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  1. Kate Hellendall Colors Learning the Color Wheel Continue

  2. Colors • For Teachers • For Students

  3. Environment • Classroom • Outdoor applications possible • Be sure students first grasp the material • Students can identify colors and use new vocabulary outside the classroom Return to Menu Continue

  4. Learners • 4th grade students • Large or small groups of students • Requires no physical materials and thus is makes for a great lesson plan with a low budget Return to Menu Continue

  5. Objectives • Given this power point students should be about to identify a primary vs. secondary color • Given this power point students should know which primary colors mix to make which secondary colors • Given this power point students should comprehend how to use the color where related vocabulary • Given this power point students should be able to use the color vocabulary in the out doors Return to Menu

  6. Moving to the next slide • Once you understand the material use the orange button to move to the next slide

  7. This is the Color Wheel

  8. These are the primary Colors

  9. Primary colors • The starting colors from which all other colors are made Yellow Red Blue

  10. The primary colors form a triangle on the color wheel

  11. Primary colors

  12. Quiz Question • Which of the following is a Primary color? A. Purple B. Red C. Green

  13. Correct! Great Job! You are really getting this! Move on

  14. Incorrect Better try again! You haven’t grasped the material yet. Practice makes perfect! Try Again

  15. Quiz Question Which one of the following objects is a primary color? (Click on the object)

  16. Correct! Great Job! You are really getting this! Move on

  17. Incorrect Better try again! You haven’t grasped the material yet. Practice makes perfect! Try Again

  18. Quiz question Which part of this picture uses a primary color? A B C

  19. Correct! Great Job! You are really getting this! Move on

  20. Incorrect Better try again! You haven’t grasped the material yet. Practice makes perfect! Try Again

  21. warm and cool colors The color wheel can be broken down in other ways too Warm colors Cool Colors

  22. Warm and cool Colors • Warm Colors • Yellow • Orange • Red • Cool Colors • Green • Blue • Violet

  23. Warm Colors Warm Colors Often represent HOT things

  24. Cool colors Cool Colors often represent COLD things

  25. Quiz question Which of the following is a Cool Color? A. Blue B. Yellow C. Red

  26. Correct! Great Job! You are really getting this! Move on

  27. Incorrect Better try again! You haven’t grasped the material yet. Practice makes perfect! Try Again

  28. Quiz Question Using the following information which group has more primary colors? • Warm Colors: • Red • Yellow • Orange • Cool Colors: • Blue • Purple • Green A. Warm Colors B. Cool Colors

  29. Correct! Great Job! You are really getting this! Move on

  30. Incorrect Better try again! You haven’t grasped the material yet. Practice makes perfect! Try Again

  31. Variation within one color These all appear to be blue. Here is how we can tell them apart

  32. Variation within one color Light Blue Primary Blue Dark Blue

  33. Creating a tint of a color Adding White to a color makes it lighter. Any color lighter than the primary or original version is a tint of that color. This lighter blue is a tint of the Primary blue we started with Original Blue White

  34. Creating a shade of a color Adding Black to a color makes it Darker. Any color darker than the primary or original version is a shade of that color. This darker blue is a shade of the Primary blue we started with Original Blue Black

  35. Variation within one color Light Blue Primary Blue Dark Blue Tint Original primary Shade

  36. Activity: Create your own Shade • Remember: Shade means adding black and making the color darker Begin

  37. Activity:Create your own Shade Start by picking a color

  38. Activity: Create your own Shade • Pick how dark of a shade

  39. Activity: Create your own Shade • Pick how dark of a shade

  40. Activity: Create your own Shade • Pick how dark of a shade

  41. Congratulations You made a Beautiful new shade! Continue

  42. Congratulations You made a Beautiful new shade! Continue

  43. Congratulations You made a Beautiful new shade! Continue

  44. Congratulations You made a Beautiful new shade! Continue

  45. Congratulations You made a Beautiful new shade! Continue

  46. Congratulations You made a Beautiful new shade! Continue

  47. Congratulations You made a Beautiful new shade! Continue

  48. Congratulations You made a Beautiful new shade! Continue

  49. Congratulations You made a Beautiful new shade! Continue

  50. Quiz question Is this new color a tint or a shade? A. Tint B. Shade Original Color New Color