Have your students show you a character's perspective by allowing them to look through the eye(s) of the character. With these eye templates, students can draw what they think the character sees or their viewpoint on a situation. The students can even do a reflective drawing that shows how a character's perspective has changed since the original drawing was done. This makes a very unique pair of eyes. I call this my "Here's Looking at You Kid!" activity. The kids love it!!!!