Speech Bubbles: 10 Astonishing Templates for Presentations

Free Speech Bubbles Templates for Powerpoint and Google Slides

If you want to get your message across loud and clear, why not use speech bubbles in your presentations? This tool, so common in comic books, can be used in many ways and for many purposes. Moreover, it will bring a fun, lively, and modern touch to your presentations. So enjoy our selection of 10 free speech bubbles templates for PowerPoint and Google Slides! They will undoubtedly leave your audience speechless!

Speech bubbles , also called speech balloons, is a quite recent graphic invention. However, there is no doubt it is here to stay. Indeed, what better way is there to report the exact words or thoughts of a person? Dialogue balloons are also very effective to transcribe dialogues in a conversation.

In this selection of 10 astonishing speech bubble templates , you will realize their uses are manifold. You will indeed find word balloons for quotes, ideas, and thoughts but also circular and linear process diagrams, radial converging charts, and other specialized slides. Choose the speech balloon template that best fits the needs of your next presentation and download it for free. Remember the bubbles when you are going to give your next speech!

1. Brainstorm and Ideas

Free Brainstorm and Ideas for powerpoint and google slides

A light bulb inside your brain: the perfect metaphor for brilliant ideas! This is exactly what this free Brainstorm and Ideas template for Google Slides and PowerPoint illustrates. The head silhouette in the center allows you to highlight the cleverness of your thoughts. But how can you express and share them? Thanks to speech bubbles, of course! The head is indeed surrounded by four colorful speech balloons. Besides, there is another text placeholder to describe the main idea of your brainstorming .

2. Speech Bubble Collection

Free Speech Bubbles Collection for powerpoint and google slides

Do you need a speech bubble with a specific shape, size, or color? You will probably find it in our Speech Bubble Collection. Indeed, this free slide for Google Slides and PowerPoint contains a set of seven speech bubble illustrations. You will find round, square, rectangular, and oval word balloons. Of course, you can adjust the size and change the colors if you wish. These speech balloons are ideal to display verbatims, quotes, thoughts, and ideas.

3. Doodle Speech Bubbles

Free Doodle Speech Bubbles for powerpoint and google slides

Do you need speech bubbles that look personalized and handcrafted? This Doodle Speech Bubbles template can actually fit a lot of purposes. This illustration with three horizontally-aligned speech balloons can be used to present quotes but also grouped lists of information. You will also find arrows that connect each bubble to the one on the right in order to emphasize their relationship. You can therefore employ this free diagram as a process or workflow chart. So, if you want to give a fun and informal touch to your presentation, download this free template now!

4. Speech Balloon Process

Free Speech Balloon Process for powerpoint and google slides

One idea always leads to another! This is the concept this speech balloon diagram will convey to your audience. You can indeed find 4-word balloons aligned horizontally and linked to each other thanks to the tails of each speech bubble. That is why this slide is perfect to showcase the connections and conversions from one step or idea to the next in your tasks, processes, or projects. Moreover, you can include absolutely anything inside each bubble: text, titles, icons, or numbers. So let your ideas speak for themselves with this free Speech Balloon Process slide template!

5. Cycle and Speech Bubbles

Free Cycle and Speech Bubbles for powerpoint and google slides

Even your cycle matrix diagram will benefit from a few speech bubbles, 4 to be exact! Indeed, you will be able to present the 4 options (stages, tasks, or steps) of your process or project thanks to the colorful circle in the center. Each stage is represented by an icon and a color that appears again in the 4 speech bubbles located around the circle. Not only can you write your main title at the center of the  cycle matrix but you can also use the  speech bubbles  on the side to describe your stages in detail.

6. Speech Bubble Converging Radial

Free Speech Bubble Converging Radial for PowerPoint and Google Slides

All your ideas communicate with each other. In this free Converging Radial diagram, 6 speech bubbles face the central circle that represents your main concept or idea. Around it, you can find these 6 colorful speech balloons for you to express your thoughts and their relationship with the central idea or objective. This original way to present your thoughts, data, or projects will mesmerize your audience. You just have to choose the right icons and a brief title and text for each idea, and the convincing job is done!

7. Man and Woman Quotes

Free Man and Woman Quotes for powerpoint and google slides

This amazing and unique design is an ingenious tool for you to display two quotes that you want to relate, compare or contrast. One will be a woman’s quote and the other will be a man’s words. Indeed, the negative space design technique used here represents a man and a woman’s head silhouette inside a speech bubble shape. The characters face different directions, thus emphasizing the dichotomy between the man and the woman’s quotes or thoughts. That is why this diagram is also ideal to compare the male and the female population, their opinions and perspectives.

8. Speech Bubble Grid

Free Speech Bubble Grid for powerpoint and google slides

It’s time for everyone to speak up! Well, maybe not everyone but at least 6 people. You can indeed find 6 options in this free speech bubble grid for PowerPoint and Google Slides template. The most important part will be the messages, quotes, ideas, or thoughts that you can include clearly in the colorful speech balloons. You can also add a number and most importantly, an icon beneath each speech bubble to symbolize the intellectual author of the idea. Let everyone enjoy their freedom of speech!

9. Brain Quote Diagram

Free Brain Quote Diagram for powerpoint and google slides

Where do your ideas and words come from? Obviously from your brain! We have therefore created an original design that represents a human brain looking like a speech bubble. The resemblance between both shapes is indeed uncanny. In addition, the brain is divided into 4 colorful parts in order to show 4 ideas, or thoughts. It can also be used as a matrix or to illustrate the concepts of brainstorming, mind, and creativity.

10. Businessman with 4 ideas

Free Businessman with 4 Ideas for powerpoint and google slides

This businessman is never short of ideas! He actually has 4 at the same time. Thanks to this free Businessman with 4 ideas template slide for PowerPoint and Google Slides, he can express all of them at the same time! Around the businessman silhouette, you will indeed find 4 speech bubbles, ideal to illustrate 4 ideas, concepts, or projects. So unleash the leader inside you and share your brilliant ideas with the world!

We hope you like our selection of the 10 Astonishing Templates with Speech Bubbles for Presentations .

Search Blog by topics

Search templates by categories, search templates by colors.

icon of a coffee cup for 'support us' - PresentationGo

Love our templates? Show your support with a coffee!

Thank you for fueling our creativity.

Logotype PresentationGo

Charts & Diagrams

Text & Tables

Graphics & Metaphors

Timelines & Planning

Best-Ofs & Tips

Terms and Conditions

Privacy Statement

Cookie Policy

Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) Policy

© Copyright 2024  Ofeex  | PRESENTATIONGO® is a registered trademark | All rights reserved.

PresentationGO

To provide the best experiences, we and our partners use technologies like cookies to store and/or access device information. Consenting to these technologies will allow us and our partners to process personal data such as browsing behavior or unique IDs on this site and show (non-) personalized ads. Not consenting or withdrawing consent, may adversely affect certain features and functions.

Click below to consent to the above or make granular choices. Your choices will be applied to this site only. You can change your settings at any time, including withdrawing your consent, by using the toggles on the Cookie Policy, or by clicking on the manage consent button at the bottom of the screen.

Thank you for downloading this template!

Remember, you can use it for free but you have to attribute PresentationGO . For example, you can use the following text:

If you really like our free templates and want to thank/help us, you can:

Thank you for your support

Pixel Speech Bubble!

Write some text and click Create to make your own pixel speech bubble.

