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warm hand colors, cool background colors. They trace their hands onto circle background and then color. Great illustration for our being the hands and feet of God while teaching about color theory.

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Sun and moon - warm/cool colors, pattern, line Could draw in sharpie and color with colored pencils

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color theory chart - beautifully simply way to learn this (plus the fact that I suck at combining colors LOL!)

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

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