Splish, Splash, and Blue (Know Your Colors) (Know Your Colors) ePUB

by Christianne C. Jones Features: Reading Consultants - Color Wheel - Activity - Fun Facts - Book List
Standards: Core Knowledge Visual Arts Kindergarten and Grade 1: Observe how colors can create different feelings and how certain colors can seem "warm" (red, orange, yellow) or "cool" (blue, green, purple). Know that red, yellow, and blue are commonly referred to as the "primary colors," and that blue + yellow= green; blue + red= purple; red + yellow = orange; mixing equal parts of red, yellow, and blue produces black.

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