# Standard Form Worksheets

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We use the standard notation in nearly every math calculation that we do, right from counting objects to measuring vast expanses. Each digit of such counts or measures exhibits a unique value according to the position it occupies. Here is where "place value"– a phrase that will reverberate across the arena of standard forms at all times – comes into play. So, in a nutshell, young learners must know how to write numbers in the standard form as well as identify the place values of their digits. Our collection of free printable standard form worksheets helps. The exercises here put forth whole numbers ranging from 2 digits to multiple digits and decimals in the expanded form and require students to convert them into the standard form.

This set of standard form worksheets is perfect for children in grade 1 through grade 5.

CCSS: 2.NBT, 4.NBT

Writing 2-Digit Numbers in the Standard Form

Greet a heartfelt hello to your standard form practice with this simple practice batch! The place values of the digits in the ones and tens places are presented as addends in the addition expression. Write the digits in the appropriate places and express the expression into the standard form.

Writing 3-Digit Numbers in the Standard Form

Continue to have a fire and passion to excel in standard forms and swing into some spirited conversion action with this set of pdf worksheets for 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grade! Express the 3-term expansion as a 3-digit number in the standard form. Practice – and practice alone – makes perfect.

Writing 4-Digit Numbers in the Standard Form

Let not having to write 4-digit numbers in standard forms put you in a spot of bother! Try solving these printable worksheets for grade 2, grade 3, and grade 4 and delve deeper into the topic of place value! Apply the addition facts of zero and condense each numerical expression to a 4-digit number. Your scores will now be twice as impressive!

Writing 5-Digit Numbers in the Standard Form

Stretch your practice session a little longer and stay a step ahead of your peers! Study the addends here, and figure out the digits that hold the ten thousands, thousands, hundreds, tens, and ones places of a 5-digit number. You now have standard forms pretty much wrapped around your fingers!

Writing 6-Digit Numbers in the Standard Form

Good enough in standard forms is not good enough if it can be better! Exceed your teacher’s expectations by instantly expressing 6-digit numerals in the standard notation! Decode the digits from the expanded form and write down the whole number with ones to hundred thousands places as your answer.

Writing Multi-Digit Numbers in the Standard Form

Students in 4th grade or 5th grade are now totally at home in their standard form tasks. Use these free handouts and ask them to determine which of the 7-digit, 8-digit, and 9-digit numbers stands for the 20+ expressions here.

Writing Decimals in the Standard Form

Unit fractions with multiples of ten in the denominator denote the place values of the decimal part of a number. Use this simple fact and condense an expansion to the decimal notation with this collection of decimals in standard form worksheets!