Math, Odd Numbers Even Numbers Worksheet – Fall

We can examine odd and even natural numbers by considering some objects. Let’s take the socks we use daily in this regard and learn the odd and even natural numbers

  •  One sock: 1 (Odd)
  •  Two socks: 2 (Even)
  •  Three socks: 3 (Odd)
  •  Four socks: 4 (Even)
  •  Five socks: 5 (Odd)

What do we notice when we examine the socks above? Some natural numbers are written as odd and some natural numbers are written as even. Then we can write odd and even natural numbers as follows.

Odd Numbers: 1, 3, 5, 7, 9,

Even Numbers: 0, 2, 4, 6, 8

Based on these numbers we counted, we can understand the odd and even numbers on socks. For example, when we count the socks as even, we see that some of them are left with only one. So some socks are left alone. Socks that are left out when we match are known as odd. Matching socks are known as even.

Even or Odd