# Odd and Even Numbers | Ring the Even Numbers

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11 When we begin counting odd and even numbers, the very first number is odd number then comes the even number.

Color the proper variety of
items. Sounding the even numbers and cross the odd numbers:

Two items form a set.
Hence, one things does not form any set. There is if there are 3 items
one set and one things is left. These kind 2 if there are 4 items
sets. These kind 2 sets and one things is left if there are 5 items.
These kind 3 sets if there are 6 items. if there are 7 items
these kind 3 sets and one things is left. if there are 8 items
these kind 4 sets. These kind 4 sets and one if there are 9 items
things is left. These kind 5 sets and so on if there are 10 items.

The numbers that make sets
are called even numbers. No rest is left, when an even number is divided
by2. For example: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10,
… … so on. When these numbers are divided by 2 they have no rest left

The numbers that have one left.
When divided by 2 are called odd numbers, over. For example: 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, … … so on. When these numbers are
divided by 2 they have one left over.

Note: Ring (i.e. ) to reveal
the even numbers in the photo chart provided above. Cross (i.e. X) to reveal the
odd numbers.

Pairs

Things or items that remain in 2s are likewise, stated to be in sets.

This goat is along.

These 2 goats are together.

They remain in a set.

This is a set of socks.

It is a set of scissors.

Even Numbers

Numbers that can be taken into sets are even numbers

If a number has its ones digit as 0, 2, 4, 6 and 8, it is an even number.

Thus, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14 etc. are even numbers.

Odd Numbers

Numbers that can not be taken into sets are odd numbers

If a number has its ones digit as 1, 3, 5, 7, or 9, it is an odd number.

Thus, 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15 etc. are odd numbers.

Questions and Answers on Even and Odd Numbers:

1. Compose the even numbers approximately 30.

2. Compose the odd numbers from 15 to 35.

3. Discover the even number in each group and compose it in the placeholder.

4. Discover the odd number in each group and compose it in the placeholder.

Discuss and compose:

Which is the very first odd numbers? __________