Star Diagrams

A collection of star diagrams are available in the following 101 Diagramss. Learn more about the star modeled diagrams using these hands-on diagrams that we have collected for you in best quality! Follow these templates to study more about how to make star diagrams! The first one posted below is the standard five pointed star diagram.

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A star diagram is used for organizing the characteristics of a single topic. A central space is used for displaying the topic, with each “point” of the star listing some fact, attribute, or trait about the topic. As an example, a central character in a story can be the topic, and each point around the topic can describe some part of that character’s life or relationships. These 101 Diagramss are useful for basic brainstorming about a topic or simply listing all the major traits related to a theme. Take a look at the following examples of star diagrams in the images below.

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It’s pretty easy to make a star diagram. Form the central part of the star chart. You must choose the shape according to the number of special characteristics you are about to list. If you only have five features for example, make a pentagon. If the you have more characteristics than five, form a circle using a compass. Make isosceles triangles, with their bases being the sides of the graph’s center. All triangles must be of the same size to give the impression of a star. Write the main topic on the central shape. Continue listing individual characteristics along each side of the star.

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All these pictures presented are printable star diagram resources. Learn more about the other educational diagrams by browsing through our categories or looking it up on the search column!

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