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Double Bubble Map

File Folder Game

I use double bubble maps a lot with primary students. Double bubble maps are thinking maps that are used to compare and contrast and I like to use them to compare fiction with non-fiction books or two types of fairy tales and things like that. I made a PowerPoint slide of a double bubble map so I could project it on the screen and we could fill it out together and I give the students a sheet to fill out. This gave me the idea of making a file folder game set up as a double bubble map with pictures to compare and contrast. Students practice reading and think critically about how to fill out the bubbles.

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The games are very easy to make, simply print out, all of the pieces are numbered for easy organization. Laminate the game pieces and trim the game boards on the dotted line. Glue the game boards on to the file folder and it is ready to go.

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