Our daughter has been struggling with her odd and even numbers.
Her 1st Grade teacher has been a bit concerned about it, so I figured it was time to get cracking on some worksheets for her.
Below are six different worksheets you can use to teach your child about odds and evens.
In my daughter's class, they've been working on learning their numbers in chunks. For the first quarter, they covered the numbers up to 30. In the second, we are working on expanding their number identification up to 60.
For this reason, the first three papers cover the numbers up to 30 while the last three go up to 60.
Since it's so close to Thanksgiving (at the time I'm creating these worksheets) I made a couple of holiday-themed papers. The rest are things my daughter loves--unicorns, princesses, and yes...football!
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The instructions are pretty simple--circle the even numbers and cross out the odd numbers.
However, our daughter seems to only have problems with the even numbers. If you needed to, you could just focus on either odd or even numbers.
If your class presents even numbers before odd numbers (or vice versa), you could still use these worksheets, just have your students ignore the instructions and only circle the numbers you're working on.
For more help with numbers and 1st grade math, check out the pages below.
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