When he died, Leonardo da Vinci left thousands of notebook pages full of his ideas and drawings. So what better way to introduce your students to da Vinci than to have them create a notebook about him?
-9 pages on: his birth and death, his early life, his paintings, drawings, and inventions, and his backwards writing
-Information about the Renaissance
-Images of the Mona Lisa, The Last Supper, and various inventions and sketches, as well as information about each
-Images of da Vinci's self-portrait, his childhood home, his first known drawing, and a map of Italy
-Blank pages for students' drawings and notes