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The Colour Wheel

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Katie Leath

on 17 November 2012

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How well have you mixed your colours and applied them to your wheel?

Have you met the learning objectives? Success Criteria Complementary colours are colours that are
Across from each other on the colour wheel.
Eg, RED – GREEN. Colour complements
are colour opposites.

WARM colours – RED, YELLOW, ORANGE
COOL colours – BLUE, PURPLE, GREEN Complementary Colours Secondary colours are the colours between the primary colours on the colour wheel.

They are created by mixing 2 primary colours.
RED + YELLOW = ORANGE
RED + BLUE = PURPLE
BLUE + YELLOW = GREEN Secondary Colours To know what the Colour Wheel is.
To recognise Primary, Secondary and Complementary Colours.
To paint a Colour Wheel into your sketchbooks that will develop your knowledge of colour mixing.
To present your work to a high standard. Learning Objectives The Colour Wheel Hand in Next Lesson.
Fill in and colour worksheet and find out what causes rainbows.

Bring in a coloured top/ t-shirt to wear next lesson. I will tell you what colour you are. Homework
Primary colours. RED, YELLOW, BLUE

Secondary colours. ORANGE, GREEN, PURPLE

Complementary colours are opposite from each other on the colour wheel.
Eg. RED - GREEN The Colour Wheel Draw 1cm lines at the bottom of the page.
Copy the information below down neatly. The Colour Wheel Draw a 1cm around a page in your books.
Add the title The Colour Wheel
Draw a circle with a 10cm diameter/5cm radius.
Divide your circle into 6 segments. 60 degrees per segment. Primary colours are hues (colours) which
can be mixed to create other colours.
RED
YELLOW
BLUE
Primary Colours PURPLE BLUE GREEN YELLOW ORANGE RED . Paint the Primary Colours to your Wheel.
. Now mix them together carefully and add the Secondary Colours.

REMEMBER!
Keep your brush clean.
Mix your colours carefully.
Don’t put to much paint onto your brush.
TAKE YOUR TIME RED ORANGE YELLOW GREEN BLUE PURPLE
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