Odd numbers are amounts that cannot be exactly divided by two. You can never make two equal groups out of an odd number of objects!
You can find odd numbers really easily. They always end in 1, 3, 5, 7, or 9.
Check out the number chart below. The odd numbers are shaded in different colors.
If you start with the number 1, you can say the odd numbers just by Skip-Counting by Two. Try it! You can use the number chart below to help you.
How high can you go?
Practice Question 1
It’s fun to count by odd numbers!
What numbers come next?
3, 5, 7, ___, ___, ___
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Practice Question 2
You can spot odd numbers anywhere.
What are the odd numbers in the messy group of numbers below?
Practice Question 3
What odd numbers are missing below?
Practice Question 4
Take a look at the numbers below.
Are they all odd numbers? Check your answer!
11, 23, 35, 47, 59, 61, 73, 85, 99
Practice Question 5
Count the gumballs in the gumball machine. Is there an odd number of gumballs?
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