“Skin is so you don’t have your skeleton out!”

Last week, friends started working on their self portraits in the Studio!  We began by reading The Skin You Live In by Michael Tyler.  This book has rich text and illustrations, so we broke it up into three parts to use throughout our self portrait work.

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Next, we began examining our faces in mirrors.  Friends noticed shapes, colors and textures, while also sharing what they knew about skin and why we have it.

“Why do we have skin?”

Kyrie: You need skin so you can play.  And so you can run really fast.

Abbie: It keeps your inside warm.

Africa Grace: Skin is so you don’t have your skeleton out.

Jax: If you take your skin off, you’ll see your bones.

Theo: It helps keep the bones inside the body.

Kaylee: And the blood inside.

Sallie Chappell: When we grow into a baby, we grow skin.

Jair: Skin helps you grow bigger and bigger when you eat your vegetables.

Amie: If you don’t have skin, you’ll die.

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Betsegaw: Self portraits are you draw if you’re a boy or a girl.

Abbie: You make your eye color.

Theo: I need to make my Nationals jersey.  And my missing teeth.  And little boogers in my nose.

Aria: Don’t forget to make your eyelids.

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Jacob: My legs are lines.  And my feet look like little ovals.  My fingers look like five lines.

Frances: How come I’m always in my skin?

Kaitlyn: I put my unicorn horn.

Nora: I need to add my birth mark.

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Adele: It means… um… self means us, so, a picture of us!

Ellie: How do I make Ellie?

Eva:  I added a freckle to my foot.  And a bandaid.

Jayden: That’s me.  That’s myself!

Hope: I have skin on my face.  And my cheeks.

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Below are self portraits in process!  Next week, friends will mix colors with liquid watercolors as they start adding additional details to their portraits.

“I love it.  I love this place!”

This week, children began coming to the Studio for art groups… FINALLY!  New friends were excited to explore the Studio, and returning friends were eager to be leaders.  Friends had many noticing and wonderings about the new space…

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Jahir: What’s over that wall?

Abbie: I hear the air conditioning blowing loud.  It makes me feel calm.  And soft.

Maya: I didn’t know you were over this wall!

Briana: Where did this room come from?

Ethan: Do you have beds in here for nap time?

Nanahi: I hear Ms.Holmes singing “Sally the Camel!”

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Khyrstian: Lots of good art in here!

Kennedy: What’s that sound?

Noah: It sounds like people?

Elena: I love your house!  It’s nice.

Yanelis: I hear that.  What’s that sound?  It sounds like niños.  And I hear Mr.Christian?

Matthew: I like the flowers.

Leah: Why does the sink make noise?

Jayden: I love it.  I love this place!

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We began by painting together at the front table with liquid watercolors!  Children practiced putting on smocks, safely passing glass jars with paint and putting wet work away on the drying rack when they were finished.

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Uhura: I see flat brushes, and round brushes.  And big ones and little ones.

Aria: I’m getting so tired from painting.

Dayana: That’s a ginormous skinny brush!

Nora: First the paint looked black, but then it dried brown.

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Adele: Keep the glass on the table so it doesn’t break or spill.

Asa: If you put the brush in the wrong jar, it will change it wont ever change back.

Eva: I’m painting a house for fish!  It even has a spot for the fish to put her clothes.

Hailey: Blue paint… like the color of smocks!

Anival: If you want to mix a rainbow, mix it on your paper.

Sallie Chapel: I’m wearing a smock like you.  We’re artists.

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Once children were done painting, they could self select other centers in the Studio to continue their work.  At the sensory table, there were mung beans and materials for scooping and pouring.

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Yanelis: I’m making a little tea party in here.

Vanessa: I love sensory table.  It feels so weird!

Kennedy: I love it.  I want to play so long!

Isaiah: Don’t eat the sand for real.  It’s not really ice cream!

Javi: Don’t spill the beans.

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At the easel, there were dry erase markers and erasers for collaborative drawing.

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And at the back table, there were drawing materials sorted by color!

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Jax: Put the tops on so the smelly markers don’t dry up.

Theo: If you twist this too high, it’ll break.  If it breaks, we won’t have it.

Adele: This marker color is metallic.  That means it can glow in the dark.

Nanahi: Twist only a little bit.

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“I’m making something pretty amazing!”

During the first six weeks of a new school year, children explore new materials in different areas of their classroom.  Learning about new materials is a great way to build relationships with both classmates and new teachers! 

