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Venn diagrams are graphic organizers used to compare and contrast things such as objects or people. The outer circles explain how subjects are different from each other. Where the circles overlap, you can explain how subjects are similar. We went outside and used chalk for a fun and different way to make giant venn diagrams to compare classmates. Students often found they were more alike than different!