# Write Numbers as Words (3)

In this worksheet, students practise writing numbers using words.

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Number: Number and Place Value

Curriculum subtopic:   Read and Write Numerals/Words to 1000

Difficulty level:

### QUESTION 1 of 10

In this worksheet, write numbers using words.

Example

Write this number in words:

4036

Use the knowledge of place value to help write the number in words.

Thousands, Hundreds, Tens, Ones

4000 + 30 + 6 =

Four thousand and thirty-six

*Note there is a 0 in the hundreds place in this example.

Write this number in words:

4767

Four thousand seven hundred and sixty-seven

Four thousand seven hundred and seventy-seven

Write this number in words:

6487

Six thousand eight hundred and forty-seven

Six thousand four hundred and eighty-seven

Write this number in words:

7960

Seven thousand six hundred and sixty

Seven thousand nine hundred and sixty

Write this number in words:

4728

Four thousand seven hundred and twenty-eight

Forty-seven thousand and twenty-eight

Write this number in words:

8697

Eighty-six ninety-seven

Eight thousand six hundred and ninety seven

Write this number in words:

6084

Six thousand and eighty-four

Six hundred and eighty-four

Write this number in words:

4005

Four hundred and five

Four thousand and five

Write this number in words:

8906

Eight hundred and nine hundred and six

Eight thousand nine hundred and six

Write this number in words:

3707

Thirty seven and seven

Three thousand seven hundred and seven

Three hundred and seventy-seven

Write this number in words:

8050

Eighty five zero

Eighty fifty

Eight thousand and fifty

• Question 1

Write this number in words:

4767

Four thousand seven hundred and sixty-seven
EDDIE SAYS
4000 + 700 + 60 + 7 = Four thousand seven hundred and sixty-seven.
• Question 2

Write this number in words:

6487

Six thousand four hundred and eighty-seven
EDDIE SAYS
6000 + 400 + 80 + 7 = Six thousand four hundred and eighty-seven.
• Question 3

Write this number in words:

7960

Seven thousand nine hundred and sixty
EDDIE SAYS
7000 + 900 + 60 = Seven thousand nine hundred and sixty. There aren't any ones in 7960.
• Question 4

Write this number in words:

4728

Four thousand seven hundred and twenty-eight
EDDIE SAYS
4000 + 700 + 20 + 8 = Four thousand seven hundred and twenty-eight.
• Question 5

Write this number in words:

8697

Eight thousand six hundred and ninety seven
EDDIE SAYS
8000 + 600 + 90 + 7 = Eight thousand six hundred and ninety seven.
• Question 6

Write this number in words:

6084

Six thousand and eighty-four
EDDIE SAYS
6000 + 80 + 4 = Six thousand and eighty-four. There aren't any hundreds in 6084.
• Question 7

Write this number in words:

4005

Four thousand and five
EDDIE SAYS
4000 + 5 = Four thousand and five. There aren't any hundreds or tens in 4005.
• Question 8

Write this number in words:

8906

Eight thousand nine hundred and six
EDDIE SAYS
8000 + 900 + 6 = Eight thousand nine hundred and six. There aren't any tens in 8906.
• Question 9

Write this number in words:

3707

Three thousand seven hundred and seven
EDDIE SAYS
3000 + 700 + 7 = Three thousand seven hundred and seven. There aren't any tens in 3707.
• Question 10

Write this number in words:

8050

Eight thousand and fifty
EDDIE SAYS
8000 + 50 = Eight thousand and fifty. There aren't any hundreds or ones in 8050.
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