Venn diagrams offer a way to look at relationships between logical sets or mathematical sets. The circles are the sets, the elements are listed in their respective circles, and if there is an overlap, that region signifies the intersection of the sets. Venns can also be nested, when sets are subsets of each other.
A variety of Venns have been provided. There are basic, two circle that are configured to be folded and used in The Mathematicians’ Notebook or Journey’s Notebook. There are also three circle Venns and sorting ovals for nested Venns. A Venn mat on legal paper for work with manipulatives is also provided.
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