# Standard Form to Expanded Form Worksheets

## (Randomly Generated)

Welcome to our Standard Form to Expanded Form Worksheets area.

Check out our free worksheet generator for generating your own place value worksheets to converting numbers from standard form into expanded form.

We also have step-by-step instructions and worked examples to help you master this skill.

## What is Expanded Form and Standard Form?

Using the random sheet generator will allow you to:

• choose the number range and number of questions you wish the worksheet to have;
• choose your own title and instructions for completing the sheet - great for homework!

To save your worksheets, select Print to PDF in the printing options.

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## Standard Form to Expanded Form Worksheets Generator

Here is our random worksheet generator for converting numbers from standard form to expanded form.

Using this generator will let you create worksheets about:

• convert numbers from standard form to expanded form
• choose number values up to 7 digits
• choose number values up to 3dp

### Standard Form to Expanded Form Worksheet Generator

2. Choose the number of questions

(Optional) Give your worksheet a title.

(Optional) Write out any instructions to go at the top of the sheet.

Number values:

Number of Questions:

### How to Convert from Standard Form to Expanded Form

Follow these step-by-step instructions to convert a number from standard form to expanded form.

1. Take the first digit - the most significant digit. Write down the place value of the digit (in the number 347 the value of the '3' is 300) followed by '+' symbol.
2. Take the next digit and write down the place value of this digit followed by a '+' symbol.
3. Keep repeating these steps until you get to the final digit.
4. Write down the place value of the final digit (you do not need a '+' symbol this time).

### Convert from Standard Form to Expanded Form Examples

Let's see what this looks like using a place value chart to support us.

#### Example 1): Convert 8507 to expanded form.

First we'll put this number into a place value chart.

1) The first digit is an 8; the place value is 8000. So we write down 8000 and a '+' sign ready for the next number.

2) The second digit is a 5; the place value is 500. So we write down 500 and a '+' sign ready for the next number.

3) The next digit is a zero; the place value is 0. So we can either leave this out or record a '0' and a '+' sign for the next number.

4) The final digit is a 7; the place value is 7. So we write down 7.

This gives us a final answer of:
8507 = 8000 + 500 + 0 + 7 or
8507 = 8000 + 500 + 7

#### Example 2) Convert 826 to expanded form.

The first digit is an 8; the place value is 800.

The second digit is a 2; the place value is 20.

The third digit is a 6; the place value is 6.

So 826 = 800 + 20 + 6

#### Example 3) Convert 21,908 to expanded form.

The first digit is a 2; the place value is 20,000

The second digit is a 1; the place value is 1,000

The 3rd digit is an 9; the place value is 900.

The 4th digit is a 0; the place value is 0.

The 5th digit is a 8; the place value is 8.

So 21,908 = 20,000 + 1,000 + 900 + 0 + 8
or 21,908 = 20,000 + 1,000 + 900 + 8

#### Example 4) Convert 75.3 to expanded form.

The first digit is an 7; the place value is 70.

The second digit is a 5; the place value is 5.

The 3rd digit is a 3; the place value is 0.3

So 75.3 = 70 + 5 + 0.3

#### Example 5) Convert 259.06 to expanded form.

The first digit is a 2; the place value is 200.

The second digit is a 5; the place value is 50.

The 3rd digit is a 9; the place value is 9.

The 4th digit is a 0; the place value is 0.

The 5th digit is a 6; the place value is 0.06.

So 259.06 = 200 + 50 + 9 + 0.06