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Practice worksheets for converting numbers from written notation (word form) into standard numeric notation.

The worksheets on this page are the opposite of the worksheets from the previous section. These deal with taking a number in word form and then writing it in standard numeric form. There are sets of worksheets with word form descriptions of numbers with various digits (two digits, three digits, four digits and six digits) as well as worksheets with a mix. Some of the work sheets have gaps in their word form descriptions, which indicates zeroes in certain place values (for example the word form number 'one hundred six' omits a value in the tens place.) This is a common complexity in word form conversion that can confuse students and these worksheets will give them the practice they need to succeed with these problems.