Determine whether a group of objects (up to 20) has an odd or even number of members, e.g., by pairing objects or counting them by 2s; write an equation to express an even number as a sum of two equal addends.

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Odd or Even

2nd Grade Math » Unit: Each Number Has a Place
2nd Grade Math » Unit: Each Number Has a Place
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What Is An Array

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Evens and Odds

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Does Every Number Have A Partner?

2nd Grade Math » Unit: Is it Even Or Odd?
2nd Grade Math » Unit: Is it Even Or Odd?
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Two Digit Numbers: Even or Odd?

2nd Grade Math » Unit: Is it Even Or Odd?
2nd Grade Math » Unit: Is it Even Or Odd?
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Explaining odd and even

2nd Grade Math » Unit: Is it Even Or Odd?
2nd Grade Math » Unit: Is it Even Or Odd?
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Is the Sum Even or Odd?

2nd Grade Math » Unit: Is it Even Or Odd?
2nd Grade Math » Unit: Is it Even Or Odd?
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Odd and Even Groups

2nd Grade Math » Unit: Working With Numbers!
2nd Grade Math » Unit: Working With Numbers!
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Division Strategies

2nd Grade Math » Unit: Strategies That Work
2nd Grade Math » Unit: Strategies That Work
York, ME
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Common Core Math