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### Color slide show

1. 1. The Color Wheel By: Valeria and Camden
2. 2. The color wheel is a wheel that has the primary, secondary, and tertiary colors. Primary colors are colors that have not been mixed, cannot be broken down. These are red, blue, and yellow. Secondary colors are made up of two primary colors. For example, red and blue is violet (purple.) Yellow and blue is green. Red and yellow is orange. Tertiary colors are primary and secondary colors mixed. If you look at the color wheel below, you can see the different colors like violet red. I will read the color wheel for you starting from yellow and going to the right.
3. 3. What would you get when you mix red and blue? Hint: Look between the red and the blue .
4. 4. Great job! You would get violet!
5. 5. What would you get when you mix yellow and blue? Hint: Look between yellow and blue.
6. 6. Awesome! You would get green!
7. 7. Now, what would you get when you mix red and yellow? Hint: Look between red and yellow.
8. 8. Great job! You would get orange.
9. 9. Now we are moving tertiary colors. Tertiary colors are primary colors and secondary colors combined into a wonderful world of tertiary colors.
10. 10. Let's talk about orange-yellow. Orange-yellow is a mixture of orange and yellow. Look on the color wheel and see if you can find orange yellow.
11. 11. Next in the color wheel is red-orange. Once again, it is a mixture of red and orange. Red- orange is near orange-yellow on the color wheel. See if you can find it!
12. 12. Next is violet-red. Of course, it is a mixture of violet and red. Can you find it on the color wheel?
13. 13. Now blue-violet is in the spotlight. I think you know. It is a mixture of blue and violet. It is the next tertiary color on the color wheel. Can you find it?
14. 14. Here is the tertiary color that I think most people know. Blue-green. What is it a mixture of? Great! Blue and Green. Look for it on the color wheel.
15. 15. Now to the last tertiary color. Yellow-green. This color is most common around the world. It is a mixture of yellow and green. Look for it.
16. 16. Well, there you have it. The whole color wheel. Thank you for watching our color wheel slide show. By: Valeria and Camden