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Tuesday, June 5th, 2012
In today’s lesson, we’ll show you a great hands-on way to learn primary and secondary colors, review patterns and get kids weaving.
We begin today’s lesson by going over the primary colors, or colors that can be combined to make other colors. The primary colors are red, yellow, and blue. Now when you combine any two of these primary colors, you create a secondary color. Secondary colors are orange, purple, green, and can be in varying shades.
If this concept is new for your child, a fun way to really drive home this information is to take the clothes they are wearing and have them point out all the items that are primary colors. Maybe go around the room and see how many secondary color items can be found? Make a game of it, who can find the most primary color items in a minutes time? (more…)