Sky color - University of Calgary
Marisol is ready to paint the sky for the class mural but doesn't have any blue paint. After watching the sun set and having a colorful dream, Marisol comes up with a solution.;Suggested for k to grade 3.
Vibrant verse and fascinating facts celebrate the art and science of color in this exciting picture book. There are many ways to think about color. These vivid poems playfully explore the possibilities
Resources: Science Grades K-6: Grade One
Online interactives, media and teaching resources for Science in grades K-6; all resources organized by curricular outcome
Readers learn how visible light is the key to colour! Discover how light begins with the sun and travels to Earth on electromagnetic waves, how white light actually holds the whole colour spectrum, and how the eye perceives colour. These properties are illustrated by the mixing of paints and pixels.
In this book, fifteen children's book artists, including Lauren Castillo, Frann Preston-Gannon, and Melissa Sweet, share their favorite colors and explain why they love them. This personal collection will inspire readers to create favorite-color drawings and stories of their ow
In a bevy of brilliant blues, from porcelain and cyan to ultramarine (annotated swatches of these and 29 others adorn the opening endpapers), Simler illuminates the enchanting period between sunset and nightfall. (Booklist review)
Invites kids into a world where the relationships between colors and their objects are not always as expected, where bananas are not always yellow and where blue and blue and blue may be three different colors. What world is this? It’s the real world.
How many shades of blue are there? There’s the soft blue of a baby’s cherished blanket, the ocean blue of a romp in the waves, the chilly blue of a cold winter’s walk in the snow, and the true blue of the bond that exists between children and animals.
Harpreet Singh has a different color for every mood and occasion, from pink for dancing to bhangra beats to red for courage. He especially takes care with his patka—his turban—smoothing it out and making sure it always matches his outfit. But when Harpreet's mom finds a new job in a snowy city and they have to move, all he wants is to be invisible. Will he ever feel a happy sunny yellow again?
Imaginative creatures present all the colors of the rainbow, identify primary colors, and illustrate how three colors can make countless others in this one-of-a-kind introduction.