Here is one.
Draw a circle. Make sure to find the centre or use a compass (not sure if this is the correct word! That thing
from the geometry kit!).
Draw a shape - any shape, but make sure it is pointing at the opposite ends and fits in the circle.
Place one pointy at the centre of circle...trace! Move it a certain number of degrees (using other thingy from geometry kit
) and trace again. Keep repeating until you have gone all the way around.
You can also do the same thing using identical cut out shapes and glue.
Here is another one - it uses metric.
Turn a white 8.5 x11 sheet sideways. 11 inches equals 28 centimeters. Hopefully your ruler shows this, if not, I am sure there are templates on line or you can use math to figure it out!
Now, write your name in bubbles and circles!
Let's do kathy:
K - draw a vertical line at 11 cm. 1 letter per cm. a=1, b=2, c=3, etc
a - vowels are tricky. You could just draw them the size you like, or figure out a rule for them. For simplicity's sake, I will stick with random.
Draw a circle of the size you like, but its centre must fall (as it is an "a" on the invisible 1 cm line)
t - draw a vertical line at 20 cm
h draw a vertical line at 8 cm
y - draw a circle whose centre is on the 25 cm line
Colour the cirlces one colour and the bubble another.
Going off the page with circles is fine
, as is going over lines with circles.