Click on the regions to fill them with paint. There is an undo button if you make a mistake. Alternatively you could change the paint colour to white to eliminate unwanted regions.
Click the 'Check' button to see how well you are doing at any point as you are working through the diagrams. You can earn a Transum Trophy for getting at least 12 diagrams correct.
You can use any colour (except white) to paint the regions of the Venn diagrams so make it a colourful work of art!
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There are printable worksheets to go with this activity available to Transum subscribers.
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Finally here is an interesting use of a Venn diagram as the colour key of a map.
It shows the countries that qualified for the 2010, 2014 and 2018 FIFA World Cups.
Map created by SoldadoTrifaldon and featured on Brilliant Maps.