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### Odd And Even Number Fishing

Odd And Even Number Fishing. A simple activity to set up to teach your child about odd and even numbers.

£1 for 20 Christmas cups from the Pound Shop! Put them in order... close your eyes..... take one away... whats missing? close your eyes ... swap 2 over.... whats wrong? Using just cups 1 - 5 (initially) hide the christmas bell under one.... give clue to your friends... its under an odd number, even, 1 and 3 add up to this, double 2 etc! we've had great fun....

A Love for Teaching: Guess That Number

Domino Sorting Mats on different colored card stock so they could sort dominoes by their odd and even numbers

### Word and colour sorting games

Fun garden-theme word sorting game - plus a bonus colour sorting idea!

Odd and Even post it notes to see connection to bigger numbers that follow the pattern. Give me an number between 20-40…

### A great way to ensure your guests are fully occupied and entertained, invest in some of these outdoor game ideas for your wedding

Avoid any awkward silences and get your guests in a glorious mood with an array of games for them to play in the sun. From croquet, to sack races and giant Twister, there's something for everyone. And what's even better than that, you can hang on to them and whip them out the next day for a post-wedding soiree in the sun! Perfect.

### 10 Ways to Teach Math Using Post It Notes

Discover 10 ways to teach math using post it notes. There are ideas for teaching addition, even and odd numbers, fact families, comparing numbers, rounding, fractions, decimals, area and graphing. Sticky notes help make learning interactive and fun! Click on the link for more details.

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The Odd and Even Card Game. Make a t chart explaining the difference between odd and even numbers, remove face cards and let the student/child sort the odds and evens!

Even Steven and Odd Todd. activity by Cara Carroll @ The First Grade Parade. oddeven1

This is an odd and even mathematical racing game It is designed to give children plenty of (social) opportunities to reinforce their ability to recognise odd and even numbers.