Monday, April 15, 2013
Colour Chip Rings
We used some simple materials to make colour chip rings - an assortment of paint chips, a whole puncher, and some shower curtain rings.
We explored one colour at a time. I spread each paint chip on the table and invited the kids to sequence them from darkest to lightest.
Once ordered we secured the sequence by punching a hole in the chips and putting them on a ring.
These colour collections can now be used to match and compare colours. In this picture we are finding the shade of blue that best matched Caleb's shirt.
Here Cadence is finding the shade of green that matches our center piece.
These rings would be great tools for an outdoor spring scavenger hunt, similar to when we matched colours in nature.