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

The ABCs of Art- Black & white printable materials of color theory.

When I was young one of my favorite things to draw and color was something similar to this. It's a crazy quilt style of movement, harmony and color. I began in the center of a page and let the pencil flow over the page intersecting, overlapping line and loops with one easy flow; then filled in the holes however I enjoyed doing so. Anyone else do that?

Beyond gorgeous. Looks MS or HS but I bet I could get my 5th graders to do something along these lines.....in rainbow order, zentangles, a mix....soooo pretty!

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Teaching color theory? Help student remember the color families with this poster! Primary, Secondary, Warm, Cool, Neutral, Analogous, Monochromatic and Complementary Colors

Teaching Grace colors. I think this would help. Although I might make my own version, lol.

Digication e-Portfolio :: W. Scott Russell :: Classroom Management

Circle onto grid, branches onto circle--just make sure your two color schemes are sufficiently cotrasting, then go for tints and shades

I am adamantly opposed to coloring sheets, but this might be okay to leave for a sub. Students could use warm colors on the top and cool on the bottom to reinforce the difference between warm and cool. 2nd and 3rd grade.