KS1 Maths Quiz
Even numbers can be shared equally by two people, without having to cut them in half!

# Year 1 Numbers - Odd or Even

This quiz addresses the requirements of the National Curriculum KS1 Maths and Numeracy for children aged 5 and 6 in year 1. Specifically this quiz is aimed at the section dealing with recognising odd or even numbers.

Recognising odd or even numbers is an important early number skill. It is one of the first properties of number children will be taught to recognise. Knowing odd and even will help children in other areas of their maths development, including dividing numbers and completing sequences.

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1. Question 1

Odd numbers end with the digits:
The last digit of an odd number is always one of these
2. Question 2

Even numbers always end with:
The last digit of an even number is always one of these
3. Question 3

Which of the following numbers is odd?
The last digit is a 7, which makes the number odd
4. Question 4

Which of the following sets of numbers are all odd?
All of these numbers end with an odd digit
5. Question 5

Which of these numbers is even?
The last digit is an 8, which makes this number even
6. Question 6

Which of the following sets of numbers are all even?
The last digit in each of these numbers is even, making the number even
7. Question 7

Which statement is true?
Even numbers can be divided by two to give a whole number as the answer
8. Question 8

Which statement is true?
Odd numbers always end with one of these digits, no matter how big they are
9. Question 9

Which set has an odd number in it?
3 is an odd number
10. Question 10

Which set has an even number in it?
14 is an even number

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