teaching resource

# Odd and Even Interactive (Double Digit Sums)

• Updated:  03 Sep 2023

Engage students in odd and even numbers within double digit sums with this interactive activity.

• Pages:  1 Page

teaching resource

# Odd and Even Interactive (Double Digit Sums)

• Updated:  03 Sep 2023

Engage students in odd and even numbers within double digit sums with this interactive activity.

• Pages:  1 Page

Engage students in odd and even numbers within double digit sums with this interactive activity.

## Is it Odd Dod or Even Beavin? Interactive Activity

Are you currently teaching your students about the properties of odd and even numbers? This interactive activity is perfect for your math lessons or math rotations.

In this interactive activity, students will show their understanding of the

• Main properties between odd and even numbers
• Rules of subtraction
• Rules of division
• Rules of multiplication

## Tips for Extension and Support

We know that teachers are doing their absolute best to provide differentiated instruction for the diverse needs of the learners in their classrooms. To help you achieve the best outcomes for your learners, here are some ideas for how you might differentiate the application of this resource.

• Extend Your High Fliers – For students needing an additional challenge, invite them to create their own sums and sort them into odd or even based on the answer to each sum. You might even like to pair the students up and get them to ask each other if they predict the sum answer will be odd and even and explain their response.
• Support Your Less-Confident Students – Some students may benefit from maths manipulatives to provide concrete material to act out a sum or answer and pair up the total to determine if it is an odd or even number.

## Teaching Odd and Even Numbers Has Never Been So Easy!

Use the Download button to access the Google Slides version of this resource. Use this presentation in Presentation mode to enable the interactive features.

Project the activity onto a screen and work through the activities as a class for a paperless Math lesson! Alternatively, allow the students to work through the task independently on a personal device. (Note: Be sure to have them make their own copy of the activity before commencing!)

This resource was created by Lindsey Phillips, a teacher in Michigan and a Teach Starter collaborator.