This Odd Even Kit provides a variety of hands-on activities, printable worksheets, games, interactive journal foldable, and QR codes to introduce, reinforce, assess, or review odd and even. Provides extra thinking and pattern recognition as required with common core. Perfect for math stations!
How can I use this product?
This kit is ready to go for your math centers: partner work, technology, on my own, hands-on activities, and assessment.
You will need two dice/die/number cubes (whatever you call them), game pieces (beans, buttons, or coins), and two color counters (for one of the activities) but most games are ready to go without these materials.
What is included?
The 18 page PDF file contains:
Cover page/notes/copyright info (3 pages)
Hands On Activity: Part 1 Odd Even Grab and Recording Sheet
Hands On Activity: Part 2 Who Knows What is Missing?
Hands On Activity: Pour and Record and Recording Sheet
2 Person Game: Odd Man In
Hands On Activity: Roll and Score
Hands On Activity: Roll and Double (Added 1/10/14)
Worksheet: Odd=Circles Even=Squares
Worksheet: Odd Even Pair Up
Worksheet: Odd Even Double Up (Added 1/10/14)
Worksheet: Even and Odd
Worksheet: Even and Odd Numbers
Foldable: Even and Odd for Interactive Journal/Dictionary
QR Codes: For links to 3 free online math games
Is this available in a bundle as well?
Not at this time.
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What standards are addressed?
Operations and Algebraic Thinking (3): Determine whether a group of objects (up to 20) has an odd or even number of members, e.g., by pairing objects or counting them by 2s; write an equation to express an even number as a sum of two equal addends.