Recognize Even and Odd Numbers by Forming Partners and Equal Groups

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Nobody wants to be the odd man out. The first video in this series uses prior knowledge about making fair teams to teach young mathematicians about even and odd numbers. Pictures and number lines offer support as children learn that even numbers make two equal groups, while odd numbers do not. A simple, but effective approach to developing this fundamental understanding. Increase engagement by having students volunteer to act out the examples provided in the video.

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CCSS: Designed
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Pros

  • Using a number line clearly demonstrates the alternating pattern with even and odd numbers
  • Addresses all numbers between 1 and 10
  • A slide show version of the video is available to download
Cons

  • Requires independent practice problems that allow learners to demonstrate their understanding
Common Core