Writing 2-Digit Numbers in Expanded Form Worksheets

Ease the calculating pressure your child may encounter by helping them writing 2-digit numbers in expanded form using our PDF worksheets. Here’s an example setting it right. When we write the number 52, what the number really denotes is we have a total of 50 + 2. Students learn to break up a number according to the place value and expand it to show the actual value of each digit. With 15 exercises each involving numbers up to 99, these worksheets effectively test your child’s knowledge of basic 2-digit numbers. Check how swiftly and precisely they can expand the 2-digit number to show the value of every digit in these free printable exercises and verify results using the answer keys.

We recommend this set of PDF worksheets for grade 1, grade 2, and grade 3 students.

CCSS: 2.NBT

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