# Even and Odd Numbers Worksheets

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Access our free printable worksheets to easily distinguish between odd and even numbers. Students are required to solve the given exercises in these pdf worksheets by verifying whether the given number is a multiple of 2 or not. If the number is divisible by 2, children identify it as an even number; otherwise, it is deemed an odd number. Get ample practice by grouping objects in pairs, coloring and completing mazes, and more using these PDF worksheets with answer keys.

We recommend these resources for young learners in grade 1, grade 2, and grade 3.

CCSS: 2.OA

Odd Numbers or Even Numbers | Worksheet #1

With 3 sections jam-packed with exercises in identifying, circling, and writing whether the given numbers are odd or even, this printable worksheet inspires your child’s numerical curiosity like never before.

Odd Numbers or Even Numbers | Worksheet #2

Compiled in this worksheet are exclusive exercises involving numbers up to 99. Kids can learn that a number is an odd number if the last digit is ending with 1, 3, 5, 7 or 9. Suggested for 1st grade and 2nd grade.

Grouping in Pairs | Worksheet #1

Crackling with vivid pictures, each exercise in this printable worksheet directs kids to circle the objects in pairs. Here’s the watchword– if all objects are circled, it’s an even number; if a single object remains, then it is an odd number.

Grouping in Pairs | Worksheet #2

This free pdf worksheet is the best way to display that all multiples of two are even numbers, so only the even numbers will have perfect pairs! Best suited for grade 1 and grade 2, this resource reinforces this fundamental concept.

Kids will understand the concept in the most effective way by coloring all the odd numbers to complete the path for Buzzy, the friendly bee, to reach his favorite flowers!

This printable worksheet helps grow students’ arithmetic skills involving even numbers. Let them color the numbers that have a place in the 2 times’ table and complete the maze easily. Best suited for 2nd grade and 3rd grade kids.