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  • Bobcat Boards

    Use speech (or thought) bubbles on famous paintings to get students thinking/writing.

  • Megan Johnson

    Use speech bubbles on famous paintings to get students thinking/writing! Social studies check ins!

  • Cody Owen

    Add speech bubbles to paintings for a history assignment / writing prompt in class :-) or just getting students to conceptualize what it was like

  • monica lynn

    Use speech bubbles on famous paintings to get students thinking/writing! (Could also do with book covers)

  • Susi Pentico
    Susi Pentico • 46 weeks ago

    Where do we get the bubbles and or the historic pictures for us to use?

  • Janet Hovorka
    Janet Hovorka • 46 weeks ago

    Susi, you can use any kind of historical picture. Preferably from your family history. You could make bubbles in a photo program before you print copies. Or cut them from stickers and apply them to the copies.

  • Susi Pentico
    Susi Pentico • 46 weeks ago

    That is great but using as a Society workshop so will have to hunt for various ones that may apply. I found two so far. Thanks Also awaiting reply about charts and fees, etc.

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