THE
COLOR

WHEE
L

Ms. Michelle B. Copones
The Color Wheel
Did you know that. . .

SIR ISAAC NEWTON
PRIMARY COLORS
PRIMARY COLORS
Secondary Colors

Hint: Look 
between 
yellow and 
red.
Secondary Colors

+
YELLOW

=
RED

ORANGE
Secondary Colors

Hint: Look 
between the 
red and the 
blue.
Secondary Colors

+
RED

=
BLUE

VIOLET
Secondary Colors

Hint: Look 
between 
yellow and 
blue.
Secondary Colors

+
BLUE

=
YELLOW

GREEN
SECONDARY COLORS

ORANGE

VIOLET

GREEN
TERTIARY COLORS
Red-violet

Blue-violet

Red-orange

Yellow-orange

Blue-green

Yellow-green
SHORT QUIZ
1. A chart that shows the relationship of
different colors to each other.
2. This group of color is considered ...
ANSWERS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Color Wheel
Primary Colors
Green
Sir Isaac Newton
Tertiary Colors
THE END
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  • Alright, are you all ready for some color review?
    Who can tell me what the three primary colors are?
    That’s right, red, blue, and yellow. The primary colors are the colors from which all of the other colors are created.
  • Alright, are you all ready for some color review?
    Who can tell me what the three primary colors are?
    That’s right, red, blue, and yellow. The primary colors are the colors from which all of the other colors are created.
  • As I mentioned just now, the primary colors are mixed in specific pairs to create the secondary colors.
    If you mix red and blue together, what do you get?
  • As I mentioned just now, the primary colors are mixed in specific pairs to create the secondary colors.
    If you mix red and blue together, what do you get?
  • As I mentioned just now, the primary colors are mixed in specific pairs to create the secondary colors.
    If you mix red and blue together, what do you get?
  • Can anybody tell me what the three secondary colors are?
    Yes, green, orange, and violet are all created from combinations of red, blue, and yellow.
  • Tertiary colors are a result of mixing a primary color and a secondary color.
    You can see the tertiary colors lie in between a primary and a secondary color on the color wheel, and their names are really easy to remember; its just a combination of the primary and secondary color
    So for instance, if you mix red and violet together, you’ll get a color called red-violet.
    If you mix yellow and orange together, you’ll get yellow-orange
    What do you get when you mix blue and green?
    That’s correct, blue-green
  • The Color Wheel

    1. 1. THE COLOR WHEE L Ms. Michelle B. Copones
    2. 2. The Color Wheel
    3. 3. Did you know that. . . SIR ISAAC NEWTON
    4. 4. PRIMARY COLORS
    5. 5. PRIMARY COLORS
    6. 6. Secondary Colors Hint: Look  between  yellow and  red.
    7. 7. Secondary Colors + YELLOW = RED ORANGE
    8. 8. Secondary Colors Hint: Look  between the  red and the  blue.
    9. 9. Secondary Colors + RED = BLUE VIOLET
    10. 10. Secondary Colors Hint: Look  between  yellow and  blue.
    11. 11. Secondary Colors + BLUE = YELLOW GREEN
    12. 12. SECONDARY COLORS ORANGE VIOLET GREEN
    13. 13. TERTIARY COLORS Red-violet Blue-violet Red-orange Yellow-orange Blue-green Yellow-green
    14. 14. SHORT QUIZ 1. A chart that shows the relationship of different colors to each other. 2. This group of color is considered as the sources of all colors. 3. It is a color formed by mixing yellow and blue. 4. He is the first person who developed the color wheel. 5. These colors are produced by mixing two equal amount of primary and secondary colors.
    15. 15. ANSWERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Color Wheel Primary Colors Green Sir Isaac Newton Tertiary Colors
    16. 16. THE END 

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