By the third week of school, children were using oil pastels, crayons, markers, dot markers, rock crayons and twist crayons in the art area. It was exciting to compare and contrast these drawing materials, as they all have very unique qualities! Soon, children will begin coming to the Studio for art groups where they will continue to explore a variety of 2-D and 3-D materials.

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Soleil: Why are they called rock crayons?  Can we use them outside?

Hailey: I rubbed it with my fingers.  Now I can draw with my them!

Dayana: The black oil pastel looks like licorice.  This one looks like a minty color.  This one is a peachy color.

Asa: I made a plan for how to build an airplane. 

Africa Grace: When you use the side of the rock crayon, it makes you draw faster.

Nanahi: It twists.  I’m just writing.

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Savannah: I’m doing it.  I’m twisting it up high!

Jair: Can it twist to the ceiling?

Adele: It’s really hard to smudge black.  Maybe because it’s dark?  Look… I’m drawing with my fingers!  The more you smudge it, the lighter it gets.  I just turned red to pink!  You have to scrub it.

Kennedy: All the colors are making the rainbow.

Vanessa: It looks like lipstick.

Sallie Chapel: I’m making something pretty amazing!

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Johnny: I’m busy… busy!

Leba: The top goes there.  On the back!  Click!

Hope: Those are details that I made.  I added arms and a mouth to the ghost.

Sebastian: It turned my finger green.  It’s getting all the colors on my hand!  Look at all the colors on my fingers.

Isaiah: Can you draw with the back of the pastel?

Amie: Put the top on so it doesn’t dry up.

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As children in Mrs.Balk’s class were drawing outside, many began creating treasure maps of the playground.  There was a lot of enthusiasm around maps as children were studying the location of playground structures, the sandbox and the garden.  Children began trading maps with their friends and wishing each other “good luck” as they set out to find treasure on the playground!   

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Frances: I’m going to make treasure maps for Abbie to find the treasure.

Abbie: I’m making two treasure maps for at home.  Zach and daddy are on a team and me and mommy are on a team.

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Art groups begin in the Studio on Monday! Hooray!

“The Light Lab makes it look like a party in here!”

The Light Lab is officially OPEN in the Studio and friends have loved mixing new colors with light and comparing it to all the color mixing they recently did with paint!  Again, a HUGE thank you to everyone that made generous donations during GoFundMe’s “Teacher Appreciation Campaign” last year!

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Elijah: Wow, the Light Lab can glow.  It mixes colors just like us!  It’s like were scientists.  I found out how to make purple.  Twist blue an red to make purple!

Santi: I found my favorite color at the Light Lab.

Isaac: By putting all of the knobs up, I made a color that matches the wall.

Julian: I love you, Light Lab!

Theo: I didn’t know that light could change colors.

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Daniela: Twisting the knobs looks like I’m driving a car.  I mixed a fire color!

Bella: The Light Lab makes it look like a party in here!

Alina: Pear, pear, pear… I made pear green.

Betsegaw: It’s round like a pizza.  Look at this… the wall is pink now!  When I get close, I turn pink.

Ahmari: It’s on the wall.  And I see the color on my shirt.

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Brandon: All the colors together make white.  This is the coolest thing in the world!  I’m so happy I get to play with it.  Look at all these rainbow colors I can make.

Kate: I didn’t know this was here.  It’s so cool, like a DJ.  Or like your cooking.

Connor: My shirt is the same color of this blue.

Luca: It’s like diamonds in the sky!

Mateo: I want to try to make grey.

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Julian: It’s like a party… an art party!  Party in the art group!

Alden: I’ll always turn on blue first, because it’s my favorite.  Did you know blue is the color of ice?  And water.  And red is the color of lava.

Nazeer: This is so color-y.  This color blue looks like fish could swim in there.

Asa: Whoa, this thing is so crazy.  If you mix these colors, it makes new colors!

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Daniela: I want to hug it.  I want to tell it “I love you!”

Geo: I make blue.  My favorite color!  I want to make pink.  That’s Hailey’s favorite color.

Stephanie: I see green on the ceiling!

Joelle: I was wondering what was happening in here.  I could see the colors over the wall!  It looks like there’s a party going on.

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“We can paint with our friends special colors? Wow!”

Our color study has come to a close, and children put the final touches on their work last week!  Children signed their name under their painting, came up with unique names for their colors and shared a story about their final painting.  Friends looked at the Pantone book (for kids) for support if they needed help naming their colors.

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With the leftover cups of paint, friends worked together on collaborative paintings at the easel, and at the table during Service!  Children were excited to try out the special colors their friends made.

