Mixing Primary Colors

Mixing Primary Colors Worksheet

Worksheet Description

This worksheet features an activity focused on the primary colors: red, blue, and yellow. It displays three crayon illustrations, each labeled with one of these primary colors. Below the crayons are splats of paint corresponding to the colors of the crayons above. The task for students is to color the crayons, if they are not already, and to draw lines connecting each crayon to the matching color splat, thereby reinforcing the association between the color name and its visual representation.

The worksheet is designed to teach students the basic concept of primary colors, which are foundational to color theory. Through this activity, students learn to recognize and identify the colors red, blue, and yellow. The task of connecting the crayons to the correct color splats helps solidify the students’ ability to match color names with their visual counterparts. This exercise serves as an introductory step into the broader world of colors and is essential for developing an understanding of how colors are used and mixed in art and design.