This activity provides number tiles for your students to make even and odd numbers on a place mat with student directions.
This would be perfect for your teacher table or student center. I would recommend working with the students at your teacher table, then allowing the students to practice with a partner in a station.
You can use this as a whole group activity with the PowerPoint and printing the number tile slide for each student.
Emphasize during your mini-lesson, "The one's place of an even number is even: 2, 4, 6, 8, or 0." and, "The one's place of an odd number is odd: 1, 3, 5, 7, or 9."
The students will manipulate the number tiles through progressive workmats that begin with two-digit numbers that start in the twenties through three-digit numbers.
You may modify this activity for above or below using the single-digit workmat , blank workmat, tens-frames, or base-tens blocks. Figure out you need to make these activities work best for you.
More activities to come, once I finish my masters in Math Curriculum and Instruction.