# Know Your Numbers: Odd and Even

In this worksheet, students identify whether a number is odd or even, categorising into two columns.

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Number: Number and Place Value

Curriculum subtopic:   Count to 100

Difficulty level:

### QUESTION 1 of 10

Even numbers are the answers in the 2 times table.

2, 4, 6, 8, 10 etc.... are EVEN

Odd numbers are the rest!

1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11 etc....

Even and Odd are opposites.

A Carroll Diagram has two sides which show opposites.

Look at this Carroll Diagram.

On the left side we put all the EVEN numbers.

On the right side we put all the numbers that are NOT EVEN.

We can do the same with ODD numbers, like this:

Choose the side on which the number 4 should go in the Carroll Diagram.

Even

Not Even

Choose the side on which the number 14 should go in the Carroll Diagram.

Even

Not Even

Choose the side on which the number 13 should go in the Carroll Diagram.

Even

Not Even

Choose the side on which the number 7 should go in the Carroll Diagram.

Even

Not Even

Choose the side on which the number 12 should go in the Carroll Diagram.

Even

Not Even

Choose the side on which the number 12 should go in the Carroll Diagram.

Odd

Not Odd

Choose the side on which the number 13 should go in the Carroll Diagram.

Odd

Not Odd

Choose the side on which the number 18 should go in the Carroll Diagram.

Odd

Not Odd

Choose the side on which the number 11 should go in the Carroll Diagram.

Odd

Not Odd

Choose the side on which the number 32 should go in the Carroll Diagram.

Odd

Not Odd

• Question 1

Choose the side on which the number 4 should go in the Carroll Diagram.

Even
EDDIE SAYS
4 is an answer in the 2 times table.
• Question 2

Choose the side on which the number 14 should go in the Carroll Diagram.

Even
EDDIE SAYS
14 is an answer in the 2 times table.
• Question 3

Choose the side on which the number 13 should go in the Carroll Diagram.

Not Even
EDDIE SAYS
13 is not an answer in the 2 times table.
• Question 4

Choose the side on which the number 7 should go in the Carroll Diagram.

Not Even
EDDIE SAYS
7 is not an answer in the 2 times table.
• Question 5

Choose the side on which the number 12 should go in the Carroll Diagram.

Even
EDDIE SAYS
12 is an answer in the 2 times table.
• Question 6

Choose the side on which the number 12 should go in the Carroll Diagram.

Not Odd
EDDIE SAYS
12 is an answer in the 2 times table.
• Question 7

Choose the side on which the number 13 should go in the Carroll Diagram.

Odd
EDDIE SAYS
13 is not an answer in the 2 times table.
• Question 8

Choose the side on which the number 18 should go in the Carroll Diagram.

Not Odd
EDDIE SAYS
18 is an answer in the 2 times table.
• Question 9

Choose the side on which the number 11 should go in the Carroll Diagram.

Odd
EDDIE SAYS
11 is not an answer in the 2 times table.
• Question 10

Choose the side on which the number 32 should go in the Carroll Diagram.

Not Odd
EDDIE SAYS
32 is an answer in the 2 times table. Just keep on counting in 2s.
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