In the process of reviewing the arts and culture of Ancient societies in 6th Grade and Gothic Rose Windows in 7th Grade, scholars use a compass to draw a classic Rosette. First, they drew a circle in the middle of the paper, then, placing a dot on the side of the circle, used the compass to draw a new circle. At the point where the new circle intersects the original circle, scholars drew new circles, forming a total of six circles around the original circle. Potential meanings of shapes considered by the various cultures were also reviewed each step of the way, such as "pair" for two circles, "triad" for three, etc. Scholars discovered additional shapes within the structures, such as the Vesica Pisces, the almond-shape that appears in the middle when two circles are drawn. Enjoy the slideshow of Rosettes by 6th and 7th Gr. scholars.