This page has special number worksheets for 1, 2, 3, and 4-digit numbers. For each number, students determine whether the special number is odd or ever, state the values of each digit, and more.

Special Number: 1 FREE

Color one lion. Show 1 on the ten frame. Circle the number ones. Trace the letters in the word *one.*

Kindergarten and 1st Grade

Special Number: 2 FREE

Fill in the 10-frame to show 2. Circle the 2s. Color two delicious apples in the array.

Kindergarten and 1st Grade

Trace and print the word three. Use crayons to color three spiral seashells in the illustration. Write the numbers that come before and after 3.

Kindergarten and 1st Grade

Count the whales and shade four of them. Write the number that comes between 2 and 3. Write the number that comes between 3 and 4. Circle the digit 4 in the illustration.

Kindergarten and 1st Grade

Do you see 5 baseballs in the picture? Show the number 5 on a ten frame. Circle the 5s but do not circle the letter S.

Kindergarten and 1st Grade

Ribbit. Ribbit. Use a green crayon to color six frogs. Then trace the letters s-i-x. Then write the number that comes between 4 and 6.

Kindergarten and 1st Grade

Lucky seven! Can your kids count seven cars? Then circle all of the sevens in the letter-number box.

Kindergarten and 1st Grade

Color eight pens. Show 8 with tallies. Circle the 8s in the illustration.

Kindergarten and 1st Grade

Shade in 9 squares on the array. Count nine wooden pencils. Trace the letters n-i-n-e and the digit 9.

Kindergarten and 1st Grade

Show 10 with tally marks. Circle the tens in the box. Trace and write the number ten.

1st and 2nd Grades

Trace the digits in the number eleven. Trace the letters to make the word eleven. Make 11 dots on the ten frames. Choose the P.V. blocks for 11.

Kindergarten and 1st Grade

Tell whether 12 is even or odd. Circle 12 place value blocks. Make 12 on the 10-frame grid and show 12 with tallies.

2nd Grade

Unlucky 13! Choose the P.V. blocks that represent 13. Tell if it is odd or even. Mark 13 squares on the array.

Kindergarten and 1st Grade

For this one, students trace the letters f-o-u-r-t-e-e-n. Count and mark 14 squares in the array. Show the special number with tallies.

Kindergarten and 1st Grade

Learn all about the very special number fifteen! Kids can answer the place value questions related to this number.

Kindergarten and 1st Grade

The S.N. worksheet for sixteen is much like the worksheets for the other numbers. PlaceVal cubes, number line, tallies.

Kindergarten and 1st Grade

Seventeen is a very special number, wouldn't you agree? On this worksheet, kids have to look closely at P.V. cubes to figure out which one is 17. They also have to trace the word seventeen. Complete the number line and draw 17 tally marks.

Kindergarten and 1st Grade

Use the 10-frame array to make the number 18. Trace and write the number 18, and the word eighteen. Then finish the number line.

Kindergarten and 1st Grade

If 19 is your number of the day, print this place value worksheet and use it with your students.

Kindergarten and 1st Grade

The number twenty if the focus of this worksheet. How many tens are in the number twenty? How many ones? Can you complete the number line and show what comes before and after this number?

Kindergarten and 1st Grade

Show the set of place value blocks represents 349. Write 349 in expanded form. State how many 100s, 10s, and 1s are in the special number.

1st and 2nd Grades

Write 506 in expanded form. Then tell the value of each digit. Complete the number line to tell what comes before and after 506.

1st and 2nd Grades

Use "greater than" and "less than" symbols to compare 123 to other numbers. Complete the number line. Tell how many hundreds, tens, and ones.

1st and 2nd Grades

Determine whether the number 780 is odd or even. Choose the set of blocks that represent 780. How much is 10 mor and 10 less than 780?

1st and 2nd Grades

Then tell what 100 more and 100 less than 467 equals. Tell how many 100s, 10s, and 1s are in 467. Complete the number line to show numbers that come after and before 467.

1st and 2nd Grades

Write the values of the digits in 201. Write the special number in expanded form. Compare using the symbols <, >, and =.

1st and 2nd Grades

On this worksheet, students will answer a set of questions pertaining to the number six hundred thirty-four. The will tell whether this number is even or odd. Add and subtract using this number. Find the number using place value blocks.

1st and 2nd Grades

Write 810 in expanded form. Then complete the number line. Tell which P.V. blocks show 810. Determine if 810 is even or odd.

1st and 2nd Grades

Which block set makes 952? Is 952 odd or even? Complete the number line. Tell how many 100s, 10s, and 1s.

