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Re: artsednet-digest V2 #1153

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MPBC90
Sun, 10 Jan 1999 12:37:15 EST


In a message dated 1/8/99 4:47:26 PM Eastern Standard Time, owner-artsednet-
digest.edu writes:

<< a student who is color blind. The student only
sees bright colors like oranges and yellows but he cannot distinguish lights
and darks. Does anyone have any advice on how we can help the student to
begin >>
I have also come across two first grade boys who are color blind...and would
appreciate any info or insights regarding this. My father is colorblind, and
when I called him to ask him about it, one comment the made was "When someone
says, 'Look up at that rainbow!' and I look where they are pointing, I only
sees a white band in a gray-looking sky." My 6 year old heard me repeat this
and sadly replied, "You mean grampa has never seen a rainbow like we do?" Any
insights are welcome. Are there different "degrees" of colorblindness, for
example?
Thanks, Mary-Pat