Kandinsky’s Circles is a wonderful inspiration piece.  Here is a super easy art piece for the young child.  It is great tracing and cutting practice.
 METHOD:  I made three sizes of circle tracers – large, medium and small.  (I used round caps and such to make the tracers out of manila folders.)  I had the children trace six circles of each size in six different colors.  They cut out the circles and stacked them from largest to smallest.  I told them to make sure each stack had different color circles.  I let them find their own way to construct the piece. They used glue sticks.
 This child built each stack, one at a time.
 This child put all the large circles down first.  Then the medium sized circles and so on!
Our inspiration piece:  Kandinsky’s Circles.

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