Art Idea for Learning Analogous Colors!
How amazing does this zebra look?! We found the cute little guy over at smART Class in a lesson Natalie featured showing her students learning about analogous colors. In a quick review (I had to brush up on my art terms here too...), analogous colors are a group of three colors that are found next to each other on the color wheel. A perfect example would be red, orange and red-orange.
To begin the lesson, students drew a zebra (a perfect animal for this lesson with all of its stripes and opportunites to show analogous color relationships!):
Once the drawing was complete, students used watercolors to paint the zebra and were tasked with showing analogous color relationships as they went. Their projects turned out super cute!