Hope you enjoyed the video!
Thanks for watching!
You have remaining on your free trial.
4 Free Lessons Left
Get unlimited access to all videos and lesson plans with a membership.
So you can keep watching more great videos in class, ask your teacher or principal to get a School plan membership.
We hope you enjoyed trying 5 lessons!
Become a member to get full access to our entire library of learning videos, reading material, quiz games, simple DIY activities & more.
Plans & PricingCreate a free account to continue watching
Welcome to Our New Math Lessons!
Your subscription is currently only to our science lessons.
5 Free Math Lessons Left
Add Math To My Plan (+$50/yr)We hope you enjoyed sampling 5 Math Lessons!
Your subscription is currently only to our science lessons.
Add Math To My Plan (+$50/yr)0 Free Math Lessons Left
Oops! It looks like your security settings are blocking this video 🙁
If you are on a school computer or network, ask your tech person to whitelist these URLs:
*.wistia.com, fast.wistia.com, fast.wistia.net, embedwistia-a.akamaihd.net
Sometimes a simple refresh solves this issue. If you need further help, contact us.
Even & Odd Numbers
Sorry, student links are only for classroom & school accounts.
Please login to generate a student link.
Generate Student Link
- Show lesson plan & teacher guide
- Show answers to discussion questions
- Show video only
- Allow visiting of other pages
- Hide assessments
What you will learn from this videoWhat you will learn
- We'll learn what even and odd numbers are.
- We will also learn how to identify even and odd numbers.
- And we’ll explore how this knowledge can help us go on field trips, eat noodles, and even pair up our favorite shoes!
- Discussion Questions
Before Video
How can you count by 2s?ANSWEREach number is 2 more than the number before it. 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12.
I can, 3 + 3 = 6.
3 + 6 = 9. No, I can write 4 + 5 = 9 or 5 + 4 = 9, but the groups can't be the same size.
I can, 8 + 8 = 16.
9 + 9 = 18 and 10 + 10 = 20. I can't make 19. One way to make 19 is 10 + 9.
After Video
How can you tell if a group of objects has an even number of objects?ANSWERYou could pair them off. If there is an even number of objects, they will go into pairs with nothing left over.
You could pair them off. If there is an odd number of objects, there will be one object left over.
Even. I can make two equal groups.
Odd. When I put the objects into pairs, there is one left over.
9 + 9 = 18. 18 is even because it can be put into two equal groups.
- Vocabulary
- Even number DEFINE
An even number of objects can be paired in groups of 2 with nothing left over.
- Odd number DEFINE
An odd number of objects cannot be paired in groups of 2 with nothing left over. One of the objects is not paired.
- Addition DEFINE
Putting together two or more groups to find a new total.
- Addend DEFINE
A group being added.
- Sum DEFINE
The result of adding
- Equal Groups DEFINE
Groups that have the same size or quantity.
- Skip Count DEFINE
Counting while skipping numbers. For example, when you skip count by twos you skip every second number: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, ….
- Pattern DEFINE
Numbers, shapes, or objects arranged following a rule or rules.
- Even number DEFINE
- Reading Material
- Practice Word Problems
- Practice Number Problems
- Lesson Plan
- Teacher Guide