Do some of your kiddos pick up even and odd so fast you need extra review activities, and some just don't seem to "get it" at all? I created this kit for teachers to have easy-to-pull resources for kids in both camps.
In addition to suggested daily activities and a few tips/tricks that I've used to teach even and odd numbers, I've included 9 printable activities for students learning and practicing even and odd numbers. All of them are easy to print/cut and can be a one-time-use or printed on card stock for reuse.
-An activity page for students to sort their name by number of letters
-3 cut-and-paste even|odd charts (one-digit numbers, two-digit numbers, addition problems)
-A review sheet for students to identify odd numbers
-Workstation/center activity for two students to compete for the most numbers of their assigned sort
-An even|odd sort using birds
-Ocean Match for students to two players to race to complete their puzzle and check each other's answers
-Word Problem cards for students to identify numbers as being even or odd
-A game board where students will roll a die to move forward/backward, depending on whether the number is even or odd
-General number cards (with headings) for students to sort independently or during guided math.
These workstations can be self-check with an even|odd chart, or partner-check. I've also included an answer key for the two worksheets.