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Blank Venn Diagrams with Lines for Writing

If you’re a parent, teacher, or student looking for worksheets, here’s a set of blank Venn Diagrams with Lines for writing. There are five Venn Diagrams to chose from. Each is slightly different, so you can choose whichever graphic organizer best suits your needs. In order to download a template, click on the image to open up the pdf version and save it to your computer.

Blank Venn Diagrams with Lines for Writing

   Venn Diagrams with Lines for Writing

 

 

Venn Diagrams with Lines for Writing

Venn Diagrams with Lines

 

 

Blank Venn Diagrams with Lines

Blank Venn Diagrams

Venn Diagram Activities for Kids

Here’s a couple of ideas for your kids to compare and contrast using these printable Venn Diagram charts.

1. Compare and contrast your least favorite food and your favorite food.
2. Compare and contrast your parents.
3. Compare and contrast your 2 favorite movies.
4. Compare and contrast your favorite animal and your least favorite animal.
5. Compare and contrast the school lunch food and restaurant food.
6. Compare and contrast the your favorite subject and your least favorite subject.
7. Compare and contrast your rock music and classical music.
8. Compare and contrast your two favorite holidays.
9. Compare and contrast Earth and Mars.
10. Compare and contrast books and movies.

More Info

John Venn – Wikipedia.org
Venn Diagram -Wikipedia.org

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Hi Everyone! Tim here. I’m proud to announce that I’m expanding my creative horizons, and beginning to explore the exciting world of mobile games. Together with programmer Mark McDougall, I’ve created my first game. It’s called Zombie Bop! It’s free to play, suitable for all-ages, and available for Android devices. Search for it on your phone or download it at Google Play!

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