Twigs in complementary colors

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With students of Grade 7, we are continuing our work on complementary colors. These sprigs have been drawn with wax crayons directly on the white paper and then they have been painted with watercolor paints using various shades of complementary colors. The properties of the wax crayon which is water resistant, helped students to paint inside the shapes. In that way the liquid watercolors don’t mingle among them.

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  1. I love this lesson. I knew I had seen it, but could not find it. I finally found it again through your facebook page.

    • Hi Merril!
      I’m glad you’ve found the lesson you needed.
      Could be useful to use tags in the right column or the box “search in the website” to find something. But, anyway, if you need something else, please, ask me. I’m happy to help you! 🙂

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