Primary Colors

Primary Colors

Author: Debbie Dent

To learn the definition of primary colors nd be able to identify the three discussed.  To introduce the concept of secondary colors, define the term and identify the colors.

Primary colors are: Not made by mixing other colors, red, blue, and yellow.

Secondary colors are: Made by mixing two primary colors, orange, green, and, violet.

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Introduction to Primary Colors

Teaching the definition of primary colors. Primary colors are colors that cannot be created by mixing other colors. Primary colors are blue, red, and, yellow. Secondary colors are colors made by mixing two primary colors such as orange, green, and, violet.

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