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Even and Odd Numbers

Even and Odd Numbers

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Published by: Sarah Lombardi on May 01, 2013
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Even Steven

Odd Todd

Find The Mystery Shape
Color all of the boxes with odd numbers pink

2 9 11 12 8 12 2

5 17 3 9 10 16 18

1 11 13 17 3 20 16

4 15 17 11 1 5 12

6 2 19 5 9 17 1

10 9 1 7 7 11 8

3 5 15 3 17 12 10

7 1 11 1 18 14 4

8 19 7 14 6 20 6

Odd or Even? 10 7 2

Odd or Even

Odd or Even

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Odd or Even

Odd or Even

Odd or Even

Even and Odd Numbers Topic: Odd and even numbers Grade: Kindergarten Standards:  CCSS.Math.Content.K.CC.A.1 Count to 100 by ones and by tens Objectives:  Students will be able to list odd and even numbers 1-20.  Students will recognize that the last digit of a number determines whether it is odd or even.  Students will recognize that even numbers can be divided evenly with no leftovers while odd numbers cannot. Materials:  Even Steven and Odd Todd By: Kathryn Cristaldi  Ten-Frame odd or even worksheet  Odd or even mystery shape coloring page  Even Stven and Odd Todd game board  Game pieces (1 for each player)  Dice (1 for each pair of players)  Index cards with numbers 1-20 (4 sets)  Small manipulatives (cubes or bears)  Crayons  Pencils Procedure: Before Reading:  “I found this really great book the other day that I thought all of you would love! The book is called Even Steven and Odd Todd and it is a fictional math book. Steven and Todd are going to teach us all about odd and even numbers. Does anyone know what odd and even numbers are?” o Allow two students to respond  “Before we read, I wanted to tell a little bit about odd and even numbers so that we can all understand this great story”. o Even numbers are numbers that can be split into two equal parts with no leftovers. o Odd numbers cannot be split to equal parts; they will always leave leftovers.  “Lets look at examples of odd an even numbers on a Ten-Frame”.

o Show the number 6 on the Ten-Frame and point out how everyone has a partner. Show the number 5 on the Ten-Frame and point out that there is one leftover. “Now that we understand a little bit about odd and even numbers, I am going to read about Even Steven and Odd Todd. While I read I want you to look for examples of odd and even numbers. Keep in mind that Even Steven only likes even numbers and Odd Todd only likes odd numbers”.

During Reading:  Stop reading after page 4 o What are some ways that Even Steven shows he likes even numbers?  Stop reading after page 8 o What are some ways that Odd Todd shows he like odd numbers?  Stop reading after page 26 o Why was Even Steven so upset when he saw his ice cream? o Is 11 and odd or even number? After Reading:  “ Now that we read all about Even Steven and Odd Todd, I want you to help me write down all of the numbers that they like best”. o Students and teacher will make odd and even T-chart together (up to 10).  “I Noticed in the book, that Even Steven and Odd Todd like numbers that are bigger than 10! How can we tell if a two or three digit number is odd or even?” o Allow students to share ideas  “ If you want to know if a big number is odd or even you could draw out the number in a picture or a Ten-Frame to check for partners. Sometimes that might take too long, so there is an easier way to find out.” o Explain that the last digit of a numbers always tells if it’s odd or even. o Challenge students to come up with a number over 20 that is odd of even.  Explain all stations to students o Use student helper to demonstrate safe game play and appropriate carpet behavior. Station one: Even Steven and Odd Todd Board Game  Students play the game with a partner.  One player will be Even Steven and the other will be Odd Todd.  Players start with their game pieces on Even Steven or Odd Todd.  Players take turns rolling the dice. If the number is even Steven with move and Todd will move if the number is odd.  The first player to reach the star at the end of the game Board wins.

Station Two: Mystery Shape

Students will color all of the odd numbers pink to reveal the mystery shape on a grid. o Look for patterns in the grid, do any numbers repeat?

Station Three: Odd or Even Ten-Frames  Students will be given a number and an empty Ten-Frame.  Students will draw the given number on the Ten-Frame and circle if it is odd or even. o Do all of the dots on your Ten-Frame have a partner? o Do you see any leftovers? Station Four: Odd or even cubes  Students will complete this activity on the carpet with partners or small groups.  Each pair or group of students will receive a set of 1-20 flash cards.  One student picks a card from the pile and reads the number.  Students will work together to count out the corresponding number of manipulatives and pair them.  Students will decide if the number is even or odd. o How did you pair your cubes and why? o Is there any other way you can equally divide your cubes? o Are there leftovers? Assessment:  Students complete at least 5 out of 6 ten frames on the odd or even worksheet correctly.  Students will be able to verbally explain that even numbers have partners with no leftovers.  Students will be able to verbally explain that odd numbers have leftovers when they are paired.  Students can identify whether a two or three digit number is odd or even by looking at the last digit of the number.

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