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 Reading and writing numbers
Reading and writing numbers in figures and in words  How to Read and Write Numbers
Why is it important to read and write numbers in figures and words.
Reading and writing numbers in figures and words is an essential skill you need to learn in math. It helps you to communicate clearly and accurately with others, especially when dealing with large numbers or decimals.
For example, if you want to write a check or a contract , you must write the amount in figures and words to avoid confusion or fraud. If you want to read a report or a newspaper article , you need to understand what the numbers mean and how they are written.
Write whole numbers in figures, Roman numerals and words
If you asked youself how to read and write Numbers in figures and words , don't find further because you are in the right place. Our reading and writing numbers worksheets provides the best foundational math skill in kids. We've formulated very simple ways to help kids understand and correctly write whole numbers in figures, roman numerals and words .
Our outstanding exercises have been designed to increase kid's knowledge on the basis of fluency in numerical recognition, reading and writing.
As reading in general increases kid's vocabulary, it is no doubt that your young mathematicians will fluently learn number names vocabulary .
This set of worksheets is therefore a perfect tool to engage your young math learners in, so that they can have a progressive practice of reading and writing numbers in words, figures and roman numerals from smaller to larger digits.
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Reading and writing numbers in figures and in words MCQs with answers
1. How do you write the number 7,654 in words?
A) Seven thousands six hundred fiftyfour
B) Seven thousand six hundred and fiftyfour
C) Seven thousand six hundreds four
D) Seven thousand and six hundred and four
2. How do you read the number 0.003 in words?
A) Three tenths
B) Three hundredths
C) Three thousandths
3. How do you write the number one million two hundred thousand in figures?
A) 1,000,200
B) 1,020,000
C) 1,002,000
D) 1,200,000
4. How do you read the number 9,876,543,210 in words?
A) Nine billion eight hundred seventysix million five hundred fortythree thousand two hundred ten
B) Nine billions eight hundred seventysix million five hundred fortythree thousand two hundred and ten
C) Nine billion eight hundreds and seventysix million five hundred and fortythree thousand two hundred and ten
D) Nine billion eight hundred and seventysix million five hundreds and fortythree thousands two hundred ten
5. How do you write seven hundred and twentyfive thousandths in figures?
Roman numeral true and false exercises with answers ans explanations
Answer with True (T) or False (F).
 The symbol V can be repeated up to three times in a row. (T / F)
 The symbol M can be placed before D to mean subtraction. (T / F)
 The number 500 can be written as D or V . (T / F)
 The number 4000 can be written as MMMM or IV . (T / F)
 The number 2020 can be written as MMXX or XX . (T / F)
 The symbol X can be placed before L or C to mean subtraction. (T / F)
 The symbol I can be placed before V or X to mean subtraction. (T / F)
 The number 47 can be written as XLVII or VLVII. (T / F)
 The number 49 can be written as IL or XLIX. (T / F)
 The number 2020 can be written as MMXX or I . (T / F)
Answers of roman numeral true and false exercises:
 False. The symbol V can only be repeated once in a row.
 False. The symbol M can only be placed after D to mean addition.
 False. The number 500 can be written only as D. V is an alternative way of writing large numbers using a horizontal line over a symbol to multiply it by 1000. So V equals to 5000.
 True. The number 4000 can be written as MMMM or IV , which is another way of using the horizontal line over a symbol.
 The number 2020 can be written as MMXX or XX (20 x 1000) is equal to 20000.
 True. The symbol X can be placed before L or C to mean subtraction. For example, XL = 40 (50  10), XC = 90 (100  10).
 True. The symbol I can be placed before V or X to mean subtraction. For example, IV = 4 (5  1), IX = 9 (10  1).
 False. The number 47 can only be written as XLVII (10  50 + 5 + 1 + 1 = 40 + 7).
 False. The number 49 can only be written as XLIX, not IL, because you cannot subtract more than one order of magnitude from another (i.e., you cannot subtract hundreds from thousands, tens from hundreds, or ones from tens).
 True. The number 1000 can be written as M or I , which is 1 x 1000.
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How do you read and write numbers in figures and words?
There are different ways to read and write numbers in figures and words, depending on the number type and the place value system. Here are some general rules to follow:
 Figures are symbols that represent numbers, such as 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. Words are names that describe numbers, such as zero, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, and nine.
 To read or write a whole number in figures or words, you need to know the names of the place values, such as ones, tens, hundreds, thousands, millions, billions, etc. You also need to know how to use commas and hyphens to separate the groups of digits or words.
 To read or write a decimal number in figures or words, you need to know the names of the decimal place values, such as tenths, hundredths, thousandths, etc. You also need to know how to use a decimal point and a word like "and" or "point" to separate the whole part from the decimal part.
 To read or write a number in Roman numerals, you need to know the symbols that represent different values, such as I (1), V (5), X (10), L (50), C (100), D (500), M (1000). You must also know how to combine or subtract the symbols to form different numbers.
Best efficient reading and writing numbers skill – read and write number words and symbols with place value
As you recall what place value is, you’ll understand that it is the best efficient reading and writing numbers skill for young mathematicians.
Consequently, the key for a child’s immediate understanding of this concept will therefore be based on his ability to read and write number words and symbols with place value .
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Number Sense Worksheets
Welcome to the number sense page at MathDrills.com where we've got your number! This page includes Number Worksheets such as counting charts, representing, comparing and ordering numbers worksheets, and worksheets on expanded form, written numbers, scientific numbers, Roman numerals, factors, exponents, and binary numbers. There are literally hundreds of worksheets meant to help students develop their understanding of numeration and number sense.
In the first few sections, there are some general use printables that can be used in a variety of situations. Hundred charts, for example, can be used for counting, but they can just as easily be used for learning decimal hundredths. Rounding worksheets help students learn this important skill that is especially useful in estimation.
Comparing and ordering numbers worksheets help students further understand place value and the ordinality of numbers. Continuing down the page are a number of worksheets on number forms: written, expanded, standard, scientific, and Roman numerals. Near the end of the page are a few worksheets for older students on factors, factoring, exponents and roots and binary numbers.
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Reading and Writing Numbers
There are a few different number posters in this section. The first two, with bird and butterfly themes include various ways of representing numbers from 0 to 9. Two versions of the numerals are used to demonstrate different printing styles, a Braille version and an American Sign Language version are also included to make students aware of different ways of representing each number. A linear representation and a tenframe representation follow which is then followed by a pictorial representation using the theme. The poster sized numbers are just that ... made for printing and putting up in your classroom or home school.
 Number Recognition Posters Number Recognition Posters for 0 to 9 with a Bird Theme Number Recognition Posters for 0 to 9 with a Butterfly Theme
 PosterSized Numbers Poster sized numbers (black) Poster sized numbers (Outline) Poster sized numbers (Color)
Distinguishing between even and odd numbers is an important skill for young students to learn. The vocabulary of even and odd is used throughout their math education, so it is necessary to learn it as soon as possible. Connecting cubes can help a great deal in visually demonstrating odd and even numbers. Create the numbers from 1 to 10 (or more) using connecting cubes in pairs and students will quickly see that the odd numbers have an unpaired cube that can be thought of as the "odd cube out." Once they have seen this pattern, they may be able to extend the pattern without making cube models. Ask them about 11 and 12 and 35 and so on.
 Even and Odd Numbers Even and Odd Numbers Information Poster Count Circles and Determine Even or Odd Coloring Odd Numbers in a Grid Coloring Even Numbers in a Grid
In the writing numerals to 20 worksheets, you will find that the A version includes all numbers, B to E versions have about half the numbers included, F to I versions have about a third of the numbers included and the J version includes no numbers... just the lines to write them on. All versions include dashes under the numbers, so students have a reference for where to place the numbers. You can access the other versions (B to J) once you select the A version you want below.
 Practice Writing Numerals from 0 to 20 Write Numbers to 20 36pt Write Numbers to 20 60pt
 Practice Writing One Numeral at a Time Practice Writing the Numerals from 0 to 9 (36pt) Practice Writing the Numerals from 0 to 4 (36pt) Practice Writing the Numerals from 5 to 9 (36pt)
The main idea of learning to write numbers in words is to be able to say numbers correctly. In the past it might also have been useful for writing checks/cheques, but there isn't a lot of that going on any more. In writing, numbers up to ten are generally written as words and above ten as numerals. Numbers that are at the beginning of sentences are often written as words. These worksheets do not use the superfluous "and" throughout. If this is something you would like included, please send some feedback.
