Can You Find A Color Wheel?
Create a Color Wheel
Can you find a color wheel in our classroom?
On your own, locate and photograph objects in the Art room that are the 13 colors of the color wheel. Please avoid just taking a picture of a colored piece of paper...BE CREATIVE!!!
Be sure to take the photographs up close, but be careful. You don't want a blurry photo!
Pic Collage Color Wheel
Hint: If you need help, there are resources around the room that might be helpful!
Airdrop your completed Color Wheel to Mrs. Fryatt when it is finished!
Questions and Answers
Do I put the color names on the color wheel?
No, but you do need to label each color as a primary color, secondary color,
intermediate color, or neutral color.
Do I have to put the color wheel in a circle?
No, as long as your colors are in the correct order. Be careful, though, number 13
might be tricky!
Where do I put my name so you know I completed my Color Wheel?
Include your first name in the title. Something like, "Sam's Color Wheel" is fine.
Should I take the photograph up close or far away?
That depends on what you are taking a picture of! Just remember...the majority of the photograph should show the color you need to include on the color wheel.
What if I see something that is the color I need, but it is somewhere not in this room?
Good eyes! Check with Mrs. Fryatt and we'll figure something out.