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

Practice worksheets for converting numbers from expanded place value notation 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

## Worksheets for Expanded to Standard Numeric Form

The worksheets on this page require the opposite skill of those in the previous section. Here a student is given a value written in expanded form and they are asked to write the standard numeric form of the number as the answer.

These worksheets will require the student to convert two digit, three digit, four digit or six digit numbers back to their standard representation. Later versions of the worksheets will mix values of different lengths.

Converting expanded form values with decimal amounts back to numeric representations is also a useful skill, and there are sets of worksheets here that deal with various decimal precisions focusing on exactly this.

Like all of the other worksheets on the site, these worksheets include full answer keys and are great for classroom or at-home practice.