Odd and Even Numbers (Geometry) has 11 printable pages to improve your students understanding of odd and even numbers. Students analyze circles, squares, triangles, pyramids, cubes, pentagons, hexagons, octagons, stars, ovals, and a variety of other polygons, seeking to answer:
What is the largest ODD shape?
What is the smallest ODD shape?
What is the largest EVEN shape?
What is the smallest EVEN shape?
How many pyramids have an ODD number of levels?
How many stars have an EVEN number of points?
Is there an EVEN or ODD number of smiles?
Is there an EVEN or ODD number of eyes?
Number work has never been more fun. Use these pages as a sponge activity, for early finishers, at a math center, for homework, at the beginning of the year, right before the summer, or anytime. Take a look at the Preview to see a few pages from this packet.
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