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  • Molly Anne

    Add speech and thought bubble to famous paintings (and pictures from higher level history texts for my 4th and 5th graders) to get kids thinking and expressing language from another perspective

  • Kylene Campbell

    Use speech bubbles on famous paintings to get students thinking/writing! Perfect way to incorporate writing in social studies!

  • Danielle

    Writing prompt, with thought bubbles on famous paintings.

  • Casey Materese

    Use speech bubbles on famous paintings to get students thinking/writing! (I would use with a book cover too)

  • Susi Pentico
    Susi Pentico • 50 weeks ago

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

  • Janet Hovorka
    Janet Hovorka • 50 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 • 50 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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