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Ancient Romans used a number system that is very different from ours. Learn to write numbers as the Romans did thousands of years ago. These worksheets include basic and advanced level Roman numeral activities.
(I through X)
Learn to read and write basic Roman numerals with symbols I through X. (1 - 10)Mystery Picture: Airplane Member
Match the Roman Numerals in the mystery picture with the Arabic Numerals in the key. Color the picture to reveal an airplane.Mystery Picture: Whale Member
When students match the roman numerals on the picture and color according to the key at the bottom, students will reveal a picture of a large whale.
(I through C)
Write the Roman numerals in standard form. Also write the standard numbers as Roman numerals. Intermediate level includes symbols I - C, or 1 - 100.Ordering & Comparing Roman Numerals Member
This worksheet has students ordering Roman numerals, and comparing their values. There are also two short word problems."I Have, Who Has" Roman Numerals Member
Students will love playing this whole-class card game to review Roman numerals I - C. Includes 30 game cards, instructions, and an answer key.Cut-and-Glue: Roman Numerals Member
Cut out the Roman numeral squares and glue each one next to the corresponding Arabic numeral.Roman Numerals: Counting to 100 Member
Count up to 100 in Roman numerals. Complete the missing numbers on the table.Mystery Picture: Airplane Member
Match the Roman Numerals in the mystery picture with the Arabic Numerals in the key. Color the picture to reveal an airplane.Mystery Picture: Ladybug Member
Math the Roman numerals in the picture with the Arabic numerals at the bottom of the page. Then color according to the key. This ladybug picture has numbers up to 22.
(I through M)
This advanced level practice page includes Roman numerals with symbols I - M, or 1 - 1,000. Students write the Roman numerals in Arabic form, and vice-versa. Also includes three word problems.
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