A Venn diagram is a graphic organizer used to show comparisons. Where ovals intersect in a Venn diagram is where you write commonalities. So, it makes sense that this intersection is the mixture of the colors of the ovals. If you give the ovals semi-transparent fill colors, Google Drawings will show a mixture of the colors where the shapes overlap. This works in Google Slides as well. To complete the diagram, add a text box for each trait you want to add. Drag text boxes to where you want to place them on the Venn diagram. And, you’re not limited to text; you could place images on the diagram.
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  • learninginhandA Venn diagram is a graphic organizer used to show comparisons. Where ovals intersect in a Venn diagram is where you write commonalities. So, it makes sense that this intersection is the mixture of the colors of the ovals. If you give the ovals semi-transparent fill colors, Google Drawings will show a mixture of the colors where the shapes overlap. This works in Google Slides as well. To complete the diagram, add a text box for each trait you want to add. Drag text boxes to where you want to place them on the Venn diagram. And, you’re not limited to text; you could place images on the diagram.

  • learninginhandYou can make sure that your ovals are the same size by duplicating the first oval.
  • learninginhandWant a simple black-outlined Venn diagram? Just give each oval a completely transparent fill and a solid black outline.
  • learninginhandGoogle Drawings is available on desktop only–there’s not a mobile app. The Google Slides iOS and Android apps do not currently have the option to change a shape’s opacity. You can still create a Venn diagram on the desktop and it will look fine in mobile apps.
  • learninginhandTrivia Time! Venn diagrams were introduced in 1880 by John Venn. #iteach #iteachtoo #googleEdu #gsuided #gsuiteEdu #edtech #googledrawings #googleslides
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