Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Kinder- Kandinsky's

Kindergarten has been practicing mixing their primary colors to make secondary colors. They did a great job of demonstrating this in their versions of a very recognizable Kandinsky painting. The students used tempera cakes for this assignment. A little tip- go to the dollar tree, and buy up all of their muffin tins. They make wonderful containers for those tempera cakes which are easy to pass out, but often come in plastic trays that crack and fall apart!


  1. Kandinsky is a great artist to teach students about colors.

    I did a similar project with my Pre-Kindergarten students where they used crayons and practiced color fencing.

    Thanks for posting