Lessons for Colors

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  • "Nuts" About Peanuts! (Reading) - … in groups of similar organisms (e.g., flower colors in pea plants, fur color and pattern in animal offspring). Local/National Standards … in groups of similar organisms (e.g., flower colors in pea plants, fur color and pattern in animal offspring). Content Standard(s … in groups of similar organisms (e.g., flower colors in pea plants, fur color and pattern in animal offspring).Local/National Standards …
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  • Uncle Tom's Cabin - … faces at the corners), pbw00378 (1904? color stamping), pbw00384 (1927? color stamping), pbw00388 (1911? full color illustration on white box? actual cover has … stamped in white metal), pbw00330 (1900? full color onlay), pbw00364 (1899? color stamping), pbw00376 (1897? multi-color stamping). Other figures/scenes: pbw00299 (1902 … technique of illustration (gold stamped, black stamped, multi-color stamped, full color onlay, full color on paper cover)? the location of the illustration …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Up on Top - … to fill in the row names with hair colors represented in the class. The Color of Our Hair Blond Brown Black Red … when a card is drawn. (Impossible hair colors will vary according to the colors represented in your class.) Tell the students that … is drawn. (Whether or not any hair colors are certain depends on the hair colors represented in your class.) Tell the students … be impossible to draw? Are there any colors that would be certain? Are any colors more likely to be drawn than the …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • Eye to Eye - … about their eye color. Distribute the Eye Color activity sheet. Eye Color Activity Sheet Instruct students to color in their eye color, cut out the … color of their partner and return to the classroom to color in the eye color of the student they surveyed using the Eye Color activity sheet. After students color and cut …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • Adjacent Circles - … the number of ways that a pattern can be colored with three colors and following certain rules generalize the number of possible … shown. Each of the five circles must be colored solidly with one of three colors: red, blue, or yellow. Two circles connected … and 2 choices for C. But once those colors are chosen, then the color of both A and D are determined - both … are 36 possibilities when 3 colors are used. For 1 color, there are 0 possibilities, and with 2 colors, there are 2 possibilities …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Gel-O-Colors!! - … colors. These colors can be refracted through a prism into the visible spectrum. Originally, Newton developed a color wheel based on the primary colors of red, yellow and blue. This color wheel is still used when mixing colors with … are the basic components of all colors. Additional Links: Colors of Light gives basic facts about colors and lights and has a fun …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • What's Bright Red and Invisible? - … green light and absorbs all other colors. White objects appear white because they reflect all colors of light in the visible spectrum … visible spectrum (red, orange, yellow, green, blue and violet). These colors combined together appear white. Red light has the longest wavelength … , selectively filters out all other colors of the spectrum but blue. Students should observe that the color black disappears first, followed by …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-8
  • What Do You See - … there are primary and secondary colors. This lesson will allow students to experiment with colors to determine which colors are primary and which … are called primary colors because there is no color that can create these colors. Green, purple, and orange are called secondary colors because they can be created by mixing the primary colors
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • The Solution to Pollution is Dilution - … colorimetry. Colorimetry uses the intensity of the color of an unknown matched with the color intensity of reference standards to determine concentration … to avoid stopping up the pumps) Red food coloring & eye dropper (enough food coloring for 1 drop per plastic shoebox) 1 sheet … part per thousand. Can you still see the red color? Compare the colored water to distilled water. 2. Then take 1 cc …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Mixing Colors - … of students creating different colors through experimenting with the primary food colors. Color wheel diagram with the secondary colors filled in around the circle. Advanced Preparation by Teacher: 1. Color Wheel 2 … : Review the primary colors on the color wheel. Have the students predict what colors would be created if the primary colors were mixed together …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
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