Reader Reviews

Science of Colors

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Color Theory for Kids and Teachers

May 5, 2006 -- From Lazzelle, a teacher from Roanoke VA, who is affiliated with the site

Color Theory for Kids and Teachers, a site for ages ten and up, covers all basic areas of color theory: the color wheel, color schemes and color moods. Student artwork as well as master works are used to illustrate schemes, lesson plans, online and printable vocabulary, online puzzles and quizzes.


Teacher’s Lab: The Science of Light

September 18, 2000 -- From John Norton, a reader from North Carolina who is not affiliated with the site

This latest entry at the Annenberg Teacher’s Lab website offers students and teachers activities that ‘give you ideas about light — and also about how you can use technology to explore light.’ Includes: Light in Color and the Laws of Light.