Inspired by the style of Diesel Sweeties by R. Stevens. Questions or comments? twitter @pxlspeechbubble / email [email protected]

Give your image a voice with a speech bubble

Draw your audience’s eyes to your message by wrapping it in a speech bubble. We have hundreds to choose from and you can even design your own.

*Free. No credit card required.

Speech bubbles hero

Speech bubble, thought bubble, text bubble —whatever you call ‘em—add ‘em with Snappa

Swatch

Choose from hundreds of speech bubbles

Click Graphics → Icons or Vectors → then search “speech bubble” or “thought bubble” to reveal hundreds of choices.

You’ll find speech bubbles that are round and rectangular, some that are shaped like clouds and other oddly shaped text bubbles, and some that are filled in with a color and others that aren’t. Whatever look you’re after, there’s a speech bubble to match.

Hundreds of speech bubbles

Add your own finishing touches

Once you find the right shape for your speech bubble, it’s time to make it your own.

Change the size of your text bubble and its fill color by choosing from our palette of popular colors or by playing with the color picker, and increase or decrease opacity until it's exactly what you envisioned.

Speech bubble finishing touches

Flip and rotate speech bubbles

Isn’t it annoying when you have the perfect image and the perfect speech bubble, but the mouth of the image’s subject and the speech bubble don’t line up?

With Snappa, you can flip any speech bubble in one click then rotate it until it lines up.

Flip or rotate speech bubbles

Add text to speech bubbles

A speech bubble without text is... a bubble?

Add text to your bubble in one click, choose from 200+ fonts or upload your own, and play with font styles, color, shadows, blur, letter spacing and line height until you achieve the look you’re after.

Add text to speech bubble

Design your own speech bubbles

If hundreds of speech bubbles and countless ways to customize them still leaves you wanting more — it’s time to get creative.

There is nothing stopping you from uploading speech bubbles to Snappa, or using shapes and vector images to create a speech bubble unlike anything anyone has ever seen before. It’s all drag ’n’ drop and point ’n’ click.

Design your own speech bubbles

Bring attention to offers

Just try to ignore the text inside of a speech bubble. You can’t. So what better place to hint at an offer or sale?

Speech Bubble Thinking

Show what someone’s thinking

Drop a thought bubble on to your image and add text that says what you want your customers to think about.

Speech Bubble Comic

Create a comic strip

Drag ’n’ drop images of two or more people on to your background, add speech bubbles and text, and you’ve captured a full-blown convo.

Sujan Patel

Snappa is the best tool I've used to create images for blog posts & Facebook ads. In 5 minutes I can do what used to take me hours to do or pay designers to do.

Sujan Patel,

Co-founder of webprofits, speech bubble faq, do you have quotation marks i can use in place of a speech bubble.

We have hundreds of quotation marks you can use to bring attention to your text. There are filled in quotes and hollow quotes, rounded quotes and angular quotes, double and single quotes. You can change the color, size, opacity, and orientation of any quote, too.

Can I use Snappa for free?

On the forever free plan, you can add speech bubbles, use the complete photo editor, and download three images per month. The Pro ($10/month) or Team ($20/month) plans include UNLIMITED image downloads and social sharing.

Do you have stock photos, graphics, and templates that I can use?

Do we ever! You get access to 5,000,000+ high-res free use photos and graphics and 6,000+ professionally designed customizable templates. Of course, you can add and edit anything in our library to make it fit your vision.

Add speech bubbles to your photo in seconds

Snappa is so much more than a free tool to add speech and thought bubbles to images.

Add text to photos

Add Text to Photos

Add text and play with fonts like you would in a word processor.

Background Remover

Background Remover

Click a button and your background instantly vanishes — it’s magic.

Image Blur

Blur your image using a simple slider.

Image Cropper

Image Cropper

Quick and easy square, circle, and rectangle image crops.

Image Flipper

Image Flipper

Instantly flip any image vertically or horizontally.

Image Resizer

Image Resizer

Repurpose any image for just about any platform in seconds.

Image Rotator

Image Rotator

Rotate images, graphics, shapes, and text.

Photo Editor

Photo Editor

Edit your photos in seconds.

More...

There are templates, high-res photos, icons, vectors, and so much more — try it for free.

Ready to add speech bubbles to your image?

Log in to snappa.

Don't have a Snappa account yet? Create Account

Create your Snappa account

Start designing in seconds for free.

Already have an account? Log in

Reset your password

Please enter the email address you provided during registration and we'll send you instructions on how to reset your password.

← Back to login

We can't seem to reach the server to continue with your request. Please reload the page and try again.

Tim's Printables

Free Printable Speech Bubble Templates – PDF Format

Let your voice be heard. Better yet, let you voice be seen! How can you accomplish this? With a speech bubble, of course! On this page you’ll find an assortment of free printable speech bubble templates. They’ll look great on posters and banners, or attached to that large card board cut out your have in your window. You can also print them for any creative school work, including homework assignments, projects and crafts. Teachers, print these speech bubble templates for a bulletin board or classroom decoration. The speech bubbles are all provided for. All that’s left for you to do is fill them in.

Downloading Instructions: Each speech bubble template has been saved onto an 8.5”x11” PDF. To download, click on one of the templates below. The corresponding PDF will load in your browser. You can print directly from your browser. You can also save it an open it in Adobe Acrobat Reader.

The first speech bubble template is just your standard word balloon.

Speech Bubble Template

Next, we have a thought bubble for the deep thinkers in the audience.

Word Bubble Template

Finally, we have an angular rectangle word balloon. A robot would probably use a word balloon like this.

Word Balloon Template

Hopefully these printables helped you with your projects.

Thanks for visiting my site.

Terms of Use

You may save and print these speech bubble templates for personal and educational purposes only. You may not use these files for commercial use in any way, directly or indirectly. You may not post these files on your own website. If you would like to share this content, please do so by sharing this URL:

[ https://timvandevall.com/ speech-bubble-templates / ]

These speech bubble templates are copyright (c) Dutch Renaissance Press LLC. All rights reserved. They were created by Tim van de Vall.

Leave a Reply Cancel reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.

write speech bubbles

  • Collections
  • Writing Templates
  • Speech Bubble-Shaped Templates

Speech Bubble-Shaped Writing Templates

Speech Bubble-Shaped Writing Templates

About this download.

  • File Format PDF
  • Paper Size Letter (8.5 x 11)
  • Required Software Adobe Reader

More Like This

  • Object Writing Templates
  • Shaped Writing Templates

Description

Our writing templates include four different versions of each design.

  • Wide-ruled lines (page 1)
  • College-ruled lines (page 2)
  • Handwriting lines (page 3)
  • Blank template (page 4)

Each template is a separate page in the PDF file.

Your use of our printables is subject to our licensing terms and terms of use .

Featured Content

Popular articles.

Online Speech Bubble Maker

To get started, choose one of the two options below. You can create a speech bubble image with your own photo or choose a random stock photo.

6 Printable Speech Bubbles for Scrapbooking

Rebecca Ludens is a paper crafts expert and writer with two decades of hands-on scrapbooking and paper crafting experience. She authored "Teach Yourself Visually Scrapbooking," designed products for craft companies such as Artistic Wire and The Paper Loft, and teaches scrapbooking at workshops nationwide.

Speech bubbles might make you think of classic comic books, but they also make a cute addition to scrapbooks and other paper projects. You can use the bubbles for journaling, quotes, or sayings on  scrapbook page  layouts of any theme.

