Draw as many objects as you can using circles as the foundation of your sketch.
- Pen or pencil (Something to write with)
- A few pieces of blank paper
- Draw a minimum of five rows of four circles on a piece of paper. The circles can be any size.
- Select the order of each participant. The first person draws one thing—anything—using one or two of the circles in the drawing. Then pass the paper to the next person.
- The next person draws one thing using one or two of the circles, without repeating any drawing that has come before. For example, if a moon has been drawn, a second moon is not permitted. This person then passes the paper to the next person.
- Keep going until all the circles are filled.
Try these activity variations:
- Turn this into a solo activity. Try to fill an entire sheet of circles independently.
- Use a different shape, not circles. Fill a page with rows of triangles, ovals, squares or rectangles, and do the challenge.