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In this add on, you'll add another sprite
that describes your art piece.
This sprite might even act surprised by what's happening
to the Mona Lisa.
This add on will give you some ideas to help you get started
but use your own creativity and ideas to build this add on.
What might a tour guide or art expert say
about the Mona Lisa in your project?
To start, add another sprite to your project.
Click choose sprite from library.
Here, you'll find all sprites included in Scratch.
Once you found a sprite, select it.
You can move this sprite to any part of the stage
by clicking and dragging it.
Next, program a few things for your sprite to say
about the Mona Lisa.
In this example, the sprite turns a few times
when the green flag is clicked
so the sprite will describe that.
Click to select the sprite you just added
so that any code you build will be for this sprite.
Then, click looks and drag out a save for two seconds block.
Type a phrase for your sprite to say about the Mona Lisa.
It might be something like,
the Mona Lisa only changes color
when she is not being watched.
Or, the Mona Lisa likes to take short walks
in the afternoon.
In this example the sprite introduces the painting,
then acts surprised when it moves.
Once you have say blocks that describe the Mona Lisa,
add a when flag clicked event to run your code.
You can even add a third sprite to your program
to discuss what's happening to the Mona Lisa.
Be creative, be silly and have some fun
with the sprite that you add.
Now it's your turn.
Add another sprite to your project.
Add say blocks and edit them to describe the Mona Lisa.
And finally, use a when flag clicked block
to run the say block.