# Place Value (7 to 10-Digit Numbers)

This page has place value worksheets for large numbers with 7, 8, 9, or 10 digits. Use these printables to teach ordering numbers, expanded notation, and adding commas to large numbers.

Cut the place values and glue them above the digits, then color the numbers according to the directions; up to millions.

4th and 5th Grades

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Color each place the correct color. Then cut out the names and glue them in the correct spots. Up to hundred billions place.

4th through 6th Grades

Read each 7-digit number and write the value of the underlined digit.

3rd through 5th Grades

Make large numbers even larger by writing them in expanded form; up to millions place.

3rd through 5th Grades

Cut the rectangles and match the equivalent numbers. Then tell whether each is written in expanded form, word name, or standard form.

3rd through 5th Grades

Match each number with its expanded form to complete each puzzle. Numbers go up to the millions place.

3rd through 5th Grades

What do you call an anxious ogre? To complete the math riddle, students must write the numbers in standard form. Then match the numbers with the letters.

3rd through 6th Grades

Students are given digits. Students arrange the digits to make the numbers given by the teacher.

2nd through 4th Grades

Read the numbers, then tell the place and value of the underlined digit; Up to 10 millions.

3rd through 5th Grades

Look at the numbers and add commas in the correct places; Numbers up to hundred millions

2nd through 4th Grades

Practice creating and reading huge 7-digit numbers with this place value table.

4th and 5th Grades

Cut the rectangles and match the equivalent numbers. Then tell whether each is written in expanded form, word name, or standard form.

4th Grade

On this worksheet, students answer questions related to the special number. First, they state the value of the digits 0, 2, 9, 7, and 4. Then tell if the number is odd or even. Complete the number line. Write the number in expanded form. Subtract a thousand from this number. Then compare the number to other numbers.

4th and 5th Grades

Use the symbols <, >, and = to compare this number to other numbers. Find the values of the digits 3, 1, 2, 9, and 7. Tell what numbers come before and after by completing the number line. Write in expanded form.

4th and 5th Grades

This worksheet has a set of place value questions to go along with the number nine million, eighty-one thousand, nine hundred thirty-four.

3rd and 4th Grades

Like the other special number worksheets, this one covers expanded form, a number line, even/odd, comparing, adding, subtracting, and questions about digit values.

4th and 5th Grades

Answer the place value questions related to the number eight million, three hundred fifty-one thousand, two hundred seven.

4th and 5th Grades

Place the number cards in order from smallest to largest.

4th through 6th Grades

Each box has a set of five numbers. Students must rewrite them in order, starting with the number that has the smallest value.

4th through 6th Grades

Say the names of the 7-digit numbers. Includes a homework sheet and a test.

3rd through 5th Grades

Learn about decimal numbers, with place values for tenths, hundredths, and thousandths.

Rounding NumbersRound numbers to the nearest tens, hundreds, and thousands place.