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You Will Need
- Kraft paper
- Paper models of body parts
Cut kraft paper
Have the students pair off or assign them partners. Provide each pair with two sheets of kraft paper, one for each student, each piece about 6 inches longer than the corresponding student.
Lie on the paper and trace
Tell the students to take turns tracing their partner's body onto their kraft paper with a marker. Remind them to stay very still.
Cut out the silhouettes
Help them cut out their body silhouettes. Let them have fun coloring their silhouettes to look like themselves.
Write their names
Write their names on the backs of their body pictures and tape the pictures to a wall. When you teach them a new part of the body, have the students create a paper model of that part and place it in the correct position on their paper silhouettes, until they have a complete model of the human body.