Back when I taught primary students I did a lesson using playdough.
First I would give 1/3 of the students red playdough, 1/3 yellow, 1/3
blue. I let them play with it for a little bit, then I had them split
it into 2 parts & trade with someone, so each person ended up with 2
primaries. They mushed them together & discovered for themselves what
color their 2 colors made. I never tired of this lesson, listening to
their cries as they figured it out!
> All this talk about color theory got me thinking about different
> ways to
> teach primary colors, and I am now thinking of developing a lesson
> plan that
> focuses on "Primary Pies" (and maybe "Secondary Slices" as a follow
> "Primary Pies" might work out well for Kindergarten's for their "P"
> week. In
> brainstorming mode, I started thinking about how "Primary Pies"
> could have
> colors that are Pasted in Place, Perhaps with Patterns Printed on
> Polkadots would be a natural choice! Last year we composed with
> and Pinstripe Patterns drawn with colored Pencils during P week.