# Lesson Plan of Even & Odd Numbers

## Students` Learning Outcomes

• Write even or odd numbers within a given sequence.

### Information for Teachers

• The numbers whose last digit or the digit at ones place is 0, 2, 4, 6, or 8 is an even number. • The numbers whose last digit or the digit at ones place is 1, 3, 5, 7, or 9 is an odd number. • While teaching the lesson, also consult textbook steps where and when applicable.

### Material / Resources

Writing board, chalk/marker, duster, flashcards of numbers 0 to 99, chart of even and odd numbers in sequence, textbook

### Introduction

• Display the chart of even and odd numbers in front of the students.
• Tell the students that even and odd numbers are written in sequence on the chart.
• Demonstrate the students to find the missing even or odd numbers in the given sequence by giving examples on the board. ### Development

Activity 1

• Write even numbers in sequence on the board for example:
• Even numbers between 19 and 29 in sequence. • Even numbers between 41 and 51 in sequence. • Ask the students to write the even numbers between the following. Activity 2

• Demonstrate the writing of odd numbers in a sequence in front of the students for example.
• Odd numbers between 20 and 30 in sequence. • Odd numbers between 60 and 70 in sequence. • Ask the students to write the odd numbers between: Activity 3

• Demonstrate the writing of even and odd numbers in forward and backward sequence to the students.
• Select a student and give him flashcards from 11 to 20.
• Ask him to choose five even number flashcards after 10. • Encourage the students and ask the other students to clap for him.
• Select another student and ask him to pick five odd numbers using flashcards in sequence. • Tell the students now we will count in backward.
• Select a student and ask him to pick five even numbers using number flashcards to show five even numbers before 30 in sequence. • Select another student and ask him to pick five numbers using number flashcards to show the five odd numbers before 30 in sequence. • Ask the students to write ten even & odd numbers before 45, and 80 on their notebooks.

### Sum up / Conclusion

• The numbers whose last digit or the digit at ones place is 0, 2, 4, 6 or 8 is an even number.
• The numbers whose last digit or the digit at ones place is 1, 3, 5, 7, or 9 is an odd number.