 Writing Small Numbers in Words Writing Numbers 0 to 10 in Words ✎ Writing Numbers 1 to 50 in Words ✎ Writing 2digit Numbers in Words ✎ Writing 3digit Numbers in Words ✎
 Writing Large Numbers in Words (CommaSeparated Thousands) Writing 4digit Numbers in Words ✎ Writing 5digit Numbers in Words ✎ Writing 6digit Numbers in Words ✎ Writing 7digit Numbers in Words ✎ Writing 8digit Numbers in Words ✎ Writing 9digit Numbers in Words ✎ Writing 5 to 9digit Numbers in Words ✎ Writing 8 to 12digit Numbers in Words ✎
 Writing Large Numbers in Words (SpaceSeparated Thousands) Writing 4digit Numbers in Words (SI Number Format) ✎ Writing 5digit Numbers in Words (SI Number Format) ✎ Writing 6digit Numbers in Words (SI Number Format) ✎ Writing 7digit Numbers in Words (SI Number Format) ✎ Writing 8digit Numbers in Words (SI Number Format) ✎ Writing 9digit Numbers in Words (SI Number Format) ✎ Writing 5 to 9digit Numbers in Words (SI Number Format) ✎ Writing 8 to 12digit Numbers in Words (SI Number Format) ✎
Now, let's see if students can write the numbers that are written! The reading numbers written as words worksheets do not have format options as the student question sheets are all written in words. The answer keys are formatted with a comma thousands separator when necessary.
 Reading Smaller Written Numbers Reading Written TwoDigit Numbers Reading Written ThreeDigit Numbers
 Reading Larger Written Numbers Reading Written FourDigit Numbers Reading Written FiveDigit Numbers Reading Written SixDigit Numbers Reading Written SevenDigit Numbers Reading Written EightDigit Numbers Reading Written NineDigit Numbers
Counting Worksheets
Ten frames help students visualize numbers in relation to 10. They are used for many purposes, but the worksheets below are introductory and familiarize students with ten frames and give them practice using them.
 Identify Ten Frames Identify Ten Frames with the Numbers in Order Identify Ten Frames with the Numbers in Reverse Order Identify Ten Frames with the Numbers in Random Order (10 versions)
 Draw Ten Frames Draw Ten Frames with the Numbers in Order Draw Ten Frames with the Numbers in Reverse Order Draw Ten Frames with the Numbers in Random Order (10 versions)
These skip counting worksheets include pictorial representations of the items the student is counting. For example, in the counting by 3's worksheet, students will see groups of three cars. This allows students to develop a mental image of skip counting. With larger numbers, including groups of items become impractical, so numbers are instead printed on the cars.
 Skip Counting by Numbers 1 to 10 Counting by 1's with Cars Skip Counting by 2's with Cars Skip Counting by 3's with Cars Skip Counting by 4's with Cars Skip Counting by 5's with Cars Skip Counting by 6's with Cars Skip Counting by 7's with Cars Skip Counting by 8's with Cars Skip Counting by 9's with Cars Skip Counting by 10's with Cars
 Skip Counting by Numbers Greater Than 10 Skip Counting by 11's with Cars Skip Counting by 12's with Cars Skip Counting by 25's with Cars Skip Counting by 50's with Cars Skip Counting by 100's with Cars
Hundred charts are useful not only for learning counting but for many other purposes in math. For example, a hundred chart can be used to model fractions and to convert fractions into decimals. Modeling 1/4 on a hundred chart would require coloring every fourth square. After coloring every fourth square, there would be 25 squares colored in which is 25/100 or 0.25. Not magic, just math. Hundred charts can also be used as graph paper for graphing, learning long multiplication and division or any other purpose. A common use for hundred charts in older grades is to use it to find prime and composite numbers using the sieve of Eratosthenes.
 Filled and Blank 100 Charts 100 Chart 100 Charts (4 Charts) LeftHanded 100 Chart LeftHanded 100 Charts (4 Charts) Blank 100 Chart ✎ Blank 100 Charts (4 Charts) ✎
 Partially Filled 100 Charts 100 Chart with Even Numbers ✎ 100 Chart with Odd Numbers ✎ 100 Chart with Multiples of 3 ✎ 100 Chart with Multiples of 4 ✎ 100 Chart with Multiples of 5 ✎ 100 Chart with Multiples of 6 ✎ 100 Chart with Multiples of 7 ✎ 100 Chart with Multiples of 8 ✎ 100 Chart with Multiples of 9 ✎ 100 Chart with Multiples of 10 ✎ Partially Completed 100 Chart (About 20%) ✎ Partially Completed 100 Charts (About 20%) (4 Charts) ✎
Have you ever thought about why hundred charts start at the top and count left to right and top to bottom? After all, don't we count UP rather than down? Thermometers have smaller numbers at the bottom, elevation increases the further you go up, and liquids fill from the bottom up. Coordinate grids have decreasing numbers going down and increasing numbers going up. Maybe starting with one at the bottom makes a lot more sense to students than starting with one at the top.
 Filled and Blank BottomUp 100 Charts BottomUp 100 Chart BottomUp 100 Chart Blank ✎
 Partially Filled BottomUp 100 Charts BottomUp 100 Chart with Even Numbers ✎ BottomUp 100 Chart with Odd Numbers ✎ BottomUp 100 Chart with Multiples of 3 ✎ BottomUp 100 Chart with Multiples of 4 ✎ BottomUp 100 Chart with Multiples of 5 ✎ BottomUp 100 Chart with Multiples of 6 ✎ BottomUp 100 Chart with Multiples of 7 ✎ BottomUp 100 Chart with Multiples of 8 ✎ BottomUp 100 Chart with Multiples of 9 ✎ BottomUp 100 Chart with Multiples of 10 ✎ BottomUp 100 Charts Partially Filled ✎
120 charts are very similar to hundred charts except they include the numbers from 101 to 120. 120 is a nice number for many reasons. One reason is that it has a lot of divisors—16 in fact. This makes the number 120 useful for many different grouping activities. Another reason is the Common Core Curriculum in the United States requires first graders to count to 120. A third reason is that 120 includes some threedigit numbers which could be a good introduction for some students into the hundreds place.
 Filled and Blank 120 Charts 120 Chart 120 Charts (4 Charts) LeftHanded 120 Chart LeftHanded 120 Charts (4 Charts) Blank 120 Chart ✎ Blank 120 Charts (4 Charts) ✎
 Partially Filled 120 Charts 120 Chart with Even Numbers ✎ 120 Chart with Odd Numbers ✎ 120 Chart with Multiples of 3 ✎ 120 Chart with Multiples of 4 ✎ 120 Chart with Multiples of 5 ✎ 120 Chart with Multiples of 6 ✎ 120 Chart with Multiples of 7 ✎ 120 Chart with Multiples of 8 ✎ 120 Chart with Multiples of 9 ✎ 120 Chart with Multiples of 10 ✎ Partially Completed 120 Chart (About 20%) ✎ Partially Completed 120 Charts (About 20%) (4 Charts) ✎
Similar to the bottomup 100 charts, the bottomup 120 charts start counting at the bottom and increase as you go up. Still not convinced that these make sense? Here are some more examples of things that start counting at the bottom: your height, snow depth, floors in a building, scales on most graphs, and altitude.
 Filled and Blank BottomUp 120 Charts BottomUp 120 Chart BottomUp 120 Chart Blank ✎
 Partially Filled BottomUp 120 Charts BottomUp 120 Chart with Even Numbers ✎ BottomUp 120 Chart with Odd Numbers ✎ BottomUp 120 Chart with Multiples of 3 ✎ BottomUp 120 Chart with Multiples of 4 ✎ BottomUp 120 Chart with Multiples of 5 ✎ BottomUp 120 Chart with Multiples of 6 ✎ BottomUp 120 Chart with Multiples of 7 ✎ BottomUp 120 Chart with Multiples of 8 ✎ BottomUp 120 Chart with Multiples of 9 ✎ BottomUp 120 Chart with Multiples of 10 ✎ BottomUp 120 Charts Partially Filled ✎
Ninetynine charts include zero and have no threedigit numbers. Each row starts with a multiple of ten rather than ending with a multiple of ten.
