I used the compass' on the bottom right and my students used crayons.
You can do one of the following to create these:
1. Give your kids a set number of circles and a set number of diameters and have them create a picture using these measurements.
2. You could give them a diameter recording sheet and have them create as many circles as they want, but no less than five, and then record their diameters.
3. You could do either suggestions 1 or 2, but have them create the circles out of construction paper, or another type of paper, cut them out, and glue them onto another sheet! It would be a totally different effect!
It's completely up to you. I would suggest taking it one step further and have them record the radius and circumference of each circle as well! It's a wonderful learning opportunity that they will have a blast doing! It's so much fun as a teacher to see their end products.
Take a look at what my students made!
I hope I inspired you a little through this post! If you have any questions, feel free to leave me a comment!