These Venn diagrams are like puzzles. Try to find the sequence that means the given restraints. Can you find a sequence that matches all of the restraints and converges or is bounded? Does such a sequence even exist? Use these Venn diagrams to explore sequences in more depth.
Have students recognize that an expression can be written in different ways that are equivalent through factoring or multiplying polynomials.
This Venn diagram focuses on having students factor and simplify rational expressions.Once students determine one solution to this diagram, have them create their own restrictions for another Venn.
Students have been exposed to triangles often throughout the previous years of mathematics. Use these Venn diagrams to have students construct these triangles--if it is possible.
These Venn diagrams have students critically thinking about factoring of polynomials, specifically with a focus on completing the square. Determine the restrictions you would like your students to focus on by which Venn diagram you choose.
Use these Venn diagrams to get students to reason and deepen their understanding of the coordinate plane. Use the Venns that do not focus on quadrant one as extensions for those accelerated students.
Fill in the missing information in the Venn diagram while practicing number sense. Students work with their knowledge of prime numbers, factors and multiples. Can extend to use of exponents.
Use these Venn diagrams to help support students in learning about fractions. They involve simplifying and comparing fractions with like or unlike denomiators.
Have students think critically about what a function is and their key features through the use of these Venn diagrams. These can be as basic as you would like or extend to Calculus ideas.
If you really like using these Venn diagrams, try creating your own. Or better yet, why not have your students get creative and come up with some venn diagrams that will have them and others thinking deeply about mathematics! This link has a blank template and is a place for you to submit your own creations.
Stretch students understanding of perimeter and area through the use of these Venn diagrams. Students try to find the missing information that will fill the requirements for the given area and perimeter problem. If students are just learning area and perimeter, these would work for extension questions for those students who catch on quickly.
Use these Venn diagrams to support student learning of ordering rational numbers with a focus on integers and decimals. Could be extended to numbers written in scientific notation.
How well do your students understand the properties of quadrilaterals and the vocabulary that is used to describe them? Use these Venn diagrams as a way for students to prove which quadrilateral is being described.
Students usually enjoy looking for patterns when it comes to sequences. Have them think differently about a sequence by using the given restrictions on these Venn diagrams.