When we start counting odd and even numbers, the first number is odd number then comes the even number.

Color the correct number of objects. Ring the even numbers and cross the odd numbers:

Two objects form a pair. Thus, one object does not form any pair. If there are three objects, there is one pair and one object is left. If there are four objects, these form two pairs. If there are five objects, these form two pairs and one object is left. If there are six objects, these form three pairs. If there are seven objects, these form three pairs and one object is left. If there are eight objects, these form four pairs. If there are nine objects, these form four pairs and one object is left. If there are ten objects, these form five pairs and so on.

The numbers that make pairs
are called even numbers. No remainder is left, when an even number is divided
by2. **For example:** 2, 4, 6, 8, 10,
……… so on. When these numbers are divided by 2 they have no remainder left.

The numbers that have one left
over when divided by 2 are called odd numbers. **For example:** 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, ……… so on. When these numbers are
divided by 2 they have one left over.

**Note:** Ring (i.e. ⃝) to show
the even numbers in the picture chart given above. Cross (i.e. X) to show the
odd numbers.

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