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Speech bubble generators

| November 11, 2012 | 0 Comments 

A few speech bubble generators that might get reluctant writers going. Explore the conventions of speech marks.

Get the Dr Seuss characters talking. Discover what Scooby Do does, (and discusses). Get the Gorrilaz Gang gossiping or speak something sensational with Snoopy.

Where to position the appropriate punctuation when characters talk is a concept that some children find difficult to grasp.If you draw a speech bubble, with two lines, and then rub out everything but the two top sections, it can show where speech marks should be placed.