Standard, Expanded and Word Form:
Write Expanded Form Numbers in Standard Form

Practice worksheets for converting numbers from expanded notation (place value) into standard numeric notation.

Write the Number in Standard Form: Two Digits

Write the Number in Standard Form: Three Digits

Write the Number in Standard Form: Four Digits

Write the Number in Standard Form: Six Digits

Write the Number in Standard Form: Seven Digits

Write Expanded Form in Standard Form: Decimals with Tenths

Write Expanded Form in Standard Form: Decimals with Hundredths

Write Expanded Form in Standard Form: Decimals with Thousandths

Write Expanded Form in Standard Form: Mixed Decimals

Expanded to Standard Form Worksheets

The worksheets on this page translate from the expanded form numbers back into traditional numeric form. These are the opposite problems from those on the worksheets in the prior section, so you can mix worksheets from this set with those from the previous set to check comprehension of expanded form concepts from both directions.

The problems on these worksheets have varying lengths of digits, and some worksheets have a mix. There are variations with and without decimals, including place values out to thousandths. All worksheets include full answer keys and make for great homework assignments, tests or just general in-class practice assignments.

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