Motif/Mandala Color Wheel with 3 Demonstration Videos for Art Distance LearningRegular price $8.00 Save $-8.00
With 3 demonstration videos, that take students through how to divide a circle into 12 sections, color mixing and color bias and how to create their color wheel motifs, this lesson has everything you need to teach it tomorrow! Just add students. Also included are Google slides presentation, full lesson plan, and digital student evaluation.
This lesson takes students through the process of creating a color wheel, they measure and divide a circle into 12 sections then create their own motif, which they then trace onto each section of their color wheel. Students learn about primary, secondary, and tertiary colors in a fun and creative way.
4 Page Lesson plan with national visual arts standards, objectives, detailed process notes, and more. (Editable)
3 Demonstration Videos: Links in PPT and Lesson Plan
- How to divide a circle into 12 sections
- Color mixing with color bias
- Motif Color Wheel Demonstration
30 Page PowerPoint Presentation
Google Slides Presentation Links in PPT and Lesson Plan
Student Evaluation Word Document (Editable)
Digital Student Self Evaluation Links in PPT and Lesson Plan
Detailed Teacher Notes at end of Presentation
Template for thumbnails
- Paint brushes of varying sizes
- Watercolor Paper
- Thin sharpies, or another permanent marker.
- Red, Yellow and Blue Watercolor paint (Aliz Crimson/Cad Red Med; Thalo Blue/Cobalt Blue; Yellow Pale Hue/Cad Yellow Med used in demonstration.
- Thumbnail sheet (optional)
For younger students, or for teachers who would rather have a template please see the color wheel lesson here:
Color Wheel lesson; Creative Color Wheel, Color wheel for art students.