# Standard, Expanded and Word Form:

Write Numbers in Expanded Form

These are expanded form worksheets for converting numbers from standard numeric notation into conventional expanded form where the place value multiplier and the digit are combined.

### Write the Number in Expanded Form: Two Digits

### Write the Number in Expanded Form: Three Digits

### Write the Number in Expanded Form: Four Digits

### Write the Number in Expanded Form: Six Digits

### Write the Number in 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

## Expanded Form Worksheets

These worksheets are similar to those in prior section where the place value multiplier and the place value digit were separated and grouped together. These worksheets are a more conventional version of the expanded form representation where both components are multipled and the expanded form representation is a simple composition of addends.

There are a variety of worksheets in this set with problems of different lengths, ranging up to seven digits. Some sets of the problems have numbers that have zero place values, which require students to know when to skip the place value expansion. The worksheets that have longer digit problems are great final practice for the end of units on expanded form and place value concepts.