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I Wonder What You're Thinking, Mona Lisa
The enigmatic expression of Leonardo da Vinci's "Mona Lisa" prompts kids to imagine what this famous lady is thinking. First they fill in a thought bubble and then they explain why they believe these are her thoughts.
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- Project a color image of the painting
- Provide class members with a brief history of the artist and the debate about Mona Lisa's expression
- The template includes an image of the painting
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