Hey teacher friends! I hope your school year is winding down as calmly as possible (I know that is a bit of a stretch in most cases). How about a fun end-of-the-year science activity they might enjoy?
Check out the Primary Science Color Mixing Set from Learning Resources! It is awesome and filled with tons of learning activities. Perfect for those students that are ready to check out for the summer too!
The Primary Science Color Mixing Set includes:
- Test Tubes and Eyedropper
- Kaleidoscope and 9 Translucent Color Chips
- Color Mixing Glasses and 6 Color Lenses
- Top and 4 Double-Sided Color Spinning Discs
- 6 Translucent Color Lenses
- 10 Double-Sided Activity Cards
I love that the cards show actual pictures of the materials needed right on the front in color, along with a quick list of extras. At the bottom of each card is a “Key Concept” which you are then able to tie to learning objectives. Who said learning can’t be fun and educational at the same time?
On the back of the card, the directions are numbers, concise, and clear.
All the activities are fun – and involve understanding primary and secondary colors – and how they mix. All the art teachers out there could even use this fun set for lessons!
The age range listed is for 3 and up, though I can see upper elementary students using the set as well to practice the scientific method, discussing how to use scientific tools, and following directions. Fun for all!
Now that you have an idea for finishing up the school year – stop at Learning Resources to check out the Primary Science Color Mixing Set!
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