# Read and Write the First 100 Numbers (2)

In this worksheet, children must read numbers written as words and select the correct number written as numerals.

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Number: Number and Place Value

Curriculum subtopic:   Read and Write Numerals/Words to at Least 100

Difficulty level:

### QUESTION 1 of 10

This is how we write ones numbers:

one

two

3    three

4    four

5    five

6    six

seven

8    eight

9    nine

10  ten

This is how we write tens numbers:

20   twenty

30   thirty

40   forty

50   fifty

60   sixty

70   seventy

80   eighty

90   ninety

100  one hundred

Examples

This is how we combine them:

53   fifty-three

91   ninety-one

78   seventy-eight

87   eighty-seven

Which number is... ?

twenty-five

23

52

25

205

Which number is... ?

sixty-five

56

52

25

65

Which number is... ?

fifty-six

56

52

25

65

Which number is... ?

fifty-two

56

52

25

65

Which number is... ?

seventy-eight

78

87

29

92

Which number is... ?

eighty-seven

78

87

29

92

Which number is... ?

twenty-nine

78

87

29

92

Which number is... ?

ninety-two

78

87

29

92

Which number is... ?

sixty-six

99

66

909

606

Which number is... ?

sixteen

99

66

909

16

• Question 1

Which number is... ?

twenty-five

25
EDDIE SAYS
twenty and five is 25
• Question 2

Which number is... ?

sixty-five

65
EDDIE SAYS
sixty and five is 65
• Question 3

Which number is... ?

fifty-six

56
EDDIE SAYS
fifty and six is 56
• Question 4

Which number is... ?

fifty-two

52
EDDIE SAYS
fifty and two is 52
• Question 5

Which number is... ?

seventy-eight

78
EDDIE SAYS
seventy and eight is 78
• Question 6

Which number is... ?

eighty-seven

87
EDDIE SAYS
eighty and seven is 87
• Question 7

Which number is... ?

twenty-nine

29
EDDIE SAYS
twenty and nine is 29
• Question 8

Which number is... ?

ninety-two

92
EDDIE SAYS
ninety and two is 92
• Question 9

Which number is... ?

sixty-six

66
EDDIE SAYS
sixty and six is 66
• Question 10

Which number is... ?

sixteen

16
EDDIE SAYS
sixteen is 16 or six and ten
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