I worked in England for ten years and am now the English section coordinator in an international school in France. My resources cover all areas of the curriculum at varying levels as many of the children that I teach now do not have English as a first language.
As part of a project on Ancient Egypt the children create an enlargement of this image of Tutankhamun. Number the back of the image in black and white to match the numbers on the coloured picture. Cut out 35 larger squares, (the size will depend on how big you want the final image to be). Give each child in the class a small piece of the image and ask them to recreate it to scale on the large square. The final picture can be painted or coloured. I have also tried a collage version using shiny paper. It makes a really good display in the class and the children enjoy collaborating to produce the final picture.