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"You cut one up in grid blocks. You can
either label the back of each piece or not..if you
don't, it is more like a puzzle. You give each child
a square piece of blank white tagboard (or any heavy
paper) and have them copy their piece. It is up to
you whether you ask them to duplicate the colors or
I did a similar project with a digital photograph of
the our principal making a funny face. Each student
received a 1 cm piece of the photo and a 12X12" piece
of drawing paper. They replicated their tiny piece
and we put them together on the gym wall. The
students didn't see the photograph and the pricipal
didn't know all the facts. It was great fun. We did
this as a part of the semester exam.
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