Printable examples and templates of **Venn Diagrams** are available on this page that you can use to make your own. This diagram shows the logical relations between collections of different sets. Use these diagram templates to make your own Venn diagrams with your sets. These templates are all free and printable and available in good quality! Check out the diagrams in the following images below. Click on the image of the diagram to save and print!

A *Venn diagram* uses overlapping circles or other shapes to illustrate the logical relationships between two or more sets of items. The first diagram above already has sets. These diagrams depict elements as points in the plane and sets as regions inside closed curves. Venn diagrams are helpful for thinking about probability and when you want to see and analyze the relationship between the sets, it is useful to put the sets into the blank diagram.

Venn diagrams are helpful for thinking about probability since we deal with different sets. If you have sets and you want to see and analyze the relationship between the sets, it is useful to put the sets into the blank diagram. Venn diagrams are widely used in mathematics, statistics, logic, teaching, linguistics, computer science, and business.

Click on the image of the blank Venn diagram to save and print! Provided above are five examples of Venn diagrams. We hope these diagrams and the brief explanation help you in understanding and making the Venn Diagrams!