Instructions for Using Speech Bubble Printables

To save the speech bubble templates to your computer, simply right-click the full-size image and select "save as."

To resize and print, right-click and select "copy." Open a word processing document and right-click on it and select "paste." Then, click anywhere on the image to select it and then click and drag one corner to resize it.

This is a classic speech bubble with clean lines.

Rounded Square

A rounded square pattern like this one works well with more text.

A square "bubble" can hold a large text block ​and gives a contemporary look to your scrapbook page.

Thought Bubble

Add a contemplative thought bubble to capture the thinking of your photo subject.

This pattern includes a fun arrow, which is a great visual queue for drawing the viewer's eyes to just the right point on the scrapbook page. 

This design would be great on a superhero-themed scrapbook page. Can't you imagine it saying "Ka-pow!"?

More from The Spruce Crafts

  • Free Thanksgiving Clip Art
  • Free Fall Leaves Clip Art Images
  • Free Star Clip Art
  • Free, Printable Fourth of July Coloring Pages
  • Make Custom Craft Projects with Our Free Printable Uppercase Letters Template
  • Free, Printable Earth Day Coloring Pages
  • Free Birthday Clip Art
  • 5 Places to Find Free Stencils
  • Flower Pattern Templates for Scrapbooking
  • How to Create Printable Block Letters in Microsoft Word
  • 10 Places to Find Free Printable Father's Day Coloring Pages for Kids
  • Free Valentine Clip Art Images for Valentine's Day
  • Free, Printable Coloring Pages for Adults
  • 9 Best Places for Free Easter Egg Coloring Pages
  • Free Heart Clip Art Images
  • Free Owl Pattern for Scrapbooking and Greeting Cards

MS Word Help

Tips and tricks for Microsoft Word Users

  • About MS Word Help
  • Make A Speech Bubble In Word

Speech bubbles are a good way to help your document deliver its message. You’d be surprised at just how easy it is to make a speech bubble in Word .

Let’s get straight to it and add one now. On the Insert tab, click Shapes (in the Illustrations group) > Oval Callout . The shapes are not visibly named, but the Oval Callout shape is in the Callouts section near the bottom.

Clicking the shape doesn’t insert it; it simply activates the tool. You still need to draw the shape on the page by clicking and dragging in your document. Once you’ve clicked and dragged, you should get something like this:

This is all well and good if you want something quick. We, on the other hand, are genteel and sophisticated. We desire a speech bubble that has a curved bit like this:

We can make that curve by manipulating the points on the shape. If you’ve used image editors like Adobe Illustrator or Fireworks, this should be a doddle. If you haven’t, don’t worry because it’s quite easy anyway.

With the speech bubble still selected, make sure you’re working on the Format tab of the Drawing Tools contextual tab (it pops up whenever a shape is selected).

Click Edit Shape (in the Insert Shapes group) > Edit Points . You’ll notice that the bounding box for the shape has gone. Each point that defines the shape is also now selectable and able to be manipulated.

Click on the point right at the bottom and drag it further down. Because this point is now selected, you should see some yellow handles that you can drag around to alter the curve of the lines coming out of that point.

Try it. Drag those handles around to get a feel for how they affect the curvature. Those handles affect the curve of the lines near the selected point. To change the curvature of a line near the point at the other end, select that point and repeat the process. This is often necessary to achieve a nice smoothe curve.

To get the following speech bubble, drag the yellow handle on the right upwards and to the right. Do the same with the yellow handle on the left.

The curve looks fine as it leaves the bottom point, but it soon goes awry further up. We can fix that by selecting the point (click on it) and then by dragging the leftmost yellow handle to the right. You can even drag the point itself over to the right to get something like this:

Categories: Uncategorized - Tags: bezier curves , curves , insert shape , speech bubble

Recent Posts

  • Word 2010 AutoCorrect
  • The Toolbar In Word 2010
  • Soft Return In Word
  • Vertical Text In Word
  • Number Of Occurrences Of A Particular Word
  • Changing Case In Word
  • Autosave Documents In Microsoft Word
  • Word Default Save Location
  • Remove Borders From A Table In Word
  • How To Convert Table To Text In Microsoft Word 2007
  • How To Password Protect Microsoft Word 2007 document
  • Insert Page Numbers In Microsoft Word 2002
  • Numbered List With Only Odd Numbers
  • Change Font Colour In Microsoft Word 2002
  • Compatibility Mode In Word 2016
  • Word 2016 AutoText
  • Make Diagonal Text In Word
  • Start A Numbered List With A Number Other Than One
  • Insert Comments In Word

Admin Login

Powered by Catalyst

Copyright © 2015 MS Word Help

Manga Tutorial for Beginners 08 Let’s draw frames and speech bubbles.

write speech bubbles

Hello, this is ГФ. Since I explained the rules regarding the outline and canvas, it’s time for the real work of drawing Manga. Starting off with “Frames” and “Speech Bubbles”.

Click Here for Previous Tutorials. Manga Tutorial for Beginners 01 Process of Manga Making Manga Tutorial for Beginners 02 Let’s Make Outline (Part 1) Manga Tutorial for Beginners 03 Let’s Make Outline (Part 2) Manga Tutorial for Beginners 04 Get Ready to Draw Manga with MediBang Paint! Manga Tutorial for Beginners 05 Let’s Make Name(outline) Manga Tutorial for Beginners 06 Let’s think about frame layout and screen. Manga Tutorial for Beginners 07 Considerations when setting up the canvas. Manga Tutorial for Beginners 08 Let’s draw frames and speech bubbles.

When you want to begin with lining the frames, the “Panel Division” tool comes in handy.

First, create a layer for dividing the panels. Choose “Add / 1 Bit” from the Layer tab and by clicking the gear icon on the right, change the layer name to “Panel” etc.

If you click “Add Panel Material” from the Layer tab while selecting the panel layer you just created, the following window appears.

write speech bubbles

Here, you can set the line width first. For reference, the numbers below (0.73mm on default) represent the thickness when you write on the analog canvas. There is no rule behind the line width but generally it is set thicker than the drawing lines. Most of the Manga uses 0.5mm to 1.0mm. I will be selecting 19 (0.8mm), as that’s what I usually draw with.

By clicking “OK”, a frame will be drawn as shown below. Additionally, the “Divide Tool” on the left tool bar is selected.

write speech bubbles

While selecting the “Divide Tool” you can divide the panel by clicking on the frame and dragging to the other side. Repeat this process to make multiple divisions of the panel. If you want to adjust the angle for when you divide diagonally, you can press the the shift key as you drag.

write speech bubbles

Since the panel is read right to left from the top row and move downwards as you reach the left division, it is easier to read if the spaces on the side are narrow and the spaces above / below are wider. You can change the settings for spacing at the top of the screen. The image uses pixels but you can also set in millimeters.

write speech bubbles

If you want to make a panel that breaks out beyond the margin (tachikiri), you can change to the “Operation Tool” from the tool bar and select the panel you want to edit. Then when you bring the cursor to the frame, while selecting the panel, it will change to a moving arrow. By dragging the frame on the arrow cursor mode, you can change the shape of frame line. You can make the break-out panel by expanding the frame beyond the page.

write speech bubbles

If you want to delete a panel, click the ” × ” icon while you select the panel using the “Operation Tool”.

