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  1. Bubbles Line Breaker As you read, think about how the poem was put together.

  2. Bubbles Line Breaker How did the author decide about line breaks? Look at the end word for each line. What do you notice? Bubbles Floating holes Reflecting spheres Little rainbow heads Glued together like magnets Liquid crystal balls Silent popcorn Bubbles

  3. Bubbles Line Breaker Look at the word that begins each line. What do you notice now? Bubbles Floating holes Reflecting spheres Little rainbow heads Glued together like magnets Liquid crystal balls Silent popcorn Bubbles

  4. Bubbles Line Breaker Why does the poem have no punctuation? Bubbles Floating holes Reflecting spheres Little rainbow heads Glued together like magnets Liquid crystal balls Silent popcorn Bubbles

  5. Bubbles Line Breaker How does changing the line breaks change the poem? Bubbles Floating holes reflecting Spheres, little rainbow heads Glued together like Magnets, liquid crystal balls Silent popcorn, bubbles


  6. Bubbles Line Breaker Notice the poem’s shape—round like a bubble. Do you think the author did this on purpose? Bubbles Floating holes Reflecting spheres Little rainbow heads Glued together like magnets Liquid crystal balls Silent popcorn Bubbles

  7. Bubbles Line Breaker What can you say about how the poet used line breaks? How do the line breaks affect the way it sounds, the way it looks, and what it means?