 Filled and Blank 99 Charts 99 Chart 99 Charts (4 Charts) LeftHanded 99 Chart LeftHanded 99 Charts (4 Charts) Blank 99 Chart ✎ Blank 99 Charts (4 Charts) ✎
 Partially Filled 99 Charts 99 Chart with Even Numbers ✎ 99 Chart with Odd Numbers ✎ 99 Chart with Multiples of 3 ✎ 99 Chart with Multiples of 4 ✎ 99 Chart with Multiples of 5 ✎ 99 Chart with Multiples of 6 ✎ 99 Chart with Multiples of 7 ✎ 99 Chart with Multiples of 8 ✎ 99 Chart with Multiples of 9 ✎ 99 Chart with Multiples of 10 ✎ Partially Completed 99 Chart (About 20%) ✎ Partially Completed 99 Charts (About 20%) (4 Charts) ✎
You may not realize that many things start counting at zero, like when you are running around a track; you start at zero laps and count one for every lap you do. These charts start at zero at the bottom and go up to 99 at the top.
 Filled and Blank BottomUp 99 Charts BottomUp 99 Chart BottomUp 99 Chart Blank ✎
 Partially Filled BottomUp 99 Charts BottomUp 99 Chart with Even Numbers ✎ BottomUp 99 Chart with Odd Numbers ✎ BottomUp 99 Chart with Multiples of 3 ✎ BottomUp 99 Chart with Multiples of 4 ✎ BottomUp 99 Chart with Multiples of 5 ✎ BottomUp 99 Chart with Multiples of 6 ✎ BottomUp 99 Chart with Multiples of 7 ✎ BottomUp 99 Chart with Multiples of 8 ✎ BottomUp 99 Chart with Multiples of 9 ✎ BottomUp 99 Chart with Multiples of 10 ✎ BottomUp 99 Charts Partially Filled ✎
Counting collections of things in various patterns helps students develop shortcuts and strategies for counting. For example, when students count collections of items in rectangular patterns, they may use skip counting or multiplying to speed up their counting.
 Counting Animals Arranged in Patterns Counting Animals in Rectangular Patterns Counting Animals in Circular Patterns Counting Animals in Linear Patterns Counting Animals in Scattered Formations Counting Animals in Mixed Patterns Counting Animals in a Super Scatter (About 50 Percent Full) Counting Animals in a Super Scatter (100 Percent Full)
Counting and skip counting can be accomplished with number lines.
 Counting and Skip Counting on Number Lines Blank Number Lines Number Line to 100 by 1's Number Lines to 20 by 1's Number Lines to 40 by 2's Number Line to 200 by 2's Number Lines to 50 by 10's Number Line to 125 by 1's Number Line to 125 by 2's Number Line to 125 by 3's Number Line to 125 by 4's Number Line to 125 by 5's Number Line to 125 by 6's Number Line to 125 by 7's Number Line to 125 by 8's Number Line to 125 by 9's Number Line to 125 by 10's
A skill that is useful is to be able to continue counting or skip counting from any number.
 Continue Counting and Skip Counting From Various Numbers Continue Counting by 1 From Various Starting Numbers Continue Counting by 2 From Various Starting Numbers Continue Counting by 3 From Various Starting Numbers Continue Counting by 4 From Various Starting Numbers Continue Counting by 5 From Various Starting Numbers Continue Counting by 6 From Various Starting Numbers Continue Counting by 7 From Various Starting Numbers Continue Counting by 8 From Various Starting Numbers Continue Counting by 9 From Various Starting Numbers Continue Counting by 10 From Various Starting Numbers
Similar to the counting from any number worksheets, this one asks students to count down from different numbers.
 Continue Counting Backwards Counting Backwards with Numbers to 120 Starting at Random Numbers
Rounding Numbers Worksheets
Not only does rounding further an understanding of numbers, it can also be quite useful in estimating and measuring. There are many every day situations where a precise number isn't needed. For example if you needed to paint your basement floor, you don't really need to find out the area to exact square inch since you don't buy paint that way. You get a good idea of the floor space (e.g. it is roughly 20 feet by 15 feet) then read the label on the can to see how many square feet the can of paint covers (which, by the way is also a rounded number and variable depending on the roller used, the porosity of the floor, etc.) and buy enough cans to cover your floor.
 Rounding Numbers Rounding Numbers to Tens (CommaSeparated Thousands) Rounding Numbers to Hundreds (CommaSeparated Thousands) Rounding Numbers to Thousands (CommaSeparated Thousands) Rounding Numbers to Ten Thousands (CommaSeparated Thousands) Rounding Numbers to Hundred Thousands (CommaSeparated Thousands) Rounding Numbers to Millions (CommaSeparated Thousands)
 Canadian (SI) Format Rounding Numbers Rounding Numbers to Tens (SpaceSeparated Thousands) Rounding Numbers to Hundreds (SpaceSeparated Thousands) Rounding Numbers to Thousands (SpaceSeparated Thousands) Rounding Numbers to Ten Thousands (SpaceSeparated Thousands) Rounding Numbers to Hundred Thousands (SpaceSeparated Thousands) Rounding Numbers to Millions (SpaceSeparated Thousands)
 European Format Rounding Numbers Rounding Numbers to Tens (PeriodSeparated Thousands) Rounding Numbers to Hundreds (PeriodSeparated Thousands) Rounding Numbers to Thousands (PeriodSeparated Thousands) Rounding Numbers to Ten Thousands (PeriodSeparated Thousands) Rounding Numbers to Hundred Thousands (PeriodSeparated Thousands) Rounding Numbers to Millions (PeriodSeparated Thousands)
Comparing and Ordering/Sorting Numbers
There are many situations where it is important to know the relative size of one number to another. Several words are used to describe the relative sizes of one number to another, but it is probably best to use lesser than, greater than and equal to, although other words are more appropriate in certain situations. For example, if you were comparing two groups of candies, you would probably say, "there are fewer candies in that pile than in that one." The use of the word, "tight" , in the worksheet titles means the numbers to be compared are close to one another.
 Comparing Small Numbers Comparing Numbers to 9 Comparing Numbers to 25 Comparing Numbers to 50 Comparing Numbers to 50 (tight) Comparing Numbers to 100 Comparing Numbers to 100 (tight) Comparing Numbers to 1000 Comparing Numbers to 1000 (tight)
 Comparing Large Numbers Comparing Numbers to 10,000 (CommaSeparated Thousands) Comparing Numbers to 10,000 (tight) (CommaSeparated Thousands) Comparing Numbers to 100,000 (CommaSeparated Thousands) Comparing Numbers to 100,000 (tight) (CommaSeparated Thousands) Comparing Numbers to 1,000,000 (CommaSeparated Thousands) Comparing Numbers to 1,000,000 (tight) (CommaSeparated Thousands) Comparing Numbers to 10,000,000 (CommaSeparated Thousands) Comparing Numbers to 10,000,000 (tight) (CommaSeparated Thousands)
 Canadian (SI) Format Comparing Large Numbers Comparing Numbers to 10 000 (SpaceSeparated Thousands) Comparing Numbers to 10 000 (tight) (SpaceSeparated Thousands) Comparing Numbers to 100 000 (SpaceSeparated Thousands) Comparing Numbers to 100 000 (tight) (SpaceSeparated Thousands) Comparing Numbers to 1 000 000 (SpaceSeparated Thousands) Comparing Numbers to 1 000 000 (tight) (SpaceSeparated Thousands) Comparing Numbers to 10 000 000 (SpaceSeparated Thousands) Comparing Numbers to 10 000 000 (tight) (SpaceSeparated Thousands)
 European Format Comparing Large Numbers Comparing Numbers to 10.000 (PeriodSeparated Thousands) Comparing Numbers to 10.000 (tight) (PeriodSeparated Thousands) Comparing Numbers to 100.000 (PeriodSeparated Thousands) Comparing Numbers to 100.000 (tight) (PeriodSeparated Thousands) Comparing Numbers to 1.000.000 (PeriodSeparated Thousands) Comparing Numbers to 1.000.000 (tight) (PeriodSeparated Thousands) Comparing Numbers to 10.000.000 (PeriodSeparated Thousands) Comparing Numbers to 10.000.000 (tight) (PeriodSeparated Thousands)
 Sorting/Ordering Small Numbers Ordering Numbers from 0 to 9 Ordering Numbers from 1 to 20 Ordering Numbers from 10 to 50 Ordering Numbers from 10 to 99 Ordering Numbers from 100 to 999
Converting Numbers to Different Forms
When writing numbers in expanded form, students might use one of three forms which will be demonstrated using the number 9753. The first form is quite simple and combines both the place and the place value. For example, 9 is in the thousands place which means the value of that 9 is 9000. The 7 is in the hundreds place which makes it 700. The 5 is in the tens place which makes it 50 and the 3 is in the ones place which makes it 3.