Frames (panels) drawn using the “Division Tool” cannot be erased with the “Eraser Tool”. If you want to erase a portion of the panel with the eraser, select “Rasterize Material” from the Layer tab.

write speech bubbles

However, you can also do the same without rasterizing; by using the “Mask Layer”.

While selecting your panel layer, click on the fourth icon from the left inside the Layer window. From the three “Add Layer” options, select “Add Layer (Mask)”.

Then a layer called “Mask” gets created, if you draw on this layer using black, you will not be able to see the drawings on the layer below. You can apply this method to hide a portion of the panel frame.

write speech bubbles

The mask layer allows to hide a part of the drawing without erasing it. It will be useful when you apply this process to other cases.

When the panel division is finished, speech bubbles come next.

2. Speech Bubbles

There are various styles of speech bubbles as shown below.

write speech bubbles

Before drawing the bubbles, create a layer for speech bubbles. Select “Add / 1 Bit” from the Layer tab and change the name to “Speech Bubbles” etc.

After creating the layer, begin drawing the speech bubbles. Let’s start off with the standard oval bubble.

・Oval Bubble

write speech bubbles

Draw the bubble to enclose the speech lines with some space around them. You can either draw freehand or using the oval tool.

The thickness of speech bubble lines are usually the same as the main drawing or a little thicker. I mostly use 15px for the drawing and 20px for the speech bubbles; use this as the reference if you are confused.

If you want to use the oval tool select “Shape Brush Tool”, the 3rd icon in the toolbar, and choose “Ellipse” from the brush shape options.

write speech bubbles

It may turn out thicker than the freehand bubble since the strength of the brush does not apply to the “Shape Brush Tool”. If that’s the case, reduce the line thickness before drawing.

The “tail” of the speech bubble may not appear in some styles or scenes, but it clarifies which person is talking so it should be added for scenes with many characters.

write speech bubbles

If one person is talking for a long time, you can use a double bubble. Instead of diving into two different bubbles, it shows a clear time sequence.

write speech bubbles

There is also no rule for the position of speech bubbles but you can create more space for the drawing if you place it next to the corner. This is because drawing a large, readable bubble takes up a lot of space. Simplifying the speeches does not only make it easy to read but also to create more space for the drawing.

write speech bubbles

Let’s try drawing different shapes of speech bubbles.

・Needle / Blast / Explosion Bubble

write speech bubbles

It is mostly used for when the character speaks loudly. It can easily be drawn freehand but if you want to straighten them out, use the “Polygon” in the Shape Brush Tool.

・Cloud Bubble

write speech bubbles

This is used for cheerful lines or comical speeches. It will be easy if you draw this like a flower in freehand.

・Wavy Bubble

write speech bubbles

It can be used when the character is injured or when they are talking in fear. You can draw this easily by relaxing your grip on freehand.

・Thoughts Bubble

write speech bubbles

It is an oval bubble with circular tails and represents what the character is thinking about. You can either use the Shape Brush Tool or draw freehand.

・Rectangular Bubble

write speech bubbles

It is used for narrations and inner voice spoken in light-hearted tones. Use “Rectangle” in Shape Brush Tool to draw easily.

・Electronic Sound Bubble

write speech bubbles

They express lines spoken through a speaker, by a machine and sounds from electronic devices. You can use the “Polygon” of Shape Brush Tool to draw these.

・Flash Bubble

write speech bubbles

This is used for occasions where the inner voice implies a shocking line or when a superior existence is vocalized directly to the character’s mind.

The flash bubble can be drawn easily using the “Radial Brush” from Cloud Brushes.

write speech bubbles

・Inverted Flash Bubble

write speech bubbles

It is mostly used for when the character’s inner voice is speaking about something even more shocking. The explanation for Inverted Flash bubble is a little complicated so I will describe it in the later tutorial when I will be talking about spot fills.

The general types of speech bubbles are as described above, but you can get more variations by changing the line styles or adding some decorations. Look into changing the bubble styles appropriate for the scene you are drawing.

write speech bubbles

If you are not confident with drawing the bubbles yourself, you can also use the materials on cloud.

write speech bubbles

You can also leave out the speech bubble in some panels.

write speech bubbles

If you want to draw the bubble beyond the panel frame, you can erase a part of the frame, hide the frame line using the “Mask Layer” or cover it with white as I described earlier.

How was the tutorial ? Just adding the frame lines and speech bubbles will make it look much closer to a proper Manga. The next tutorial will be on “Drawing humans, animals and nature”.

「ГФ」 ART street Click here for the collection:  https://medibang.com/u/seledkapodshboi/ You can read my manga here →  https://medibang.com/book/0c2101280307258390018866367/ This is also a manga that I draw under a different name. →  https://medibang.com/comics/official/dobs340000005872400000000000a/ twitter:  https://twitter.com/seledkapodshboi

\ We are accepting requests for articles on how to use /

Download now for free

RELATED ARTICLES Related articles recommended for those who read this article

write speech bubbles

Let’s draw different eye shapes to give each character a unique look!

  • #Divided Drawing
  • #Steps to drawing eyes
  • #Improve Quality
  • #Writer:mozukuni
  • #Personality
  • #For Beginners

write speech bubbles

Manga Tutorial for Beginners 01 Process of Manga Making

  • #Manga Tutorials for Beginners
  • #How to draw a Manga

write speech bubbles

[Brief Description] How to Draw an Overhead View Illustration

  • #Composition
  • #How to draw bodies
  • #Bird\'s Eye View
  • #Perspective

write speech bubbles

How to show/hide multiple layers at once

  • #Multiple Layers
  • #Hide Layer
  • #Increase efficiency

write speech bubbles

EASY! Drawing Japanese Hair ♪

  • #Writer:竹内洋
  • #Japanese Hair
  • #How to draw hair
  • #Japanese Style

write speech bubbles

How to register a photo you took as a usable material

  • #Register Material
  • #Color Illustration

FEATURE Special feature

write speech bubbles

Your creativity will be more special!

MediBang Paint's new service, Unlimited use of exclusive brushes and materials, full access to MediBang Paint, and many other benefits to help your creativity.

Recommended features

write speech bubbles

We introduce cloud features available on MediBang Paint.

write speech bubbles

Group Project

We introduce specific examples of team production using MediBang Paint and mangainem.

MediBang's recommended app

write speech bubbles

We introiduce "JUMP PAINT", JUMP's official soft and app for manga creators.

write speech bubbles

MediBang Colors

write speech bubbles

MediBang Neppuri

  • International
  • Schools directory
  • Resources Jobs Schools directory News Search

Speech bubbles with lines for writing

Speech bubbles with lines for writing

Subject: English

Age range: 5-7

Resource type: Worksheet/Activity

Land of Learning

Last updated

  • Share through email
  • Share through twitter
  • Share through linkedin
  • Share through facebook
  • Share through pinterest

doc, 23.5 KB

Tes classic free licence

Your rating is required to reflect your happiness.

It's good to leave some feedback.

Something went wrong, please try again later.

Just what I needed, thanks!

Empty reply does not make any sense for the end user

This is perfect! I have a student working on quotation marks who loves comic books. Thank you!

Perfect - the children used them to write few sentences about their PPA teacher who is leaving us, thank you!

times2teacher

Exactly what I needed. Thank you.

comes with lines

Report this resource to let us know if it violates our terms and conditions. Our customer service team will review your report and will be in touch.