Avery: We can paint with our friends special colors? Wow!

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Last Thursday, Capital City hosted it’s 1st Annual Pre-K to 12th grade Art Exhibition, titled In Forced Proximity.  16 Pre-K students had art work displayed at the opening and shared their work with family and friends.  It was wonderful to watch children share their art work with pride, as it took a lot of courage to explain art work to adults and older students.  Looking forward to the tradition of this at Capital City!

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“I only made two colors because they were cool… the coolest colors I’ve ever made!”

Last week, friends returned to the Studio eager and excited to use their special colors of paint for a cohesive painting.  It was a tricky challenge, and children used their imagination or changed their idea once they had time to observe and reflect on the colors of paint they mixed the prior week, as those were the only colors available for their final painting!  As children worked, they shared stories about their paintings with their friends.

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Briana: I’m making something brand new.  It’s hard work… hard hard work.

Joelle: I mixed a color that looks like mint ice cream.  I’m using it to put on the finishing touches.

King: I like that.  It cool.  I make a house for me!

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Uhura: I made a microscope looking at a sunflower seed.  The microscope is on the boat and that’s me and my sister on our boat.  Those spots are yogurt drops falling on us!

Frances: I want to make grass, but I don’t have green.  I know… I can use gold!

Ahmari: This color looks like garbage from the trash truck.

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Kaylee: I make orange.  This color looks like the orange art group!

Kendul: The dark red is my favorite color that I mixed.

Isaac: I’m making something… something very specific.  I don’t have yellow to make the sun, so the sun can be dark green.  The plant is burning up.  The plants are in trouble!

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Africa Grace: I only made two colors because they were cool… the coolest colors I’ve ever made!

Santi: This is hard work to make the painting with all the colors.

Mina: I made beautiful colors!

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Avery: I like this color… it’s a monster color!

Theo: I think I used pink and purple and black and mixed them together to make this dark color.

Anders: This color looks like it’s burning up!

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Mason: I’ll make the grass… red… because I don’t have green.

Drew: Blue is a good color because it’s the color of Earth so it comes with all the powers!  My other colors are camouflage colors.  I like them very much!

Aaron: I got three greens like Gecko.

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Kourtney: I made the sun purple… I wish it was really purple, not yellow.

Gerson: Challenge accepted! I can do it!

Mateo: This is a Minecraft color.  And this looks like a goo color!

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Alden: I’m up for the challenge!

 “I mixed a new color that I’ve never seen before!”

After weeks and weeks of experimentation with color mixing, children started working on their final color study product!  Friends began by closing their eyes and imagined what it would be like if they only had a few colors in the world to paint with.  Children thought about places they had been that evoked vivid memories, animals and food that they loved, and objects they have seen at school or at home.

Next, friends began creating their unique colors in small plastic cups.  Friends added paint to their cups until they had a color that made them happy.  Once the color was just right, they painted a small rectangle with their paint that would be used for the final product.  Children were able to pick the number of colors they wanted to create, ultimately ranging from 2-5.  Colors were saved for the following week… stay tuned for a post about the final work!

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Connor: I’m using a little bit of black so it only gets a little bit darker.

Drew: I made a camouflage color.  It’s called “camouflage tiger!”  Did you know paint has a name and that’s the name for this one.  And this color is called “green Jell-o” and I’m gonna name this color “tree.”

Kimi: This color looks like a witchy color.

Luca: This looks like apple sauce and I want to eat it.

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Brandon: I put purple in and it made it darker.  Like burgundy.

Elijah: This color is “mint” and this color is “Night Ninja.”

Africa Grace: Santi made my favorite color… it’s turquoise!  I like really, really, really light colors.

Avery: I don’t like this color yet… I need a little more blue.

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Naila: I added a little white and now it’s perfect.  You guys, look… I made ocean blue!

Elizabeth: I made cabbage… yay!  And I’m calling this color “dirt.”

Anders: This is the coolest color I’ve ever made.  It’s Lizzie’s favorite color… cabbage!

Bella: I made a love color.

Christian: This is my favorite color… I’m good at mixing it.

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Asa: This color looks like Nemo the fish.

Joelle: This color looks like slime!

Cesar: I mixed too many colors.  I hope it makes golden but it might make brown.  Oh, this color looks just a little like poop.  Ew.

Stephanie: I made red but it looks even cooler!

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Kate: It’s like a “My Little Pony” color.

Alina: I made a dark green and Adrian made a light green.

Kyrie: I mixed Halloween colors.

