Colour Count and Discover Colouring Book: CMY Colour wheel Fun by Anneke LipsanenColour Count and Discover Colouring Book: CMY Colour wheel Fun by Anneke Lipsanen

Colour Count and Discover Colouring Book: CMY Colour wheel Fun

byAnneke Lipsanen

Paperback | October 14, 2016

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Take your crayons for a run! This Colour Count and Discover colouring book is a perfect side-by-side companion to the main Colour Count and Discover lesson book in print or epub - but it can also be a stand-alone colouring book. The main book and the coordinating colouring book make a super gift pair.

All fourteen wacky characters from the Colour Count and Discover CMY lesson book are assembled here to colour - alongside colour wheels for some extra colour lesson fun.

The CMY colour system - with Cyan Magenta and Yellow as primary colours - can be used in a fun and practical way - or children can simply choose their own colours and disregard the lesson component.

The CMY system is a good colour system to teach to young children, as it is used extensively in our modern world of commercial printing, paint mixes and inks for desktop printers.

There are additional fun products and teaching materials - like posters and art aprons - that feature the little characters in the rhymes. All make great gifts and learning aids.

Title:Colour Count and Discover Colouring Book: CMY Colour wheel FunFormat:PaperbackDimensions:32 pages, 11 × 8.5 × 0.07 inPublished:October 14, 2016Publisher:Anni ArtsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:168368978X

ISBN - 13:9781683689782

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...I also ordered the coloring book that has large images of the illustrations from Color Count that will provide practice using the CMY colors that I plan to use with newer sets of Crayola Markers. This will provide an opportunity for me to tie an art lesson directly to a technology and assistive technology lesson!Review from Erin on the Anni Arts teacher's testing team. (Excerpt from the review of the main lesson book.)A nice book full of useful activities for children.Kristina Howells - teacher