Kindergarten students are learning about Primary Colors. Primary Colors are red, yellow, and blue. They are very special colors because they can mix to make new colors but - you can't make a Primary color.
We are using our Primary colors in a few different projects but we really got our hands messy with this one! Handshake Color Mixing.
We talked about why you would shake hands with someone and we practiced that. "Hello. Nice to meet you!" "Hi! My name is....." Then each pair of students selected a primary color and I painted it on their hands. They then shook hands again. This time the paint mixed together on their hands and created a Secondary color! We printed our hands onto a white paper before cleaning up our creatively, messy hands!
I'm very excited to be again teaching at Roosevelt this year! The students and I have such fun, creative classes together. I love the enthusiasm of our Roosevelt Bears!
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