In "Wonderful Welcome," a Tapestry of Faith program
The children will be making self-portraits. Have each child lay down on the paper and cut a sheet a bit longer than the child is tall. An adult or youth can trace the person's body. Or, if using construction paper, help children outline a head and shoulders. Invite the children to draw their own features and clothing as accurately as possible.
Co-leaders and volunteers should also make a self portrait if they will participate in the next Activity 5, How Are We Different? How Are We the Same?
If mobility issues prevent a child from lying down, allow all participants to choose to draw a head-and-shoulders self portrait instead of a whole-body portrait.
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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