Compare and Contrast with Double Bubble Thinking Maps!

Compare and Contrast with Double Bubble Thinking Maps!
Compare and Contrast with Double Bubble Thinking Maps!
Compare and Contrast with Double Bubble Thinking Maps!
Compare and Contrast with Double Bubble Thinking Maps!
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Are you looking for a fun and creative way to teach compare and contrast? Well, this is the pack for you! This packet includes items that most children should be very familiar with. They will compare and contrast grilled cheese sandwiches, peanut better and jelly sandwiches, cats, dogs, policemen, firemen, and so much more! You can also use Skittles, M&M's, crackers, and cookies for a hands on compare and contrast activity. Need an activity for homework? No problem! There are two homework activities included.

Included:

- In total there are 17 compare and contrast activities.

- Each activity consists of a organizer, writing sheet, and sample responses.

- Two homework activities

***Please note that this product has the SAME items as my Compare and Contrast Mega Pack. The only difference is this product uses a double bubble thinking map versus the Venn Diagram.***

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Total Pages
54
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Compare and Contrast with Double Bubble Thinking Maps!
Compare and Contrast with Double Bubble Thinking Maps!
Compare and Contrast with Double Bubble Thinking Maps!
Compare and Contrast with Double Bubble Thinking Maps!