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Know the Words for the Numbers (2)

In this worksheet, students read the numbers and then select the correct word spelling for those numbers.

'Know the Words for the Numbers (2)' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Number: Number and Place Value

Curriculum subtopic:   Read and Write Numerals/Words to 1000

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

This worksheet is about reading 2-digit numbers correctly.

 

The left digit tells you how many tens, like twenty, thirty, forty, fifty....etc.

The right digit tells you how many ones.

 

When the tens digit is 1, we have numbers like thirteen, fourteen, fifteen...etc....

 

When the tens digit is bigger than 1, we use twenty-, thirty-, forty-, etc....

We put a hyphen or dash between two number words, unless the tens digit is 1.

 

Examples

 

17 seventeen

38 thirty-eight

49 forty-nine

80 eighty

Choose the correct option to spell the number:

 

21

twenty-one

one Twenty

twenty one

twenty plus one

Choose the correct option to spell the number:

 

34

thirty four

thirty-four

four Thirty

thirty plus four

Choose the correct option to spell the number:

 

19

nine-teen

ninety

nineteen

nineten

Choose the correct option to spell the number:

 

13

thirteen

thirty

thiteen

firteen

Choose the correct option to spell the number:

 

33

thirty three

three plus thirty

three thirty

thirty-three

Choose the correct option to spell the number:

 

29

twenty nine

nine plus Twenty

twenty-nine

twenty plus nine

Choose the correct option to spell the number:

 

22

twenty-two

two twenty

twentty two

twenty plus two

Choose the correct option to spell the number:

 

31

thirty-one

one thirty

thirtty one

thirty plus one

Choose the correct option to spell the number:

 

50

fivy

fivety

five zero

fifty

Choose the correct option to spell the number:

 

49

fourty-nine

four fourty

forty-nine

fourty plus nine

  • Question 1

Choose the correct option to spell the number:

 

21

CORRECT ANSWER
twenty-one
EDDIE SAYS
20 and 1 is twenty-one with a hyphen.
  • Question 2

Choose the correct option to spell the number:

 

34

CORRECT ANSWER
thirty-four
EDDIE SAYS
30 and 4 is thirty-four with a hyphen.
  • Question 3

Choose the correct option to spell the number:

 

19

CORRECT ANSWER
nineteen
EDDIE SAYS
The tens digit is 1 so it's a teen....nineteen with no hyphen.
  • Question 4

Choose the correct option to spell the number:

 

13

CORRECT ANSWER
thirteen
EDDIE SAYS
The tens digit is 1 so it's a teen....thirteen with no hyphen.
  • Question 5

Choose the correct option to spell the number:

 

33

CORRECT ANSWER
thirty-three
EDDIE SAYS
30 and 3 is thirty-three with a hyphen.
  • Question 6

Choose the correct option to spell the number:

 

29

CORRECT ANSWER
twenty-nine
EDDIE SAYS
20 and 9 is twenty-nine with a hyphen.
  • Question 7

Choose the correct option to spell the number:

 

22

CORRECT ANSWER
twenty-two
EDDIE SAYS
20 and 2 is twenty-two with a hyphen.
  • Question 8

Choose the correct option to spell the number:

 

31

CORRECT ANSWER
thirty-one
EDDIE SAYS
30 and 1 is thirty-one with a hyphen.
  • Question 9

Choose the correct option to spell the number:

 

50

CORRECT ANSWER
fifty
EDDIE SAYS
No ones so just fifty.
  • Question 10

Choose the correct option to spell the number:

 

49

CORRECT ANSWER
forty-nine
EDDIE SAYS
40 and 9 is forty-nine with a hyphen.
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