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## Odd or Even - CCSS 2.OA.C.3

 1. Even and Odd Numbers. Click Image to Enlarge Determine if the number is odd or even.  SEE MORE 2. Even Odd Number Games. Click Image to Enlarge Numerous games to play, practice, and reinforce even odd number skills. SEE MORE 3. Hoop Shoot. Click Image to Enlarge An even/odd basketball game. Correctly answer the questions to shoot the ball.  SEE MORE 4. Identifying Even & Odd Numbers. Click Image to Enlarge Determine if the number in each question is even or odd. (Audio available for questions and answer choices.)  SEE MORE 5. Odd and Even Number Game. Click Image to Enlarge Find the odd or even number for each number. Choose the minimum/maximum numbers to use (2-99).  SEE MORE 6. Odd and Even Numbers. Click Image to Enlarge Count the objects and choose odd or even.  SEE MORE 7. Odd or Even - [From FreeMathTest]. Click Image to Enlarge Choose level of difficulty or customize for any number range and then select the number of questions. Self-checking.  SEE MORE 8. Odd or Even?. Click Image to Enlarge Select a group of numbers (1-10, 1-30, 1-00). Drag and drop the number tiles to the correct part of a diagram.  SEE MORE 9. Odd/Even (up to 100). Click Image to Enlarge These games help children learn by repetition and also increase their speed gradually as they become more skilled. Maths Chase allows you to increase the speed you need to answer questions as you become more confident in a fun and engaging way. SEE MORE 10. Twins. Click Image to Enlarge Read through the lesson and practice identifying odd and even numbers.  SEE MORE 11. Which Number? Click Image to Enlarge Decide which even or odd number comes before or after the number in the question. Explanations provided for incorrect answers. (Available audio for questions.)  SEE MORE

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