A set of Venn diagram worksheets and a PowerPoint designed to put the 'students into a pit' and to work their own way out while making rapid progress within the lesson.


  • 5-Venn-Diagrams.ppt
  • Venn-Diagrams-Sheet-B.pdf
  • Venn-Diagrams-Sheet-A.pdf
  • Venn-Diagrams-Sheet-C.pdf

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62 Reviews

  • 4
    user avatarelaine419 days agoreport

    Good worksheet to introduce set notation and venn diagrams.

  • 4
    user avatarjeanclif19 days agoreport

    Easy to use. Thank you very much

  • 3
    user avatarchiefsneaka month agoreport

    Thanks for this - good worksheets but why have you put levels on them?

    • user avatarfintansgirlReply from Authora month ago

      This worksheet was made before "life without levels"

  • 5
    user avatarbadger55153 months agoreport

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    user avatarabbycarroll4 months agoreport

    Really good resource... but i think there are mistakes on the final pages of the worksheets.
    on the green and amber sheets the intersection between each pair should just have the number and not -x aswell, as the question says for example: "25 people visited Barbados and Antigua only" on the easiest sheet.
    The other two sheets then need the word only added in order to make it possible for this to work.

    Do let me know if i am wrong but pretty sure it cant work if its 25-x etc...