Creative kids will love this activity that sees them draw an imaginary creature. The twist? They’ll have to work with others to build up the picture and won’t see the result until the end. This activity is great for developing confidence at working in a group and bound to end in fits of giggles!
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Once they’ve completed their picture, encourage kids to give it a name!
- Pen or pencil
- Colouring pens/pencils (optional)
About the activity
On a piece of paper, the first player draws the head of the creature. Before passing it to the next player, fold the paper over so they cannot see what’s been drawn, leaving a small amount of the neck peeping out. The next player then draws the body and arms and then folds it over, again leaving a small amount of the torso peeping out. Continue drawing, folding and passing the paper around the players until the creature has a head, body, hands, arms, legs and feet. When the drawing is complete, unfold the paper to reveal the finished creature!