To write in "simple" expanded form , simply separate these four values with plus signs: 9000 + 700 + 50 + 3.
In expanded factors form , the place and the place value are separated with multiplication signs: (9 × 1000) + (7 × 100) + (5 × 10) + (3 × 1). Parentheses are included for clarity.
In expanded exponential form , the place values are expressed as powers of ten: (9 × 10 3 ) + (7 × 10 2 ) + (5 × 10 1 ) + (3 × 10 0 ).
 Converting Standard Form Numbers to Expanded Form Converting 3Digit Standard Form Numbers to Expanded Form Converting 4Digit Standard Form Numbers to Expanded Form Converting 5Digit Standard Form Numbers to Expanded Form Converting 6Digit Standard Form Numbers to Expanded Form Converting 7Digit Standard Form Numbers to Expanded Form Converting 8Digit Standard Form Numbers to Expanded Form Converting 9Digit Standard Form Numbers to Expanded Form
 Converting Standard Form Numbers to Expanded Factors Form Converting 3Digit Standard Form Numbers to Expanded Factors Form Converting 4Digit Standard Form Numbers to Expanded Factors Form Converting 5Digit Standard Form Numbers to Expanded Factors Form Converting 6Digit Standard Form Numbers to Expanded Factors Form Converting 7Digit Standard Form Numbers to Expanded Factors Form Converting 8Digit Standard Form Numbers to Expanded Factors Form Converting 9Digit Standard Form Numbers to Expanded Factors Form
 Converting Standard Form Numbers to Expanded Exponential Form Converting 3Digit Standard Form Numbers to Expanded Exponential Form Converting 4Digit Standard Form Numbers to Expanded Exponential Form Converting 5Digit Standard Form Numbers to Expanded Exponential Form Converting 6Digit Standard Form Numbers to Expanded Exponential Form Converting 7Digit Standard Form Numbers to Expanded Exponential Form Converting 8Digit Standard Form Numbers to Expanded Exponential Form Converting 9Digit Standard Form Numbers to Expanded Exponential Form
 Converting Expanded Form Numbers to Standard Form Converting 3Digit Expanded Form Numbers to Standard Form Converting 4Digit Expanded Form Numbers to Standard Form Converting 5Digit Expanded Form Numbers to Standard Form Converting 6Digit Expanded Form Numbers to Standard Form Converting 7Digit Expanded Form Numbers to Standard Form Converting 8Digit Expanded Form Numbers to Standard Form Converting 9Digit Expanded Form Numbers to Standard Form
 Converting Expanded Factors Form Numbers to Standard Form Converting 3Digit Expanded Factors Form Numbers to Standard Form Converting 4Digit Expanded Factors Form Numbers to Standard Form Converting 5Digit Expanded Factors Form Numbers to Standard Form Converting 6Digit Expanded Factors Form Numbers to Standard Form Converting 7Digit Expanded Factors Form Numbers to Standard Form Converting 8Digit Expanded Factors Form Numbers to Standard Form Converting 9Digit Expanded Factors Form Numbers to Standard Form
 Converting Expanded Exponential Form Numbers to Standard Form Converting 3Digit Expanded Exponential Form Numbers to Standard Form Converting 4Digit Expanded Exponential Form Numbers to Standard Form Converting 5Digit Expanded Exponential Form Numbers to Standard Form Converting 6Digit Expanded Exponential Form Numbers to Standard Form Converting 7Digit Expanded Exponential Form Numbers to Standard Form Converting 8Digit Expanded Exponential Form Numbers to Standard Form Converting 9Digit Expanded Exponential Form Numbers to Standard Form
These versions use a space as a thousands separator.
 Canadian (SI) Format Converting Standard Form Numbers to Expanded Form Writing 5Digit Numbers in Expanded Form (SpaceSeparated Thousands) Writing 6Digit Numbers in Expanded Form (SpaceSeparated Thousands) Writing 7Digit Numbers in Expanded Form (SpaceSeparated Thousands) Writing 8Digit Numbers in Expanded Form (SpaceSeparated Thousands) Writing 9Digit Numbers in Expanded Form (SpaceSeparated Thousands) (Retro) Write Expanded Form (range 1 000 to 9 999) (SpaceSeparated Thousands)
These versions use a period as a thousands separator.
 European Format Converting Standard Form Numbers to Expanded Form Writing 5Digit Numbers in Expanded Form (PeriodSeparated Thousands) Writing 6Digit Numbers in Expanded Form (PeriodSeparated Thousands) Writing 7Digit Numbers in Expanded Form (PeriodSeparated Thousands) Writing 8Digit Numbers in Expanded Form (PeriodSeparated Thousands) Writing 9Digit Numbers in Expanded Form (PeriodSeparated Thousands) (Retro) Write Expanded Form (range 1.000 to 9.999) (PeriodSeparated Thousands)
The standard, expanded and written forms conversion worksheets include three number forms on the same page.
 Converting Between Standard, Expanded and Written Form Numbers Converting Between Standard, Expanded and Written Forms ( 3Digit ) Converting Between Standard, Expanded and Written Forms ( 4Digit ) Converting Between Standard, Expanded and Written Forms (5Digit) Converting Between Standard, Expanded and Written Forms (3Digit to 5Digit) Converting Between Standard, Expanded and Written Forms (6Digit) Converting Between Standard, Expanded and Written Forms (7Digit) Converting Between Standard, Expanded and Written Forms (8Digit) Converting Between Standard, Expanded and Written Forms (9Digit) Converting Between Standard, Expanded and Written Forms (6Digit to 9Digit)
 Canadian (SI) Format Converting Between Standard, Expanded and Written Form Numbers Converting Between Standard, Expanded and Written Forms (5Digit; SpaceSeparated Thouands) Converting Between Standard, Expanded and Written Forms (3Digit to 5Digit; SpaceSeparated Thouands) Converting Between Standard, Expanded and Written Forms (6Digit; SpaceSeparated Thouands) Converting Between Standard, Expanded and Written Forms (7Digit; SpaceSeparated Thouands) Converting Between Standard, Expanded and Written Forms (8Digit; SpaceSeparated Thouands) Converting Between Standard, Expanded and Written Forms (9Digit; SpaceSeparated Thouands) Converting Between Standard, Expanded and Written Forms (6Digit to 9Digit; SpaceSeparated Thouands)
 Convert Numbers in Standard Form to Scientific Notation Convert Standard to Scientific Notation (Large Numbers Only) Convert Standard to Scientific Notation (Small Numbers Only) Convert Standard to Scientific Notation (Large and Small Numbers)
 Convert Numbers in Scientific Notation to Standard Form Convert Scientific to Standard Numbers (Large Numbers Only) Convert Scientific to Standard Numbers (Small Numbers Only) Convert Scientific to Standard Numbers (Large and Small Numbers)
 Convert Numbers Between Standard Form and Scientific Notation Convert Between Standard and Scientific Numbers (Large Numbers Only) Convert Between Standard and Scientific Numbers (Small Numbers Only) Convert Between Standard and Scientific Numbers (Large and Small Numbers)
This is about as "old school" as you can get. Put on your tunic and pick up your scutum to tackle the worksheets on Roman Numerals. Below, you will see options for standard and compact forms. The standard form Roman Numeral math worksheets include numerals in the commonlytaught version where 999 is CMXCIX (i.e. write the numeral one place value at a time). The compact versions are for those who want more of a challenge where the Roman numerals are written in as concise a version as possible. In the compact version, 999 is written as IM (i.e. one less than 1000).
