The concept of even and odd numbers is a bit confusing for kids. Teaching odd and even numbers to early learners can be challenging. But not anymore.

**Numbers **that can be easily divided into two equal parts are called **even numbers**. Numbers that cannot be divided into two equal parts are called **odd numbers**. For example, if 10 candies are divided into two equal parts of 5 each, 10 is an even number.

All even numbers are completely divisible by 2, leaving zero as the remainder, while odd numbers are not completely divisible by 2, leaving 1 as remainder.

The smallest even number is 2, while the smallest odd number is 1.

Examples of **even numbers** are 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, etc.

Examples of **odd numbers** are 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, etc.

Teaching even and odd numbers with kid friendly, clear and easy to understand posters** from Uncle Math School by Fun2Do Labs **:

Ignite kids’ curiosity with engaging stories for role play and skits, making the learning of this concept an exciting and effective experience. Teaching even and odd numbers through **stories from Uncle Math School by Fun2Do Labs :**

Learning even and odd numbers can be made enjoyable by incorporating interactive games and activities.

**Odd one out :**

This game will help in practising the concept well. This game can be played in a group of kids.

- A teacher or a parent can be an odd one out.
- All kids can be given a die and have them stand at their positions.
- Kids are instructed to roll their dice and check if their number is even or odd.
- The odd one out (a teacher or a parent) makes the call, Even or Odd.
- If the odd one out calls their number, then the kid must sit down.
- The kid standing till the end is the winner.

Help your kids to practise even and odd numbers by interesting and fun** worksheets and solutions from Uncle Math School by Fun2Do Labs.**