Color Wheel Spinners
Teach your students color theory and how to mix secondary and tertiary colors with these color wheel spinners. You will receive four versions of this color wheel spinner, two labeled and two unlabeled. This will give you the greatest amount of flexibility in how you chose to work it into your art lessons. I use these spinners with my first grade through fifth grade lessons.
For first grade, I like to give them a labeled bottom portion of the primary color spinner as well as a pre-drawn top cover so they only have to color it. My second graders get a pre-drawn top cover but an unlabeled bottom. I help them half way and then they fill in the remainder. Third grade gets a secondary color wheel with a plain top. I have them design something related to the color spectrum. This gives them a chance to express their creativity. For fourth and fifth grades, I give them the plain top and bottom secondary wheels. I help the fourth graders half way, then they do the rest. For fifth grade, I challenge them to recall how to fill it in.
1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade
Main Learning Objective
Students will be able to understand how to mix primary colors to make secondary and tertiary colors
You Will Receive
- Teacher Directions
- How to Create A Spinner step-by-step picture directions
- Color Wheel Spinner Tops & Bottoms
My students loved these because they are interactive! – Kendra G
This is great to refresh my older kids on the color wheel while also keeping things interesting. – Allison W.
LOVED this product! The kids enjoyed coloring them in and I really like how it can be adjusted to various grade levels. – Ana S.