# Multi-digit Place Value Worksheets

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Improve place value skills with our multi-digit place value worksheets! A variety of exercises, including writing, converting, ordering, comparing, and rounding, make large numbers easy to handle. Refer to the attached answer key as needed. Use our free worksheets to learn place value the fun way!

Writing Multi-digit Numbers in Words

Explore our collection of worksheets on number names for multi-digit numbers to practice speed and accuracy while expressing 7-digit, 8-digit, 9-digit, 10-digit, 11-digit, and 12-digit numbers in words.

Values of the Underlined Digits

Utilize these multi-digit place value worksheets, where young learners complete two sections in each pdf to test their knowledge of large numbers by identifying the value of the underlined digits.

Adding Commas | Level 1

Practice reading multi-digit numbers by adding commas to separate the digits, making it easier to identify large numbers. Ensure that the commas are correctly placed to reflect the place value.

Adding Commas | Level 2

Develop your understanding of place value and the correct use of commas in large numbers with this more challenging exercise. Observe the numbers and insert commas in the appropriate places.

Standard and Expanded Form of Multi-Digit Numbers

Begin understanding place values for multi-digit numerals by writing numbers in standard form ranging from 7-digit to 9-digit, and converting from standard to expanded form using these printables.

Standard and Expanded Word Form of Multi-Digit Numbers

Express the place value of each digit by converting numbers from standard form to expanded word form, and then reverse the process by converting from expanded word form back to standard form.

Standard and Expanded Product Form of Multi-Digit Numbers

Observe each large number given in product form and convert it into standard numeric notation. Then, take the multi-digit numbers from standard form and change them into expanded product form.

Comparing Multi-digit Numbers

As numbers get longer, comparing them becomes trickier! Help children in grade 4 and grade 5 tackle large numbers head-on and compare millions place values in these multi-digit comparison worksheets.

Converting Between Place Values

Complete this two-part conversion exercise by first writing the equivalent value for each digit, and then writing each number in terms of its different place values using the provided format.

Rearranging Multi-Digit Numbers

Rearrange the digits in each set to form the largest or smallest number possible. In the final part, rearrange the digits to create different number values, including 5-digit to 8-digit numbers.

Ordering Multi-digit Numbers

Study the place values of digits and arrange the large numbers from smallest to largest, and vice versa. Additionally, line up the multi-digit numbers in ascending or descending order based on the inequality symbols.

• Standard
• Using Symbols

Ordering Multi-digit Numbers in a Place Value Box

Arrange the numbers in increasing or decreasing order within place value boxes starting from the ones place to the ten millions place in this collection of multi-digit numbers worksheets.

Round Numbers to the Underlined Place Value

Rounding numbers is representing a number with a figure that's closer to its value and easier to use. Let the kids in grade 3 and grade 4 round the numbers according to the underlined place value.

Rounding Large Numbers

Practice rounding large numbers to the nearest specified value in Level One, and round the numbers, then record the answers in the provided columns in Level Two.

• Level 1
• Level 2

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