# Spell Numbers 1

In this worksheet students practise spelling the names of numbers up to ten.

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Writing: Transcription

Curriculum subtopic:   Spell Common Exception Words

Difficulty level:

### QUESTION 1 of 10

We usually write numbers using digits:

It is also important to know how to spell numbers when we write them as words:

one

two

three

four

five

six

seven

eight

nine

ten

In this worksheet you can practise spelling the numbers one to ten.

Write out this sentence again, using a word for the number.

Don't forget to use a capital letter to start your sentence and a full stop to finish.

I have got 2 brothers.

Write out this sentence again, using a word for the number.

In the Christmas story there are 3 wise men.

Write out this sentence again, using words for the numbers.

Jacob got 10 out of 10 in his test.

Write out this sentence again, using a word for the number.

There are 4 seasons in a year.

Write out this sentence again, using a word for the number.

There are 7 days in a week.

Write out this sentence again, using a word for the number.

My dog has had 5 puppies.

Write out this sentence again, using a word for the number.

My brother was 8 yesterday.

Write out this sentence again, using a word for the number.

I have only got 1 sweet left.

Write out this sentence again, using a word for the number.

I can see 6 sparrows on the bird feeder.

Write out this sentence again, using a word for the number.

My nanna has got 9 grandchildren.

• Question 1

Write out this sentence again, using a word for the number.

Don't forget to use a capital letter to start your sentence and a full stop to finish.

I have got 2 brothers.

I have got two brothers.
• Question 2

Write out this sentence again, using a word for the number.

In the Christmas story there are 3 wise men.

In the Christmas story there are three wise men.
• Question 3

Write out this sentence again, using words for the numbers.

Jacob got 10 out of 10 in his test.

Jacob got ten out of ten in his test.
• Question 4

Write out this sentence again, using a word for the number.

There are 4 seasons in a year.

There are four seasons in a year.
• Question 5

Write out this sentence again, using a word for the number.

There are 7 days in a week.

There are seven days in a week.
• Question 6

Write out this sentence again, using a word for the number.

My dog has had 5 puppies.

My dog has had five puppies.
• Question 7

Write out this sentence again, using a word for the number.

My brother was 8 yesterday.

My brother was eight yesterday.
• Question 8

Write out this sentence again, using a word for the number.

I have only got 1 sweet left.

I have only got one sweet left.
• Question 9

Write out this sentence again, using a word for the number.

I can see 6 sparrows on the bird feeder.

I can see six sparrows on the bird feeder.
• Question 10

Write out this sentence again, using a word for the number.

My nanna has got 9 grandchildren.

My nanna has got nine grandchildren.
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