Bubble Maps are used to describe qualities using adjectives ("sparkle words") and adjective phrases.
As a writing tool, it enriches students' abilities to identify qualities and use descriptive words.
In the center circle, write the word or thing being described. Connect to the bubble by using the word “is” or “are”. EXAMPLE: A pumpkin is... round, orange, big, bumpy, small
3 Blank Bubble Maps
Topics: apple, pumpkin, leaf, bat, spider, ghost, turkey, snow, snowman, snowflake, flower, bee, bird, ladybug, dog, cat, rabbit, pig, cow, horse, duck, beach, and sun
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