# Standard and Expanded Form Worksheets

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Explore our standard and expanded form worksheets with exercises for kids to write 2-digit, 3-digit, 4-digit, 5-digit and multi-digit numbers in various formats. Exercises include writing numbers in word form and product form, with answer keys attached. Download the free worksheets to help kids effortlessly convert between standard and expanded forms.

Standard and Expanded Form of 2-Digit Numbers

Break the number into tens and ones, write each digit's value according to its place value, or convert expanded notation to standard notation to express 2-digit numbers in expanded and standard forms.

Standard and Expanded Word Form | 2-Digit Numbers

Introduce the concept of number word form to kids in grade 2 and grade 3 with this set of worksheets on writing 2-digit numbers in both standard and expanded word form.

Standard and Expanded Form of 3-Digit Numbers

The expanded form of the number 278 is 200 + 70 + 8. Similarly, the standard form of 400 + 50 + 6 is 456. Practice this skill with this bunch of printables featuring numerals between 1 and 999.

Standard and Expanded Word Form | 3-Digit Numbers

This set of standard and expanded word form worksheets requires 4th grade and 5th grade children to convert three-digit numbers that are in standard form to expanded word form and vice versa.

Standard and Expanded Form of 4-Digit and 5-Digit Numbers

Practice writing 4-digit and 5-digit numbers in standard form according to their place values. Also, rewrite each number as the sum of the values of the digits in the ones, tens, hundreds, thousands, and ten thousands places.

Standard and Expanded Word Form | 4-Digit and 5-Digit Numbers

To complete this exercise, first, convert 4-digit and 5-digit numbers from standard numeric notation to expanded place value word form. Then, change the expanded notation back to standard word form.

Standard and Expanded Product Form | 4-Digit and 5-Digit Numbers

The number 9,381 is written as (9 x 1,000) + (3 x 100) + (8 x 10) + (1 x 1) in expanded product form. Similarly, (4 x 10,000) + (9 x 100) + (3 x 10) + (8 x 1) converts to 40,938 in standard form. Thatâ€™s all there is to it!

Standard and Expanded Form of 6-Digit / Multi-Digit Numbers

Decode the expanded form of large numbers to write them in standard form. Additionally, convert multi-digit numbers, starting from 6 digits, into expanded notation by breaking down to show the place value of each digit.

Standard and Expanded Word Form | 6-Digit / Multi-Digit Numbers

Master writing 6-digit and multi-digit numbers in standard and expanded word form with these pdfs. For example, 103,495 is written as 1 hundred thousand + 3 thousands + 4 hundreds + 9 tens + 5 ones.

Standard and Expanded Product Form | 6-Digit / Multi-Digit Numbers

Converting large numbers to standard form is a great way to grasp place values for multi-digit numerals. This exercise helps children write 6-digit and multi-digit numbers in standard and expanded product form.