Sample Paper
Level 3
MATHEMATICS
CLASS: 3

MAX. MARKS: 50
DURATIONS: 2 HRS



Answer all the questions.

1) Fill in the blanks:

(1 × 2 = 2)
  1. 2 × 71 = ____ + 71
  2. 3 minutes = _______ seconds

2) Write down true or false.

(1 × 2 = 2)
  1. 3 more than 5 tens are 53. _________
  2. b) Capacity of a bottle is measured in kg. ______

3) Match the columns:

(1 × 6 = 6)
    a) 125 g less than 352 g = i) 3: 43 am
    b) 48 g greater than 452 g = ii)765
    c) 9 times 85 = iii) 1 kg
    d) 84 ÷ 12 = iv) 96
    e) 664 g + 336 g = v)7
    f) 48 × 2 = vi) 227g

4) Choose the correct answer:

(1 × 6 = 6)
  1. Which of the following figure have only one corner?
  2. i) G3_1a_Qp3_oval rectangle ii) G3_1b_Qp3_triangle
    iii) G3_1c_Qp3_Water drop iv) G3_1d_Qp3_ rectangle
  3. How many rounds does the minute hand of a clock complete in one day?
  4. i) 2 ii) 36
    iii) 60 iv) 24
  5. Which one is longer?
  6. i) Thumb ii) Index Finger
    iii) Middle finger iv) Ring finger
  7. Which one is the side view of a table?
  8. i) G3_2a_Qp3_table ii) G3_2b_Qp3_table
    iii) G3_2c_Qp3_table iv) G3_2d_Qp3_table
  9. Which one is lighter?
  10. i) Elephant ii) Dog
    iii) Hippopotamus iv) Whale
  11. Which one among the following number is the greatest three-digit number with distinct digits?
  12. i) 978 ii) 999
    iii) 987 iv) 998

5) Answer the following questions:

( 2 × 6 = 12)
  1. A vegetable seller used to sell at least 40 kg of potato each day a week. At the end of this week, he finds that he has sold only 32 kg of potatoes on Saturday. Find the least amount of potato he sold this week in total.
  2. In a class, the sum of the heights of 6 girls is the same as the sum of the heights of 5 boys. If the height of each boy is 120 cm, find the height of each girl. Consider the height of each girl is the same.
  3. The price of petrol is Rs 95/litre. Siya’s father bought 5 litres of petrol and he has used 2 litres of it. Find the price of the remaining petrol.
  4. Arrange the numbers 504, 405, 540, 450 in ascending order. Find the difference between the greatest and smallest number among these numbers.
  5. In the given magic square, the sum of the numbers in each row, each column or in each diagonal is the same. Find the missing numbers.

  6. G3_3_Qp3_square puzzle
  7. How many triangles are there in the given picture?

  8. G3_4_Qp3_triangle Puzzle

6) Draw all the lines of symmetry of the following shapes.

(2 × 2 = 4)

    G3_5_Qp3_symmetry

7) Answer each of the following questions:

( 2 × 2 = 4)
  1. Form the greatest and the smallest possible three-digit numbers using the digits 6, 7, and 8.
  2. Write in the expanded form:
  3. i) 1000 ii) 799

8) Mark the flat and the curved faces of the following objects.

(1 × 2 = 2)
i) G3_6_Qp3_penstand ii) G3_7_Qp3_Bowl

9) Read the table and answer the following questions.

(1 + 2 = 3)

Some students were asked to name their favourite game. Their responses are collected in the following table.

Name of the games Number of the students
Cricket 49
Football 42
Table Tennis 28
Hockey 35
  1. How many students’ favourite game is not football?
  2. Draw a pictograph for the data given in the table.

10) Answer the following questions.

(3 × 3 = 9)
  1. Complete the pattern.
    1. 2, 4, 7, 11, 16, 22, 29, 37, 46, 56, _____, 79, 92, ...
    2. A1, B2, C3, D4, E5, F6, G7, H8, ___, J10, K11, …

    3. G3_8_Qp3_pattern
  2. Use the given calendar to answer the following questions.

  3. G3_9_Qp3_Calender
    1. Add all the numbers in the column for Wednesday, and check if the sum is divisible by 7.
    2. What is the date 3 days earlier to 26th January? What is the importance of that date?
    3. What will be the date 7 days after 26th January 2020?
  4. The timing of our maths class is 10:30 am - 10:50 am. Today there is a 10 minutes maths test scheduled in the class. If the class started 15 minutes late, have we got enough time for the test?
  5. Rubi bought 2 flower bouquets each for Rs 15, a doll for Rs 27, and a notebook for Rs 33. She gave a note of Rs 100 to the shopkeeper. How much will the shopkeeper return back?

