teaching resource

# Odd and Even Properties Flipbook

• Updated:  31 Aug 2023

Teach your students about the properties of odd and even numbers with this engaging flipbook.

• Non-Editable:  PDF

• Pages:  1 Page

teaching resource

# Odd and Even Properties Flipbook

• Updated:  31 Aug 2023

Teach your students about the properties of odd and even numbers with this engaging flipbook.

• Non-Editable:  PDF

• Pages:  1 Page

Teach your students about the properties of odd and even numbers with this engaging flipbook.

## What Are Odd and Even Properties?

We’re glad you asked! Here are some of the odd and even number properties you might like to teach your students:

### Odd Numbers

• An odd number is a number that can’t be divided into equal groups.
• When you try to share an odd number of things between two people, there will always be one left over.
• For example, if you have three cookies and you want to share them with your friend, one cookie will be left with you after sharing.

### Even Numbers

• An even number is a number that can be divided evenly into two equal groups.
• When you share an even number of things among two people, they will get the same amount without anything left over.
• For example, if you have four marbles and want to give two to each of your friends, you can do that without any marbles being left.

## How to Create Odd and Even Numbers Flipbook

You’ll need to print this whole resource for each student; while it seems like a lot of paper, students can refer to this resource throughout an entire mathematics unit on odd and even numbers.

1. Cut out the flipbook pages on the dashed lines.
2. Stack the pages in order, beginning with the largest on the bottom and ending with the smallest on top.
3. Align all pages along the top edge.
4. Staple the book together at marked staple points.
5. Have students draw and write about the story elements based on the prompt given on each page.

## Multiple Applications for This Odd and Even Numbers Activity

The beauty of this resource lies in its versatility! Why not try some of the following suggestions:

• Whole-class activity (completed as a class)
• Small-group activity (in small guided groups)
• Individual activity (for students who are capable of completing independently)
• Homework task (for revision of concepts taught)

Use the dropdown arrow next to the Download button to choose between the editable Google Slides file or the easy-print PDF.

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

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