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# Charts of Odd and Even Numbers Up to 500

• Updated:  25 Jul 2023

Encourage your students to identify odd and even numbers with this set of number charts up to 500.

• Editable:  Google Slides

• Non-Editable:  PDF

• Pages:  11 Pages

• Years:  1 - 4

• Differentiated:  Yes

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teaching resource

# Charts of Odd and Even Numbers Up to 500

• Updated:  25 Jul 2023

Encourage your students to identify odd and even numbers with this set of number charts up to 500.

• Editable:  Google Slides

• Non-Editable:  PDF

• Pages:  11 Pages

• Years:  1 - 4

• Differentiated:  Yes

Encourage your students to identify odd and even numbers with this set of number charts up to 500.

## Number Charts to 500 for Odd and Even Numbers

This set of number charts has been specifically created to help teach and learn odd and even numbers, though they can be used for various maths topics. Here are some great ways to use these Number Charts in the classroom:

1. Visual reference – the number charts provide a clear and organised visual reference for students to identify odd and even numbers within the given range.
2. Introduction to Odd and Even numbers – for younger students or those just starting to learn about odd and even numbers, the charts are a gentle introduction to the concept. The larger numbers are great to differentiate and extend those higher students.
3. Classroom display + activities – hang the number charts in a prominent place so students can refer to them whenever needed. The colour version is great for this and the plain black and white versions are great for odd and even number activities.
4. Odd and even patterns – encourage students to look for patterns in the number charts. For example, they may notice that odd numbers alternate with even numbers or that multiples of 5 are always odd. This observation can lead to discussions about number sequences and arithmetic patterns.

## Download and Use Today

Use the dropdown menu to choose between the PDF or editable Google Slides versions of this resource. There is also an option to download without the numbers coloured in – opening up to place these versions in write and wipe sleeves and create some fantastic activities.

Lisamarie Del Valle, a Teach Starter collaborator, contributed to this resource.

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