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Colour Wheel (Basic 12 colour wheel) Canadian spelling
This basic worksheet can be used to introduce students to the standard Artist's colour wheel, based on 12 colours (primaries, secondaries, and tertiary colours). Two versions have been provided: - One formatted on letter sized 8.5x11 inch paper. - One formatted on legal sized 8.5x14 inch paper to b
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Spinning Color (Colour) Wheel Reference Activity
This short activity has been designed to give students a colour wheel (12 colours) that spins, allowing students to check complementary colours, split complementary colours, triads, and analogous grouping. Four versions of the file is included in the zip file: Canadian/British spelling of COLOUR
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Colour Wheel lesson
A colour wheel lesson which has the theory with examples and instructions for a practical task (creating a colour wheel with coloured pencil and oil pastels). This is a great straight forward lesson to cover the basics of colour theory with your art and design classes. A template for the colour whee
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Crayon colour wheel poster (color wheel)
Printable A3 poster featuring the colour wheel made from a box of crayons. Warm and cool colours are shown. All colours are named with their colour type listed (primary, secondary, tertiary). The poster also shows some of the harmonious colour schemes (complementary, analogous and triadic). Inspire
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14 Elements of Art Posters with Modern Colour Wheel - Canadian Edition - RYB/CMY
This package includes two sets of professionally designed Elements of Art Posters. This kit has a total of 14 posters: seven using the traditional colour wheel and seven using the modern colour wheel. This kit was designed for students of grades 5 and up. The language and suggestions range from
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Colour Wheel with Theory
This Colour Wheel is labelled with the Primary, Secondary and Tertiary colours. It also indicates which colours are warm, cool, complementary and analogous. The colour wheel is a great introduction to colour theory before a studio or art history lesson.
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Value Colour Wheel
This value colour wheel displays primary and secondary colours in their respective hues, tints, tones and shades. This resource also indicates how to mix white, grey or black to achieve these colours. When mixing with paint the teacher can also adivse students to enrich their greys and blacks with d
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Multi Use Colour Wheel Worksheet
This worksheet can be used as a template for all sorts of activities. My favourite is giving the students the primary colours, red, yellow and blue in plasticine or clay and have them mix the secondary colours themselves. The lesson can be expanded to have them colour the wheel in also or instead.
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Colour Wheel Poster
A simple colour wheel poster for the art and design classroom. Informs students about the monochromatics, primary, secondary and tertiary colours. Printed versions available. International postage and handling available.
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CMY Colour Wheel
Use the Cyan-Magenta-Yellow (CMY) model to create all the colours of the rainbow. Large space is provided for the CMY primary colours, medium space for the secondary colours, and a smaller space is provided for each of the tertiary colours. Included is a reference for Cotman watercolour paints (name
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Colour Wheel
One-page worksheet with room for three primary colours (large circles), three secondary colours (small circles), and six tertiary colours (rectangles). I have used this with Red-Blue-Green as well as Cyan-Magenta-Yellow systems.
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Art Space videos are for the absolute art beginner. Practice the Basic Colour Theories you learned in 'How to Paint with Acrylics HANDBOOK for the Absolute Beginner"! Painting a Colour Wheel LESSON #4, is a step-by-step lesson, that will show you how to create your own colour wheel through careful
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Blank Colour Wheel
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Colour Wheel Poster
Standard colour wheel poster for the art and design classroom
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Elements of Art Journal for Primary Grades - a Differentiated approach
This is a cute, easy to prep, comprehensive unit on the Elements of Art. It's specificially targeted at elementary aged children. Thank you for your interest in my Elements of Art Journal for Primary Aged Children. Both the American and Canadian spellings for 'colour/ color' are includedThis Jour
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Hollywood Theme Film Strip Bulletin Board Border
Hollywood Theme Film Strip Bulletin Board Border. Includes: - Printable black and white film strip border - Printable colour wheel film trip border
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Art: Colour Theory Unit
I wrote this unit to compliment the IBO theme - How We Express Oursleves. That unit looked at art as an expression of an artist's uniqueness. In order to understand 'art' students needed to understand about the elements of art in more depth. Colour Theory explains: the colour wheel, primary colours
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Colour Theory
This package includes a 65 page follow along PowerPoint, 4 page printable publisher worksheets and resources and a 6 page pre typed customisable lesson plan template. This is a power point follow along that will help students to understand how the Primary, Secondary andTertiary colours are mixed,
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Crayon colour theory presentation (color theory)
A 16 slide presentation to introduce kids to colour theory and colour harmony with fun crayon illustrations. The presentation is a great introduction to colour theory and covers:• warm/cool colours• types of colours; primary, secondary, tertiary• shades, tints and tones• the colour wheel• harm
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Art Elements for Kids
A handy collection of printables designed to supplement an art program whilst introducing children to the basic elements of art. This resource is designed specifically for Australian schools, these printables are designed to fit A4 sized paper and has Australian spelling -e.g. colour. A US version
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Elements of Art: Colour
Lessons about basic colour theory including the Colour Wheel, mixing colours, primary, secondary and tertiary colours, harmonious (analogous) colours, complementary (contrasting) colours, psychology and expression with colour, as well as related artists and artworks. Includes lesson plans for colour
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Crayon colour theory mini-book (color wheel, color theory, color harmony)
Teach kids about colour theory and colour harmony with an 8-page mini-book (made from one sheet of paper). It also has a bonus poster featuring the colour wheel on the back. Watch the preview video to see how it works. The mini-book is a fun introduction to colour theory and covers:• warm/cool colo
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The Headdress Unit
This Unit is an opportunity for students explore their own cultural heritage or that of another’ through the way people dress. You will be using gouache paint and paper to construct a three dimensional head dress that is inspired by the cultural influences of traditional costumes. From research and
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How to Paint with Acrylics LESSONS for the Absolute Beginner
Are you a new art teacher or absolute art beginner? Here's what you need to know to get started- Use this book on its own or as a reference guide and compliment to 'How to Paint with Acrylics LESSON VIDEOS', also found on this site. Lessons are suitable for curious students age 13-113. The 'How
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