# Writing and Reading Numbers to 1000—Let's Practice!

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## Basics on the topicWriting and Reading Numbers to 1000—Let's Practice!

Get ready because today we're going to practice writing and reading numbers to 1000! Identifying and writing numbers in both word form and standard form helps us understand and work with large numbers. Ready? Let's go!

## What Does it Mean to Write and Read Numbers to 1000?

Writing and reading numbers to 1000 means being able to read a number written in digits and write it in words, and vice versa.

## Writing and Reading Numbers to 1000 – Step by Step

We'll identify numbers and write them in both word form and standard form. Notice the patterns in how numbers are written and read.

Identify the number you see below and write it in word form.

Number: 96

Word Form: Ninety-six

Did you also get ninety-six? Great job!

Let’s try one more.

Identify the number you see below and write it in word form.

Number: 578

Word Form: Five hundred seventy-eight

Did you also write it this way? Awesome!

### Writing Numbers in Standard Form – Practice

Identify the number you see below, but this time write it in standard, or number, form!

Word Form: Six hundred forty-five

Standard Form: 645

Did you also get six hundred forty-five? Excellent!

Let’s try one more.

Identify the number you see below and write it in standard, or number, form!

Word Form: Nine hundred twenty

Standard Form: 920

Did you also write it this way? Fantastic!

## Writing and Reading Numbers to 1000 – Exercise

Now, let's practice writing and reading numbers with some more examples.

## Writing and Reading Numbers to 1000 – Summary

Key Learnings from this Text:

• Writing and reading numbers to 1000 means converting numbers between standard form and word form.
• Use a number chart or visuals to help see the patterns in how numbers are written.
• Practice writing numbers slowly at first, then try doing it faster with different sets of numbers.

Keep practicing writing and reading numbers to 1000 to become a math whiz! Check out more fun number activities and exercises on our website, such as even and odd numbers or ordinal numbers.

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### TranscriptWriting and Reading Numbers to 1000—Let's Practice!

Razzi says get these items ready (...) Because today we're going to practice... Writing and Reading Numbers to 1000 It's time to begin! Identify the number you see HERE and write it in word form! Pause the video to work on the problem (...) and press play when you are ready to see the solution! HERE is ninety-six in word form. Did you also get ninety-six? Let's tackle the next problem! Identify the number you see HERE and write it in word form! Pause the video to work on the problem (...) and press play when you are ready to see the solution! HERE is the number five hundred seventy-eight in word form. Did you also write it this way? Let's keep practicing. Identify the number you see HERE, but this time write it in standard, or number, form! Pause the video to work on the problem (...) and press play when you are ready to see the solution! HERE is six hundred forty-five in number form. Did you also get six hundred forty-five? Let's practice one more! Identify the number you see HERE and write it in standard, or number, form! Pause the video to work on the problem (...) and press play when you are ready to see the solution! HERE is nine hundred twenty in number form. Did you also write it this way? Razzi had so much fun practicing with you today! See you next time!

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## Writing and Reading Numbers to 1000—Let's Practice! exercise

Would you like to apply the knowledge you’ve learned? You can review and practice it with the tasks for the video Writing and Reading Numbers to 1000—Let's Practice!.
• ### Choose the word form.

Hints

Say the number out loud, and look for the matching word form.

253 in word form is two hundred fifty-three.

Solution

The matching word forms look like this:

83 = eighty-three

1,000 = one thousand

142 = one hundred forty-two

71 = Seventy-one

• ### Fill in the form.

Hints

Say the numbers out loud, and listen to the word form.

554 in word form is five hundred fifty-four.

Six hundred sixty seven in number form is 667.

Solution

The word and number forms together look like this:

75 = seventy-five

381 = three hundred eighty-one

295 = two hundred ninety-five

715 = seven hundred fifteen

49 = forty-nine

1,000 = one thousand

674 = six hundred seventy-four

• ### Write the correct number.

Hints

754 in word form is seven hundred fifty-four.

Five hundred seventy-five in standard form is 575.

Solution

Six hundred sixty-eight in number form is 668.

Four hundred twenty-seven in number form is 427.

Eight hundred thirty-three in number form is 833.

Ninety-nine in number form is 99.

• ### Fill in the number.

Hints

Nine hundred fifteen in number form is 915.

Number form is made using digits.

Solution

Forty-four in number form is 44.

Four hundred forty-four is 444.

Seven hundred twelve is 712.

One hundred nineteen is 119.

Two hundred twenty-six is 226.

• ### Choose the standard form.

Hints

The standard form of five hundred forty-eight is 548.

The standard form is also called the number form.

Solution

Four hundred thirty = 430

Twenty-seven = 27

Eight hundred sixty-five = 865

Nine hundred fifty-one = 951

• ### Fill in the word form.

Hints

The word form of 168 is one hundred sixty-eight.

Read the written number out loud. What do you hear?

Solution

The word forms for these numbers are:

55 = fifty-five

320 = three hundred twenty

147 = one hundred forty-seven