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When writing other **numbers** between 21 and 99, you must use a hyphen (-). 21:
twenty-one; 29: twenty-nine; 64: sixty-four; 99: ninety-nine. The **number 100** is
written as "**one hundred**", but sometimes people say "a hundred". To write a
**number** from **100** to 999: First write how many hundreds. Then write the **word** "
hundred".

www.helpingwithmath.com/printables/tables_charts/cha0301_numbers_words01.htm

This **numbers** in **words** chart allows you to enter start **numbers**, an interval, and
then display and print the **numbers** in both numeric and **word** (spoken) formats.

www.sightwordsgame.com/counting-chart-numbers-1-to-100

Many early elementary school curriculums encourage a child to be able to count
from 1 to **100**. Both of my children were expected to count to **one hundred** by.

www.westada.org/site/handlers/filedownload.ashx?moduleinstanceid=37894&dataid=14491&FileName=Number%20words.pdf

**Number**. In **Words**. 0 zero. 1 **one**. 2 two. 3 three. 4 four. 5 five. 6 six. 7 seven. 8
eight. 9 nine. 10 ten. 11 eleven. 12 twelve. 13 thirteen. 14 fourteen. 15 fifteen. 16
sixteen. 17 seventeen. 18 eighteen. 19 nineteen. 20 twenty. 21 twenty-**one**. 22
twenty-two. 23 twenty-three. 24 twenty-four. 25 twenty-five. 26 twenty-six. 27
twenty- ...

www.marijn.org/everything-is-4/counting-0-to-100/english

1, **one**, (3). 2, two, (3). 3, three, (5). 4, four, (4). 5, five, (4). 6, six, (3). 7, seven, (5).
8, eight, (5). 9, nine, (4). **Number**, in English, (length). 10, ten, (3). 11, eleven, (6).
12, twelve, (6). 13, thirteen, (8). 14, fourteen, (8). 15, fifteen, (7). 16, sixteen, (7).
17, seventeen, (9). 18, eighteen, (8). 19, nineteen, (8). **Number**, in English, (
length).

www.englishclub.com/kids/numbers-chart.htm

A printable chart for young learners of English showing **numbers** from **one** to a
**hundred** with digits and **words**.

www.mathsisfun.com/numbers/counting-names-100.html

21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30. twenty- **one**, twenty- two, twenty- three,
twenty- four, twenty- five, twenty- six, twenty- seven, twenty- eight, twenty- nine,
thirty. 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40. thirty- **one**, thirty- two, thirty- three,
thirty- four, thirty- five, thirty- six, thirty- seven, thirty- eight, thirty- nine, forty. 41, 42,
43, 44 ...

www.woodwardenglish.com/numbers-from-1-to-100-in-english

May 15, 2014 **...** You will notice I added some of the larger **numbers** too (**hundred**, thousand,
million). I recommend reading about the difference between million and millions
and when you should (and should NOT) put an S at the end of the **word**. This
same rules apply when talking about hundreds and thousands so make ...

www.ixl.com/math/grade-4/write-word-names-for-numbers-up-to-one-hundred-million

Fun math practice! Improve your skills with free problems in 'Write **word** names for
**numbers** up to **one hundred** million' and thousands of other practice lessons.