This lesson deals with colour theory; creating 3 different colour schemes that reflect a design created with open block letters treated with value. It could easily be integrated with Math by substituting Math symbols in lieu of letters. Students will learn about colour relationships while attempting to emulate the same value from frame to frame.
This is another lesson that works well with pencil crayon, in terms of mixing skills, but could also be done with watercolour. It's the same level of complexity, as far as I am concerned. I have also written a philosophical statement on why I choose to emphasize using pencil crayons that supports this lesson. Click HERE for this FREE statement:
Making Art with Pencil Crayons: Philosophical Statement
This is rated as a Middle to High school level of skill.
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Drawn into Colour: Coloured Pencil Crayons and the Adolescent Brain