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2nd Grade Odd or Even Number Popcorn Sorting Activity

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    Updated:  31 Jul 2023

Sort popcorn shaped numbers into either the odd popcorn bucket or the even popcorn bucket.

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teaching resource

2nd Grade Odd or Even Number Popcorn Sorting Activity

  • Updated

    Updated:  31 Jul 2023

Sort popcorn shaped numbers into either the odd popcorn bucket or the even popcorn bucket.

  • Editable

    Editable:  Google Slides

  • Non-Editable

    Non-Editable:  PDF

  • Pages

    Pages:  1 Page

  • Curriculum
  • Grade

    Grade:  2

Sort popcorn shaped numbers into either the odd popcorn bucket or the even popcorn bucket.

It’s a Popcorn Party! Odd and Even Sorting Activity

This popcorn-themed sorting activity has been designed to help students reinforce their understanding of odd and even numbers in a fun and hands-on way. By sorting popcorn pieces with numbers on them into different popcorn buckets labeled ‘odd’ and ‘even’, students will solidify their recognition of number parity.

An answer key is included with your download to make grading fast and easy!  

Odd and Even Numbers

If you’re looking for some more odd and even activities to do with your students, we’ve done some searching for you…

  1. Create a scavenger hunt around the classroom or school, where students search for numbers and determine if they are odd or even.
  2. Number line walk – draw a number line on the floor or use a large number line poster. Call out numbers, and students must walk and stand in the correct position to indicate if it’s odd or even.
  3. Create patterns on the board or use manipulatives, where students have to identify the pattern and continue it using odd or even numbers.
  4. Create a foldable mini booklet for odd and even numbers using this printable template.

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It is advised to print this activity on cardstock to ensure durability of the resource.


This resource was created by Cassandra Friesen, a teacher in Colorado and a Teach Starter Collaborator.

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