Marshmallow Heart Adjectives

I love thinking of different ways of how to help the children understand “describing words.”  I found some yummy, pink, heart marshmallows and I thought they would be the perfect item to explore and describe.  We even talked about our five senses that we could use to observe the marshmallow.  I started by making a “bubble map” made out of hearts to describe the marshmallow.  I passed out one marshmallow to each child and we shared what we noticed about them.

Here is the yummy marshmallow that I found at Target.

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Class Bubble Map
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Once we made our bubble map as a class, I gave each child their own copy to to fill in independently.  They were allowed to use the class model to spell the words.

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