Drawing a Tiki face is all about making symmetrical shapes, and usually captures the attention of some of the more “restless” students.
1. Give the students a sheet of brown construction paper, and ask them to fold it in half vertically so they know where the center of their face will be. Using the sample Tiki face for inspiration, demonstrate how they can draw eyes, nose and mouth in this style, always taking care to center shapes on the middle fold line. Emphasize that they are to draw lots of outlined shapes that will be colored in later.
2. After the face has been drawn in pencil, give the students a black marker to trace all the pencil lines.
3. Distribute construction paper crayons and have the students fill in all the cool shapes they made, along with the background.