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Answers to Extra Challenges
  1. Most children will include some sort of scale, so that the smallest person looks the smallest on the page and the people get progressively larger.
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  2. Answers will vary. Encourage students to use labels for each of their drawings. In case you can't figure out their drawings, having labels will help you determine whether their comparisons are correct.
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  3. Generally, the leg is longer than the arm. Children's feet might be smaller than, equal to, or larger than their heads.
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