# Odd & Even Animals - 6 simple games for animal lovers

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This is a collection of 6 one-page print & play games for 2-4 players.You will need 1 or 2 dice and place markers.
ODD KITTENS & EVEN PUPPIES - One player uses the cat board. This player is Odd Kitten. The other player is Even Puppy. Kitten chooses 3, 5, 7, 9 or 11 as their lucky number and Puppy chooses 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 or 12. Players take turns rolling 2 dice and adding the numbers. If you are Odd Kitten and roll an odd sum, or Even Puppy and roll and even sum, move forward one space. If you are Odd Kitten and roll an even sum, or Even Puppy and roll an odd sum, you do not move on that turn. If your sum is your lucky number, move forward an extra space. If you land on a space with more than one pet, you get to take another turn.
ODD & EVEN ZOO BABIES - One player is odd , the other is even. Players start at different ends of the board. Player 1 rolls the die. He/she counts forward that many spaces. The player then reads the animals name and counts the letters in the name. The player adds the 2 numbers (die and number of letters in name). If the player is even and the sum is even, or the player is odd and the sum is odd, the player moves forward to that space. Players take turns rolling, adding and moving until one player reaches the other player’s zoo.
ODD EVEN SAFARI - Take turns rolling the 2 dice and adding the numbers. If the sum is even move forward 2 spaces. If it is an odd sum move back 1 space. If you roll doubles you get an extra turn.
FARM FASHIONS - Players take turns rolling the die. On each roll the player announces if it is an odd or even number. He/she counts forward that many spaces and announces if the number of animals in the picture is odd or even. The two numbers are added, the player states if the sum is an odd or even number, and says “Even + even = even” or Odd + odd = even” or “Odd + even = odd.” If correct the player moves to that space.
PIG - Each player decides if they will be Odd or Even. Players take turns rolling 2 dice and adding the numbers. If you roll doubles you earn an extra turn, no matter what the sum is. If an Odd player has an even sum or an Even player has an odd sum, the players turn ends. If an Odd player rolls an odd sum, or an Even player rolls an even sum, he/she moves forward 1 space. A player can keep rolling as long as they get a sum that matches their odd/even status. But...if they get “pig-ish” and keep rolling, and get a sum that does not belong to them, they must go back a space.
ODD DOGS - Each player starts in a different dog house. One player is Odd, the other Even. Players take turns rolling 2 or more dice. The player adds the numbers. If the Odd player has an odd sum or the Even player has an even sum, that player moves ahead 3 spaces. If the sum does not match the player’s criteria, the player must go back 1 space. But… in order to move to the last space (the other player’s home) the player must roll a number that matches the odd/even criteria of the other player (Even player must roll an odd number; Odd player must roll an even number). The first player to get to the other dog’s house is the winner.
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