It's fun being odd! Have kids find their way through a paw print maze by connecting odd numbers in any direction, eventually connecting to a cute dog's bone in the middle of the puzzle.
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- Add to your homework packet for the week during a unit on odds and evens
- Have kids work on the assignment in a math center or with small groups
- Consider modeling the first line or two for learners, or writing in a sample line in the beginning of the worksheet
- Cute and interesting for learners of all levels
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