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Venn Diagrams


19 pages.

These gingerbread worksheets are perfect for practice, review, games, and whole-group assessing. Plug them into your Daily 5, sub folder, homework folder, or something for "early finishers" to do.

33 pages.

I think your students will really enjoy all of these lessons related to Pilgrim children.  The packet is filled with a nice variety of interesting writing activities to help your students learn more about this time period, as well as a dozen colonial games and 2 measurement activities to do outdoors.

2 pages.

Comparing the 1st Thanksgiving with today's current celebration, via a Venn diagram, is a quick and easy way to assess what your students know, as well as help them understand the concept of comparison and contrast. 

12 pages.

This packet is filled with all sorts of interesting writing activities with a spider theme.

17 pages.

All sorts of writing activities with a Christopher Columbus theme:  Two class books, a trace-cut & glue booklet, venn diagram, KWL, several adjective activities + fast facts about Columbus to test reading comprehension and supply information for students to complete some of the wriitng activities.

3 pages.

Help students easily grasp comparison and contrast by making a Venn Diagram for an apple and a pumpkin.  Includes a completed version as well as one for students to fill in.

12 pages. A quick, easy and fun way to study community helpers is via comparison and contrast. Venn diagrams are great for showing this concept. Includes 11 Venn diagrams comparing 22 community helpers + a blank template.

5 pages. Making a Venn diagram is an easy and fun way for students to practice the concept of comparison and contrast. Students partner up and discuss their similarities and differences and then make their Venn Friend Diagram.

2 pages. Common Core State Standard: RL.K.9 2 Venn Diagrams comparing Seuss's Horton Hears a Who with Carle's Polar Bear What do You Hear? One compares the stories, the other the main characters.

10 pages. Making a Venn diagram is a quick, easy and fun way for students to compare coins. I've made one for each type of combination for a penny, nickel, dime, quarter, half dollar and dollar.

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