Each box lists and describes a color scheme or color group vocabulary word.
31 boxes total. Approximately 2 x 3 inches each
Cut out and tape to 3x5 cards for a visual aid to learn color theory vocabulary and see color schemes.
- Students can keep a card for reference while working on art.
- Students can look at cards to pick a color scheme.
- If students are having a hard time picking colors, hold cards upside down, close your eyes and pick a surprise color scheme.
- Students can color blank cards to learn vocabulary and color matching.
page one: 9 Elementary boxes (warm, cool, 3 complementary, classic primaries, secondaries, neutrals and process primaries.)
Note: I included two different sets of primary colors for classic or process color theories. Either works with the green/orange/violet secondaries. Many curriculums still call for red/yellow/blue classic primary colors, but, in practice, process primaries are more useful for color mixing.
page two: 10 Advanced Boxes. (1 list of tertiary colors, 3 complementary tertiary color schemes, 6 analogous color schemes)
page three: 12 Advanced Color Schemes (12 tertiary analogous color schemes)