All About Colors!

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All About Colors!

  1. 1. Sandy Han
  2. 2. Touch We’re going to feel the texture between paint and crayons and compare them. Paint Crayons  How does the paint feel?  Is it hard or soft?  How does the texture of the crayons feel compare to paint?
  3. 3. See Paint Crayons  What do you see when the paint comes out of the tube?  What does the paint look like?  What does the crayons look like?  What do you see left on the picture after you used the crayons?  Do you see anything left over on the picture when you use the paint?
  4. 4. Smell Paint Crayons  What does paint smell like?  Do you like the smell of the paint or crayon better?  What does crayons smell like?
  5. 5. Taste - We will use strawberry to represent red, blueberry to represent blue, and banana to represent yellow. How do each color taste?
  6. 6. Paint Create your own art work using paint.
  7. 7. Crayons Create your own art work using crayons. Discuss and compare artwork.
  8. 8. TEKS  §117.2. Art, Kindergarten.  (A) glean information from the environment, using the five senses; and  (B) identify colors, textures, forms, and subjects in the environment.  (2) Creative expression/performance. The student expresses ideas through original artworks, using a variety of media with appropriate skill.  (B) share ideas about personal artworks and the work of others, demonstrating respect for differing opinions; and  (C) relate art to everyday life.  (4) Response/evaluation. The student makes informed judgments about personal artworks and the artworks of others. The student is expected to:  (A) express ideas about personal artworks; and  (B) express ideas about original artworks, portfolios, and exhibitions by peers and artists.

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