What Am I?

The children sit in a circle and each child is given a large piece of paper. At the top of they are asked to draw a head (they may choose to draw any head - a person, an animal, a bird, even a robot). The piece of paper is then folded so that the head cannot be seen and this drawing is passed to the next child on the left. Each child now continues the game by drawing  the top half of a body. The paper is folded again so that neither the head nor body may be seen.

Carry on passing the drawing around the circle so that the bottom half of the body, the legs and, last of all, the feet are completed. Pass the completed drawing one last time and get the last child to unfold the picture and 'name' the finished creature'.

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