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    • PRIMARY COLOURS
    • Title: Primary colours Art contents : Primary and secondary colours, Mondrian English contents: Primary and secondary colours, shapes, materials ( brush, felt-tip pen, glass, plate,painting) Objectives: - To differentiate primary and secondary colours - To know Mondrian and the abstract painting.
    • MATERIALS
    • MATERIALS: BRUSH PLASTIC GLASS PLASTIC PLATE PAINT FELT TIP PENS
    • PRIMARY COLOURS
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      • Some links to work with:
      • - Presentation on colours:
        • http://www.childrensuniversity.manchester.ac.uk/interactives/artanddesign/talkingtextiles/colourwheel.swf
        • Review on primary, secondary, tertiary
        • or complementary colours:
        • http://resources.education.tas.gov.au/item/edres/e09d5cf8-d645-3ee2-4ab5-a49cf8a03811/2/ColourPoetry.zip/cwheel.swf
        • Getting to know the meaning of colours:
        • http://www.mariaclaudiacortes.com/colors/Colors.swf
        • See them in http ://outroblogmais.blogspot.com/
    • LITTLE BLUE AND LITTLE YELLOW Watch this video on mixing colours for 1st cycle
    • WORK WITH THE PRIMARY COLOURS AND MIX THEM With this handout childen have to colour A, C and E with the primary colours and B, D and F with the colour they obtain from mixing them.
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    • THEIR WORKS
    • MONDRIAN Piet Mondrian was born in the Netherlands in 1872. His father was a drawing teacher. He studied painting in Amsterdam. He worked as a teacher too. He painted with primary colours ( blue, red and yellow) in rectangles and squares and sometimes triangles. He died in New York in 1944.
    • EVOLUTION IN MONDRIAN´S ART Have a look at this video on Mondrian´s evolution
    • SOME EXAMPLES TO SHOW THEM
    • MAKE YOUR OWN PIECE OF ART
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