 Converting Roman Numerals to Standard Form Numbers Converting Roman Numerals up to X (10) to Standard Numbers Converting Roman Numerals up to C (100) to Standard Numbers Converting Roman Numerals up to M (1000) to Standard Numbers Converting Roman Numerals up to MMMCMXCIX (3999) to Standard Numbers
 Converting Compact Roman Numerals to Standard Form Numbers Compact Roman Numerals up to C Compact Roman Numerals up to M Compact Roman Numerals up to MMMIM
Operations with Roman numerals
 Adding Roman Numerals Adding Roman Numerals up to XXV Adding Roman Numerals up to C Adding Roman Numerals up to M Adding Roman Numerals up to MMMCMXCIX
 Subtracting Roman Numerals Subtracting Roman Numerals up to XXV Subtracting Roman Numerals up to C Subtracting Roman Numerals up to M Subtracting Roman Numerals up to MMMCMXCIX
 Multiplying Roman Numerals Multiplying Roman Numerals up to C Multiplying Roman Numerals up to M Multiplying Roman Numerals up to MMMCMXCIX
 Dividing Roman Numerals Dividing Roman Numerals up to C Dividing Roman Numerals up to M Dividing Roman Numerals up to MMMCMXCIX
 Mixed Operations With Roman Numerals Mixed Operations with Roman Numerals up to C Mixed Operations with Roman Numerals up to M Mixed Operations with Roman Numerals up to MMMCMXCIX
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What would factoring be without some factoring trees? They are probably the most elegant and convenient way to find the prime factors of a number, but they take a little practice, which is where we come in. The worksheets below are of two types. The first is finding all of the factors of a number. This is great for students who know their multiplication/division facts. If they don't, they might find this a little frustrating, so go back and work on that first. The second type is finding prime factors which we've chosen to do with tree diagrams. Among other things, this is a great way to find prime numbers and to practice divisibility rules.
 Lists of Factors List of Factors of Numbers 2 to 99 (Informational) List of Factors of Numbers 100 to 999 (Informational) List of Factors of Numbers 1000 to 9999 (Informational; CAUTION 166 Pages)
 Determining Factors of Numbers Determining Factors of Numbers (range 4 to 50) Determining Factors of Numbers (range 50 to 100) Determining Factors of Numbers (range 100 to 200) Determining Factors of Numbers (range 200 to 400)
 Lists of Prime Factors List of Prime Factors of Numbers 2 to 99 (Informational) List of Prime Factors of Numbers 100 to 999 (Informational) List of Prime Factors of Numbers 1000 to 9999 (Informational; CAUTION 137 Pages)
 Determining Prime Factors Using a Tree Diagram Determining Prime Factors Using a Tree Diagram (range 4 to 48) Determining Prime Factors Using a Tree Diagram (range 4 to 96) Determining Prime Factors Using a Tree Diagram (range 4 to 144) Determining Prime Factors Using a Tree Diagram (range 48 to 192) Determining Prime Factors Using a Tree Diagram (range 48 to 240)
 Calculating Greatest Common Factor Using Prime Factors Calculating Greatest Common Factors Using Prime Factors ; Range 4 to 100 (Sets of 2) Calculating Greatest Common Factors Using Prime Factors ; Range 100 to 200 (Sets of 2) Calculating Greatest Common Factors Using Prime Factors ; Range 200 to 400 (Sets of 2) Calculating Greatest Common Factors Using Prime Factors ; Range 4 to 400 (Sets of 2)
 Determining Greatest Common Factor Using All Factors Determining Greatest Common Factors Using All Factors ; Range 4 to 100 (Sets of 2) Determining Greatest Common Factors Using All Factors ; Range 100 to 200 (Sets of 2) Determining Greatest Common Factors Using All Factors ; Range 200 to 400 (Sets of 2) Determining Greatest Common Factors Using All Factors ; Range 4 to 400 (Sets of 2)
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 Determine Least Common Multiple from Multiples Determine LCM From Multiples of Numbers to 10 (LCM Not One of the Numbers or the Product) Determine LCM From Multiples of Numbers to 10 (LCM Not One of the Numbers) Determine LCM From Multiples of Numbers to 10 Determine LCM From Multiples of Numbers to 15 (LCM Not One of the Numbers or the Product) Determine LCM From Multiples of Numbers to 15 (LCM Not One of the Numbers) Determine LCM From Multiples of Numbers to 15 Determine LCM From Multiples of Numbers to 25 (LCM Not One of the Numbers or the Product) Determine LCM From Multiples of Numbers to 25 (LCM Not One of the Numbers) Determine LCM From Multiples of Numbers to 25
 Determine Least Common Multiple from Prime Factors Determine LCM From Prime Factors of Numbers to 25 (LCM Not One of the Numbers or the Product) Determine LCM From Prime Factors of Numbers to 50 (LCM Not One of the Numbers or the Product) Determine LCM From Prime Factors of Numbers to 100 (LCM Not One of the Numbers or the Product)
Exponents and Roots
 Squares of Numbers Squares of Numbers from 0 to 9 Squares of Numbers from 1 to 12 Squares of Numbers from 1 to 20 Common Squares (Squares of 1 to 15, 20, 25, and multiples of 10 to 90) Squares of Numbers from 1 to 32 Squares of Numbers from 1 to 99
 Square Roots Square Roots 0 to 9 Square Roots 1 to 12 Square Roots 1 to 20 Common Square Roots (1 to 15, 20, 25, and multiples of 10 to 90) Square Roots 1 to 32 Square Roots 1 to 99
 Squares and Square Roots Mixed Squares and Square Roots of Numbers 1 to 16 Squares and Square Roots of Common Numbers (1 to 15, 20, 25, and multiples of 10 to 90)
 Cubes of Numbers Cubes of Numbers from 0 to 9 Cubes of Numbers from 1 to 12 Cubes of Numbers from 1 to 20 Cubes of Numbers from 1 to 32
 Cube Roots Cube Roots 0 to 9 Cube Roots 1 to 12 Cube Roots 1 to 20 Common Cube Roots (1 to 15, 20, 25, and multiples of 10 to 90) Cube Roots 1 to 32 Cube Roots 1 to 99
 Cubes and Cube Roots Cubes and Cube Roots
 Exponents in Factor Form Exponents in Factor Form
Other Base Number Systems
The binary number system has broad applications, but it is most known for its predominance in computer architecture. Learning about the binary system not only encourages higher order thinking, but it also prepares students for further studies in mathematics and computer studies. The chart below may be useful for students who need some help lining things up and learning about place value as it relates to the binary system. We included a base 10 number column, so you can use the chart for converting between decimal and binary systems.
 Binary Place Value Chart Binary Place Value Chart
The mystery number trick below is actually based on binary numbers. As you may know, each place in the binary system is a power of 2 (1, 2, 4, 8, 16, etc.). Since every decimal (base 10) number can be expressed as a binary number, each decimal number can therefore be expressed as a sum of a unique set of powers of 2. It is this concept that makes this trick work. You might notice that the largest decimal number on the cards is 63 which is also the largest 6digit binary number (111111). The target position on each version of the mystery number trick contains the powers of 2 associated with the first 6 place values in the binary system (1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32). Each of the 6 cards represents a specific place value. All 32 numbers on each card contain a 1 in the associated place when written in binary. Basically, when the "friend" identifies the cards that contain the mystery number, they are giving you a binary number that simply needs converting into a decimal number. Just for fun, we mixed up the numbers on the cards and the target position on versions C to J. Version A includes numbers in ascending order and version B includes numbers in descending order. The other versions (B to J) will be available once you click on the A version below.