Kaitlyn: I like this color.  Orange is my favorite!

Betsegaw: Ewwww… this color looks like broccoli!

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Ali: Look what I made… an awesome aqua color!  This color looks like a party.

Irvina: I mixed a new color that I’ve never seen before!

Dayana: This looks like cotton candy.

Isaac: I like this color… it’s a cool black.

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“Red can be a sad color because it’s the color of blood when you get hurt.”

As children continued to learn about mixing colors, friends began making connections between colors and feelings.  To further explore this, we read My Many Colored Days by Dr.Seuss.

Once it was time to start mixing colors, friends were excited to see that different facial expressions were on their paper and immediately made connections between colors and feelings! They also enjoyed trying to mimic some of the sillier expressions 🙂

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Kaleb: I’ve seen these emojis before.  This face looks happy because maybe he’s having a balloon party!

Ali: Use peach and white to make a “love” color.  And that face looks like a robot so he can be grey.

Betsegaw: The silly face can be blue, yellow and red mixed together.

Abbie: When my baby pulls my hair, my cheeks get so red and I cry.  It makes me mad.

Luca: I used all the colors to make the heart eyes because I love all the colors.

Mariyah: The love color (purple) reminds me of Ms.Berger because I love her and she loves that color.

Avery: This one is mad.  He has a mad face like Mufasa.  Mufasa is always mad at Simba.

Mina: That face looks like he’s sweating!

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Kate: I’m really busy here being a painter.  Blue for the crying face… like tears.

Alina: I’m gonna put purple on the happy face because I love purple.

Stephanie: He yellow because yellow is a happy color.  Pink is happy too!

Joelle: Dr.Seuss thinks purple is a sad color.

Amie: When I add a little bit of yellow, it mixed to green.  He’s sad because he doesn’t like green and want to be another color, like purple.

Cesar: Love is for red… I think so!

Gerson: I made silver.  That’s my favorite color!  When you mix all the colors, it makes grey, like silver.

Bella: When I cry, I get cries that are blue so the sad face is blue.  And that face looks confused… like he’s thinking about what made me sad.  He’s like “hey, what happened here?”

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Daniela: That face feels confused.  What happened!

Asa:  The sad face can be blue because it’s the color of tears.

Adele: Do you like this camel color? It’s for the silly face.

Nazeer: This color looks soapy.  He’s surprised he’s covered in soap.

Alden: Sometimes my face turns red when I get mad.

Julian: Hey… grey, grey, grey! Three different greys.  I can still see his little emoji eyes and surprised face!

Elizabeth: The happy face is green, a kind of green that looks like cabbage because that’s my favorite color!

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Drew: Dr.Seuss said pink was a happy color.  You could make the happy face pink, but you don’t have to.  And this face is silly, green is the color that fits the silly face.

Connor: I was thinking… maybe we could put some colors together.  They can make new colors!

Kourtney: Look at this color, it’s a little bit pink.  It’s for the smiley face because it’s my favorite color.

Kimi: That face feels like it’s alone, awwww.

Elijah: This emoji looks sleepy, and this one looks curious!

Declan: Red can be a sad color because it’s the color of blood when you get hurt.

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Luca: Faces can turn red when you get angry.  But Dr.Seuss said black is an angry color.  I mixed black and red together to make my own angry color.

Africa Grace: I’m making this one so pink because there’s so much love.  She has so much love on her.

Isaac: This face feels… annoyed!

Santi: I like this color.  I’m putting it on the angry face because it’s my favorite!

“I used all the colors and it made “rotten sandwiches in the trash can” color. Like garbage.”

Last week, children learned about mixing tints and shades by adding white and black to their paint palette.  We began by reading Mix It Up by Herve Tullet, a really sweet gift that Ms.Morris picked up for me at the National Book Fair last Fall!

This was such a fun book to read because it’s hands on and everyone was able to participate in changing the colors throughout the book.  Friends thought it was magical and continuously checked their fingers to see if the paint really left the page and was on their hands.

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Amie: That book is so magical!

Connor: I have magical powers… I made all the dots disappear!

Luca: That book is terrific.

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Next, friends began mixing their own tints and shades.  As they worked, they continued to make connections between new colors and objects of importance in their lives.

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Declan: I made dark green.  I mixed blue, yellow and black for that!

Elijah: I’m making a color with the Washington flag colors.  Red and white made pink.

Dayana: I made my grey darker with black.  To make it lighter, I can try white.

Julian: Mixing with black makes it look like a shadow.

Amie: I made dark pink with red and a little white.  Now I’m really happy!

