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The printable worksheets on this page can be used to teach your students about the differences between even and odd numbers.
Most of the worksheets on this page align with the Common Core Standards. To see CCSS connections, simply click the apple core icon ().
Tell whether the given numbers are odd or even. Includes a couple of word problems on the bottom.Even or Odd Member
Color the even numbers blue and the odd numbers red. Then, find the number in each group that doesn't belong.Even or Odd Pictures (Easy) Member
Count the items and tell whether the number is even or odd.Mouse Path Member
Color only the odd numbers on the grid and you'll make a path to help the mouse find his cheese.Odd-Even Card Sort Game Member
Sort the odd and even numbers by playing a matching game, or by sorting the number cards on a table.Skip Count by 2s (Up to 200) Member
Skip count by 2s. Fill in the boxes to complete the chart.
Color the even numbers on the grid. Make a path to help the batter find his baseball.Odd or Even Addition Member
Find the sums for each basic addition problem. Then, tell if the sum is even or odd.Odd-Even Word Problems (Harder) Member
A series of critical thinking word problems to help kids differentiate between odd and even numbers.Mystery Odd-Even Number Puzzle Member
Use the key to decode the secret numbers.Odd/Even Cootie Catcher Member
Cut, color, and fold the origami cootie catcher (aka Fortune Teller). Then play the game to learn odd and even numbers.
See also:Counting Worksheets
Practice counting by onesHundreds Charts
Printable hundreds charts and ninety-nine charts