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1/2 Colours

COLOUR GAME

SECONDARY & PRIMARY COLOURS

We have been playing a colour game to test our knowledge of Secondary colours. Miss Sharp says two Primary colours and we have to work out what Secondary colour it is. If it’s Purple we put our hands on our head. If it’s Green we stand like a star shape and if it’s Orange we curl up in a ball. Sometimes she tries to trick us. We are getting pretty good at the Colour Game.

Reflections

I know my Primary Colours – Indi

I had a go at drawing some leaves – Kyle

I liked learning the Secondary colours. – Sarah

I had a go at drawing veins and detail on the leaves – Tristan

We practice our Primary and Secondary colours so we know them really well and we know what colours to mix and what colour it might make – Pat

Primary Colours are important because you can mix every colour from them – Isobel

 

Journal

Today we talked about printing. There are different ways to print things but it makes a copy. We used black paint and old lids to make a border of prints around our page. It was fun making prints like a stamp. Next week we are going to finish our work by putting the leaves we made on our printed page.

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1/2 Primary and Secondary colours

We have been playing a colour game to test our knowledge of Secondary colours. Miss Sharp says two Primary colours and we have to work out what Secondary colour it is. If it’s Purple we put our hands on our head. If it’s Green we stand like a star shape and if it’s Orange we curl up in a ball. Sometimes she tries to trick us. We are getting pretty good at the Colour Game.

Reflections
I know my Primary Colours – Indi
I had a go at drawing some leaves – Kyle
I liked learning the Secondary colours. – Sarah
I had a go at drawing veins and detail on the leaves – Tristan
We practice our Primary and Secondary colours so we know them really well and we know what colours to mix and what colour it might make – Pat
Primary Colours arer important because you can mix every colour from them – Isobel

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