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Name My Homework My Homework Lesson 6 Even and Odd Numbers Practice Use buttons or pennies to show each number. Circle even or odd. 1. 8 even odd 2. 16 even odd 3. 11 even odd 4. 19 even odd Homework Helper Need help? connectED.mcgraw-hill.com An even number of objects can be counted by 2s. 4 2 4 An odd number of objects has 1 left over when counted by 2s. 5 2 4 5 eHelp c Helpful Hint Helpful Hint Make pairs. Circle them. Chapter 2 • Lesson 6 143 Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. The McGraw-Hill Companies Operations and Algebraic Thinking 2.OA.3

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015_016_C01_L01_115021.inddEven and Odd Numbers
Circle even or odd.
An even number of objects can be counted
by 2s.
An odd number of objects has 1 left over when
counted by 2s.
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Math at Home Give your child random numbers up to 20 and let them tell
you if they are even or odd. Use buttons or coins if needed.
Vocabulary Check Vocab
5.
8. Katy has 13 oranges, 12 apples, and 6 bananas.
She also has two boxes. Which fruit cannot be put
evenly into the two boxes?
Draw lines to match.
9. odd A number that can be counted by 2s.
10. even A number that can be counted by 2s
and has one left over.
Helpful HintHelpful Hint Circle pairs. If none are left over, the number is even .
144 Chapter 2 • Lesson 6
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