I used Recollections paper for all of the cuts. The houses and layers were cut at 11 1/2". (I cut off the window and the doors so that I would have more room for the numbers) The numbers are from Opposites Attract and were cut at 4 1/2". The arrows are from Don Juan. I "unlinked" the width and height so that they were skinnier and longer. They were cut at 0.77" w by 2.40" h. The words "even" and "odd houses" are from Cherry Limeade. They were welded together and cut at 3.10" h.
Then I used my white Gelly Roll pen to trace over the letters. They were laminated, and then I put magnet tape on the back of both houses so that they will stick right onto my wipe off board in the front of the classroom.
Each number stands for a number in the "ones" place. The arrows show...If you were to put a number (let's say 2) in front of each number you would have: 21, 23, 25, 27, and 29. These will all still be "odd" numbers. Same thing if you put a 3 in front of each number 31, 33, 35, 37, 39, and so on. When a student has a question about even/odd numbers all I have to say is, "Is it in the even house or the odd house?" When I taught kindergarten my little ones grasped this concept so quickly because of the houses that we made together. Now, I am using this as a review for my 2nd graders. I have found that this REALLY helps my students remember the difference between even and odd numbers.
I hope this quick idea will be able to help your students, children, grandchildren, or friends! Happy crafting to you all!