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Printable “Even & Odd Numbers” worksheets for 2nd Grade:

Learning Even Numbers

Learning Odd Numbers

Identify Even & Odd Numbers

Add Even & Odd Numbers

Examples, solutions, videos, and worksheets to help Grade 2 students learn odd numbers by relating to even numbers.

There are two sets of Odd Number worksheets.

Teaching young students the concept of odd numbers using even numbers as a reference point can help them understand the distinction between the two.

Here’s a suggested approach:

- Start with Even Numbers:

Begin by introducing even numbers, such as 2, 4, 6, and 8.

Explain that even numbers are like pairs of friends. Each even number has a partner, and they like to stay together. - Introduce Odd Numbers:

Once the students have grasped the idea of even numbers, introduce the concept of odd numbers.

Explain that odd numbers are like numbers that don’t have a partner. They are all by themselves and don’t have a friend to pair with. - Relate Even and Odd Numbers:

When we add 1 to an even number we will get an odd number.

When we subtract 1 from an even number we will get an odd number. - Extension:

As the students become more familiar with even and odd numbers, you can introduce the concept that even numbers can be divided by 2 evenly, while odd numbers always leave a remainder of 1 when divided by 2.

Have a look at this video if you need to review how to identify an even or odd number.

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Odd Number Worksheet #1

Odd Number Worksheet #2

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Even and Odd Numbers (up to 10)

Even and Odd Numbers (up to 100)

Even and Odd Numbers (up to 1000)

Add Even & Odd Numbers

Subtract Even & Odd Numbers

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