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Open children's eyes to the wonderful world of colors with a fun interactive game. From red, blue, and green to garnet, sapphire, and chartreuse, this resource engages young students in learning about all sorts of different colors.
Blue is sad, and red is angry, but why is that? Young artists explore the expression of emotions through art by observing and creating artwork. Starting with a questioning session about images of art, this plan moves into a sculpture...
Create colorful cool or warm butterflies with simple materials. Class members draw their designs, spray the marker to diffuse the colors, and attach pipe cleaners to form the shape of a butterfly with antennae. Individuals must be able...
What are your pupils' homes like? Incorporate their homes into a drawing lesson. Using an enlarged photograph, class members draw a grid so they can easily split their drawing in half. The final product should demonstrate cool colors,...
With a little extra tag board and some tempera paint, learners can explore warm and cool colors. They create a two layered drip painting where they focus on mixing both cool and warm colors to achieve a fascinating effect.
Students study and define primary colors and secondary colors. Using a compass, students draw a circle on a piece of paper and divide it into 12 pie pieces. They create a color wheel and demonstrate color mixing.
Students discuss the difference between warm and cool colors. They discuss things such as mood, seasons. Also, students take an imaginary trip inside of their bedrooms to figure out their bedroom is warm or cool in color. Students...
Young scholars examine the difference between warm and cool colors. They discuss the basic color wheel, reviewing primary, secondary and complimentary colors. An activity allows students to discover how to mix the warm and cool colors.
Students discuss how color construct meaning in art. They will demonstrate a technical knowledge and creative use of formal elements and principals of design. Students then discuss the way their selection of color contributed to their work.
Students outline several objects such as glue bottles, large paint brushes, scissors, etc. They add a few details to each object such as labels, handles, etc. and then draw two vertical lines and two horizontal lines across the page.