 Binary Mystery Number Trick Mystery Number Trick
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 Converting from Binary Numbers to Other Base Number Systems Converting from Binary to Decimal Converting from Binary to Octal Converting from Binary to Hexadecimal Converting from Binary to Various Other Base Sytems
 Converting from Octal Numbers to Other Base Number Systems Converting from Octal to Decimal Converting from Octal to Binary Converting from Octal to Hexadecimal Converting from Octal to Various Other Base Sytems
 Converting from Hexadecimal Numbers to Other Base Number Systems Converting from Hexadecimal to Decimal Converting from Hexadecimal to Binary Converting from Hexadecimal to Octal Converting from Hexadecimal to Various Other Base Sytems
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Help with Converting Between Base Number Systems:
There are shortcuts for converting between some bases. For example, converting from binary to octal takes little effort since 8 is a power of 2. Each group of 3 digits in a binary number represents a single digit in an octal number. For example, 111 2 (the 2 stands for binary or base 2) is 7 8 (the 8 stands for octal or base 8). The simple way to convert binary numbers to octal numbers is to group the binary number into groups of three digits. For example, 111010101000111 2 could be written as 111 010 101 000 111. Converting each group into octal means multiplying the first digit of each group by 4, the second digit by 2 and the third digit by 1 then adding the results together. This will result in digits no larger than 7 (since 4 + 2 + 1 = 7) and the number will be converted to base 8. In octal, therefore, the number is 72507 8 . If you can express the octal numbers from 0 to 7 in binary, you can easily convert the other way. For example 7223 8 = 111010010011 2 since 7 is 111, 2 is 010, and 3 is 011 in binary.
A similar shortcut for converting between binary and base 4 numbers involves looking at binary numbers in groups of 2. Similarly, converting from base 3 to base 9 and base 4 to base 16 involves groups of two. Converting from binary to hexadecimal would involve groups of 4.
For other conversions, a commonly used tactic is to convert to decimal as an intermediate step since this is the base system that is probably ingrained in your brain, so it is much more intuitive. For example, converting from a base 5 number to a base 7 number would involve first converting the base 5 number to base 10. To convert, it is only necessary to know the place values of the system that you are converting from and to. In base 5, the lowest place value (furthest to the right) of whole numbers is 1 followed by 5, 25, 125 and so on. In base 7, the place values are 1, 7, 49, 343 and so on. First multiply the digits in the base 5 number by its place values, then divide the resulting decimal number by the base 7 place values and you will have your conversion. For example 4331 5 is expanded to (4 × 125) + (3 × 25) + (3 × 5) + (1 × 1) = 500 + 75 + 15 + 1 = 591 (in base 10). To continue into base 7, there are at least two ways, the second method is in the next paragraph. For simplicity's sake, take the largest base 7 place value that will divide into 591 at least once. In this case it is 343 which goes into 591 exactly once (1) with a remainder of 248. Divide the remainder by the next place value down, 49, to get (5) with a remainder of 3. Divide 3 by 7 which is (0) with a remainder of 3. Finally, divide by 1 which should leave no remainder, and it is (3) in this case. Put all those digits together and you should have your number in base 7: 1503 7 .
A method to convert directly from one base system to another involves knowing how to divide in the base system you want to convert from. It is fairly easy if you are familiar with the base system. Simply divide the number by the base you want to convert to (but express it in the original base system). Repeat until the division results in 0 with or without a remainder. Convert the remainders and put them in reverse order for the number in the new base system. For example, convert 3750 8 to hexadecimal (base 16). 16 in base 8 is 20 8 . The first step is to divide 3750 8 by 20 8 = 176 8 R 10 8 . Next, divide 176 8 by 20 8 to get 7 8 R 16 8 . Finally, 7 8 divided by 20 8 is 0 8 R 7 8 . Convert the remainders to base 16 (which you may have to think of in terms of decimal numbers, or you can use your fingers and some toes) and write the digits in reverse order. 7 8 is 7 16 , 16 8 is (14 in decimal) E 16 , and 10 8 is 8 16 . So, the number 3750 8 is 7A8 16 .
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Number Recognition Worksheets
Number Hunt : 10 Worksheet
A fun and engaging worksheet tasking students to locate and highlight all the number 10s.
Number Hunt : 2 Worksheet
A fun and engaging worksheet that challenges students to locate and highlight all the number 2s.
Number Hunt : 18 Worksheet
A fun and engaging worksheet dedicated to locating and marking all occurrences of the number 18.
Number Hunt : 3 Worksheet
A funfilled worksheet designed to enhance number recognition by finding and marking all the 3s.
Number Tracing Worksheets
Color Fruits and Trace Numbers (Within 10) Worksheet
Funfilled worksheet where students color and trace fruits, practicing their counting skills within 10.
Color Fruits and Trace Numbers (Within 3) Worksheet
This worksheet provides a fun activity of coloring and tracing fruits, while learning numbers up to 3.
Color Fruits and Trace Numbers (Within 5) Worksheet
Fun, interactive worksheet where students color vibrant fruits and trace numbers up to 5!
Color the Flowers and Trace the Number 11 Worksheet
A colorful, engaging worksheet where students brighten flowers and trace the number 11.
Number Sequence Worksheets
Finding the Missing Numbers Worksheet
This downloadable worksheet is designed to practice finding missing numbers.
Guess the Missing Number Worksheet
Reveal the secrets of math wizardry by guessing the missing number.
Count Numbers upto 20 Worksheet
Use this printable worksheet to count numbers upto 20 to strengthen your math skills.
Complete the Counting Worksheet
Be on your way to become a mathematician by practicing to complete the counting.
Counting Worksheets
Count upto 20 using Objects Worksheet
Help your child revise number sense by counting upto 20 using objects.
Count in Patterns Worksheet
Solidify your math skills by practicing to count in patterns.
Groups of Animals Worksheet
Focus on core math skills with this fun worksheet by working with groups of animals.
Count using Pictures Worksheet
Put your skills to the test by practicing to count using pictures.
Compare Numbers Worksheets
Use Counting to Compare Worksheet
Boost your ability to use counting to compare by printing this playful worksheet.
Express the Number in Tens & Ones Worksheet
Combine math learning with adventure by solving to express the number in tens & ones.
Comparing Numbers Using Blocks Worksheet
Focus on core math skills with this fun worksheet by comparing numbers using blocks.
Check the Number Comparisons within 1000 Worksheet
Boost your child's math skills with this worksheet on comparing 3digit numbers within 1,000.
Order Numbers Worksheets
Arrange 3Digit Numbers in Descending Order Worksheet
This worksheet provides exercises on arranging 3digit numbers from the highest to the lowest.
Arrange 3Digit Numbers in Ascending Order Worksheet
This worksheet focuses on enhancing your skills in arranging 3digit numbers in increasing order.
Order Numbers Worksheet
Reveal the secrets of math wizardry by practicing to order numbers.
Classify the Number Sequences Worksheet
This downloadable worksheet is designed to help you classify number sequences.
Skip Counting Worksheets
Count the Objects in Groups of 10 Worksheet
Boost your ability to count objects in groups of 10 by printing this playful worksheet.
Skip Count by 2 on Hundreds Chart Worksheet
Practice and enhance your skip counting skills by 2s using a hundreds chart with this worksheet.
Skip Count by 5 on Hundreds Chart Worksheet
Improve your skip counting skills with this worksheet on counting by 5s on a hundreds chart.
Skip Count by 100 Worksheet
A worksheet designed to enhance students' ability to count by 100s in a fun and engaging manner.
Even and Odd Numbers Worksheets
Odd Numbers Within 50 Worksheet
An engaging worksheet designed to help students identify and mark all the odd numbers within the range of 50.
Even Numbers Within 50 Worksheet
A worksheet designed to help students identify and mark all the even numbers within the range of 50.
Odd Numbers Within 100 Worksheet
A worksheet designed to help students identify and mark all the odd numbers up to 100.
Even Numbers Within 20 Worksheet
An engaging worksheet for students to identify and highlight all the even numbers up to 20.
Place Value Worksheets
Match Numbers up to 100 to Their Expanded Forms Worksheet
Boost math skills with this worksheet on matching numbers up to 100 with their expanded forms.
Count upto using 10frames Worksheet
Focus on core math skills with this fun worksheet by counting using 10frames.
Identify the 2Digit Number Using Given Clues Worksheet
Engaging worksheet to help students identify 2digit numbers using provided clues up to 100.
Writing 3Digit Number on Place Value Chart in Different Ways Worksheet
Explore this worksheet on crafting 3digit numbers on a place value chart in various forms.
