In odd man out we need to classify objects based on known concepts. Kids need to visual discriminate the objects and circle the odd one from each set.
To understand the odd one you need to compare the objects to each other. In kindergarten math these are the basic activities that kids need to practice to have basic ideas on odd man out.
Parents and teachers can also encourage and guide the kids to circle the odd one out in each set. Kids will have fun in practicing this worksheet. It should create a joyful learning environment.
Math Only Math is based on the premise that children do not make a distinction between play and work and learn best when learning becomes play and play becomes learning.
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