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Colours[1]

  1. 1. Joan Badger Bairdmore School
  2. 2. Teacher Notes Su bject: Art Topic: Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Colour Title: Colour Grade(s): K-6 Cross-curricular link(s): Intended learning outcome(s) · Students to learn primary colours · Students to learn secondary colours and how to create them · Students to learn about tertiary colours and how to create them · Students to learn how these colours relate to one another on the colour wheel Recommended usage: How to use Notebook(TM) software L earn helpful tips and tricks for developing and presenting lesson activities. © 2005 SMART Technologies Inc. All rights reserved. For further information, please see copyright notice . All images are from Microsoft Clip Images
  3. 3. Colour Windows(R) operating system and Mac OS X operating system software Submitted by Joan Badger
  4. 4. The colours we see are lightwaves absorbed or reflected by everything around us. In nature, a rainbow is white light that is broken apart by the moisture in the air. People discovered that white light can be broken apart using tools like prisms. The colours of the visible light spectrum are red, orange, yellow, green,blue, indigo and violet.
  5. 5. Colour Wheels show how colours are related. Primary, secondary and intermediate colours are organized on a circular chart.
  6. 6. Primary colours are red , blue and yellow . Primary colours cannot be made from other colours.
  7. 7. Secondary colours are green , orange , and violet . A secondary colour is made by mixing two primary colours. Each secondary colour is made from the two primary colours on either side of it in the colour wheel. Secondary Colours
  8. 8. Arrange the squares to make the colour sentence true. Move to reveal the answers + = ? ? ? + = ? ? ? + = ? ? ?
  9. 9. http://www.sanford-artedventures.com/play/color1/color3_j.html Intermediate colours are sometimes called tertiary colours. They are made by mixing a secondary and a primary colour together. Arrange the squares to make the colour sentence true. Tertiary Colours + = ? ? ? + = ? ? ?
  10. 10. Create your own colour tiles to add to the chart

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