Paper mache is a lot of creative fun. These right pink pigs are easy to make and, once painted with bright colours, look fabulous in kids’ rooms or around the classroom. It is so much fun and everyone seems creates something different and unique.
Basic Primary Colour Combinations
Colour Mixing Chart:
One of the most exciting things about kid’s paints is learning how to mix colours to make new colours. You can use the primary colours (red, blue, and yellow) plus black and white to get all of the colours of the rainbow.
Kid's love mixing colour to make new colours.
This colour mixing chart shows how the 3 primary colours can be mixed with each other to become secondary colours. How these secondary can become intermediate colours. Download the PDF of the Colour Mixing Guide to have as a reference in the classroom.
Colour Mixing Explained:
There are 3 primary colours - red, blue and yellow.
Mixing paint colours free PDF guide.
Everyone has a favourite colour. With your imagination, and use of the basic colour theory, colour can be lots of fun.
Learning how two colours make a third new colour is one of the most exciting discoverable things about being creative with paints.
We have made is easy for you with this free colour mixing PDF guide.
It is so easy to use. Just print it and add and mix the the colours.
This works well as a group project. One colour guide per table.
Use small amounts of paint per square work best.
If you laminate the sheets that can be used over and over again.
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Ideas for School Paints:
Inspirational and creative ideas on how to get the best from FAS educational paints.