Aug 8, 2012

Color Wheel for Elementary Students

I’ve found that most color wheels are either too complicated (lots of sections and subsections) or too simple (three overlapping balloons) for your average elementary student. My solution is to make my own, and also diagram primary, secondary, warm, cool and complementary colors. You can download a copy for free HERE (new link). Enjoy!

11 comments:

Creatively yours Fi said...

Fabulos :)) Thanks soooo much x

Susan @ homeroad.net said...

Thank you for all your great ideas and printables, I use them in my classroom for my after school art program all the time!
Susan
Homeroad.net

CBH said...

Thank you so much for this post. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in CBH Digital Scrapbooking Freebies (please, notice the new url for my blog), under the Page 4 post on Aug. 09, 2012. Thanks again.

Kara S said...

A thousand thank yous for all the info you share with other art teachers

Resham Mukherjee said...

Thanks for sharing a simplified version of the Color Wheel. Will definitely use it in our Art workshop!

dreampainters said...

Thank you so much, this is exactly what I need!

Tulip TrueAim said...

There are so many amazing resources here! I am getting ideas for my preschool class. I am a new follower. Hope to see you at True Aim!

Anu Ganesh said...

Thank you very much! Going to use this to teach all about colors to my preschooler.

Dynelle Dunn said...

Thank you, your website is great, this is perfect to put on my SMART board

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This looks like lots of fun for a journal page to experiment with some new water soluble crayons I have been gifted and some paints too.