Venn Diagram Flower Sorting Activity


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Venn Diagram Flower Sorting Activity - venn diagram, venn diagram sorting activity, flower sorting activity, charts, graphs, ks2 maths, ks2 numeracy
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  • Brilliant! We loved doing this today. Would love it even more if the two five petal flowers on the outside of the diagram were removed and replaced with flowers that are not supposed to be in the designated areas. Thank you!

    , May 7th
    • Hi Cinnamon72, thank you for your review, I have passed this on to our design team to see what they can do for you. I hope this helps. :)

      , May 7th
    • Hi Cinnamon72! An updated version has now been sent to you! Let us know if you have any more brilliant suggestions :)

      , Jul 31st
This colourful sorting activity is great for introducing your children to venn diagrams. Carefully cut out the flowers, then sort them into the correct area of the venn diagram depending on colour and the number of petals.
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