Hello Everybody, welcome back to my blog and this week, Tumu Hub was learning about art! (Obviously, if you checked the labels)
We learnt about different things about art but in this post we have learned about the colour wheel. The colour wheel is a wheel with both primary and secondary colours. We have created one for ourselves and this is how it turned out.
We created this colour wheel in our team which is Korokio and we got the resources from the room we were in for maths, the middle room. I know it might look like there was not enough stuff in the middle space, but when you look in the cupboards, its paradise for creating the colour wheel we needed.
Anyways if we roll back a tiny tiny bit, you would have seen I said something about primary and secondary colours so I’m going to tell you what it is.
This is a colour wheel that shows which is a secondary and primary:
as you can see there are 3 types: primary, secondary and tertiary. Primary colours are red, blue and yellow which can be made into a whole bunch of colours. Secondary colours is a colour mixed up with two primary colours, and then a tertiary colour looks like a darker colour.
The most interesting thing about this activity was the making of the colour wheel, I mean to be fair we all were just grabbing and grabbing stuff out of the cupboards. But in the meantime, it was great teamwork happening.
Anyways, that’s it for me and I will see you later.
What resources can you use at home to make a colour wheel?