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Room Mom 101: Even Vs. Odd Numbers

You tube link too--Take a handful of cubes, pair them up, draw on graph paper. Cut out and whole class sort. Any discoveries about the numbers?

number of day calendar

This would be good to put in a journal also or add to calendar time on the smartboard! Number anchor chart- possibly make as signs with dry erase option- laminate. Good for beginning of the year because its easier

Odd and Even  post it notes to see connection to  bigger numbers that follow the pattern. Give me an number between 20-40…

even and odd chart, helps kids see how the pattern generalizes to bigger numbers

Even and Odd Numbers Freebie

Even and Odd Numbers Freebie

Even and Odd Number Sort {pocket chart activity or center}

This is an even and odd number sort. It can be used in a pocket chart or as a math center. Included is even/odd title cards, colored helper cards, number cards

Odd and Even Fun with Skittles - With this activity, children will be able to determine the difference between even and odd numbers and tell whether a number is even or odd and why.  Students could also practice estimating with sums and differences while learning about odd and even.

Odd and Even Fun with Skittles - With this activity, children will be able to determine the difference between even and odd numbers and tell whether a number is even or odd and why.

These cute and fun Number Bond Math Mats are sure to engage your students as they explore and master the part-part-whole relationships of numbers 1-20. Great for a number sense math center. Great when laminated and used with dry erase! by Toya Washington

These cute and fun Number Bond Math Mats are sure to engage your students as they explore and master the part-part-whole relationships of numbers Great for a number sense math center. Great when laminated and used with dry erase! by Toya Washington

The Odd and Even Card Game. Make a t chart explaining the difference between odd and even numbers, remove face cards and let the student/child sort the odds and evens!

I can do this with prime and composite too. The Odd and Even Card Game. Make a t chart explaining the difference between odd and even numbers, remove face cards and let the student/child sort the odds and evens!

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