Primary And Secondary Colors Power Point Quiz

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Explore the primary and secondary colors while making a radial design with this PowerPoint color quiz incorporated into the lesson of a radial design. Made by an art teacher for the third grade classroom.

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Primary And Secondary Colors Power Point Quiz

  1. Primary and Secondary Colors on the Color Wheel Used in a Radial Design Third Grade – PowerPoint Quiz By Mr. Justin Shankster Click here to learn about primary and secondary colors
  2. Shankster’s Paint Shop Question: Which three colors on the color wheel are the primary colors?
  3. Yes, you are correct. Primary colors cannot be made by mixing other colors on the color wheel. Pick another primary color. Shankster’s Paint Shop
  4. Shankster’s Paint Shop Yes, you are correct. Primary colors cannot be made by mixing other colors on the color wheel. Pick another primary color.
  5. Shankster’s Paint Shop Yes, you are correct. Primary colors cannot be made by mixing other colors on the color wheel. Pick another primary color.
  6. Shankster’s Paint Shop Yes, you are correct. You have found all of the primary colors on the color wheel. Notice how they are spread evenly on the color wheel. Continue onward to the next question
  7. Shankster’s Paint Shop Nope, please try again.
  8. Shankster’s Paint Shop Nope, please try again.
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  12. Shankster’s Paint Shop Nope, please try again.
  13. Shankster’s Paint Shop Nope, please try again.
  14. Shankster’s Paint Shop Yes, the primary colors make the brightest impact when placed next to each other. Find another primary color.
  15. Shankster’s Paint Shop Yes, the primary colors make the brightest impact when placed next to each other. Find another primary color.
  16. Shankster’s Paint Shop Yes, the primary colors make the brightest impact when placed next to each other. Find another primary color.
  17. Shankster’s Paint Shop Yes, you are correct. You have found all of the primary colors on the color wheel. Notice how they are spread evenly on the color wheel. Continue onward to the next question
  18. Shankster’s Paint Shop Sorry, that is incorrect.
  19. Shankster’s Paint Shop Nope, please try again.
  20. Shankster’s Paint Shop Nope, please try again.
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  23. Shankster’s Paint Shop Nope, please try again.
  24. Shankster’s Paint Shop Nope, please try again.
  25. Shankster’s Paint Shop Yes. You will find many primary colors in elementary schools because they are so bright and fun. Find another primary color.
  26. Shankster’s Paint Shop Yes. You will find many primary colors in elementary schools because they are so bright and fun. Find another primary color.
  27. Shankster’s Paint Shop Yes. You will find many primary colors in elementary schools because they are so bright and fun. Find another primary color.
  28. Shankster’s Paint Shop Yes, you are correct. You have found all of the primary colors on the color wheel. Notice how they are spread evenly on the color wheel. Click here to continue to the next question
  29. Shankster’s Paint Shop No, no, no Try again
  30. Shankster’s Paint Shop Nope! Please try again.
  31. Shankster’s Paint Shop Nope! Please try again.
  32. Shankster’s Paint Shop Nope! Please try again.
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  34. Shankster’s Paint Shop Nope! Please try again.
  35. Shankster’s Paint Shop Nope! Please try again.
  36. Shankster’s Paint Shop Question 3: What secondary color is made using the primary colors of red and yellow + = ?
  37. Shankster’s Paint Shop Incorrect. Hint: red and yellow make a warm color. Try again. + = ?
  38. Shankster’s Paint Shop Incorrect. Hint: Pick the color in between the red and yellow on the color wheel. Try again. + = ?
  39. Shankster’s Paint Shop Correct. Orange can be made by mixing together red and yellow. + = Continue on to the next question
  40. Shankster’s Paint Shop Question 4: What secondary color is made using the primary colors of blue and yellow + = ?
