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By John Dabellteacher, writer and Ofsted-trained inspector

Squeeze every last bit of learning out of the concept of odd and even numbers with these mathematics investigations for KS2 children

Plastic numbers


  1. Odd and even phrases
  2. Odd number investigation
  3. Investigating zero
  4. More odds and evens puzzles
  5. Extra challenges

Odd and even phrases

Some children are at odds with numbers. They just don’t seem to get on. That’s hardly surprising, though, because all numbers can be fairly odd things at times!

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  1. Nick Flint
    on 13 January 2013

    Great resource (tiny mistake)

    This is excellent - thanks! Will be using it in class next week.

    However, my smartypants, 8yr old daughter noticed that there is a mistake on your investigation table: odd + odd = even (not odd)

    Hello Nick,
    Thank you for bring this to our attention, we have now corrected the error.
    Best wishes,
    Hannah, Scholastic Resource Bank

    5out of 5