# Worksheet on Odd and Even Numbers

Worksheet on odd and even numbers will help us to identify the odd numerals and even numerals from 1 to 100

For example:

56 is an even number.

47 is an odd number.

1. Cross (X) the odd numbers. Ring (⃝) the even numbers:

Note: Cross (i.e. X) to show the odd numerals in the chart given below and ring (i.e. ⃝) to show the even numerals.

2. Write the even numbers between 61 and 73.

3. Write the odd numbers between 76 and 88.

Answers for the worksheet on odd and even numbers are given below.

1.

2. The even numbers between 61 and 73 are 63, 65, 67, 69 and 71.

3. The odd numbers between 76 and 88 are 78, 80, 82, 84 and 86.

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