Online Kids Madlibs: Art Museum

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4 thoughts on “Online Kids Madlibs: Art Museum

  1. My dad took me to an art museum. The first painting we saw was a neon yellow rocks by William Gentry. My dad tried to explain how it represented ‘a swim meet’, but I didn’t get it. I was much more interested by the room of painters from 412 B.C.. I saw some amazing interpretations of broken golf clubs, but the best painting in the room was of Nicki Minaj mooing. The beauty of that scene made me feel depressed. I’m so glad we went to the museum!

  2. my dad took me to an art museum. The first painting we saw was a green milks by john Malcom. my dad tried to explain how it represented `water`, but I did not get it. I was more interested by the room of painters from 1945. I saw some amasing

  3. My dad took me to an art museum. The first painting we saw was a Black Lol by Thomas Jefferson. My dad tried to explain how it represented ‘Work’, but I didn’t get it. I was much more interested by the room of painters from 2016. I saw some amazing interpretations of Busy Cars, but the best painting in the room was of George Washington Talking. The beauty of that scene made me feel Tired. I’m so glad we went to the museum!

  4. My dad took me to an art museum. The first painting we saw was a red straitjackets by Rick Astley. My dad tried to explain how it represented ‘music’, but I didn’t get it. I was much more interested by the room of painters from 1985. I saw some amazing interpretations of abstract microphones, but the best painting in the room was of one of the Proclaimers rocking. The beauty of that scene made me feel excitement. I’m so glad we went to the museum!

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