Round Numbers Worksheets
Identify 3Digit Numbers Using Clues Related to Rounding Worksheet
A worksheet for mastering the identification of 3digit numbers using rounding clues.
Round Numbers to Nearest 10 and Sort Worksheet
Practice rounding off numbers to the nearest 10 and then sorting them in order in this engaging worksheet.
Previous and Next Tens on a Number Line Worksheet
Learners must practice the previous and the next tens on a number line to enhance their math skills.
Identify Numbers That Round to the Given Multiple of 100 Worksheet
This worksheet tests your skills in identifying numbers that round to certain multiples of 100.
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Count Backwards within 20 with Christmas Cookies Worksheet
Master the skill of backward counting with this interactive worksheet on sequences within 20.
Check the Number Comparisons within 10 Worksheet
Engaging worksheet to master comparison of numbers within 10 without visual aids.
Ones Place Within 100 Worksheet
A worksheet designed to help students identify and mark numbers within 100 that have 1 in the ones place.
Count Backwards within 20 with Clouds Worksheet
An engaging worksheet for mastering the skill of backward counting sequences within 20.
Compare and Find Missing Numbers within 10 Worksheet
This worksheet enhances your child's ability to compare numbers within 10 without visual aids.
Count in Groups of 10 Worksheet
Learn number sense at the speed of lightning by practicing to count in groups of 10.
Tens Place Within 100 Worksheet
A worksheet focused on identifying and marking all numbers within 100 that have 2 in the tens place.
Number Hunt : 1 Worksheet
A funfilled worksheet designed to help students identify and mark all instances of the number 1.
Color Fruits and Trace Word Forms (Within 5) Worksheet
Engaging worksheet teaching kids to color, trace, and count up to 5 fruits for better number recognition.
Count Backwards within 20 with Dinosaurs Worksheet
Enhance your child's counting skills with this worksheet on finding missing numbers in a backward sequence from 20.
Count using 5frames Worksheet
Boost your ability to count using 5frames by printing this playful worksheet.
Compare and Find the Greatest Number within 10 Worksheet
This worksheet helps kids to identify and compare numbers up to 10, without the aid of visual support.
Count Rods & Unit Blocks Worksheet
Combine math learning with adventure by learning to count rods & unit blocks.
Teen Numbers Using 10frames Worksheet
Learners must practice teen numbers using 10frames to enhance their math skills.
Number Hunt : 5 Worksheet
A funfilled worksheet tasking students to hunt down and mark all occurrences of the number 5.
Color Animals and Trace Numbers (Within 3) Worksheet
Explore this worksheet, where kids can learn basic counting up to 3 by coloring and tracing animal figures.
Count Backwards within 20 with Donuts Worksheet
A worksheet designed to enhance kids' proficiency in counting backwards from 20.
Count using Fingers Worksheet
Focus on core math skills with this fun worksheet by practicing to count using fingers.
Compare and Find the Smaller Number within 10 Worksheet
This worksheet tests your ability to determine which number is less, without visual aids.
Count Tens & Ones Worksheet
Reveal the secrets of math wizardry by practicing to count tens & ones.
Decomposing a Teen Number Worksheet
In this worksheet, learners will get to decompose a teen number.
Round Numbers to Nearest 100 and Sort Worksheet
A worksheet focused on rounding numbers to the nearest 100 and sorting them in order.
Number Hunt : 4 Worksheet
A funfilled worksheet tasking students to identify and highlight all the number 4s from the given set of numbers.
Color Animals and Trace Numbers (Within 5) Worksheet
Engage in this fun worksheet that lets you color and trace animals while learning to count up to 5!
Counting Sequence Worksheet
Kids must practice counting sequence in this worksheet.
Count Backwards within 20 with Flowers Worksheet
Boost your child's counting skills with this worksheet on backward sequences from 20.
Browse Our Comprehensive Collection of Printable Number Sense Worksheets!
Explore the world of numbers with our captivating Number Sense worksheets that align perfectly with the Common Core Standards and serve as a comprehensive resource for teachers and parents.
Number sense is the intuitive understanding of numbers, their relationships, and how they are used in everyday life, helping kids grasp math concepts more naturally. These numbers worksheets are not just about learning to count; they're about helping kids understand numbers deeply, recognize patterns, and build a solid foundation for advanced concepts in higher grades.
From number recognition and basic counting to exploring place values and number comparison, our worksheets offer a variety of exercises that cater to all learning styles, ensuring a fun and effective math experience for young learners. For the younger kids, our learning numbers worksheets are filled with colorful illustrations, making memorizing and understanding numbers much more enjoyable.
Embark on a numerical adventure with SplashLearn’s number learning worksheets, which include fun activities and tasks for kids, turning math lessons into exciting adventures, and watch your child's number sense flourish!
Topics Covered in Number Sense Worksheets across Different Grades
Let’s take a gradewise overview of concepts covered under number sense worksheets.



 • Number recognition up to 20 • Number sequence up to 20 • Counting objects within 10 • Writing numbers within 10 • Number representation • Comparing and ordering numbers within 10 • Place value understanding (within 10) 
 • Number recognition up to 20 • Number sequence up to 20 • Backward sequence from 20 • Counting objects within 20 • Writing numbers within 20 • Number representation • Comparing and ordering numbers within 20 • Place value understanding (within 10) 
 • Number recognition up to 20 • Number sequence up to 20 • Backward sequence from 20 • Counting objects within 20 • Writing numbers within 20 • Number representation using place value blocks • Skip counting (by 10) • Comparing and ordering numbers within 100 • Place values within 100 
 • Counting all strategy • Number representation using place value blocks • Skip counting (by 10) • Comparing and ordering 3digit numbers • Even and odd numbers • Place values within 100 • 3digit numbers on the place value chart 
 • Number representation using place value blocks • Comparing multidigit numbers • Even and odd numbers • 3digit numbers on the place value chart • Rounding numbers (to the nearest 10, to the nearest 100) 
 • Comparing and ordering multidigit numbers • 3digit numbers on the place value chart • Rounding numbers (to the nearest 10, to the nearest 100) 
 • Comparing and ordering multidigit numbers • Reading and writing numbers using place value charts • Rounding numbers 
Benefits of Number Worksheets for Kids
 Mastering Numbers and their Relationships : From recognizing and writing numbers to understanding sequences and place values, these worksheets solidify the basics of numeracy, setting a strong mathematical foundation.
 Better Numerical and Analytical Skills: Through activities like comparing, ordering numbers, and identifying even and odd numbers, children develop critical thinking and problemsolving skills, which are essential for academic success.
 Improved Counting and Calculation Skills: Engaging kids in tasks in counting, skip counting, and number representation boosts their confidence, preparing kids for more complex concepts like number operations. To master counting skills, students can work through a series of practice number worksheets, gradually increasing in difficulty.
 Perfect Math Practice at Home: Parents appreciate these printable number worksheets available online, which help them easily continue their child's math practice at home. Kids’ number worksheets feature a variety of question themes, keeping children engaged and eager to learn.
What Are the Best 5 Number Worksheets for Kids?
Sharing 4 thoughtfully selected number worksheets to give you the best idea of various exercises, activities, and question formats:
 Count Backwards within 20 with Clouds
 Color Fruits and Trace Numbers (Within 10)
 Match the Place Value Blocks with Numbers
 Compare Using 10frames Worksheet
 Odd Numbers Within 50
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2Digit Numbers in Expanded Form Worksheet
Explore twodigit numbers in standard form and expanded form with this set of two cutandpaste style worksheets.
How to Write 2Digit and 3Digit Numbers Worksheet
Explore how to represent number values in standard form, word form, expanded form, and picture form with this multipurpose place value worksheet.
4Digit Numbers Worksheet
Practice reading and writing 4digit numbers with this printable PDF worksheet.
Find a Friend Expanded Form Worksheet
Explore expanding 2digit to 6digit numbers with your students with this expanding form active worksheet.
6Digit Number of the Day Worksheet
A 6digit place value worksheet to represent the number of the day in different ways.
Representing TwoDigit Numbers  Place Value Worksheet
A set of worksheets for students to use when learning about place value and the different way twodigit numbers can be represented.
Daily Spiral Math Worksheet (34)
Review a variety of place value and number sense standards with a daily spiral math review worksheet.
