Combine the idea of rings or color and a tree and you get a fun Kandinsky for kids project. Great for warm and cool color studies too.
If you can, get your hands on the most colorful paper possible, it will make a big difference in your results.
The card stock found at craft stores is my favorite, but construction paper is ok if you get the good stuff. Anything but the old faded stuff.
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1. Cut a green grass shape and glue it to a blue background. Draw a tree trunk and cut from a sheet of black paper. Glue it down with a glue stick.
3. Make leaves by cutting and gluing circles to larger pieces of paper. Trim them as shown.