Numbers in Words Worksheets
Practice writing numbers in words and vice versa with our comprehensive collection of printable number names worksheets. With exclusive exercises and increasing difficulty levels that come with varying numbers of digits, students master writing any numbers in words by methodically counting the place value from ones, tens, hundreds, thousands, and so on.
These free pdf resources are ideal for students in kindergarten through grade 6.
CCSS: K.CC, 2.NBT, 4.NBT, 5.NBT
Lend your little champs a hand as they take their first step toward number names with this simple exercise! They name the numbers 1 to 10 presented at radom and write the appropriate word on the blank beside.
Make a sterling effort writing numbers 1-20 in words! With 10 questions in each of these 3 printable worksheets, kids in kindergarten and 1st grade gain a solid understanding of writing word names of these numbers. Go 1, 2, 3, and 4!
Dig out a pattern and remember 2-digit names easily! Numbers 11 to 19 and the tens up to 90 have unique names. Apart from these, all others are named after the place value of their digits. For example, the number 21 is spelled as twenty-one, where “twenty” denotes the tens place value and “one” denotes the ones.
Take the number-naming skills of 2nd grade and 3rd grade kids to the next level by acquainting them to expressing numbers up to 1,000 in the word form. Figure out the place value of each digit, and put them all together in words!
Thousands, hundreds, tens, and ones are the four positions held by the digits here. Just spell out each digit along with its position and that’s it! Smile, for you are on your way to becoming a number name master!
Be on top of your game writing 5-digit numbers in words easily and accurately with these free pdf worksheets. Best for grade 3, grade 4, and grade 5.
Upskill students to instantly write 6-digit numbers in words with these printable worksheets. Combine the digit names with the appropriate place names: hundred thousands to ones, and write down the phrases on the blanks.
Who hasn’t dreamed of becoming a millionaire? The word “millions” rings in a great spell of money; now it does math, too. Walk through these pdf worksheets and make yourself conversant with naming millions, ten millions, and hundred millions.
Give it your best shot while writing billions in words! Provide students with heaps of practice writing numbers formed with up to 12 digits in word forms. Strongly recommended for 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade.
Explore a collection of free number names worksheets and practice expressing 7-digit, 8-digit, 9-digit, 10-digit, 11-digit, and 12-digit numbers in words.
Let no more doubts pester you while writing decimal numbers in words! In this printable practice set, recall decimal place value and name an array of decimals with digits in the tenths, hundredths, and thousandths places.
How will you express sixty-two dollars and forty cents in figures? Well, the answer is $62.40. Try this set of money in words worksheets which encloses ample practice in writing amounts in words as well as translating word names as decimal figures!