Art Lesson: Color Mixing Balloons
Art Lesson: Color Mixing Balloons
Art Lesson: Color Mixing Balloons
Art Lesson: Color Mixing Balloons

Art Lesson: Color Mixing Balloons

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Intended for Grades 3+

This balloon color mixing art lesson is a perfect alternative to old and tired traditional color wheel lessons! With this lesson, students will learn all about rainbow order and color mixing using watercolor paints with a fun and cheery subject matter!

This package includes:

  • Teacher Procedures with visual directions
  • Project Sample Images
  • A Color Mixing PowerPoint
  • An Instructional PowerPoint
  • Two variations of a Color Wheel Worksheet (either to begin with or as an extension review at the end)
  • Balloon Stencils (if needed)

Materials Needed:

  • 80lb White Drawing Paper (any size - though I used 5”x12” in my example)
  • Watercolor Paints and Brush
  • Colored Pencils
  • White Chalk Pastel
  • Pencil
  • Construction Paper (for mounting)
  • Glue Stick

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