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Mr Odd and Mrs Even

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  • 1. This is the story of Mr Odd and Mrs Even. Mr Odd Mrs Even
  • 2. Far, far away there is a land called Odd. This is where Mr Odd lives. Mr Odd loves things only in odd numbers. To help him remember what odd numbers are. He has made a little poem. 1 3 5 7 9 I love odd numbers all the time
  • 3. In Mr Odd’s world there lived: 1 dog, 3 turtles, 5 hammers, 7 snails and 9 Vikings.
  • 4. Next to the land of Odd there’s a land call the Even Land. Mrs Even lives here, and she likes everything to be in even numbers. To help her to remember what even numbers are she has made up a special rhyme. 0 2 4 6 8 even numbers they are great .
  • 5. In Mrs Even’s land there lived: 2 rabbits, 4 little boys, 6 bats, 8 cats and 10 flowers.
  • 6. One day there was a terrible earthquake and the two lands were mixed up. Can you help Mr Odd and Mrs Even find their things? MRS EVEN Mr Odd
  • 7. One-day the bats went out to find girlfriend’s. This meant there were 12 of them. Who are they going to live with? Mrs Even, or Mr Odd? ? ? Even Odd 12
  • 8. 10 of the Vikings friends came for a sleep over. Now there were 19 Vikings. Where would they all stay? ? ? Even Odd 19
  • 9. The Cats had 16 children. This meant they were now 24 cats. Where would they all stay? Even Odd 24
  • 10. And they all lived happily ever after

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