This worksheet is to be used as a follow by direction. I use my document camera to show students the worksheets as I and them complete the worksheet. Before we start I hand out containers with red, blue, and yellow crayons. The boxes of full crayons sets of 16 and over have red-violet, red-orange, blue-green, cerulean, indigo, etc. For young learners looking for the right color this can be difficult if they do not read well yet. Then we "read" the worksheet starting with the first square. We color it all together. Then the next square. The last square in the grouping is a "mixing" square. They are going to want to color it half and half but don't let them skip ahead until they have heard the directions. They need to color first one color over the whole square and then the second color on top to make a new color. The bottom part (the color wheel) I encourage the students to do on their own.I explain that it is simular to the top but this is in a color wheel form. I explain a little bit about color wheels. (They help artist decide on what colors to use, they help artist mix colors, etc) I circulate to see if they understand what to do. I give additional help as needed.