Art therapy: color is so subjective. Never trust color/line interpretation based on a chart. Rather, say, "Tell me about this color. What made you make lines like this." I often show them my art in my studio,where they are working. Their color choices/ meaning do,not change to mimic mine.
Geometry Fun through the arts! I have a geometry unit coming up for my 5th graders. I think I will use this idea but include some parameters for my kids. For example, I could require the shapes in the center to be twice the size of the same shapes on the outside - as if looking through a magnifying glass - just to add some more math!
Red isn’t a color I use very much. Very rarely do I wear red or use it prominently in the spaces I design for clients. However, it is my go-to nail color. I love that it is classic and glamorous! My staples are OPI “Big Apple Red” and “Color So Hot It Berns“. Known to …
The Power of Art - Journey Into Early Childhood I love the presentation and visual organization of the materials. The black shelves allow the colors to appear vibrant and easily distinguishable. The paint chips are a wonderful way to show hues and gradient... good idea!