# Decimals in Standard Form Worksheets

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With our free printable worksheets on writing decimals in standard form, converting expanded form of decimal numbers into standard form is no longer a tall order. Being savvier about the place value of decimals is the key here. Refer to a place value chart so you understand the value of decimals - from tenths to hundredths to all the way up to millionths - and write the number in the standard numeric form.

These free worksheets are highly recommended for students in grade 4, grade 5 and grade 6.

CCSS: 5.NBT

Standard Form Up to Thousandths | Worksheet #1

Attentively observe the expanded notation of the decimal number given as a sum of each digit multiplied by its place value, and convert it into standard form. In this worksheet, the place values of decimal digits extend up to thousandths.

Standard Form Up to Thousandths | Worksheet #2

Let 4th grade students boast some stellar achievements in writing decimal numbers in standard form with this free printable pdf. The key is to stick to the rules of place value through and through.

Standard Form Up to Millionths | Worksheet #1

Set a new benchmark in writing decimal numbers up to millionths in standard form with this free 5th grade resource. Determine the sum of all the values to get the standard form of the number.

Standard Form Up to Millionths | Worksheet #2

Spruce up your practice and gain proficiency in transforming decimal numbers to standard form with this exclusive pdf featuring decimal place value from tenths to millionths.

Product Form to Standard Form | Up to Thousandths

Bring home amazing skills in rewriting decimal numbers in expanded product form into standard form with this free printable worksheet. Take a look at the digits multiplied by their pertinent place values and write them in standard form.

Product Form to Standard Form | Up to Millionths

The place values of the decimal part up to millionths are represented in unit fractions. Let students of grade 5 and grade 6 make the most of this resource and get ready to conversantly write the expression in standard form.