Grammar of Numbers Worksheets:
Starting Sentences with a Number - The grammar of numbers is the way that we write number correctly
in a sentence. When starting a sentence with a number, do not use
the numeral. Always write out the name of the number.
Name It - Write the word for each number.
Correct Them - Rewrite each sentence. Write the number as a word.
Number Names - This is more image driven approach than the previous worksheet.
Compound Digits - Use each number in a sentence. Make sure
to write out the word for each number.
Sentence Use - Make sure that the grammar flows and the language communicates a message.
Sentence Fix - Rewrite each of the sentence to make corrections.
Ordinal Sentence - Write the word for the integer or the
ordinal. Then use each one in a sentence.
Big Order - We will use much bolder ordinals and see where they all fit.
Hyphens - Most numbers from 21 through 99 have a hyphen when
written as a word. Numbers that end in a zero do not have
Fractions - If the numerator or the denominator (or both) already has a hyphen,
no additional hyphen is needed. Add an s to the denominator when
the numerator is more than one.
In Practice - This is a full review sheet to see where you are at with this skill.