Writing Arabic Numerals Worksheets | I, V, X

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Our free, pdf worksheets on writing Arabic numerals worksheets in I, V, and X hold the key to mastery in determining XVII is equal to 17, for example. In the first section, children will convert the Roman numerals into Arabic numerals. The second section requires them to answer MCQs like “What number does XIII represent?” or “Which is the Arabic-numeral representation of XXXIV?” Thanks to our printable tools, the child should get a flying start in a traditionally challenging task, but do check if they are on the right track using the included answer key.

Our Arabic numerals worksheets are ideal for 3rd grade and 4th grade learners.

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