MAX. MARKS: 50
DURATIONS: 2 HRS

Sample Paper
Level 3
MATHEMATICS
CLASS: 3



Answer all the questions.

1) Fill in the blanks:

(1 × 2 = 2)
  1. 2 × 71 = ____ + 71
  2. 3 minutes = _______ seconds

2) Write down true or false.

(1 × 2 = 2)
  1. 3 more than 5 tens are 53. _________
  2. b) Capacity of a bottle is measured in kg. ______

3) Match the columns:

(1 × 6 = 6)
    a) 125 g less than 352 g = i) 3: 43 am
    b) 48 g greater than 452 g = ii)765
    c) 9 times 85 = iii) 1 kg
    d) 84 ÷ 12 = iv) 96
    e) 664 g + 336 g = v)7
    f) 48 × 2 = vi) 227g

4) Choose the correct answer:

(1 × 6 = 6)
  1. Which of the following figure have only one corner?
  2. i) G3_1a_Qp3_oval rectangle ii) G3_1b_Qp3_triangle
    iii) G3_1c_Qp3_Water drop iv) G3_1d_Qp3_ rectangle
  3. How many rounds does the minute hand of a clock complete in one day?
  4. i) 2 ii) 36
    iii) 60 iv) 24
  5. Which one is longer?
  6. i) Thumb ii) Index Finger
    iii) Middle finger iv) Ring finger
  7. Which one is the side view of a table?
  8. i) G3_2a_Qp3_table ii) G3_2b_Qp3_table
    iii) G3_2c_Qp3_table iv) G3_2d_Qp3_table
  9. Which one is lighter?
  10. i) Elephant ii) Dog
    iii) Hippopotamus iv) Whale
  11. Which one among the following number is the greatest three-digit number with distinct digits?
  12. i) 978 ii) 999
    iii) 987 iv) 998

5) Answer the following questions:

( 2 × 6 = 12)
  1. A vegetable seller used to sell at least 40 kg of potato each day a week. At the end of this week, he finds that he has sold only 32 kg of potatoes on Saturday. Find the least amount of potato he sold this week in total.
  2. In a class, the sum of the heights of 6 girls is the same as the sum of the heights of 5 boys. If the height of each boy is 120 cm, find the height of each girl. Consider the height of each girl is the same.
  3. The price of petrol is Rs 95/litre. Siya’s father bought 5 litres of petrol and he has used 2 litres of it. Find the price of the remaining petrol.
  4. Arrange the numbers 504, 405, 540, 450 in ascending order. Find the difference between the greatest and smallest number among these numbers.
  5. In the given magic square, the sum of the numbers in each row, each column or in each diagonal is the same. Find the missing numbers.

  6. G3_3_Qp3_square puzzle
  7. How many triangles are there in the given picture?

  8. G3_4_Qp3_triangle Puzzle

6) Draw all the lines of symmetry of the following shapes.

(2 × 2 = 4)

    G3_5_Qp3_symmetry

7) Answer each of the following questions:

( 2 × 2 = 4)
  1. Form the greatest and the smallest possible three-digit numbers using the digits 6, 7, and 8.
  2. Write in the expanded form:
  3. i) 1000 ii) 799

8) Mark the flat and the curved faces of the following objects.

(1 × 2 = 2)
i) G3_6_Qp3_penstand ii) G3_7_Qp3_Bowl

9) Read the table and answer the following questions.

(1 + 2 = 3)

Some students were asked to name their favourite game. Their responses are collected in the following table.

Name of the games Number of the students
Cricket 49
Football 42
Table Tennis 28
Hockey 35
  1. How many students’ favourite game is not football?
  2. Draw a pictograph for the data given in the table.

10) Answer the following questions.

(3 × 3 = 9)
  1. Complete the pattern.
    1. 2, 4, 7, 11, 16, 22, 29, 37, 46, 56, _____, 79, 92, ...
    2. A1, B2, C3, D4, E5, F6, G7, H8, ___, J10, K11, …

    3. G3_8_Qp3_pattern
  2. Use the given calendar to answer the following questions.

  3. G3_9_Qp3_Calender
    1. Add all the numbers in the column for Wednesday, and check if the sum is divisible by 7.
    2. What is the date 3 days earlier to 26th January? What is the importance of that date?
    3. What will be the date 7 days after 26th January 2020?
  4. The timing of our maths class is 10:30 am - 10:50 am. Today there is a 10 minutes maths test scheduled in the class. If the class started 15 minutes late, have we got enough time for the test?
  5. Rubi bought 2 flower bouquets each for Rs 15, a doll for Rs 27, and a notebook for Rs 33. She gave a note of Rs 100 to the shopkeeper. How much will the shopkeeper return back?