Odd and Even Number - Charts and Activities
Odd and Even charts have attractive images with odd / even numbers, cut-paste activities and printable hundred charts to give children of grade 1 and grade 2 an in-depth understanding of odd and even numbers. We offer some free charts too!
Odd-Even Charts: Landscape
Odd-even chart pdfs are done in a landscape layout to make them more appealing to children.
Train themed chart
Two steam engine trains carry even numbers and odd numbers on their passenger cars.
Kids themed chart
Children stand hand in hand with even and odd numbers displayed on them.
Clothesline themed chart
T-shirts are hung on the clotheslines with even and odd numbers printed on them.
Odd-Even Charts: Portrait
Odd-even charts are available here in a portrait view. Colorful pictures are displayed in each chart pdf.
Bubbles themed chart
Even and odd numbers are displayed on soap bubbles.
Cartoon themed chart
Cartoons carry placards with even and odd numbers on them.
Ice-cream themed chart
Ice-cream cones have odd or even numbers on each scoop.
Printable Hundred Charts
Printable hundred charts are given here. Odd and even series are highlighted.
Odd themed chart
Odd numbers are shaded green to highlight the odd series.
Even themed chart
Even numbers are shaded blue for better recognition of the even series.
Odd / even chart
Numbers up to 100 are shown and odd / even series are shaded in different colors to facilitate easy learning for 2nd grade kids.
Cut and Glue Activities
An engaging cut and paste activity is given here for 1st grade children. Help the kittens, puppies and chicks to identify their moms.
Cats and Kittens
Cut out all the odd kittens and paste them below their odd mom and even kittens below their even mom.
Dogs and Puppies
Cautiously cut out all the puppies and paste it below their odd and even moms.
Hens and Chicks
Carefully cut out all the chicks and paste them under their mom in the given tabular column.
Odd and even street
A board with an odd and an even street is shown in the first sheet. Cut out any ten consecutive odd / even labels (houses) from sheet 2 and glue them under each street. A sample activity is given in the 3rd sheet.