Jax: I made a new color with black and white.  I like this color.  It’s my favorite… grey!

Ahmari: I’m doing it… I’m doing it… I’m making pink!

Marcus: Yellow and red make orange.  White made it lighter.  How could that be?

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Isaac: How do I mix a metallic color because that would be so awesome!

Africa Grace: I made light green with blue, yellow and a lot of white.  No black.

Mina: I mixed a little bit of yellow in the black and it looks green.  Dark green.

Avery: I’m taking my time mixing these new colors.  I’m so busy.  This is the color of mud!

Hera: I used yellow and blue to make this color.  It’s green.

Cesar: I’m making colors more darker with black.

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Theo: I want to try to make grey.  All kinds of grays.

Naila: My pink looks like raspberry, Bella’s pink looks like strawberry and Mason’s pink looks like pink cupcakes.

Anders: I used all the colors and it made “rotten sandwiches in the trash can” color.  Like garbage.

Bella: This color is perfect! I love it, it’s so pretty! I made purple, but it’s not the same as Lizzie’s.  Mine is more lighter.

Drew: If I put a little bit of black here, it will make it darker, I think.  Wow!  That’s so cool, it’s so slick!  That means it’s so so cool!

Cesar: I didn’t know I could do magic.  I made golden!  How did I make that? I guess it was just the magic?

Sammy: Luca, that green looks nice!  It looks like spinach.

Julian: I like this color.  It looks like a bumblebee color.

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Elizabeth: I made a color called “dog waste.”

Nazeer: I made light blue with a lot of white and a little blue.

Adele: I have a plan.  I’ll mix some white with red.  Let’s see what happens… I mixed pink!  Light pink like Uhura’s sweater.

Christian: My hands are hurting from all this mixing.

Luca: The white is making it lighter.  Boom!  I made broccoli green! I want to eat the paper it looks so yummy.

Mateo: Black and white makes grey.  That’s almost like silver.

Leba: Looks like the color of candy… yum!

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Briana: I made brown by using all the colors.  I thought it would do that!

“I’m a great artist because I make good things to cheer people up, like this nice color!”

For the second week of our color study, friends mixed colors using primary (red, yellow, blue) and secondary (orange, green, purple) colors.  We began by reading Color Dance by Ann Jonas, which gives really great visuals for how colors mix and change… especially highlighting that all colors mixed together make grey or brown.

Next, friends began mixing colors on their individual palettes and shared with friends what they noticed and wondered throughout the process.

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Elizabeth: Naila made almost the same color as me!  It’s pink purple, but I used more red and she used more blue so that’s why they look only almost the same.

Christian: Oh, look what I did!  I used yellow and orange to make light orange.

Adele: I used all the colors.  I think it will turn brown.  No, it looks like a raspberry color!  How do I get it to stay rainbow?

Jax: I mixed rainbow colors.  I made this color… it’s brown!

Amie: I wanted to make red but it didn’t turn into red.  I don’t like the color.  I am not happy that it’s not mixing to red.

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Avery: I’m a great artist because I make good things to cheer people up, like this nice color!

Anders: I mixed blue and green to make an ocean water color.  They danced around and mixed that on the paper.

Mason: I made a color that looks like a spaceship color.

Cesar: I made Julian’s favorite color.  Red like Lightening McQueen.

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Julian: I put red and orange to make light red.  Mix, mix, mix!

Isaac: This color reminds me of a poop color.  Sorry, but it does!

Theo: I wonder what I’m making with yellow and orange.  It’s interesting!

Connor: I can mix 6 colors.  It made brown.

Drew: This color looks like yolk.

Ahmari: My arm is hurting from all the painting.

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Elijah: That color looks like the inside of a watermelon!

Uhura: Maybe I can try to make gold.  I’m gonna try yellow and orange for gold.

Isaac: Do you know how to make my favorite color?  It’s green and blue mixed together.  Santi mixed them too but his is more darker.

Luca: I’m trying to make golden.  It worked with a lot of yellow and a little bit of purple.  Oh my goodness, I did golden!  When you put more purple in it it turns brown and looks gross.

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Montre: I made Catboy blue!

Anival: Mix, mix, mix.  Everything turned… brown.

Asa: I made a special new kind of red.

Cesar: Mariyah, we made the same color, we really did it!  Did you put purple first and then red?

Mateo: All the colors together make hot chocolate brown.

Kaleb: I made a Rainbow Dash color.  Oh, that’s good.

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Caleb:  Blue, yellow. Green!  It did it!