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Leafy Venn Collages (Venn Diagrams): Quick & Easy Math Art (Worksheet)
Students use a Venn diagram to sort and classify leaves and create collages from nature!

Designed to help you connect math and art in...
Grade: 2-4, Subject: Math, Arts and Creativity, Topic: Data Analysis, Visual Arts
The Venn Garden (Venn Diagram): Instant Math Practice Page for Grades 4-6 (Worksheet)
It’s springtime, and that means gardening. What goes where? What do the plants, flowers, and trees have in common? Students use Venn diagrams...
Grade: 4-6, Subject: Math, Topic: Data Analysis
Use A Venn Diagram
Use a Venn Diagram
Grade: 3-5
Dinner Diagrams: Venn diagrams (Lesson Plan)
Distribute the Dinner Diagrams reproducible to students. Review Venn diagrams with students and make sure that they understand what a Venn diagram...
Grade: 3-5, Subject: Math, Topic: Charts and Graphs
Axis 2 and Venn Diagram (Lesson Plan)
This blank x-y axis and venn diagram should be used whenever graphing or venn diagramming is needed.
Grade: 3-5, Subject: Math, Topic: Charts and Graphs
Alike and Different: Thanksgiving Venn Diagram (Lesson Plan)
Use Venn diagrams to help children compare life at the time of the Pilgrims with life now.
, Subject: Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Topic: Holidays
Graphic Organizer: Venn Diagram (Graphic Organizer)
Venn diagrams are favorites for comparing and contrasting story elements. Try using this pattern in a math lesson. For example, show students...
Grade: 2-10, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
Graphs-Venn Diagrams: Math Practice Page (Worksheet, Homework Form)
Practice answering questions about a three-way Venn diagram and gathering data to complete a three-way Venn diagram.
Grade: 5-7, Subject: Math, Topic: Charts and Graphs, Data Analysis, Real-World Math, Statistics
Venn Diagram: Compare and Contrast Graphic Organizer (Graphic Organizer)
Using this graphic organizer, students can easily organize people, places, or things in a reading assignment.
Grade: K-3, Subject: Reading
Venn Diagram: Comparing and Contrasting Characters (Template) (Graphic Organizer)
Write one person's name over each circle and then write facts about this person in that circle. In the center, students will write what the two...
Grade: 2-4, Subject: Reading, Topic: Content Area Reading
Thanksgiving Book Break and Pilgrim Venn Diagram (Clip Art)
Students make a flap book to compare his/her life to that of the characters in two popular books, noting differences in aspects of life such...
Grade: K-2, Subject: Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Topic: Holidays
Venn Diagram (Teacher Organizer, Form)
Use this Venn diagram to illustrate the strategy of Comparing and Contrasting!
Grade: K-5, Subject: Professional Development, Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Topic: Teacher Tips and Strategies, New Teacher Resources, Back to School
Triple Venn Diagram (Teacher Organizer, Form)
Use this triple Venn diagram to illustrate the strategy of Comparing and Contrasting!
Grade: K-5, Subject: Professional Development, Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Topic: Teacher Tips and Strategies, New Teacher Resources, Back to School
Home Computer Craze (Venn Diagram): Instant Math Practice Page for Grades 4-6 (Worksheet)
To find out which students have access to computers, students study a Venn Diagram, then answer key questions!
Grade: 4-6, Subject: Math, Topic: Data Analysis
Logic Anyone? (Venn Diagram With Shapes): Tiered Math Reproducibles (Grades 2-3) (Worksheet)
This lesson begins with a one-page data sheet that students use to complete a reproducible tiered to their learning level: struggling, on level,...
Grade: 2-3, Subject: Math, Professional Development, Topic: Data Analysis, Geometry, Teacher Tips and Strategies
Compare / Contrast Venn Diagram: Story Elements (Template) (Graphic Organizer)
Duplicate copies of this worksheet and distribute to students. Use it to compare and contrast characters within a story or to compare and contrast...
