Chennai and Kolkata.
2. In the afternoon, the temperature of Bengaluru increased by 5°C. Rewrite the data and draw the pictograph vertically.