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# Even or Odd - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Materials you need… Blank side of a paper Pencil Even & Odd Folder. Even or Odd . “Is the digit in the ONES place value a 0 2 4 6 or 8 ?”. Create a tree map on the blank paper with two branches labeled EVEN & ODD. Draw a number from the deck of number cards.

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Even or Odd

“Is the digit in the ONES place value a 0 2 4 6 or 8 ?”

• Create a tree map on the blank paper with two branches labeled EVEN & ODD.

• Draw a number from the deck of number cards.

• Ask yourself: Is the number EVEN or ODD? Write it under the correct branch of the tree map.

Example

Even Odd

56

34

92

73

45

21

What can I do?

• Even or Odd activity

• Read the math book in this box.

• Color in the hundreds chart using a dry erase marker.

• Choose a two digit number. Write the number in the class journal in this box. Explain why the number is even or odd.

• Even or Odd activity

• Read the math book in this box.

• Color in the hundreds chart using a dry erase marker.

• Choose a two digit number. Write the number in the class journal in this box. Explain why the number is even or odd.

Roll two dice. Make a two digit number out of the dice.

Write the standard form.

Use the number word tree map to write the word name for the number.

Example:

Dice -

Number- 53

Number words-

fifty-three

Ones TeensTens

one

two

three

four

five

six

seven

eight

nine

ten

eleven

twelve

thirteen

fourteen

fifteen

sixteen

seventeen

eighteen

nineteen

ten

twenty

thirty

forty

fifty

sixty

seventy

eighty

ninety

### Number Word Map

Rock & Roll Math

Standard Form Number Words

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Standard Form Number Words

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Example:

High Roller

First Roll Second Roll

• Roll the die. Write the number down.

• Repeat. Write the new number below the first.

• Subtract when the greater number is on top.

• Add when the smaller number is on top.

Third Roll Fourth Roll

2 Digits

High Roller

First Roll

• Roll two dice.

• Read the dice to create a two digit number & write it down.

• Repeat. Write the new number below the first.

• Subtract when the greater number is on top.

• Add when the smaller number is on top.

Second Roll

High Roller

• Roll three dice.

• Read the dice to create a three digit number & write it down.

• Repeat. Write the new number below the first.

• Subtract when the greater number is on top.

• Add when the smaller number is on top.

Roller

Roll the die twice.

Subtract when the greater number is on top.

Add when the smaller number is on top.

High

Roller

Roll the die twice.

Subtract when the greater number is on top.

Add when the smaller number is on top.

Roller

High

Roller

Roll the dice to create two digit numbers.

Subtract when the greater number is on top.

Add when the smaller number is on top.

Roll the dice to create two digit numbers.

Subtract when the greater number is on top.

Add when the smaller number is on top.

Roller

High

Roller

Roll the dice to create three digit numbers.

Subtract when the greater number is on top.

Add when the smaller number is on top.

Roll the dice to create three digit numbers.

Subtract when the greater number is on top.

Add when the smaller number is on top.

Directions:

Each student has their own "Number Club Book." During Free time students may practice their counting and number writing skills by working in their book. Students start at 1 and continue counting on from there. Every time a student finishes a milestone the Number Club Book is turned in and checked by the teacher. If it is completed correctly, without any reversals, students can be rewarded. Students love this free time activity. Once the pattern of number writing has been discovered, it becomes a challenge to see how high they can go!