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odd and even   Today for our lesson we’ll be going into details about odd and even numbers. We’re going to talk about what makes them odd or even as well as doing worksheets to go along with them. First we’re starting with a couple easy refreshers though before diving right on in to the “unknown” stuff so to speak.   Here’s our refresher pages for skip counting:   skip count   Here’s what we’re using for odds and evens:   odd or even?   Extra Pages of interest for Odd and Even Numbers (all free):   odd or even   Another idea is to make cute art projects (maybe candied apples out of construction paper) and ask the child(ren) if you’re holding up an odd or even amount.

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