How to Make a Venn Diagram Online
A Venn diagram is a type of graphic organizer used to compare two or more items. Simple Venn diagrams consist of two overlapping circles, but more complex designs are used to compare many items to each other. Creating a Venn diagram with an online program makes your diagram easy to read and easy to share, since it can be emailed. Several websites offer tools for making Venn diagrams, and each offers different levels of customization.
Instructions

Teachnology

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Go to the Teachnology website. Teachnology's Venn diagram creator is simple to use and creates basic twosubject Venn diagrams.

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Enter the heading information for your diagram, including your name (optional), the subject and the diagram title.


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Enter the label for your first item in the box called "Label for Topic #1."

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Enter your label for second item in the box called "Label for Topic #2."

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Type the similarities between your two items in the "Similarities between Topics" box.

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Click the "Create Venn Diagram Worksheet" button.
Interactives

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Go to the Interactives website. The Interactives Venn diagram tool supports Venn diagrams with as many as three circles, and you can add and delete items directly from the Venn diagram.

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Fill in your name and the labels for your circles.

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Click "Begin with the Venn Diagram."

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Click the "Add Item" button to bring up the add item window.

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Type what you want to place inside the Venn diagram, and click "OK." Move the text box that appears by clicking and dragging.
Grapholite

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Go to the Grapholite website. Grapholite's designer offers the greatest customization of your diagrams and has tools for other types of charts and graphs.

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Click "Start Designer Now," located at the bottom of the Grapholite page.

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Click "Venn Diagram," underneath the "Samples and Templates" menu. You'll start with a threecircle Venn diagram, but you can move, add or delete circles.

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Click the "Insert" menu, and select "Text' to add text to your diagram. Move the text box around by clicking and dragging it.

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