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#monochromatic #colortheory #art #middleschoolart #tint #shade Students used drafting tape to create interesting sections, chose a color and started to mix tints and shades.

Interactive color wheel. Could have the students mix and color the colors with so many different media on the same card.

Great idea when teaching color wheel. Site also has other pictures of great art projects. - love the look of concentration!

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Color Wheel for Kids

Worksheets: Color Wheel for Kids (3rd grade)

Teach and Shoot: ocean animals, color value project. This but with way more personalization and freedom.

HUE: These are the family of twelve purest and brightest colors. 3 Primary Colors 3 Secondary Colors 6 Tertiary Colors They form the full spectrum of colors which progress around the Primary Color Wheel in gradual increments. With just these twelve colors, you can literally mix an infinite number of color schemes. Most of the time you will modify these twelve basic hues by mixing in other colors.

Mandala Color Wheel Tutorial The following exercise gives students the opportunity to explore a 12-hue color wheel, combined with a gray scale of each color. Through its radial repetition, the pattern for each of the segments becomes a mandala. The idea for this color-pattern exercise came by way of a book that I own, titled “Drawing the Light From Within”, by Judith Cornell. The sample image below was created by my student, Ann O’Keefe. The first thing that the student will n...

We traced the circles onto white paper, drew a highlight, then painted each circle to make a sphere using analogous colors. Analogous colors are beside each other in the color wheel and they blend beautifully!

#monochromatic #colortheory #art #middleschoolart #tint #shade Students used drafting tape to create interesting sections, chose a color and started to mix tints and shades.