1st and 2nd Grades

This special number is unique because it has 0 tens and 0 ones.

1st and 2nd Grades

For this special number, students must give the value of the digits 5, 7, and 1. Then circle the set of PlaceVal cubes that show 1,507. After that, they add 100 and 1,000 to this number.

2nd and 3rd Grades

Write this number in expanded form, like this: 2,000+300+50+4. Then calculate 10 less than 2,354. And find 1,000 more than 2,354.

2nd and 3rd Grades

Compare 4,092 with other numbers using the symbols <, >, and =. Tell whether or not the P.V. cubes show 4,092. Find a hundred more and a hundred less than 4,092.

2nd and 3rd Grades

The special number on this worksheet is six thousand, eight hundred twenty. Students answer a set of place value questions.

2nd and 3rd Grades

Students will answer p.v. questions to go along with three thousand, one hundred twenty-six. Includes value of the digits, even/odd, number line, and exp. form.

2nd and 3rd Grades

This one might be a little trickier for students because it's a four-digit number with only two non-zero digits.

2nd and 3rd Grades

This special number worksheet is much like the others. It'll ask kids to determine the value of each digit, complete the number line, add, subtract, and write the number as an expanded addition problem.

2nd and 3rd Grades

The s.n. for this worksheet is two thousand, three. Complete each box by filling in information about PlaceVal blocks, expanded notation, and the values of the digits.

2nd and 3rd Grades

Draw a ring around the place value blocks that show three thousand, forty-nine. Finish the incomplete number line. Write the value of the digits.

2nd and 3rd Grades

State the value of each digit, write the number in expanded form, and compare numbers. Also, write the number that is 10,000 less.

3rd through 5th Grades

On this worksheet, students will answer a series of problems and questions about the place values in the number thirty thousand, eight hundred forty.

3rd through 5th Grades

Find the values of the digits 1, 9, and 5. Compare using symbols for greater than, less than, and equal to. Write the number in expanded form. Tell if the number is even or if it is odd.

3rd through 5th Grades

Answer the place-val questions relating to the number forty-three thousands and seven.

3rd through 5th Grades

Kids must tell whether the number is odd or even. Complete the number line by telling which numbers come before and after this number. Subtract 10,000 and add 1,000.

3rd through 5th Grades

The questions on this S.N. activity sheet center around the number seventy-six thousand, one hundred thirty-four.

3rd through 5th Grades

Answer place value questions pertaining to the number ninety-eight thousand, seven hundred sixty-five.

3rd through 5th Grades

Complete the number line, compare, and write the values of the digits. Also, perform basic operations by adding and subtracting ten, one hundred, and one thousand.

3rd through 5th Grades

The special number is 59,703. Students will tell whether the number is even or odd. Write the number in expanded form. Subtract from and add to this number. And compare using <, >, and =.

3rd through 5th Grades

Answer several place value questions for the number 304,962. Give the values of the digits. Write the number in expanded form. Add and subtract with this number.

3rd through 5th Grades

Subtract from the special number. Add to the special number. Compare with other numbers. Complete the number line and write in expanded form.

3rd through 5th Grades

This worksheet has many questions relating to the number nine hundred eighty-seven thousand, sixty five.

3rd through 5th Grades

Here's another special number worksheet. This time, students wil be working with the number five hundred sixty-four thousand, three hundred.

3rd through 5th Grades

State the values of the digits in this number. Determine whether it is even or odd. Add 100 and 10,000 to this number. Compare this number to other numbers.

3rd through 5th Grades

The S.N. on this worksheet is six hundred thirty-two thousand, fifteen.

3rd through 5th Grades

This one is similar to the others. There's a number line, an expanded form question, comparing, adding, subtracting, and digit values.

3rd through 5th Grades

Once again, student find digit values, compare the special number to other numbers, complete the number line, and write in expanded form.

3rd through 5th Grades

This activity page has P.V. questions related to the number seven hundred forty-five thousand, six hundred two.

3rd through 5th Grades

On this worksheet, students will write the values of each digit in the special number. Then, tell if it's odd or even. Then, use the symbols <, >, and = to compare to other numbers. And they'll write it in expanded form.

4th and 5th Grades

This activity sheet focuses on the number one million, three hundred ninety-two thousand, eight hundred seventy.

4th and 5th Grades

This is the largest special number so far! Nine million, eighty-one thousand, nine hundred thirty-four. Answer many place value concept questions.

4th and 5th Grades

Complete the number line, add and subtract, compare, and list the digit values.

4th and 5th Grades

On this page, students will answer questions for the number: eight million, three hundred fifty-one thousand, two hundred seven.

4th and 5th Grades

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