Not quite what you were looking for? Search by keyword to find the right resource:

EWTN News, Inc. is the world’s largest Catholic news organization, comprised of television, radio, print and digital media outlets, dedicated to reporting the truth in light of the Gospel and the Catholic Church.

  • National Catholic Register
  • News Agencies
  • Catholic News Agency
  • CNA Deutsch
  • ACI Afrique
  • ACI Digital
  • Digital Media
  • ChurchPOP Español
  • ChurchPOP Italiano
  • ChurchPOP Português
  • EWTN News Indepth
  • EWTN News Nightly
  • EWTN Noticias
  • EWTN Pro-life Weekly
  • Register Radio

Get HALF OFF the Register!

National Catholic Register News https://www.ncregister.com/news/harrison-butker-speech-at-benedictine

Print issue

  • Synod on Synodality
  • Most Popular
  • Publisher’s Note
  • College Guide
  • Commentaries
  • Culture of Life
  • Arts & Entertainment
  • Publisher's Note
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Support the Register
  • Print subscriptions
  • E-Newsletter Sign-up
  • EWTN Religious Catalogue

Full Text: Harrison Butker of Kansas City Chiefs Graduation Speech

The Super Bowl champ and kicker spoke about the dignity of life, masculinity, and the most important role of all: motherhood.

Kansas City Chiefs’ placekicker Harrison Butker speaks to college graduates in his commencement address at Benedictine College on May 11.

Editor’s Note: Harrison Butker, 28, the placekicker for the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League, delivered the commencement address at Benedictine College in Atchison, Kansas, on Saturday, May 11, 2024. A transcript of his remarks is below.

Ladies and gentlemen of the Class of 2024:  I would like to start off by congratulating all of you for successfully making it to this achievement today. I'm sure your high school graduation was not what you had imagined, and most likely, neither was your first couple years of college.

By making it to this moment through all the adversity thrown your way from COVID, I hope you learned the important lessons that suffering in this life is only temporary. As a group, you witnessed firsthand how bad leaders who don't stay in their lane can have a negative impact on society. It is through this lens that I want to take stock of how we got to where we are, and where we want to go as citizens and, yes, as Catholics. One last thing before I begin, I want to be sure to thank President Minnis and the board for their invitation to speak.

When President Minnis first reached out a couple of months ago, I had originally said No. You see, last year I gave the commencement address at my alma mater, Georgia Tech, and I felt that one graduation speech was more than enough, especially for someone who isn't a professional speaker. But of course, President Minnis used his gift of persuasion. [ Laughter ] It spoke to the many challenges you all faced throughout the COVID fiasco ,and how you missed out on so many milestones the rest of us older people have taken for granted. While COVID might have played a large role throughout your formative years, it is not unique. Bad policies and poor leadership have negatively impacted major life issues. Things like abortion, IVF, surrogacy, euthanasia, as well as a growing support for degenerate cultural values in media, all stem from the pervasiveness of disorder.

Our own nation is led by a man who publicly and proudly proclaims his Catholic faith, but at the same time is delusional enough to make the Sign of the Cross during a pro- abortion rally. He has been so vocal in his support for the murder of innocent babies that I'm sure to many people it appears that you can be both Catholic and pro-choice.

He is not alone. From the man behind the COVID lockdowns to the people pushing dangerous gender ideologies onto the youth of America, they all have a glaring thing in common. They are Catholic. This is an important reminder that being Catholic alone doesn't cut it.

These are the sorts of things we are told in polite society to not bring up. You know, the difficult and unpleasant things. But if we are going to be men and women for this time in history, we need to stop pretending that the "Church of Nice" is a winning proposition. We must always speak and act in charity, but never mistake charity for cowardice.

It is safe to say that over the past few years, I have gained quite the reputation for speaking my mind. I never envisioned myself, nor wanted, to have this sort of a platform, but God has given it to me, so I have no other choice but to embrace it and preach more hard truths about accepting your lane and staying in it.

As members of the Church founded by Jesus Christ, it is our duty and ultimately privilege to be authentically and unapologetically Catholic. Don't be mistaken, even within the Church, people in polite Catholic circles will try to persuade you to remain silent. There even was an award-winning film called Silence , made by a fellow Catholic, wherein one of the main characters, a Jesuit priest, abandoned the Church, and as an apostate when he died is seen grasping a crucifix, quiet and unknown to anyone but God. As a friend of Benedictine College, His Excellency Bishop Robert Barron, said in his review of the film, it was exactly what the cultural elite want to see in Christianity -- private, hidden away, and harmless.

Our Catholic faith has always been countercultural. Our Lord, along with countless followers, were all put to death for their adherence to her teachings. The world around us says that we should keep our beliefs to ourselves whenever they go against the tyranny of diversity, equity, and inclusion. We fear speaking truth, because now, unfortunately, truth is in the minority. Congress just passed a bill where stating something as basic as the biblical teaching of who killed Jesus could land you in jail.

But make no mistake, before we even attempt to fix any of the issues plaguing society, we must first get our own house in order, and it starts with our leaders. The bishops and priests appointed by God as our spiritual fathers must be rightly ordered. There is not enough time today for me to list all the stories of priests and bishops misleading their flocks, but none of us can blame ignorance anymore and just blindly proclaim that “That's what Father said.” Because sadly, many priests we are looking to for leadership are the same ones who prioritize their hobbies or even photos with their dogs and matching outfits for the parish directory.

It's easy for us laymen and women to think that in order for us to be holy, that we must be active in our parish and try to fix it. Yes, we absolutely should be involved in supporting our parishes, but we cannot be the source for our parish priests to lean on to help with their problems. Just as we look at the relationship between a father and his son, so too should we look at the relationship between a priest and his people. It would not be appropriate for me to always be looking to my son for help when it is my job as his father to lead him.

St. Josemaría Escrivá states that priests are ordained to serve, and should not yield to temptation to imitate laypeople, but to be priests through and through. Tragically, so many priests revolve much of their happiness from the adulation they receive from their parishioners, and in searching for this, they let their guard down and become overly familiar. This undue familiarity will prove to be problematic every time, because as my teammate's girlfriend says, familiarity breeds contempt. [ Laughter ]

Saint Josemaría continues that some want to see the priest as just another man. That is not so. They want to find in the priest those virtues proper to every Christian, and indeed every honorable man:  understanding, justice, a life of work — priestly work, in this instance — and good manners. It is not prudent as the laity for us to consume ourselves in becoming amateur theologians so that we can decipher this or that theological teaching — unless, of course, you are a theology major. We must be intentional with our focus on our state in life and our own vocation. And for most of us, that's as married men and women. Still, we have so many great resources at our fingertips that it doesn't take long to find traditional and timeless teachings that haven't been ambiguously reworded for our times. Plus, there are still many good and holy priests, and it's up to us to seek them out.

The chaos of the world is unfortunately reflected in the chaos in our parishes, and sadly, in our cathedrals too. As we saw during the pandemic, too many bishops were not leaders at all. They were motivated by fear, fear of being sued, fear of being removed, fear of being disliked. They showed by their actions, intentional or unintentional, that the sacraments don't actually matter. Because of this, countless people died alone, without access to the sacraments, and it's a tragedy we must never forget. As Catholics, we can look to so many examples of heroic shepherds who gave their lives for their people, and ultimately, the Church. We cannot buy into the lie that the things we experienced during COVID were appropriate. Over the centuries, there have been great wars, great famines, and yes, even great diseases, all that came with a level of lethality and danger. But in each of those examples, Church leaders leaned into their vocations and ensured that their people received the sacraments.

