100 Square (1-100)- Odds and Evens

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  • my class need to know odds and evens-Thanks : D

    , Sep 15th
    • Hi fraserjad,
      You're very welcome :)

      , Sep 15th
  • As a Maths lesson aid for children in year 4.

    , Sep 7th
  • Love the fct that it sorts ou even numbers from odd numbers!

    , Jul 27th
    • Hi ElgoGororo,
      So glad to hear you like it, thank you for your comment!

      , Jul 27th
  • visual learning with esl students

    , Mar 16th
  • Thanks chuckie :D

    , Nov 10th
  • fantastic Nice and clear

    , Nov 10th
100 Square (1-100)- Odds and Evens

100 Square (1-100)- Odds and Evens - A 100 number square, useful to allow children access to larger numbers. Numbers are coloured differently for odds and evens, making it easier for your children to see patterns in the numbers. Great for use in various areas of the classroom.
This resource is available in Standard and Super Eco Colour.
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