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Odd And Even Numbers – Learn Numbers – Learning Upgrade
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Identifying Numbers as Even or Odd
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This video explains how to identify numbers of more than one digit as even or odd using the last digit of the number. A teacher explains the skill, and the numbers and strategy appear on a white screen. (01:45)
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Odd Numbers Song
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This song teaches the odd digits, and shows that any number ending in an odd digit is also odd. This is a great resource to introduce and/or review odd and even numbers in the elementary classroom. (03:07)
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Odd Numbers
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This video begins with a teacher defining odd numbers as numbers that cannot be divided by two. He then explains that odd numbers end with 1, 3, 5, 7, or 9, no matter how many digits they contain. The video concludes with a short song to help stude
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Even and Odd Numbers
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A quick and easy video lesson about even and odd numbers. Larry uses a white board to show odd numbers and even numbers and explains some examples. (02:40)
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They Might Be Giants"Even Numbers" Song
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Students will enjoy this cute, animated video about even numbers. Some of the lyrics include "Every other number is an even number. 2, 4, 6, 8who do we appreciate? 10, 12, 14, 16skip all the numbers in between". Content is appropriate for elementar
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Montessori Counting Methods : Montessori Counting Odd & Even Numbers
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This video demonstrates Montessori method for identifying numbers as even or odd. A teacher is shown putting numerals on a rug and then counters to represent the value of each number. In conclusion, the teacher shows how even numbers can be broken
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into even groups. Although the numbers and counters are difficult to see in parts of the video, this strategy would be helpful to show students to help them master the concept of odd and even numbers. Teachers could recreate the activity. (01:32)
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