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Re: Color Demonstrations

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Mark Alexander (mamjam)
Mon, 9 Feb 1998 22:10:01 -0500

Dear Larisa,

One of my favorite color demonstrations is mixing red yellow and blue
modeling clay. I cut litle nubs of each color, handing out to primary
colors to each student. We smush 'em and mix 'em and smush 'em some more,
then like magic our two primary colored clay nubs turn into a secondary
color! Works well with k-2.


At 2:12 PM 2/9/98, Anna L Velasco wrote:
>Hello fellow artsednet friends. I am collecting DEMONSTRATIONS on color
>for my Science methods course. I know that you would have many wonderful
>suggestions for me. The purpose is to be dramatic but easy in order to
>get kids excited about science. I think this is a great turn towards
>integration of art in the classroom. We all know how difficult that is
>these days what with funding and everything......Thanks for any
>suggestions....if possible could you send information to me via my
>personal email....alv
>Thanks ;)