## Even and Odd Numbers Within A Group

#### Aligned To Common Core Standard:

**Grade 2 Operations** - 2.OA.3

What Are Odd and Even Numbers? Children in maths class need to understand the concept of even and odd numbers. An even number is any number that can be divided into two equal sets or groups. According to another understanding, an even number is a number which has no remainder when it is divided by the number 2. An odd number is a number that cannot be divided into two equal sets or groups. Another understanding says that odd number is any number that has 1 as a remainder when it is divided by the number 2. Another simple understanding of the concept of even and odd numbers is that any integer that is not an odd number is definitely an even number. An even number will always have the numbers 2, 4, 6, 8, and 0 in the end regardless of how many and what numbers are placed behind it. For example, 3,78,452 is an odd number because it has the number 2 in it. An even number will have 1, 3, 5, 7, and 9 at the end of each number. For example, 34,785 is an odd number because it has the number 5 at the end.

These worksheets help students learn to classify integers as even or odd.

### Printable Worksheets And Lessons

- Step-by-Step Lesson-
Is there an even or odd number of birdies in this set?

- Even or Odd Quick
Lesson- This one is great when you need to catch someone up
on this skill quickly.

- Even or Odd Numbers 5
Pack- Kind of a drill and kill pack of 5 worksheets.

- Color in the Odds-
Color in all the boxes that contain an odd number.

- Guided Lesson -We work solely
on numeric digits and take a break from counting pictures for this
lesson.

- Guided Lesson Explanation -
We base our answers on whether the numbers can be broken evenly
into two groups.

- Practice Worksheet -
Label each set of objects as even or odd.

- Matching Problems to Answers Worksheet - Match the pictures of shapes to their counterpart in numbers and labels.

#### Homework Sheets

You will find some interesting formats in this section. We give a number of ways to look at the problem.

- Homework 1- Match the odd and even numbers according to the same number of pictures.
- Homework 2- Count the pictures in each set. Write the total numbers and label them as odd and even.
- Homework 3- Football helmets.

#### Practice Worksheets

We practice with odds and evens boxes here. They will really help a great deal.

- Practice 1- Shade or color in the boxes that contain odd numbers.
- Practice 2- An another revision of the last skill.
- Practice 3- Shade or color in the boxes that contain even numbers.