We have created this free odd and even sort for numbers with a festive St. Patrick’s Day theme – a perfect addition to your number sense practice.
This free set of resources for teachers contains an odd and even sort for numbers.
You can download this free set by clicking on the bold link at the bottom of this post. Look for: Odd & Even Sort.
Our St. Patrick’s Day math center has a collection of 80 colorful number cards along with a recording page. We began by including all numbers up to 24. We then have provided a variety of cards between 26 and 1,000.
You can allow students to work at their own pace by providing students with cards that fit the level they are working on.
For second graders, identifying odd and even numbers is often addressed at the beginning of the school year. March might be the perfect time to return to practicing this skill with this themed odd and even sort.
You might also find that some of your first grade students are ready to begin working on this skill.
We realize that not all teachers will be in need of a paper & pencil check but the recording page is included just in case.
This set of cards might also be used as a type of exit ticket. You can give each student a card. As students line up, they can tell you if their number is an odd number or an even number.
As always, this has been provided as a free resource for teachers. This resource is not intended to be sold.
Teachers and parents are given permission to copy for personal and classroom use.
You can download this free resource for teachers here:
Odd & Even Sort
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