Grade: Pre-K-3, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
A Musical Lesson - Writing a Comparison Paragraph (Learning Activity, Worksheet)
Here's an opportunity for your students to use a Venn diagram to help them write a comparison paragraph.
Grade: 3-6, Subject: Reading, Language Arts, Foreign Languages and ESL, Topic: Reading Comprehension, Grammar and Punctuation, Writing, ESL and ELL
Sports Chart Reading Activity (Worksheet)
Students use the reading assignment and Venn diagrams to draw comparisons between key points.
Grade: 2-4, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
Zoo Reports: Reading Passage and Activity - Comparing and contrasting (Worksheet)
Read two reports from a field trip to the zoo. Using a Venn diagram, write the names of different animals each report wrote about and the same...
Grade: Grade 2, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
Special Charts Reading Activity (Worksheet)
Comparing and contrasting means to show the similarities and differences of things. Students use Venn Diagrams to easily compare and contrast...
Grade: 2-4, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
Logical Thinking with a Diagram: Yechh! (Teacher Page and Practice Page) (Worksheet)
Students draw a Venn diagram to solve a problem.
Grade: 4-8, Subject: Math, Topic: Logic and Problem Solving, Real-World Math, Word Problems
Compare Characters: Reading Response Bookmark & Graphic Organizer (Graphic Organizer)
Students compare and contrast story characters using a Venn diagram!
Grade: 1-3, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension, Independent Reading, Reading Response
Fall - Crocodile (Pattern) (Learning Activity, Lesson Plan)
Use the pattern to help children to learn about different habitats as they design a zoo, compare crocodiles and alligators using a Venn diagram,...
Grade: Pre-K-K, Subject: Animals, Early Learning, Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Topic: Reptiles and Amphibians, Motor Skills, Seasonal Themes
Same & Different Graphic Organizer (Graphic Organizer)
In this reading comprehension activity, children will compare and contrast characters using a Venn Diagram.
Grade: 2-3, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
Comparing Characters (Leveled-Reading G/H): Guided Reading Response (Worksheet)
Students use a Venn diagram to explore how two characters are alike and different!
Grade: 1-2, Subject: Reading, Topic: Guided Reading, Reading Support, Reading Response
Sharks Reading Activity (Worksheet)
Students complete a reading activity al about sharks, then use the charts to organize their thoughts.
Grade: 2-4, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
Let's Compare! Graphic Organizer (Graphic Organizer)
Similar to a Venn Diagram, this organizer allows children to compare and contrast two versions of the same story.
Grade: 1-4, Subject: Math
Graphic Organizer: Overlapping Concepts (Graphic Organizer)
Overlapping concept circles can be used in all grade levels. It is ideal for classification and identifying common characteristics and attributes...
Grade: 2-10, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
Old Friends and New Friends (Mini-Book) and Facts About Friends (Activity) (Plan Book, Learning Activity, Lesson Plan)
Use photos of friends to illustrate a mini-book. Use a Venn diagram to let children explore ways they can be friends.
Grade: K-2, Subject: Language Arts, Reading, Arts and Creativity, Families and Relationships, Early Learning, Topic: Research Skills, Writing, Visual Arts, Friends and Friendship, Early Writing
Story Circles: Reading Response Graphic Organizer (Worksheet)
Students choose two books they have read, then record how the stories are alike or different by filling in a Venn Diagram!
Grade: K-2, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension, Independent Reading, Reading Response
Story Comparison Chart Graphic Organizer (Graphic Organizer)
A Venn Diagram is a great way to compare two books because it enables young learners to actually see the similarities and differences. The easy-to-use
Grade: K-2, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
America's First People: Reading and Comparing/Contrasting (Test Prep, Worksheet)
Teach comparing and contrasting though reading an article on Native American tribes.
Grade: 3-5, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
A Difficult Choice: Reading and Comparing/Contrasting (Test Prep, Worksheet)
Teach comparing and contrasting by reading a short story on visiting two different states.
