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Feelings

Feelings
Feelings
Feelings
Feelings
Feelings
Feelings
Feelings
Feelings
Product Description
Feeling power point. How do colors make you feel?

Want to really have some fun with your students?

Use this slideshow to introduce that colors can be associated with feelings. For example the color red is often associated with anger (also love sometimes!). This slideshow goes through the three primary colors red for anger, yellow for happy and blue for sad and is full of fun effects that allow you to ask the students questions and then wait for their answer before you reveal what the slideshow says.

This slideshow can be used many ways. However, I designed it to be used with music. I played all different kinds of angry, happy and sad music to evoke feelings and then students were allowed to make any kind of art they wanted to make to the different kinds of music. You can choose the songs you like and give students whatever materials you feel are appropriate. I've used, crayons and I've used paint---it just depends on what is appropriate for your group. This can be a lesson on color or a lesson on feelings. Have fun with it!

Thank you for making art with your students!
Jenny K. 

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