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Friday, October 29, 2010

Kindergarten Color Study






From PRIMARY colors to SECONDARY colors! That is what these kindergarten students are learning about. They are identifying colors that belong in each catagory. These projects show the result of mixing two primary colors together to produce a secondary color. The pumpkins are examples of painting with the mixed colors. The fish are collages, where the students painted the paper first, mixing two primary colors, and then, later, cut shapes out and glued them into their composition.

2 comments:

Dee Dee Tamburrino said...

Those were beautiful! Thanks for sharing! It's sad when a kindergartener can mix colors and paint better than a grown-up :)

Betsy McCall said...

Wow Jen, what fabulous young artists you are developing! Their work is beautiful!!!