There are many different versions of these Kandinsky circles on children's art websites. Ours were made by making 2 or 3 pastel circles then washing over them with watercolour to fill in the background. This is a good option for young kids who never seem to be able to fill in all the white spots on a piece of paper! Each child made 2 squares, then we put them together to create one big piece of artwork. Mrs. Urdang came up with the bulletin board tittle "Can You Hear My Artwork?" which went well with our introduction of the artist and his ability to hear colour.
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Renee Landry is an Elementary School Teacher in Rothesay, NB.
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