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Science Makes Art: Colour

Hilary Devonshire, Ali Ardington

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For National Curriculum Key Stage 2, Interest age: from c 9 years, Art: general interest (Children's / Teenage), Science & technology: general interest (Children's

Understand the science of the world around you by making art

Does the topic of colour make you feel blue? This book will help you to work like a scientist: testing ideas, making investigations and doing experiments. But you'll also be an artist, working with colour to discover how the eye perceives different wavelengths. Let's mix some colours!

Science Makes Art skilfully blends science theory with fun art projects to encourage learning and creativity. It's the perfect series to engage young scientists and artists, introducing them to key science principles and encouraging reluctant readers.

Using materials from around the home, make art projects such as:
- Rainbow art
- Colour spinners
- Leaf collage
- Camouflage art
- Tie-dye fun

What is Colour?/ Colour in Light/ Seeing Colour/ Mixing Light Colours/ Filtering Light/ Pigment/ Colour Mediums/ Colour IN Nature/ Colour FROM Nature/ Colours and Feelings/ Further Ideas/ Glossary/ Index

Ideal for readers age 8+.
Collect the rest of the series: Energy, Flight, Light, Materials, Movement.

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