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Many types of graphic organizers are useful for doing math, including Venn Diagrams (two or three overlapping circles used to compare and contrast sets, and to find lcm and gcf), circle graphs (also called pie charts), trees (to find factors and assess probabilities), charts, and tables.
Printouts:
Venn Diagrams (The English mathematician John Venn invented the Venn diagram in 1880.):
2Set Venn Diagram Printout
A Venn diagram with two sets.
2Set Venn Diagram Printout
A Venn diagram with two ovalshaped sets.
3Set Venn Diagram Printout
A Venn diagram with three sets.
Venn Diagram
Label the subsets of a Venn diagram.
Answers
Primes, Even Numbers and Multiples of 3: Venn Diagram Printout
Where do the numbers 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 belong on this Venn diagram? For the answers, click here.
LCM, GCD
Factor two numbers into primes, then use a Venn diagram to compute their Least Common Multiple (LCM) and Greatest Common Divisor (GCD). Or go to an example of how to use this diagram.
Venn Diagram Printout #1
On this printout, the student classifies geometric figures by shape, size, and shading by placing them in Venn diagrams. Or go to the answers.
Venn Diagram Printout #2
On this printout, the student classifies geometric figures by shape, size, and shading by placing them in Venn diagrams. Or go to the answers.
Balloons Venn Diagram Printout #1
On this printout, the student classifies balloons by placing them in Venn diagrams. Or go to the answers.
Balloons Venn Diagram Printout #2
On this printout, the student classifies balloons by placing them in Venn diagrams. Or go to the answers.
Groundhog Venn Diagram Printout #1
On this printout, the student classifies groundhogs by their shadow direction, the direction they're facing, and whether or not they're in a burrow, by placing them in Venn diagrams. Or go to the answers.
Groundhog Venn Diagram Printout #2
On this printout, the student classifies groundhogs by their shadow direction, the direction they're facing, and whether or not they're in a burrow, by placing them in Venn diagrams. Or go to the answers.
Robot Venn Diagram Printout #1
On this printout, the student classifies robots by placing them in Venn diagrams. Or go to the answers.
Robot Venn Diagram Printout #2
On this printout, the student classifies robots by placing them in Venn diagrams. Or go to the answers.
Star Diagrams  Ways to Make a Number:
Two Ways to Make Two
Find 2 ways to make 2 using arithmetic (like 1+1 or 42).
Three Ways to Make Three
Find 3 ways to make 3 using arithmetic (like 1+2 or 1+1+1).
Four Ways to Make Four
Find 4 ways to make 4 using arithmetic (like 1+3 or 1+1+1+1).
Five Ways to Make Five
Find 5 ways to make 5 using arithmetic (like 2+3 or 1+1+1+2 or 72).
Six Ways to Make Six
Find 6 ways to make 6 using arithmetic (like 3+3 or 71).
Seven Ways to Make Seven
Find 7 ways to make 7 using arithmetic (like 3+4 or 81).
Eight Ways to Make Eight
Find 8 ways to make 8 using arithmetic (like 4+4 or 91).
Nine Ways to Make Nine
Find 9 ways to make 9 using arithmetic (like 5+4 or 101).
Ten Ways to Make Ten
Find 10 ways to make 10 using arithmetic (like 6+4 or 111).
Charts:
Addition Chart
Write many equations in which a+b=c, like 3+1=4.
Subtraction Chart
Write many equations in which ab=c, like 31=2.
Multiplication Chart
Write many equations in which axb=c, like 3x2=6.
Division Chart
Write many equations in which a÷b=c, like 6÷2=3.
Printouts of Pie Charts (Circle Graphs):
Pie Chart Printout
3 Divisions
A pie chart with 3 divisions. Each division represents 33.3% of the circle graph.
Pie Chart Printout
4 Divisions
A pie chart with 4 divisions. Each division represents 25% of the circle graph.
Pie Chart Printout
5 Divisions
A pie chart with 5 divisions. Each division represents 20% of the circle graph.
Pie Chart Printout
6 Divisions
A pie chart with 6 divisions. Each division represents 16.7% of the circle graph.
Pie Chart Printout
8 Divisions
A pie chart with 8 divisions. Each division represents 12.5% of the circle graph.
Pie Chart Printout
10 Divisions
A pie chart with 10 divisions. Each division represents 10% of the circle graph.
Pie Chart Printout
12 Divisions
A pie chart with 12 divisions. Each division represents 8.3% of the circle graph.
Pie Chart Printout
16 Divisions
A pie chart with 16 divisions. Each division represents 6.25% of the circle graph.
Pie Chart Printout
20 Divisions
A pie chart with 20 divisions. Each division represents 5% of the circle graph.
Pie Chart Printout
24 Divisions
A pie chart with 24 divisions. Each division represents 4.17% of the circle graph.
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