Venn Diagrams & Probability - 7 worksheetsQuick View

Venn Diagrams & Probability - 7 worksheets

These 7 worksheets are aimed at the new GCSE requirement for students to use and understand Venn diagrams. They approach the topic from different angles using word problems and set notation. The sheets are mainly at foundation level and only include two sets. Students can shade which areas on the diagram represent particular sets or subsets and then progress to sorting data based on two conditions e.g. Do you drink tea, do you drink coffee ? The later sheets also involve probability questions including conditional probabilties e.g. What is the probability that a swimmer also cycles regularly ? There is also a page for sorting numbers as multiples, factors, primes etc. The answers are included. GCSE 9-1 references P6, P9, N4, N2 For more resources like this please visit the SKILLSHEETS Shop
Venn Diagrams Set Notation - ONESIEQuick View

Venn Diagrams Set Notation - ONESIE

Colourful differentiated A4 page worksheet (with answers), challenge Q , exam question, keywords and 'rate yourself'. Answers provided. Easy for cover work and printing. Answers provided for rapid self assessment (when projected on the whiteboard). Two A4 pages in total. Updated resource 17/11/2018
Venn Diagrams (Mystery)Quick View

Venn Diagrams (Mystery)

Promote independent thinking and problem solving strategies with this resource on Venn diagrams. Pupils must use their mathematical knowledge along with the clues provided to solve the 'mystery'. This will require them to draw a Venn diagram and then interpret it - an area which has been added to both tiers of the GCSE for 2017. Full instructions, ideas for support and extension, and a solution are provided in the resource - what more could you need? Get this resource as part of our great value Mysteries Bundle Try a resource like this for free!
Venn Diagram (WHOLE LESSON)Quick View

Venn Diagram (WHOLE LESSON)

A power point to help pupils to get to grips with drawing, interpreting and using Venn diagrams to calculate probabilities. This lesson also contains a worksheet with a range of different questions that could be asked in an exam but also an extension task to show pupils the types of exam questions that can be asked. The answers for the worksheet is on the PPT and the mark scheme for the extension is also attached.
Probability! (Intro, Sample space, Venn diagrams, Tree diagrams, Relative frequency)Quick View

Probability! (Intro, Sample space, Venn diagrams, Tree diagrams, Relative frequency)

Full probability topic, all ready to go! I have used these lessons with year 7-10. Using the full lessons as introductions to the topic for year 7s and then putting activities from different lessons together for recaps for other years. Each lesson includes: 5 a day starter, lesson objectives with progress tick slide, differentiated, colour coded questions WITH answers. Lesson 1: Introduction into probability! Intro to probability scale and using words such as impossible, likely, etc and intro into how we use fractions to measure probability with whiteboard progress checks included. Lesson 2: Mutually exclusive and sample space diagrams! Intro into when events are mutually exclusive and that probability adds to 1, includes RAG AfL activity to check progress. Intro into sample space diagrams with worksheets AND answers, and fun horse race activity to end. Lesson 3: Relative Frequency! Intro into predicting outcomes, with theoretical and estimated probabilities. Includes a coin toss experiment to show difference in the two probabilities. Lesson 4: Venn diagrams! Intro into how venn diagrams can be used to find probability, with all worksheets and answers included. Lesson 5: Tree diagrams! Intro into probability tree diagrams with and without replacement, all worksheets and answers included! Probability Learning Objective sheet! Activity which can be used in lesson as a consolidation task or as a homework. Has a question on each part of probability students have learnt, with self assessment RAGG tick section. A series of five lessons, ready to use but can be edited for your needs! Hope this is useful for you. If you like my lessons, or think there is more I could do to improve them, please rate or comment! Thanks =]
Venn Diagrams - 3 SetsQuick View

Venn Diagrams - 3 Sets

This resource comprises 6 worksheets with answers to give students confidence in dealing with set notation for 3 intersecting sets. Use set notation and words to describe complements, intersections and unions. GCSE 9-1 reference P6 For more resources like this please visit the SKILLSHEETS Shop
Venn Diagrams RAG differentiated taskQuick View

Venn Diagrams RAG differentiated task

Resource: Differentiated Task on Venn Diagrams. Red ( foundation Stage) ; Drawing Venn Diagrams Amber (Developing Stage); Venn Diagram - Notation Green (Secure Stage); Probability using a Venn Diagram Pupils choose which colour they feel confident attempting. If they are really confident they should choose green, the secure option, if they are struggling they should choose the red or amber option (foundation – basic assessment of skill, amber is a little bit harder). Pupils show the questions, working out and answers that they have attempted in their class book. Pupils self assess or peer assess at the end of each activity to show themselves how much progress they have made. Answers provided for each stage. Printing tip; Print - fit to page or fill entire page so they only print on A4. Choose this option on your printer. I have changed the background to white to make it cheaper. Terms of use; Please use only by the customer paying for the resource.
Venn DiagramsQuick View

Venn Diagrams

A comprehensive resource pack that explains more complex Venn diagrams in detail. The PowerPoint is extremely clear, taking the pupils through the concept of the intersection of two and three sets. There is a fact sheet for pupils as well as a worksheet to consolidate the concept. Answers are supplied.
GCSE Sets and Venn Diagrams - Notes and Worked ExamplesQuick View

GCSE Sets and Venn Diagrams - Notes and Worked Examples

This is a powerpoint covering all aspects of sets and venn diagrams required for GCSE. It contains brief notes by way of an explanation, model answers to questions and a question or two for the students to do; all of the questions come with answers that you can display when ready. The slide show comes with a progress grid (regularly referred to in the presentation) so that students can mark their progress from start to finish and pinpoint any areas that may need extra work with a “red/amber/green” system that they fill in; each one is given an approximate grade in both new (2017 onwards) and old system in England. It’s what I use in my lessons before setting tasks from worksheets or text books to practise.
Venn diagram SortQuick View

Venn diagram Sort

Venn diagram Sort: 11 differently shaded Venn diagrams that need to be matched up with their corresponding Set notation. Can be printed and handed directly to the pupil and then cut up and matched!
Problem solving with Venn diagramsQuick View

Problem solving with Venn diagrams

Power Point presentation, 10 slides, Explaining with examples how to solve problems using Venn diagrams up to three sets. For a preview of the power point copy the following link on your browser:
Venn diagram worksheetQuick View

Venn diagram worksheet

Differentiated worksheet on venn diagrams. Covers calculating probabilities from ready made venn diagrams, drawing venn diagrams from sets and notation. Really good resource to use.
Constructing and interpreting Venn diagrams - 2 complete lessonsQuick View

Constructing and interpreting Venn diagrams - 2 complete lessons

Suitable for Key Stage 3 or Key Stage 4 Maths classes. Lesson 1 has a powerpoint with examples that start with simple Venn diagrams such as multiples of two different numbers, and common multiples in the intersection. It moves on to more challenging Venn diagrams and working out probabilities from them. The worksheet follows on from this and finishes with questions where the intersection or other area is to be worked out given certain information. Answers are included in a separate file. Lesson 2 works through more complicated examples of constructing and interpreting Venn diagrams. The worksheet follows on from this and has a large number of questions of increasing difficulty and level of problem solving required, finishing with an algebraic question. Answers are also included in a separate file. Both worksheets are in both PDF and Microsoft Publisher formats to enable editing if desired.