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Re: [teacherartexchange] color wheel worksheet

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From: Michal Austin (whest177_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Sep 26 2010 - 18:36:01 PDT


We are still allowed food in our classrooms for parties, special
occasions, and educational purposes. The lunchroom is our only junk
food free zone. So far there haven't been any mandates handed down
from our state on what to do with students who bring soda in their
sack lunches either.
~Michal

On Sep 26, 2010, at 8:06 PM, Barbara Marder wrote:

> oops-food is out.
>
> The new sweets free zone schools are in session now.
>
> Cupcake police are in full force and apples and carrots are in.
>
> That being said there are so many ways to do color wheels:
>
> collage color wheels, junk color wheels, etc
>
> or google a simple template-there are many.
>
> Barbara from Boston
>
> On Sep 26, 2010, at 8:54 PM, San D Hasselman wrote:
>
>>
>> One of my colleagues taught the colorwheel to that level using
>> white icing and food coloring and vanilla wafers. It was always a
>> hit.
>>
>> I was always surprised when 9th and 10th graders didn't know color
>> theory. I always thought they should have that nailed by the time
>> they got to 9th grade.
>>
>> When I taught 9th and 10th beginnign Foundations classes I would
>> always do drawing with value first, then translate the drawings
>> into monochromatic paintings, then I transitioned into color, using
>> complements for shading and white for tints.
>>
>> San D
>>
>>
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