Great saints like St. Damien of Molokai, who knew the dangers of his ministry, stayed for 11 years as a spiritual leader to the leper colonies of Hawaii. His heroism is looked at today as something set apart and unique, when ideally it should not be unique at all. For as a father loves his child, so a shepherd should love his spiritual children, too.

That goes even more so for our bishops, these men who are present-day apostles. Our bishops once had adoring crowds of people kissing their rings and taking in their every word, but now relegate themselves to a position of inconsequential existence. Now, when a bishop of a diocese or the bishop's conference as a whole puts out an important document on this matter or that, nobody even takes a moment to read it, let alone follow it.

No. Today, our shepherds are far more concerned with keeping the doors open to the chancery than they are with saying the difficult stuff out loud. It seems that the only time you hear from your bishops is when it's time for the annual appeal, whereas we need our bishops to be vocal about the teachings of the Church, setting aside their own personal comfort and embracing their cross. Our bishops are not politicians but shepherds, so instead of fitting in the world by going along to get along, they too need to stay in their lane and lead.

I say all of this not from a place of anger, as we get the leaders we deserve. But this does make me reflect on staying in my lane and focusing on my own vocation and how I can be a better father and husband and live in the world but not be of it. Focusing on my vocation while praying and fasting for these men will do more for the Church than me complaining about her leaders.

Because there seems to be so much confusion coming from our leaders, there needs to be concrete examples for people to look to in places like Benedictine, a little Kansas college built high on a bluff above the Missouri River, are showing the world how an ordered, Christ-centered existence is the recipe for success. You need to look no further than the examples all around this campus, where over the past 20 years, enrollment has doubled, construction and revitalization are a constant part of life, and people, the students, the faculty and staff, are thriving. This didn't happen by chance. In a deliberate movement to embrace traditional Catholic values, Benedictine has gone from just another liberal arts school with nothing to set it apart to a thriving beacon of light and a reminder to us all that when you embrace tradition, success — worldly and spiritual — will follow.

I am certain the reporters at the AP could not have imagined that their attempt to rebuke and embarrass places and people like those here at Benedictine wouldn't be met with anger, but instead met with excitement and pride. Not the deadly sin sort of pride that has an entire month dedicated to it, but the true God-centered pride that is cooperating with the Holy Ghost to glorify him. Reading that article now shared all over the world, we see that in the complete surrender of self and a turning towards Christ, you will find happiness. Right here in a little town in Kansas, we find many inspiring laypeople using their talents.

President Minnis, Dr. [Andrew] Swafford, and Dr. [Jared] Zimmerer are a few great examples right here on this very campus that will keep the light of Christ burning bright for generations to come. Being locked in with your vocation and staying in your lane is going to be the surest way for you to find true happiness and peace in this life.

It is essential that we focus on our own state in life, whether that be as a layperson, a priest, or religious. Ladies and gentlemen of the class of 2024, you are sitting at the edge of the rest of your lives. Each of you has the potential to leave a legacy that transcends yourselves and this era of human existence. In the small ways, by living out your vocation, you will ensure that God's Church continues and the world is enlightened by your example.

For the ladies present today, congratulations on an amazing accomplishment. You should be proud of all that you have achieved to this point in your young lives. I want to speak directly to you briefly because I think it is you, the women, who have had the most diabolical lies told to you. How many of you are sitting here now about to cross this stage and are thinking about all the promotions and titles you are going to get in your career? Some of you may go on to lead successful careers in the world, but I would venture to guess that the majority of you are most excited about your marriage and the children you will bring into this world.

I can tell you that my beautiful wife, Isabelle, would be the first to say that her life truly started when she began living her vocation as a wife and as a mother. I'm on the stage today and able to be the man I am because I have a wife who leans into her vocation. I'm beyond blessed with the many talents God has given me, but it cannot be overstated that all of my success is made possible because a girl I met in band class back in middle school would convert to the faith, become my wife, and embrace one of the most important titles of all: homemaker.

[ Applause lasting 18 seconds ]

She is a primary educator to our children. She is the one who ensures I never let football or my business become a distraction from that of a husband and father. She is the person that knows me best at my core, and it is through our marriage that, Lord willing, we will both attain salvation.

I say all of this to you because I have seen it firsthand how much happier someone can be when they disregard the outside noise and move closer and closer to God's will in their life. Isabelle's dream of having a career might not have come true, but if you asked her today if she has any regrets on her decision, she would laugh out loud, without hesitation, and say, “Heck, No.”

As a man who gets a lot of praise and has been given a platform to speak to audiences like this one today, I pray that I always use my voice for God and not for myself. Everything I am saying to you is not from a place of wisdom, but rather a place of experience. I am hopeful that these words will be seen as those from a man, not much older than you, who feels it is imperative that this class, this generation, and this time in our society must stop pretending that the things we see around us are normal.

Heterodox ideas abound even within Catholic circles. But let's be honest, there is nothing good about playing God with having children — whether that be your ideal number or the perfect time to conceive. No matter how you spin it, there is nothing natural about Catholic birth control.

It is only in the past few years that I have grown encouraged to speak more boldly and directly because, as I mentioned earlier, I have leaned into my vocation as a husband and father, and as a man.

To the gentlemen here today: Part of what plagues our society is this lie that has been told to you that men are not necessary in the home or in our communities. As men, we set the tone of the culture, and when that is absent, disorder, dysfunction, and chaos set in. This absence of men in the home is what plays a large role in the violence we see all around the nation. Other countries do not have nearly the same absentee father rates as we find here in the U.S., and a correlation could be made in their drastically lower violence rates, as well.

Be unapologetic in your masculinity, fighting against the cultural emasculation of men. Do hard things. Never settle for what is easy. You might have a talent that you don't necessarily enjoy, but if it glorifies God, maybe you should lean into that over something that you might think suits you better. I speak from experience as an introvert who now finds myself as an amateur public speaker and an entrepreneur, something I never thought I'd be when I received my industrial engineering degree.

The road ahead is bright. Things are changing. Society is shifting. And people, young and old, are embracing tradition. Not only has it been my vocation that has helped me and those closest to me, but not surprising to many of you, should be my outspoken embrace of the traditional Latin Mass. I've been very vocal in my love and devotion to the TLM and its necessity for our lives. But what I think gets misunderstood is that people who attend the TLM do so out of pride or preference. I can speak to my own experience, but for most people I have come across within these communities this simply is not true. I do not attend the TLM because I think I am better than others, or for the smells and bells, or even for the love of Latin. I attend the TLM because I believe, just as the God of the Old Testament was pretty particular in how he wanted to be worshipped, the same holds true for us today. It is through the TLM that I encountered order, and began to pursue it in my own life. Aside from the TLM itself, too many of our sacred traditions have been relegated to things of the past, when in my parish, things such as ember days, days when we fast and pray for vocations and for our priests, are still adhered to. The TLM is so essential that I would challenge each of you to pick a place to move where it is readily available.

A lot of people have complaints about the parish or the community, but we should not sacrifice the Mass for community. I prioritize the TLM even if the parish isn't beautiful, the priest isn't great, or the community isn't amazing. I still go to the TLM because I believe the holy sacrifice of the Mass is more important than anything else. I say this knowing full well that when each of you rekindle your knowledge and adherence to many of the church's greatest traditions, you will see how much more colorful and alive your life can and should be.

