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  1.   Colored Light and Plant Growth
LEOs Print Version (this will remove all of the AccelerateU imagery and text). Title: A Lesson: Colored Light and Plant Growth for Grade 4 Unit: Topic: Needs of plants/controlled studies Standard Level: Elementary Grade: Grade 4 Start - End Date: There is no start - end date specified This LEO was created by: Jennifer Baxter Connected Rubric: Learning Context: Observing the effect of different colored ligh...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  2.   Color Story
Practice color words with a word processing program. Objectives Students will identify the names of colors by changing the words in a word processing document to the appropriate color. Procedure Write a story that includes several color words. Have the students read the story on their computers. Have the students change...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  3.   Our favorites in gum, ice cream, pets, and colors
Our favorites in gum, ice cream, pets, and colors Patterson Links to Files Associated with This Lesson Students favorites(mdb) OBJECTIVE:. The students will be able to State their own favorites in several categories Assist in manipulating data from a database Recognize similarities of others and themselves ACTIVITY: The students built a database with ass...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  4.   Color Value
Larry Prescott Madison Middle School Rexburg, Idaho Color Value Study - Using Chuck Close as a Catalyst 7th Grade Acknowledgments: Judy Decker of ArtsEdNet - Judy helped organize my ideas and provided the links located in the resource section of this plan. Goal: Students will understand color has value and select colors based upon value to create the illusion of...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  5.   Phytoplankton and Ocean Color
Lesson #3: Phytoplankton and Ocean Color Introduction/Rationale/Background Satellites are able to collect four types of ocean data: sea surface temperature, sea surface height, ocean color, and ocean roughness. Ocean color is affected by the amount of phytoplankton (algae) present. The greener the ocean, the more phytoplankton present; the bluer...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  6.   CGEE: Frog Learning Activites: What Color Am I?
Learning Activities: What Color Am I? Suggested Grades 2-6 Concepts Adaptation, camouflage, defense, predators Identification of various anuran species found in Minnesota Time 30-45 Minutes Catalyst Question How does the color of a frog help its survival? Background The skin of amphibians is important to their survival. It performs many...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  7.   Creating Arts - Art Making: How Do I Make Color Expressive?
Contents Pete and Poker 1.Art as Inquiry Introduction Description Analysis Technique Interpretation Judgement Student Model Assignment 1 Rubric 2.Art in Context Introduction What is Art History Student Model Conducting Interview Assignment 2 Rubric Turkish Student Model 3.Creating Art Introduction Color and Painting Assignment 3 Student Evaluation Student Model Rubric 4.Art as Inquiry Introduction Art Theories Assignment 4 Rubric Search ArtsWork: Students > Expressionism > Lesson 3 > Introduction Printable Page Lesson 3 Creating Arts - Art Making How do I make color expressive? Introduction Art making is...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  8.   Leo Lionni's A Color of His Own
Lesson Plan ID: 9726 Title: Leo Lionni's A Color of His Own Overview/Annotation: Students will summarize a Leo Lionni story through drawing and writing. Students will also mix the three primary colors to make secondary colors. Content Standard(s): AED(K) Visual Arts 1. Use selected materials to produce works of art. AED(K) Visual Arts 4. Identify line, s...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  9.   Expressionism: What's the deal with these strange colors?
Lesson Plan ID: 567 Title: Expressionism: What's the deal with these strange colors? Overview/Annotation: The students will gain a good understanding of the history of Expressionism painting and its use of color and paint application to establish an "emotional feel". They will use this knowledge to create their own expressionistic oil painting. Content Standard(s): AED(7-12) Visual Arts:...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  10.   Mixing Colors to Make Orange and Green
Lesson Plan ID: 13026 Title: Mixing Colors to Make Orange and Green Overview/Annotation: This is a hands-on lesson using paints to mix colors. This lesson could be used when teaching a unit on color recognition and would follow lessons where the three primary colors had already been introduced. It utilizes an interactive website about colors. Cont...
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    Grade Level: K-12


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