# Decimals in Expanded Form Worksheets

So long as you have access to our free printable worksheets, practicing writing decimal numbers up to six decimal place values in expanded form will never feel like drudgery. Let’s, for instance, try writing the decimal 2.516 in expanded form. Split the digits according to the place values and represent them as an addition statement. So the answer is 2 + 0.5 + 0.01 + 0.006. These free pdfs are a never-miss-it resource for teachers.

This bundle of decimal worksheets on expanded form caters to the students in 4th grade, 5th grade and 6th grade.

CCSS: 5.NBT

Expanded Form - Up to Thousandths | Worksheet #1

This 4th grade resource is your go-to tool to practice writing decimals in expanded notation. Observe the decimal number, expand the digits in terms of their place values, and jot them down as an addition statement.

Expanded Form - Up to Thousandths | Worksheet #2

Practice it to perfect it is an age-old watchword. It’s true of understanding the place value of decimals too. Start off with the largest place value, break the digits, and write it in expanded form by showing the value of each digit of the decimal.

Expanded Form - Up to Millionths | Worksheet #1

Let’s start representing decimals featuring digits up to millionths in expanded form with this 5th grade pdf worksheet. Split the digits in terms of thousands, hundreds, ones, tenths, hundredths, thousandths, and millionths. Rewrite the numeral in expanded form.

Expanded Form - Up to Millionths | Worksheet #2

Writing in expanded form is all about stretching the digits in the decimals in terms of place value and writing them as a sum of all the place values. This free worksheet featuring numbers up to millionths place is best for grade 5.

Expanded Product Form - Up to Thousandths

Grab this exercise to brighten your prospects of representing decimals in expanded product form by using unit fractions divided by powers of ten to denote the place values of the decimal digits.

Expanded Product Form - Up to Millionths

Test the skills of 6th grade students on writing decimals in expanded product form up to millionths using multiplication and fractions. Remember as the digit moves away from the decimal point, the number of zeros in the denominator increases.