4Digit Number Riddles Cut and Paste
Use these 4digit number worksheets to help students practice matching numbers up to 10,000 with their word and expanded forms.
Santa's MixUp  Place Value & Expanded Form Math Worksheets
Add some Christmas spirit to your place value lesson plans with printable Christmas place value worksheets for 2nd graders.
Thanksgiving Place Value Worksheets for 2nd Grade
Match number, word, and expanded forms of numbers with a fun set of printable Thanksgiving Math worksheets for second grade.
Place Value Worksheets for 2nd Grade  Thanksgiving Math Mazes
Save the turkey and match numbers, words, and expanded forms of numbers with a fun set of printable 2ndgrade Thanksgiving Math maze worksheets.
Thanksgiving Color By Number Worksheet  2nd Grade Place Value
Have some Thanksgiving Math fun with a printable Thanksgiving Color By Number worksheet to practice standard, expanded, word, and base ten forms.
Double Digit Numbers Mystery Worksheet
Explore double digit place value with this fun clue based mystery worksheet for your students.
Missing Numbers in Expanded Form Worksheet
Practice converting double digit numbers into their expanded form with this easy to use student worksheet.
Reading and Writing 2Digit Numbers Worksheet
Practice converting expanded form numbers into their standard form with this worksheet.
TwoDigit Expanded Form RaceThemed Worksheet
Race through identifying the standard form of 2digit numbers in expanded form with this fun racethemed worksheet.
TwoDigit Numbers Maze Worksheet
Explore twodigit numbers with this fun maze where students use clues to make their way from the start to the finish.
Thanksgiving Turkey Hide!  Place Value Worksheet
Save the Thanksgiving Turkeys and practice modeling numbers in base ten with a printable Thanksgiving Math Worksheet
Expanded Form Worksheet Pack
Practice expanding 2digit to 6digit numbers with this set of 5 worksheets.
Number of the Day Worksheet
Explore 4, 5, and 6digit numbers using this number of the day worksheet with your students.
Roll and Expand Numbers Worksheet Pack
Explore place value with your students using this set of leveled expanding numbers worksheets.
Place Value Worksheets (Platypus Theme)
Practice writing numbers in standard form, expanded form, and word form with this differentiated worksheet.
Number Forms Worksheet
Help students practice recognizing and writing numbers in word form and expanded form with this worksheet.
3Digit Number Forms Worksheet
Help students practice their knowledge of 3digit numbers with this place value worksheet that covers base ten blocks, standard form, and expanded form.
A fillintheblank worksheet for your students to practice putting 3digit numbers in standard form, expanded form, and written form.
Flip, Draw, Expand! – Place Value Worksheet (5Digit Numbers)
A worksheet to use when practicing place value with 5digit numbers.
Flip, Draw, Expand! – Place Value Worksheet (3Digit Numbers)
A worksheet to use when practicing place value with 3digit numbers.
Flip, Draw, Expand!  Place Value Worksheet (2Digit Numbers)
A worksheet to use when reviewing 2digit place value.
The Place Value Structure Challenge
A handson activity to use in the classroom when assessing 3digit place value.
3Digit Place Value Scavenger Hunt Worksheet
A fun, scavengerhunt style worksheet to use in the classroom when exploring 3digit place value.
3Digit Number of the Day Worksheet
A 3digit place value worksheet to represent the number of the day in different ways.
3Digit Abacus Worksheets
A set of three worksheets for students to use when using an abacus to model and represent 3digit numbers.
 Reading and Writing Numbers Games
Free Numbers Worksheets
Download free printable numbers worksheets and use them in class today. On this page, you can find a collection of worksheets about numbers and counting in English. These English worksheets are great for kids and beginner English language learners.
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Free Place Value Worksheets Reading & Writing 3 digit numbers
Welcome to the 2nd Grade Math Salamanders Free Place Value Worksheets. Here you will find our selection of place value sheets to help your child learn to read, write and compare 3 digit numbers.
Counting is one of the very first skills young children learn to do in their math journey.
When children first learn to count, they learn the number sequence, usually up to ten, but without an understanding of what the numbers mean.
Next, they learn to count objects and numbers of things that are in front of them and learn 1:1 correspondence when counting.
During this stage children are still learning their number sequence, and that numbers continue past 10. They learn to count up to higher numbers like 20 or 30. Eventually, they manage to learn to count up to 100, and that numbers up to 100 can be split up into tens and ones. Their Place Value learning has begun!
At a higher level, children know their place value up to 1000. They can count accurately by 1s, 10s and 100s from different starting points, and can split numbers up into hundreds, tens and ones.
By the end of 2nd grade, most children should be able to:
 read, write, compare and order numbers up to 1000.
 count by 1s, 2s, 5s, 10s, 100s for at least 25 terms;
 count on or back by 1s, 10s and 100s from a range of starting points (up to 1000);
 identify the number of 1s, 10s or 100s in a 3 digit number, and say what the value of each digit is;
 write 3 digit numbers in expanded form, e.g. 375 = 300 + 70 + 5;
 take a number written in expanded form and work out its value, e.g. 700 + 20 + 4 = 724;
Place Value  Reading and Writing 3 Digit Numbers
The following worksheets involve reading, writing and comparing a range of 3 digit numbers.
Most of the sheets involve matching or changing 3 digit numbers written in words to numbers written in figures.
Some of the sheets also include a challenge or a key question to help your child extend learning and thinking.
An answer sheet is available for each worksheet provided.
The worksheets in this section are carefully graded, allowing you to introduce concepts at an easier level before introducing harder work.
Using the sheets in this section will help your child to:
 read and write 3 digit numbers;
 being to compare 3 digit numbers, saying when a number comes between two others.
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Free Place Value Worksheets  Reading and Writing 3 digits
 Reading and Writing 3 Digits Sheet 1
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 Reading and Writing 3 Digits Sheet 2
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 Reading and Writing 3 Digits Sheet 3
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 Reading and Writing 3 Digits Sheet 4
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 Reading and Writing 3 Digits Sheet 5
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 Reading and Writing 3 Digits Sheet 6
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Free Place Value Worksheets  Reading, Writing and Comparing 3 digits
The sheets in this section also involve comparing 3 digit numbers and saying when a number lies between two other numbers.
 Reading Writing Comparing 3 Digits Sheet 1
 Reading Writing Comparing 3 Digits Sheet 2
Looking for something a little easier?
These worksheets are at an easier level than those on this page.
They involve using place value up to 200.
These sheets provide a good way of introducing children to numbers over 100.
 Place Value Worksheets to 200
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Try some of our new place value worksheets to 1000 to help you understand all about hundreds, tens and ones.
These sheets involve using place value and counting in hundreds, tens and ones to combine numbers together.
 Place Value Blocks Worksheets 3 Digits
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Place Value Worksheet Generators
These worksheets involve finding the value of different digits in a 3digit number.
You can also practice converting between expanded form and standard form.
The sheets are randomly generated so you get a different one each time!
As well as 3digit numbers, you can also generate 2digit and 4digit numbers to find the value for.
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Ordering 3 Digit Numbers
The worksheets in this section are all about reading and ordering a range of 3 digit numbers.
 Read 3 digit numbers;
 Compare 3 digit numbers and put them in order.
These sheets will support your child with their place value learning.
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Odd Numbers and Even Numbers Worksheets
This page will help you to understand all about odd and even numbers.
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Number thirteen, number fourteen, number fifteen, number sixteen, number seventeen, number eighteen, number nineteen, number twenty, counting up to 20.
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Reading comprehension to learn numbers and counting.
There are 5 reading comprehension passages in the numbers and counting kit. This one is about a playful puppy. 
Reading comprehension passages are followed by a few pages of worksheets that include up to 8 tasks. 
Some worksheets are designed to teach both cardinal and ordinal numbers. 
There is a version of each reading comprehension passage where some nouns are replaced with pictures to offer kids a special reading challenge. 
A reading comprehension passage about a little mouse. 
A short reading comprehension passage about a beautiful butterfly. 
A reading comprehension passage about a cute tiger cub. 
A reading comprehension passage about a girl who loves playing with soap bubbles. 
The reading comprehension kit includes printable English numbers flashcards. 
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