  41. Shankster’s Paint Shop Incorrect. Hint: blue and yellow make a cool color. Try again. + = ?
  42. Shankster’s Paint Shop Incorrect. Hint: Pick the color in between the blue and yellow on the color wheel. Try again. + = ?
  43. Shankster’s Paint Shop Correct. Green can be made by mixing together blue and yellow. + = Continue on to the next question
  44. Shankster’s Paint Shop Question 5: What secondary color is made using the primary colors of red and blue + = ?
  45. Shankster’s Paint Shop Incorrect. Hint: red and blue make a cool color. Try again. + = ?
  46. Shankster’s Paint Shop Incorrect. Hint: Pick the color in between the red and blue on the color wheel. Try again. + = ?
  47. Shankster’s Paint Shop Correct. Purple can be made by mixing together red and blue. + = Continue on to the next step
  48. Radial Design Step One: “Lightly” draw a vertical line in the center of the paper. Continue on to the next step
  49. Radial Design Step Two: “Lightly” draw a horizontal line in the center of the paper. Continue on to the next step
  50. Radial Design Step Three: “Lightly” draw four of the same shape in a radial design. Tip: Turn your shape on each line that you trace it. Continue on to the next step
  51. Radial Design Step Four: “Lightly” draw a second shape in a radial design making sure you overlap your first shapes Tip: Make sure that you overlap your shapes Continue on to the next step
  52. Radial Design Step Five: “Lightly” draw a third shape in a radial fashion. Make sure you overlap one of the shapes Tip: Make sure that you overlap your shapes Continue on to the next step
  53. Radial Design Step Six: “Lightly” draw a fourth shape in a radial fashion. Make sure you overlap one of the shapes again. Tip: Make sure that you overlap your shapes Continue on to the next step
  54. 1. Erase the vertical and horizontal lines (click on the eraser). 2. Trace the pencil lines with a sharpie marker. Radial Design
  55. Radial Design 1. Erase the vertical and horizontal lines. 2. Trace the pencil lines with a sharpie marker (click the marker picture).
  56. Radial Design 1. Erase the vertical and horizontal lines. 2. Trace the pencil lines with a sharpie marker. Continue to the coloring rules
  57. Color Quiz: Rules Rule One (click here) Rule Two Rule Three
  58. Color Quiz: Rules Rule One: Only put primary colors inside of the parts of shapes that do not overlap. Rule Two (click here) Rule Three
  59. Color Quiz: Rules Rule One: Only put primary colors inside of the parts of shapes that do not overlap. Rule Two: Only put secondary colors inside of shapes that are made from overlaps. Rule Three (click here)
  60. Color Quiz: Rules Rule One: Only put primary colors inside of the parts of shapes that do not overlap. Rule Two: Only put secondary colors inside of shapes that are made from overlaps. Rule Three: Secondary colors can only be made when the appropriate primary colored shapes overlap to create them. Continue to the color questions
  61. Color Quiz Lets test our skills by coloring in our secondary colors into this radial design. What secondary color belongs between the rectangle and triangle?
  62. Color Quiz Incorrect. Hint: yellow and red make a warm color. Try again.
  63. Color Quiz Incorrect. Hint: Pick the color in between the yellow and red on the color wheel. Try again.
  64. Color Quiz Correct. Orange is made by mixing red and yellow together. What secondary color belongs between the rectangle and circle?
  65. Color Quiz Incorrect. Hint: yellow and blue make a cool color. Try again.
  66. Color Quiz Incorrect. Hint: Pick the color in between the yellow and blue on the color wheel. Try again.
  67. Color Quiz You are correct. The green is made by mixing yellow and blue. What secondary color belongs between the heart and circle?
  68. Color Quiz Incorrect. Hint: blue and red make a cool color. Try again.
  69. Color Quiz Incorrect. Hint: Pick the color in between the blue and red on the color wheel. Try again.
  70. Color Quiz: Finished Correct. Red and blue mixed together make purple. Awesome. You have completed your radial design of primary and secondary colors. Click here to return to the title slide End the Color Quiz

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