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Thursday, 20 October 2011

Mixing primary colours

We have been learning about mixing colours this term in art. We had to choose two of the primary colours; red, blue or yellow and made our handprints using these. Then when we rubbed our hands together we made our new colour and printed it in the middle. Some people were really good at predicting which colour they would make. We enjoyed this task which felt quite cold and tickly on our hands and like looking at our lovely bright display.

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