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Navigating Numbers 1-100

Workbook

Navigating Numbers 1-100

Explore the patterns in numbers with this package of counting worksheets. practise sequencing, filling in missing numbers and skip counting.

Year 2

Maths

Workbook

Maths: Everything in its Place Value

Workbook

Maths: Everything in its Place Value

Understanding the value of a number has never been more inviting. This series of worksheets will give your second grader the opportunity to count, read and compare numbers.

Year 3

Maths

Workbook

Teach About Odd & Even Numbers

Lesson plan

Teach About Odd & Even Numbers

Sometimes the best way to learn about something is to teach it! This lesson helps second graders become the experts on odd and even numbers as they prepare to teach younger students.

Year 3

Maths

Lesson plan

Odds and Evens

Worksheet

Odds and Evens

Odd or even? Kids will get a great numbers review while practising for standardized testing with this fill-in-the-bubble style quiz.

Year 2

Maths

Worksheet

Odd or Even maths Board Game

Worksheet

Odd or Even maths Board Game

Help your kindergartener determine whether numbers are odd or even with this bright, engaging game board. practise counting and number sense, too!

Year one

Maths

Worksheet

Odd and Even Number Hidden Picture

Worksheet

Odd and Even Number Hidden Picture

These odd and even numbers are all mixed up! Kids decide which numbers are odd and which are even, and then colour the circles accordingly.

Year 2

Maths

Worksheet

Odd One Out

Lesson plan

Odd One Out

Will one be left out? Students will practise creative problem solving as they strive to answer this question and determine whether a group is even or odd.

Year 3

Maths

Lesson plan

Even Numbers Rule

Lesson plan

Even Numbers Rule

Teach about odd and even numbers through this fun card game. After reading a book about even numbers, students get engaged in spotting even and odd numbers by sight.

Year 3

Maths

Lesson plan

Grouping Objects: Odd and Even Numbers

Worksheet

Grouping Objects: Odd and Even Numbers

In this year 2 maths worksheet, your child will practise identifying odd and even numbers by grouping objects into odd or even-numbered groups.

Year 2

Maths

Worksheet

Number Sense: Complete the Pattern

Worksheet

Number Sense: Complete the Pattern

Build a solid foundation for multiplication by helping your second grader practise recognizing number patterns.

Year 3

Maths

Worksheet

Comparing Even and Odd Groups

Lesson plan

Comparing Even and Odd Groups

This lesson helps students identify even and odd numbers, which sets the foundation for learning about division, prime numbers, and even square roots. Use this hands on lesson alongside Odd One Out!

Year 3

Maths

Lesson plan

Counting Numbers: Odd and Even

Worksheet

Counting Numbers: Odd and Even

Can your second grader track down the odd numbers, and write them on sections of the caterpillar's body?

Year 3

Maths

Worksheet

Odd Number Gold

Worksheet

Odd Number Gold

Kids colour in odd numbers to reveal a path to the gold at the end of the rainbow.

Year 2

Maths

Worksheet

Sorting Odd and Even Numbers

Worksheet

Sorting Odd and Even Numbers

In this year 2 maths worksheet, your child will practise identifying 1-3 digit odd and even numbers by classifying each number as odd or even.

Year 2

Maths

Worksheet

Odd or Even?

Worksheet

Odd or Even?

Kids review odd and even numbers by circling them, then counting up how many they find.

Year 2

Maths

Worksheet

Two Corners: Odd or Even

Lesson plan

Two Corners: Odd or Even

Get students moving around the classroom as they learn about odd and even numbers. Students classify real world objects as odd or even and take turns playing the game master, coming up with numbers to evaluate.

Year 3

Maths

Lesson plan

Odd Person Out

Lesson plan

Odd Person Out

Get students moving around the classroom as they learn about odd and even numbers. Students play a game similar to "musical chairs" as they consider the results for even and odd numbers of students.

Year 3

Maths

Lesson plan

Odd Numbers: 101-161

Worksheet

Odd Numbers: 101-161

In this year 3 maths worksheet, your child will practise writing odd numbers and counting by 2 from 101 to 161 as he writes the missing numbers in the spaces.

Year 3

Maths

Worksheet

Odd Numbers: 1-71

Worksheet

Odd Numbers: 1-71

In this year 2 maths worksheet, your child will practise writing odd numbers and counting by 2 from 1 to 71 as she writes the missing numbers in the spaces.

Year 2

Maths

Worksheet

What are Odd and Even Numbers?

Worksheet

What are Odd and Even Numbers?

What are odd and even numbers? This simple worksheet makes an example of numbers your child already knows to help her easily identify the odd and even ones.

Year 2

Maths

Worksheet

Halloween Maze: Even Numbers

Worksheet

Halloween Maze: Even Numbers

In this Halloween maze, follow the even numbers out of this scary graveyard. But watch out -- there are odd numbers waiting to trip you up!

Year 2

Maths

Worksheet

Even Numbers: 90-150

Worksheet

Even Numbers: 90-150

In this year 3 maths worksheet, your child will practise writing even numbers and counting by 2 from 90 to 150 as he writes the missing numbers in the spaces.

Year 3

Maths

Worksheet

Odd and Even Numbers Cloud Catcher

Game

Odd and Even Numbers Cloud Catcher

Kids turn clouds into rainbows by identifying and selecting all the odd or even-numbered clouds.

Year 3

Maths

Game

Chinese New Year: Count the Foods

Worksheet

Chinese New Year: Count the Foods

Read about a few traditional Chinese New Year dishes, then use your counting skills to make your own banquet.

Year one

Maths

Worksheet

Skip Counting Game

Worksheet

Skip Counting Game

Your child can play her own World Cup, and practise skip counting at the same time!

Year one

Maths

Worksheet

## Odd and Even Number Resources

First and second graders are taught the difference between odd and even numbers as they launch their mathematical journey. There are over 50 sources including popular workbooks, systematic guided lessons, imaginative worksheets and other educational devices stocked in the Learning Library to ingrain rudimentary number know-how in young learners.

Once your student understands how to count to ten and that numbers represent quantity, it is time to introduce them to the concepts of addition. Addition at its simplest is taking two separate quantities and putting them together, creating a new, larger quantity.When your student is first introduced to addition within 10, it’s important to reinforce the concept of quantity. The more ways they are introduced to this, the more they’ll understand that numbers and arithmetic operations are representative of quantities of things, and how those quantities change.

- Represent quantities with different forms. This could be fingers, objects, sounds like clapping or snapping, or drawn images.
- Take ten objects and separate them into two groups. For example, separate ten blocks into one group of six blocks, and one group of four blocks.
- For each number 1-10, determine which number should be added to it to make 10. Understanding this will help students quickly calculate two and Three-digit addition problemsIn the future. For example, 1+ 9 = 10.

1 + 1 = 2

Or

1

+1

2 As with any maths skill, repetition is key to retaining information. The Education.com games and activities above help your students practise this skill in a way that keeps it fun.