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

Practice expanded form worksheets for converting numbers from standard numeric notation into expanded place value form. Expanded form worksheets will help students understand place value concepts and be better able to understand the gaps in converting longer numbers with zero place values into word form or other representations.

Write the Number in Place Value Expanded Form: Two Digits

Write the Number in Place Value Expanded Form: Three Digits

Write the Number in Place Value Expanded Form: Four Digits

Write the Number in Place Value Expanded Form: Six Digits

Write the Number in Place Value Expanded 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

Write the Number in Expanded Form: Six Digits w/ Gaps

Write the Number in Expanded Form: Six Digits w/ Gaps

Write the Number in Expanded Form: Six and Seven Digits w/ Gaps

Write Numbers in Expanded Form Worksheets with Separate Place Value Multiplier

The expanded form worksheets on this page all involve taking a number written in conventional numeric form and rewriting it in expanded form with the place value broken out.

These worksheets will have expanded form problems with different lengths, including two digit numbers, three digit numbers, four digit numbers and six digit numbers. There are also sets the include decimals with tenths, hundredths and thousandths, or a mix of different fractional lengths. Finally, there are also worksheets that have zeroes in the number to be written in expanded form. These worksheets deal with the difficult concept of omitting the plave value's expansion in the final expanded form representation, a step that is often confusing to students just learning place value concepts.

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