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Introduction to Colors
Introduction to Colors
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Introduction to Colors

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  • 1. Beth Martin
  • 2. An Introduction To The World of Colors
    In this unit, we will be discussing many aspects of colors. We will be learning to:
    Identify the 3 primary colors
    Identify the 3 secondary colors
    Identify objects associated with colors
    Identify emotions, moods, behaviors
    Identify black and white colors
    Read and write the names of each color
  • 3. Primary Colors
    BLUE
    RED
    YELLOW
  • 4. Secondary Colors
    VIOLET
    ORANGE
    GREEN
  • 5. Secondary colors are made up of mixing the three primary colors, for example:
    When you mix RED and BLUE you get VIOLET
    When you mix YELLOW and RED you get ORANGE
    When you mix BLUE and YELLOW you get GREEN
  • 6. Everyday objects can be associated with colors, for example:
    When riding in a car we see traffic signs or lights
    Red means “STOP”
    Yellow means “YIELD”
    Green means “GO”
  • 7. Colors can also describe someone’s mood, for example:
    When someone is mad or angry, we usually associate them with the color red
    When someone is sad or down, we usually associate them with the color blue
  • 8. Black and White
    Black is actually not considered a color, it doesn’t emit or reflect light.
    White is a color, it emits and reflects light.
    When mixing black with another color, the color will become darker.
    When mixing white with another color, the color will become lighter.

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