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Nice collaborative color wheel project. Students can work on this when they finish a project before other classmates.

Download and print. Use color pencils, markers, or crayons to fill in the chart and squares provided and learn more about color theory.

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Ice Cream Cone Watercolor Painting

Bring this drawing to a restaurant and use while your food to come. Art Projects for Kids: Ice Cream Cone Watercolor Painting

Color Basics :: HUES are the 12 purest brightest colors forming the full spectrum ~ 3 Primary Colors; 3 Secondary Colors; 6 Tertiary Colors. A TINT (sometimes called a pastel) is any color with white added. A SHADE is any color with black added. A TONE is created by adding gray. Tones are somehow more pleasing to the eye, more complex, subtle sophisticated. ...ღTrish W ~http://www.pinterest.com/trishw/

The most beautiful, quilled color wheel that I have ever seen! - by: Teodora Todorova - www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=631692250178233=o.106736552755222=1

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Dancing on the color wheel!

creative color wheel

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Art I: Color Wheel Project

Art I: Color Wheel Project. 12 section mandala was created and each section was colored in tints and shades of the color wheel. It seems the same value was used in each section. I Specific criteria is not given. For middle school I would use 6 sections.

Color wheel- always looking for new approaches. I think I get as bored as the kids from teaching it the same way each semester!

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Color Wheel for Elementary Students I’ve found that most color wheels are either too complicated (lots of sections and subsections) or too simple (three overlapping balloons) for your average elementary student. My solution is to make my own, and also diagram primary, secondary, warm, cool and complementary colors. You can download a copy for free HERE (new link). Enjoy!