What are your characters trying to say? Speech bubble doodle

What Are Your Characters Trying to Say?

I came across this photo that inspired this project. It would have been such a great project that I know I would have enjoyed as a kid. I think (know) my students are enjoying it because I heard on…

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Could be a first art project of the year. Introduce myself to the class through a thought bubble with photo collaged underneath. Then students make their own thought bubble/photo artworks.

Free printable thought bubble labels. Would really help with my shelf talkers!

ces "bulles" seront parfaites pour vos journaling et textes divers.

Cartoon thought bubble Vector clip art - Free vector for free download ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring borders and picture frame

Patria CTC Step “From the beginning, I was so good, Mamá said she'd forget I was there" (Alvarez This quote reveals that Patria was the good child like goody two shoes because she didn't have to be looked after she held responsibilities.

Great organizer when you want students to come up with questions or ponderings about a story or particular subject--could use for group discussion too! (Free Download)

Great general graphic organizer Get this any many other "thought bubble" printables.great for stimulating thought for character development, creative thinking and more.

Thought Bubbles - Metacognition Manipulative:  This would be great to laminate and then kids could write on it before / during / after reading!

Reading is Thinking Thought Bubbles! Pass out bubbles as they work in small grps & each grp needs to work together to respond to their reading using bubble. Each grp sends one rep to present to class. Bubbles work great for guided reading too.

Thought Bubble- Social Skills.  Shows how you shouldn't necessarily say what you think - how to say things nicely.

Thought Bubble--holy social skills Batman, this would be great for coming up with appropriate alternatives to those unfiltered thoughts that get out.

Speech and Thought Bubble activity for The English Roses by Madonna. What's the difference between thinking something and doing something? Students write their ideas in thought and speech bubbles. Full lesson plan at http://www.witsprogram.ca/schools/books/the-english-roses.php?source=lesson-plans

Speech and Thought Bubble activity for The English Roses by Madonna. What's the difference between thinking something and doing something? Students write their ideas in thought and speech bubbles. Full lesson plan at http://www.witsprogram.ca/schools/books/the-english-roses.php?source=lesson-plans

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