Developing An Eye For Color – Linden School No. 10, School No. 9 and School #8 pre-k and kindergarten teams of color-mixologists have been working to come up with the coolest color-mixing experiment. These class projects are about exploring color combinations by using eggs. As a class, the students discuss what happens when an egg is placed into a solution with mixed ingredients together. The students compare the difference between the shades of color that result from two drops of red and six of blue or just one drop. The children set up a mixing lab and become expert scientists of color. Pictured above, School No. 10 pre-k student Kelly Tharaldsen is an accomplished mix-ologist. Photo by Christine Hudak, Linden Public Schools
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