In these lessons, we will show Grade 3 and Grade 4 kids how to use Venn Diagrams. We have included examples, videos and games.

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Venn Diagram Games

There are three types of Venn diagrams:

- Two separate circles (when the items being sorted do not share common attributes).
- Overlapping circles (when the items being sorted share common attributes).
- Circle contained within a circle (if the inner circle is a subset of the outer).

**Example:**

Kim sorted the number of stickers the students in her class collected: 7, 10, 37,
42, 78, 91, 107, 301, 532, 1233 in the following Venn Diagrams.

Exercise:

Jennifer listed the numbers for her raffle tickets in the Spring Fair:

723, 694, 496,501, 360, 999, 222

Sort these numbers using all three types of Venn Diagrams.

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Data representation using Venn Diagrams.

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A quick tutorial to explain how Venn Diagrams works and how to use them to sort different
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A song about Venn diagrams

Thank you Mr. Venn Song

- Venn Diagram Shape Sorter
- Activity to sort shapes using Venn Diagrams
- Venn Diagram - Sian Mansfield
- Sort animals and things with four legs in a Venn Diagram
- Venn diagrams and sets rally game for 4th grade
- Math Rally game – Classroom rally game for one or more students. Select your team with color and play math classroom rally game. Random questions based on a Venn Diagram will pop up during rally race and if you answer it correctly then you will get boost and your opponent gets some hurdles like stone or mud on the way so they slow down. Beat your opponent and have fun with math rally game.
- Venn Diagrams
- Sort the numbers using Venn Diagrams

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