Lessons for Colors

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  • Unit Title: Artsy Insects - … will learn primary and secondary colors. Specific: Students will learn how to mix primary colors to create secondary colors. Connections: KERA Goals: 1 … of color. Students will learn what the primary and secondary colors are and how to mix two primary colors to make a secondary color … of color. Students will learn what the primary and secondary colors are and how to mix two primary colors to make a secondary color
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  • Leaves - … tree, have different shapes, and are different colors in autumn. TSWL that leaves change color in the autumn because they no longer … as a glorious celebration of fall. Autumn Leaf Color Why Do Leaves Change Color in the Fall? by Science Made Simple Science … away, we begin to see yellow and orange colors. Small amounts of these colors have been in the leaves all along. We … cause the leaves turn this glucose into a red color. The brown color of trees like oaks is made from wastes left …
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  • An Introduction to Poetry Using Color - … ask for volunteers to read their creative color metaphors. Students should also discuss how these color poems are different from prose (phrases … have been shared, students should select a new color (individually) and begin writing a color poem. Teachers should allow for writing time … site. ASSESSMENT TOOLS & TECHNIQUES Students' participation during the modeling of color poetry is the first evidence of the students' understanding. Once …
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  • Rain Orchestra - … dimensions. Working with primary and secondary colors will give students an understanding of color. An awareness of color, shape, and line also helps … teacher will review primary colors and secondary colors and discuss how secondary colors can be made from mixing primary colors together. 3. The teacher … mix secondary colors from primary colors, the teacher could give them a variety of colors to choose from. Using a variety of colors would …
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  • Visual Art - … . Vocabulary: Primary colors: The three basic colors from which all other colors are mixed (red, yellow, and blue.) Secondary colors: The colors that are mixed by adding two primary colors … of both the primary and secondary colors. Materials: baby food jars water food coloring watercolors individual blank color wheels finger-paints finger-paint …
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  • Color Wheel - … : Creating secondary colors by mixing primary colors. Rationale: Mixing the primary colors in different proportions creates all colors. By experimenting with different color mixes, students will have a greater understanding and knowledge of how colors … : to combine one or more things (primary colors) Primary colors: cyan (blue), magenta (red), yellow Secondary colors: purple, green, orange Procedures: Introduction: The …
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  • PlayDoh color wheel - … instruction and guided discovery will be used. VOCABULARY: Primary color, Secondary color, Combine - Primary color - pigment or paint that imparts a yellow, red … response. Ask what two colors make-up green? orange? purple? Ask what three colors are called primary colors? secondary colors? EVALUATION: The students will … and secondary colors. The teacher will visually check completed color wheels for the correct placement of all Play Doh colors. MATERIALS/PREPARATION: - Color wheel …
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  • Primary Color Mixing - … Colors, Secondary Colors Mixing putting two colors together to form a new color Primary Colors the fundamental colors, red, blue, and yellow, from which all other colors are derived. Secondary Colors the colors … explain a color wheel. Primary colors will be defined. I will point out the primary colors and their positions on the color wheel. The …
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  • Tissue Painting - … initial question: How many colors can we make from the colors we have here? (While showing the available tissue colors) 1. The teacher … colors to create a third color. Students will be asked if they can determine what new colors are formed by combining two other colors … ask if the students could create a new color by adding a different color to the existing blend. The students should understand …
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  • Kari Kennedy - … , and guided discovery will be used. VOCABULARY: design, shape, cool colors, warm colors, pattern, texture, and mood. Design: The way the pieces … the objects look like. Cool Colors: Colors that make you feel cool: blue, green, violet. Warm Colors: Colors that make you feel warm: red … think they know which colors are cool and which colors are warm. Show some examples of cool colors and warm colors. J Teaching Tip …
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