I collect pictures of famous people from magazines, (preferably A4 size). Children can choose a picture which they then cut in half. Stick one half onto a piece of drawing paper and draw in the other half. It sometimes helps to turn the paper upside down so that the children look at specific lines, not the person as a whole. They can then colour in their drawn half matching the original as closely as possible. Once finished, the pictures can be mounted and make a great display in the classroom.
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