The value of each digit in mathematics can be written in expanded forms. Writing numbers in the expanded form is to write a number by adding the value of its digit. It helps understand a given number in a better way. It is very useful to split and present numbers in their units, tens, hundreds, and thousands form. The following worksheets consist of exercises to write numbers in their expanded form.
Expanded Form Worksheets for Kids
It is an easy exercise to test one’s understanding of place values. He has to write the numbers in their expanded form as shown in the example above.
This is the third worksheet. Fourth graders have to split the numbers by digit and use their place values to write these in the expanded forms. It is one of the most basic things we can learn to do with numbers.
The fourth worksheet gives more questions to work with. One can never have enough practice!
This is the fifth worksheet that has nine more numbers to be written in their expanded form. Through regular practice of writing numbers in their expanded form one develops a better understanding of numbers.
Learning to write numbers in their expanded forms is essential as it allows students to read and write higher numbers properly. It is thus of great importance that one must practice until he grasps the concept.
This is the sixth sheet. All of our worksheets are downloadable and printable for your ease.
It is a simple exercise to help children learn the fundamentals of numbers and place values in mathematics. Without the knowledge of place values and expanded forms, it is impossible for kids to perform arithmetic calculations.
All of these worksheets have numbers that can be expanded to the place value of ten thousand. It allows the children to practice and understand bigger numbers.
The final sheet can be used to test the student’s ability to write the numbers in the expanded form. If he makes mistakes be sure to guide him and show him the right way to do it.
There are several ways to write numbers in expanded form. These can be written in standard form using commas(,), or in expanded factors form, word form, or in expanded exponential form. Writing the numbers as we have practiced in this worksheet is the beginner’s way to do it. Download the worksheets to teach your students how to write numbers in expanded forms.