24. Magazine Art
Get out those old magazines, and start cutting! Trim out as many facial features and accessories as you can (eyes, lips, noses, mustaches, ears, eyebrows, hats, earrings, etc.) and let the kids have a blast gluing them to pre-drawn heads. I’ll bet you could even print a few out with a quick Google search to make it even easier.
25. Hands & Feet Portraits
My daughter got a real kick out of this one! The idea is to trace their hands and feet onto a large piece of paper (they might need help with this part), and then let them draw their head, body, arms and legs in a way that looks like they are attached to their hands and feet. This gives the impression that they are floating away in space! This is a fabulous classroom activity, too. Read more and see additional drawings like this here.
26. Paper Weaving
I have great memories of doing this in school, but never realized the amazing things you can make with this technique! You’re basically going to fold one piece of paper in half and cut several slits in the paper where your paper strips will be weaved in and out of. Try doing this with paintings and photos for a really cool effect! Check out this blog for lots of paper weaving ideas.