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Angela Seesawer

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Odd or Even Number

Let's explore to figure out if a number is odd or even. Grab a big handful of math materials and put them into groups of two. photo 1. Take a photo of your work. drawing 2. Use the drawing tool to circle and count the groups. mic 3. Tap the mic to explain if the total number is odd or even. How do you know? check 4. Tap the green check to add to your journal.

1st Grade, 2nd Grade, Math
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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This is a great activity for students to complete at a math station or quickly at the end of a lesson. Students can choose to use any math manipulative in your classroom. If you would like students to work with larger odd or even numbers, have them use two handfuls of math manipulatives. Another option would be to have students work with a specific given number if required by your math curriculum. For example, "Using Seesaw, show me if 15 is an odd or even number." It's a great way to check in with your students current level of understanding.