Place Value Into Words Worksheets
How to Convert Place Value into Words  Place values are an important part of mathematics. A number without a place value holds no value or significance in the world. Every digit in the number holds a unique value and contributes to defining the number. The smallest place value in the whole number is the unit's place value. Consider a number 234; each digit in this number has a different place value. The first digit in this number holds the hundredâ€™s place. It means that the number is made of two hundreds. The second number stands on the ten's position, and it denotes the number also has three tens. The last number sits on the unitâ€™s place and says that there are four ones in the number. This is how the number becomes two hundred and thirtyfour. It is that simple!

Basic Lesson
Reinforces the concept of writing numbers into words and how place values can make it easier to do so.
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Independent Practice 1
This practice sheet covers the skill of place values and number naming into words.
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Independent Practice 2
Uses larger numbers than practice sheet one. Answer keys can be found below.
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Quiz
Students write the place value into words. This is followed by full number naming.
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Whatever Happened to Roman Numerals?
Roman numerals were abandoned once the Arabic system became more widespread. The Arabic system had place value, a concept that has the position of a digit within a number changing the value of the number.