Create this display to learn about colors!
This engaging wall display teaches students the basics of color mixing.
To help students learn about primary colors and what to mix to create secondary colors.
Supplies Used: Light and dark cardstock (red, yellow, blue, green, orange and purple), white cardstock, PVA glue, foam adhesive pads, white paper, printer, scissors, A2 piece of black mountboard
The teacher will die-cut the materials for student use prior to the lesson.
- Die-cut your crayons using the (12963-LG) die. You will need the following crayons - 2 red, 2 blue, 2 yellow, 1 orange, 1 green and 1 purple (you will also need a light and dark shade for each crayon).
- Die-cut your 3 plus and 3 equals signs using the (A10620) die from white cardstock.
- For each crayon, adhere a different shade of that color on to the ends and center of the crayons to give extra detail.
- Adhere the crayons on to the mountboard by using the adhesive pads.
- Print and trim the words 'Color Mixing' and adhere to the top of the mount board.