If you are preparing your own Venn diagram, use the following templates. Printable unlabeled **blank Venn diagrams **are available for you in case you are trying to make one logical set diagram. Browse our set of printable blank Venn Diagrams samples and templates that you can use to make your own, all provided in the following images. These Venn Diagrams templates are all free and printable and available in good quality!

A Venn diagram is used to show all possible logical relations between finite collections of different sets. These diagrams depict elements as points in the plane and sets as regions inside closed curves. One Venn diagram uses overlapping circles or other shapes to illustrate the logical relationships between two or more sets of items. Click on the image of the *blank Venn diagram* to save and print!

Venn diagrams are widely used in mathematics, statistics, logic, teaching, linguistics, computer science, and business. The region inside the curve represents the elements that belong to the set, while the region outside the curve represents the elements that are excluded from the set. Venn diagrams are helpful for thinking about probability since we deal with different sets. If you have some sets and you want to see and analyze the relationship between the sets, it is useful to put the sets into the blank diagram.

Provided above are five templates of Venn diagrams. From the diagrams above, you can save and print all of the sheets with the unlabeled tags! We hope the brief explanation help you in understanding and making your own Venn Diagrams!