# Spell Numbers 2

In this worksheet, students practise spelling the names of the numbers eleven to twenty.

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.

Here are the numbers from eleven to twenty:

eleven

twelve

thirteen

fourteen

fifteen

sixteen

seventeen

eighteen

nineteen

twenty

Look at them carefully as you will need to spell them in this worksheet. Can you see that some of them just have -teen added to the end but others change completely?

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

There are 12 months in a year.

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

My big sister will be 15 next week.

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

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

My mum was 19 when she got married.

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

You can learn to drive when you are 17.

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

Children become adults when they are 18.

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

Eight plus eight makes 16.

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

I will go to secondary school when I am 11.

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

My dad went to boarding school when he was 13.

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

Nine plus five makes 14.

• Question 1

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

There are 12 months in a year.

There are twelve months in a year.
• Question 2

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

My big sister will be 15 next week.

My big sister will be fifteen next week.
• Question 3

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

• Question 4

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

My mum was 19 when she got married.

My mum was nineteen when she got married.
• Question 5

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

You can learn to drive when you are 17.

You can learn to drive when you are seventeen.
• Question 6

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

Children become adults when they are 18.

Children become adults when they are eighteen.
• Question 7

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

Eight plus eight makes 16.

Eight plus eight makes sixteen.
• Question 8

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

I will go to secondary school when I am 11.

I will go to secondary school when I am eleven.
• Question 9

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

My dad went to boarding school when he was 13.

My dad went to boarding school when he was thirteen.
• Question 10

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

Nine plus five makes 14.

Nine plus five makes fourteen.
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