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Overview:
Students learn about primary, secondary and tertiary colors.  
Subject:
Arts and Humanities, English Language Arts, Physical Science
Level:
Lower Primary, Upper Primary
Material Type:
Lesson, Lesson Plan
Author:
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Date Added:
10/13/2020
License:
Creative Commons Attribution
Language:
English
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Text/HTML

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B Manker on Feb 26, 10:28pm

Provides background and practice, but activities are a mixture of those geared toward younger students and those that are much more difficult. If the "Harold and the Purple Crayon" video is inaccessible, any of the books would serve as a nice hook for the lesson. There are multiple points throughout the lesson plan where extensions/connections could be made.

Play-Doh and crayons are mentioned, but paint or colored pencils may also be used when mixing colors.

One instruction asks the teacher to "have [students] create a masterpiece using the primary, secondary, and tertiary colors they just learned about" but provides no guidance on how to do this. Depending on the age level, more guidance is recommended.

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