# 4-Digit Place Value Worksheets

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Delve into our free, printable 4-digit place value worksheets awash with wide-ranging exercises involving the thousands, hundreds, tens, and ones place values. Kids will be excited to have a fantastic array of pdfs that help them understand how a change in the position of a digit changes the entire value of a number. With these tools at their disposal, children will start enjoying the math that lies in the little things they do every day.

These place value of 4-digit numbers worksheets are most recommended for students in grade 2, grade 3, and grade 4.

CCSS: 4.NBT

Reading 4-Digit Numbers | Abacus

Abacus makes working with numbers an easy affair! Grab our printable reading abacus worksheets, rich with abacus exercises of varying levels of difficulty, and identify 4-digit numbers effortlessly.

Writing 4-Digit Numbers in Words

Help 2nd grade kids display their number name skills, utilizing these pdf worksheets. Just spell out each digit along with its position, and that’s it! You never thought learning number names can be this easy, did you?

Values of the Underlined Digits

Don't miss out on these worksheets that provide comprehensive practice in finding the value of underlined digits. These exercises task kids with working out the values of digits in the 1,000s, 100s, 10s, or 1s place.

The number name story takes a surprise twist! Get all set to experience the excitement of rearranging digits to build the smallest and the largest numbers possible! Your child will surely enjoy working on these worksheets!

Writing 4-Digit Numbers in Standard Form

Try solving these challenging worksheets by applying the addition facts of the zero and condensing each numerical expression into a 4-digit number. Your scores will now be twice as stellar! Suitable for 3rd grade and 4th grade kids.

Writing 4-Digit Numbers in Expanded Form

Introduce these pdfs to children, and they'll ease into writing 4-digit numbers in expanded form. Instruct them to write the number as a sum of each digit multiplied by its matching place value. Suitable for grade 2 and grade 3.

Comparing 4-digit numbers by using the less than (<), greater than (>), and equal to (=) signs can be a bit of a challenge. Don't freak out yet, though! These printable resources will see you through the challenge!

Let grade 4 kids thrive with tons of practice in successfully putting 4-digit numbers in the indicated order! In these worksheets, minutely observe every digit and proceed with arranging the numbers in order.

Once they've observed the values of all places, 3rd grade and 4th grade students will follow the fundamental rules of rounding numbers, and round each 4-digit number as directed in these exercises!