As you move on from this place and enter into the world, know that you will face many challenges. Sadly, I'm sure many of you know of the countless stories of good and active members of this community who, after graduation and moving away from the Benedictine bubble, have ended up moving in with their boyfriend or girlfriend prior to marriage. Some even leave the Church and abandon God. It is always heartbreaking to hear these stories, and there is a desire to know what happened and what went wrong.

What you must remember is that life is about doing the small things well, setting yourself up for success, and surrounding yourself with people who continually push you to be the best version of you. I say this all the time, that iron sharpens iron. It's a great reminder that those closest to us should be making us better. If you are dating someone who doesn't even share your faith, how do you expect that person to help you become a saint? If your friend group is filled with people who only think about what you're doing next weekend and are not willing to have those difficult conversations, how can they help sharpen you?

As you prepare to enter into the workforce, it is extremely important that you actually think about the places you are moving to. Who is the bishop? What kind of parishes are there? Do they offer the TLM and have priests who embrace their priestly vocation? Cost of living must not be the only arbiter of your choices, for a life without God is not a life at all, and the cost of salvation is worth more than any career.

I'm excited for the future, and I pray that something I have said will resonate as you move on to the next chapter of your life.

Never be afraid to profess the one holy, Catholic, and apostolic Church, for this is the Church that Jesus Christ established, through which we receive sanctifying grace.

I know that my message today had a little less fluff than is expected for these speeches, but I believe that this audience and this venue is the best place to speak openly and honestly about who we are and where we all want to go, which is Heaven.

I thank God for Benedictine College and for the example it provides the world. I thank God for men like President Minnis, who are doing their part for the Kingdom. Come to find out you can have an authentically Catholic college and a thriving football program. [ Laughter and applause ]

Make no mistake: You are entering into mission territory in a post-God world, but you were made for this. And with God by your side and a constant striving for virtue within your vocation, you too can be a saint.

Christ is King.

To the Heights.

  • harrison butker
  • benedictine college
  • Related Stories
  • Latest News

Kansas City Chiefs’ placekicker Harrison Butker speaks to college graduates in his commencement address at Benedictine College on Saturday, May 11.

Chiefs’ Harrison Butker Chides Catholic Leaders in Benedictine College Commencement Address

Catholic bishops should be more like St. Damien of Molokai, the three-time Super Bowl winner and outspoken Catholic said. ‘I believe that this audience and this venue is the best place to speak openly and honestly about who we are and where we all want to go, which is heaven.’

Kansas City Chiefs’ placekicker Harrison Butker speaks to college graduates in his commencement address at Benedictine College on Saturday, May 11, 2024.

Harrison Butker Supported by Kansas City Bishop, Prominent Catholics Amid Speech Backlash

Former Notre Dame football coach and Hall of Famer Lou Holtz publicly thanked Butker on Twitter Thursday for his speech.

Harrison Butker addresses graduates at Benedictine College on May 11, 2024.

Kicking Butker: KC Chiefs’ Star Torched on Social Media for His Graduation Speech

Mainstream media critics of Butker’s Benedictine College address went after him for what he said — and what he didn’t say.

Harrison Butker on the sideline of the AFC Championship in Baltimore on Jan. 28, 2024.

Chiefs’ Kicker Harrison Butker to Give Commencement Speech at Benedictine College

Butker, who offered advice last year at his alma mater, Georgia Tech, is known not only for setting NFL records but also for being outspoken about his Catholic faith.

Thousands of Catholics gather Friday at Sanford Center in Bemidji, Minnesota, for the Star of the North Eucharistic Congress.

Bishop Barron, Father Schmitz Help Light ‘Eucharistic Fire’ at Minnesota Congress

The congress was the prelude to the start of the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage’s Marian Route, which begins with Pentecost Sunday Mass and culminates at the national congress in Indianapolis.

Pope John Paul II alongside Dr. Jérôme Lejeune holding a child with Down syndrome.

‘St. John Paul II and Jérôme Lejeune: Two Lives at the Service of Life’

COMMENTARY: The threats to human dignity and the sanctity of life that Jérôme Lejeune and John Paul II strove so mightily to resist have intensified.

More than 3,500 participants took part in the Star of the North Eucharistic Congress in Bemidji, Minnesota, May 17-18.

Eucharistic Congress Marks ‘New Dawn’ In Minnesota Diocese Once Bruised By Scandal

Only a few years after being rocked by a clergy sex abuse coverup, the Diocese of Crookston is embracing its outsize role in the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage as a sign of healing and a moment of renewal.

A map of a few of the largest cities that will be traversed by the Serra Route of the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage.

The Longest and Grandest Portion of the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage: A Look at the Serra Route

This weekend, the faithful embark across the Golden Gate Bridge, to traverse the Rocky Mountains in Colorado and the Midwest’s Great Plains, as a public witness to the Church’s teaching that the Eucharist is truly the Body of Jesus Christ.

‘Rings’

There and Back Again: How J.R.R. Tolkien Helped Save a Marriage

What is Tolkien’s contribution to his fellow man but celebration in the eucatastrophe — a happy ending that comes after a journey fraught with peril?

The United States Supreme Court Building stands in Washington, DC.

Two Supreme Court Cases Serve as Latest Ground in the Battle for Life

Decisions in cases involving Mifepristone and emergency-room abortions are expected before the court’s term ends in June.

Banner bearing the image of St. Gianna Molla holding daughter Mariolina hangs in St. Peter’s Square on May 16, 2004, the day of her canonization.

St. Gianna, ‘Beautiful Witness of Hope,’ Offers Lessons Ahead of National Eucharistic Pilgrimage and Jubilee 2025

Italian saint canonized 20 years ago testifies to a life well lived, walking with Christ.

Dana Scallon will be honored by the Vatican today.

Catholic Singer Dana Scallon to Receive Highest Honor Vatican Bestows on a Layperson

Watch live online as Scallon is named a dame of the Equestrian Order of St. Gregory the Great, established in 1831, by Pope Gregory XVI.

4 Features of the Vatican’s New Documents on Apparitions

New norms give vatican greater say on alleged apparitions, what you need to know about new vatican norms on supernatural phenomena, on foot to fátima: a beautiful journey during the month of mary, synodal way isn’t answer to germany’s ‘mission country’ status, evangelization leaders say, cardinal fernández: vatican’s new apparitions guidelines stress ‘caution’ in discernment process, how life has changed for the girl who recovered her sight at 2023 world youth day, peru’s government considers transexualism a mental health problem: what you need to know, need to find a mass there’s an app for that, subscription options.

write speech bubbles

Subscriber Service Center Already a subscriber? Renew or manage your subscription here .

Subscribe and Save HALF OFF! Start your Register subscription today.

Give a Gift Subscription Bless friends, family or clergy with a gift of the Register.

Order Bulk Subscriptions Get a discount on 6 or more copies sent to your parish, organization or school.

Sign-up for E-Newsletter Get Register Updates sent daily or weeklyto your inbox.

COMMENTS

  1. Speech Bubbles: 10 Astonishing Templates for Presentations

    In this selection of 10 astonishing speech bubble templates, you will realize their uses are manifold. You will indeed find word balloons for quotes, ideas, and thoughts but also circular and linear process diagrams, radial converging charts, and other specialized slides. Choose the speech balloon template that best fits the needs of your next ...

