When I first saw this I thought it would be an easy way to teach the kids about Abstract Art and Kandinsky. Then as our year evolved with our art and the time came for this craft, it became even easier. Instead of the kids folding their paper into 6ths, I figured each child could do their own circle on a piece of paper and then I would assemble it on the wall where we have been hanging our art projects. We would have a giant reproduction of Kandinsky's Circles!
And if you wanted to get a little more crafty, using an actual canvas and frame and make your own art like this blogger did. Or you can help your kids out a little by drawing the circles for them to color in. Be sure to print out his biography so the kids know whose art they are copying!