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The 'Draw Yourself' page is a great way to let children express themselves - as well as getting their creative juices flowing and inspiring the artistic nature within them. The concept is an easy one: give the students free reign to draw themselves and you create a collage of their work in a gallery style page on your yearbook. Sounds good, right?

You could suggest that they draw just their head shots, or fully body drawings, or even them a scenario - where they see themselves in fifteen years doing their dream job, what best represents them, or what super hero they would be.

Showcasing your students' artwork is always going to make great content, and a wonderful way to break up your yearbook if there's a lot of writing in. For a bit of fun, you could even link it up with your 'Guess Who' page and see if students can guess who the drawings are of!