Wednesday, September 3, 2014

My Explanation On Colours

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In class five at Pt England School we have been learning 3 different types of colour groups, the primary, secondary and tertiary colours. Here I have talked about what colours are and are not combined to make these group colours.

Red, yellow and blue are primary colours. They cannot be made by other colours. The Primary Colours are used to make any other colour there is, except for black and white. But they can be combined together to make tints (lighter) and shades ( darker ).
The Secondary colours are green, purple-Violet and orange. If you combine any two primary colours together you will get 3 brand new colours that are known as the Secondary colours.

There are six tertiary colors; red-orange, yellow-orange, yellow-green, blue-green, blue-violet, and red-violet. They are blends of primary and secondary colours. Secondary as well as primary colours are used to make tertiary colours.

All of these colours are used all the time, there used to do art , drawings and a lot of other things. We have done lessons on colours and now we are doing art in class, knowing that we know the group colours.

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