Odd and Even Numbers Worksheets

Here are some odd and even number worksheets that can be used with children to help them practice identifying and recognizing odd and even numbers.

What are odd and even numbers?

An even number is a number that can be divided evenly by two. For example, the number 6 can be divided into two groups of three.

An odd number can not be divided evenly into two groups, it will have a remainder of one. For example, the number seven can be divided into two groups of three with a remainder of one.

Simple Odd and Even Numbers Worksheet

The simple odd and even numbers worksheet is made up of three columns. The first column contains a number between 1-10, the second column has a corresponding number of objects and the third column has an odd or even number description.

Children should pair up all the images and determine if the images can be divided evenly or if there is a remainder of one. They then should circle whether the number is odd or even.

Odd and Even Numbers Worksheet – Coloring

This coloring exercise has children color in the flowers blue or red depending on whether the number in the flower is odd or even. There are two versions of the worksheet – the simpler version contain numbers up to 20. The more advanced version contains numbers up to 100.

Utilizing the odd and evens number chart 1-100 as part of completing these worksheets could be very helpful in enhancing the learning experience.

Other Useful Tools

Odd and Even Numbers Chart 1-100 – The odd and even numbers chart is a good tool to use in the teaching of odd and even numbers to your child.

Preschool Math Activities – Find some great activities here that can give you great ideas for using with the numbers chart.

Number flashcards – Use number flashcards to help teach your child how to count. The flashcards are printable and free and cover numbers 1-10.

Numbers Chart 1-10 – A simpler version of the number chart 1-20. Use it to teach the numbers up to ten.

Hundreds Chart – If your child has mastered numbers 1-20, you can use a hundreds chart to teach numbers beyond 20.

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