  2. Free Editable Speech Bubble Template

    This versatile speech bubble is super easy to download and also completely free.Featuring a large, hand-drawn speech bubbles template, this wonderful resource is adaptable to a range of different games, activities and display purposes.It's also completely editable, meaning that you can fill your speech bubbles template with your own writing. Whether you wish to include vocabulary, maths tips ...

  3. Make a Pixel Speech Bubble

    Write some text and click Create to make your own pixel speech bubble. spike left spike right: speech bubble thought bubble: animated:

  4. Speech Bubble Maker: Add One To Your Photos!

    Customize your speech bubble's colors to accent your photos. Harmonize your design by customizing the colors of your speech bubble. Select the bubble and click on the colored circles to choose new colors from the color palette, or get the exact right hue from the color wheel. For example, if your friends are perched among autumn foliage ...

  5. Online Speech Bubble Maker

    Choose from hundreds of speech bubbles. Click Graphics → Icons or Vectors → then search "speech bubble" or "thought bubble" to reveal hundreds of choices. You'll find speech bubbles that are round and rectangular, some that are shaped like clouds and other oddly shaped text bubbles, and some that are filled in with a color and ...

  6. Wide Lined Speech Bubbles (Teacher-Made)

    Speech bubble templates are a wonderfully versatile resource, which can be used to enhance your classroom, and your pupils' learning, in multiple ways. Record questions to ask a character in the book your class is currently studying, or practise writing direct speech using the speech bubbles. Twinkl Key Stage 1 - Year 1, Year 2 Classroom ...

  7. Speech Bubble Templates with Lines

    Speech bubble templates are a wonderfully versatile resource, which can be used to enhance your classroom, and your pupils' learning, in multiple ways. If you'd like your pupils to learn particular quotes from a text or from a famous speech, you can record it on the speech bubbles, and stick them around your classroom, next to an image or ...

  8. Free Printable Speech Bubble Templates

    Writing Paper 36 36 products; Drawing Tutorials 30 30 products; Puzzles 3 3 products; Finish the Drawing 17 17 products; Cut and Paste 17 17 products; ... Free Printable Speech Bubble Templates - PDF Format. Downloading Instructions: Each speech bubble template has been saved onto an 8.5"x11" PDF. To download, click on one of the ...

  9. Free Printable Speech Bubble-Shaped Writing Templates

    Our writing templates include four different versions of each design. Wide-ruled lines (page 1) College-ruled lines (page 2) Handwriting lines (page 3) Blank template (page 4) Each template is a separate page in the PDF file.

  10. Online Speech Bubble Maker

    You can create a speech bubble image with your own photo or choose a random stock photo. Put speech bubbles on your photos and create your own comic strips within minutes! Phrase.It is a super simple speech bubble maker which allows you to generate great looking speech bubble photos. It's completely free and no sign-up is needed.

  11. FREE!

    In this Writing Speech Bubbles Video Lesson, Rupal takes children through the story of The Three Billy Goats Gruff. Children learn how to write a speech bubble for the different characters. Teacher-led lesson breaks down how to write a sentence using success criteria.Children will learn how to write a speech bubble. Our EYFS lessons are a great way for children to stay engaged and ...

  12. Editable Multicolour Speech Bubbles

    Speech bubbles (also known as speech balloons, dialogue balloons or word balloons) are a graphic convention used most commonly in comic books, comics and cartoons. They allow words to represent and be understood as the speech or thoughts of a character. They can also be used independently in displays as a space to add speech and text.

  13. 6 Free Printable Scrapbooking Speech Bubbles

    You can use the bubbles for journaling, quotes, or sayings on scrapbook page layouts of any theme. Instructions for Using Speech Bubble Printables . To save the speech bubble templates to your computer, simply right-click the full-size image and select "save as." To resize and print, right-click and select "copy."

  14. Lesson: To write speech and thought bubbles to show how a character is

    In this lesson, we will be going into role as the characters from 'Little Red Riding Hood' and writing speech and thought bubbles. Licence. This content is made available by Oak National Academy Limited and its partners and licensed under Oak's terms & conditions (Collection 1), except where otherwise stated.

  15. Make A Speech Bubble In Word

    To get the following speech bubble, drag the yellow handle on the right upwards and to the right. Do the same with the yellow handle on the left. The curve looks fine as it leaves the bottom point, but it soon goes awry further up. We can fix that by selecting the point (click on it) and then by dragging the leftmost yellow handle to the right.

  16. To write speech and thought bubbles

    In this lesson, we will be going into role as the characters from the story of 'The Little Duck' and writing speech and thought bubbles. Licence This content is made available by Oak National Academy Limited and its partners and licensed under Oak's terms & conditions (Collection 1), except where otherwise stated.

  17. 32 Speech bubbles English ESL worksheets pdf & doc

    The speech bubbles h. 847 uses. Paugaliza. SONG: GREETINGS. Listen to The Greeti. 16222 uses. vikoca79. Garfield reported sp. The students have to ... adverbs of frequency. this worksheet is go. 1793 uses. anarti. REPORTED SPEECH. Sts write in reporte. 1191 uses. Denizy. Places in town. SS look at the speec. 1030 uses. kifissia. Creative ...

  18. Manga Tutorial for Beginners 08 Let's draw frames and speech bubbles

    2. Speech Bubbles. There are various styles of speech bubbles as shown below. Before drawing the bubbles, create a layer for speech bubbles. Select "Add / 1 Bit" from the Layer tab and change the name to "Speech Bubbles" etc. After creating the layer, begin drawing the speech bubbles. Let's start off with the standard oval bubble ...

  19. Writing a speech bubble

    In this video Mrs Talkngton and Lily dog work together to write a speech bubble for Lanky Len and Hefty Hugh from the story 'What the ladybird heard'

  20. FREE!

    In this Writing Speech Bubbles Video Lesson, Rupal takes children through the story of The Three Billy Goats Gruff. Children learn how to write a speech bubble for the different characters. Teacher-led lesson breaks down how to write a sentence using success criteria.Children will learn how to write a speech bubble. Our Kindergarten lessons are a great way for children to stay ...

  21. 618 Top "Speech Bubbles" Teaching Resources curated for you

    My Name Is Speech Bubbles. Colourful Circles Writing Template. Editable Speech Bubbles. Editable Speech Bubbles (Multicolour) 45 reviews. Question Speech Bubbles Pack. Alien Themed Speech Bubbles 4 reviews. Superhero-Themed Speech Bubble Activity 8 reviews. Chalk Board Speech Bubbles 6 reviews. Speech Bubbles Worksheet.

  22. Speech bubbles with lines for writing

    Speech bubbles with lines for writing. Subject: English. Age range: 5-7. Resource type: Worksheet/Activity. File previews. doc, 23.5 KB. Used on display, children write captions about any topic. We linked it to Rights Respecting, took photos of children standing to the side and then the speech bubble coming from their mouths.

  23. Full Text: Harrison Butker of Kansas City Chiefs Graduation Speech

    Editor's Note: Harrison Butker, 28, the placekicker for the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League, delivered the commencement address at Benedictine College in Atchison, Kansas, on ...

  24. Tories tell police: Bring back stop and search

    Police must increase their use of stop and search to tackle knife crime rather than "appease" campaign groups who claim it is discriminatory, the policing minister has said.. Writing in The ...