The Bubble Map is used for describing using adjectives and adjective phrases. The center of the map has the main idea, and the circles that branch out contain the adjectives (or Adjective phrases that describe the main idea). Sometimes, bubble maps may look like a cluster or a web, but students should not get confused over it. Instead of making bubble maps with complex tools, use free bubble map makers like EdrawMax or EdrawMax Online. The free tool offers team collaborations, personal cloud space and supports multiple formats. As the below concept bubble map diagram suggests, a concept bubble map is normally represented by one word or short phrase in oval or rectangular shape. At the same time, a concept map may include concepts, links, hierarchies, cross-links, and relevant examples.