Grade: 3-5, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
Magnificent Musicians: Reading and Comparing Activity (Learning Activity)
Teach how to compare and contrast using this interesting passage on two famous composers.
Grade: 4-6, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
Several Cinderellas: Reading and Comparing Activity (Learning Activity)
Teach how to compare and contrast using this interesting passage on three different culture's versions of Cinderella.
Grade: 4-6, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
Back to School - Book (Pattern) (Learning Activity, Lesson Plan)
Use the pattern to create an ongoing graph to track books your class reads all year, to compare and contrast stories, or as a writing activity...
Grade: K-2, Subject: Reading, Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Early Learning, Topic: Back to School, Early Writing
Writing Planners: Narrative Learning Center (Worksheet)
Everything you need to set up an Writing Planners/Narrative Writing Center! Students will use specific organizers to plan for writing.
Grade: 3-5, Subject: Reading, Language Arts, Professional Development, Topic: Reading Comprehension, Writing, Teacher Tips and Strategies
Fooled You!: Reading and Sequencing Story Events (Test Prep, Worksheet)
Teach sequencing of events through this funny story. Then have students review many comprehension skills.
Grade: 3-5, Subject: Reading, Language Arts, Topic: Reading Comprehension, Vocabulary
Teaching Strategies and Learning Activities: New Teacher Resources (K-4) (Worksheet)
This unit describes teaching strategies such as ReQuest, Matrix, and K-W-L—as well as learning activities such as ABC Book, Talk Show,...
Grade: K-4, Subject: Professional Development, Topic: Teacher Tips and Strategies
From Honking Geese to Honking Horns (city and country words): Vocabulary Homework Packet (Worksheet)
This motivating take-home packet will help students acquire 10 high-utility words in a fun-filled theme—city and country!
Grade: 3-5, Subject: Language Arts, Topic: Vocabulary
Animal Report: Instant Nonfiction Writing Frame (Worksheet)
Help all students write a successful animal report with this age-perfect nonfiction fill-in frame! Kids simply research their topic, read the...
Grade: 2-4, Subject: Reading, Language Arts, Animals, Topic: Content Area Reading, Writing
Questions About Setting: Writing Prompts (Worksheet)
Fourteen compelling prompts to inspire students to explore the literary element of setting. These prompts work with ANY book!
Grade: 3-6, Subject: Reading, Language Arts, Topic: Reading Comprehension, Writing
Teaching With Wikis and Blogs (Worksheet)
What are wikis and blogs? This is a unit on Internet use, with particular focus on wikis and blogs!
Grade: 3-12, Subject: Professional Development, Topic: Teacher Tips and Strategies, Educational Technology
We Have So Much in Common (Literary Elements): Independent Reading Homework Page (Worksheet)
Students compare and contrast themselves to a character!
Grade: 3-5, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension, Independent Reading
What Kind of Pizza Do You Like? Graph (Chart)
Each U.S. citizen consumes about 22 pounds of pizza a year. Clearly, the average American loves pizza-and kids are no exception. Tap into young...
Grade: Pre-K-2, Subject: Math, Topic: Charts and Graphs
The Wonderful Whale: Reading and Summarizing (Test Prep, Worksheet)
Teach summarizing with these informative and interesting passages about whales.
Grade: 3-5, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
A Comparing-Constrasting Map: Better Than Book Reports (Worksheet)
A Comparing-Contrasting Map invites readers to compare and contrast information from within the same book or two different books!
Grade: 2-6, Subject: Reading, Language Arts, Topic: Reading Comprehension, Writing, Reading Response
Teaching With E-mail and Search Engines (Worksheet)
What is E-mail? What are search engines? This is a basic unit on Internet use, with particular focus on E-mail and internet search engines!
Grade: 3-12, Subject: Professional Development, Topic: Teacher Tips and Strategies, Educational Technology

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