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Free PDF Mixing Primary Colour Paint Combinations

FREE IDEAS FOR EASY CRAFTS AND ACTIVITIES WITH FAS PAINTS, INKS AND DYES

Mixing Primary Paint Colours to get Secondary Colours: 

There are three primary colours - red, blue and yellow. 


No combination of other shades can create primary colours. However, all primaries can be mixed in various combinations to make more colours (hues).



Kids at an early age are usually only interested in mixing primary colours to create secondary ones and mixing secondary colours to create tertiary ones.


Basic Primary Colour Combinations:

Red + Blue = Violet (Purple)

Blue + Yellow = Green

Yellow + Red = Orange


Have at the look of an example colour wheel above:



Free PDF Colour mixing worksheet 

This happens when you mix a primary colour with a secondary one.

Download this free PDF colour-coded worksheet to learn the basics of colour mixing in the classroom if you print this two-page mixing guide in colour and laminate it.  You can use it over and over again by washing the page off each time you use it.



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