The Color Thesaurus - Ingrid Sundberg. Update: Hey everyone!
Thank you so much for your support of my color thesaurus. I’ve gotten tons of wonderful emails from writers, designers, and educators who all love the thesaurus and want one in their own home. After so many requests, I’m excited to announce I’m currently working on a poster version of the color thesaurus. Woot! Woot! Bomomo. Quest - Write text adventure games and interactive stories. Quest lets you make interactive story games.
Text adventure games like Zork and The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. Gamebooks like the Choose Your Own Adventure and Fighting Fantasy books. Gamestar Mechanic. Make Games at ChallengeYou - Easy Online Game Maker for Kids. Online game creator - Game creation without programming. Make My Own Game. Game creator social and mobile gaming. Flowlab Game Creator - Make games online.
Recreate artworks with your friends. 45 Websites For Students To Create Original Artwork Online. More and more websites are coming online to give students the ability to unleash their creativity in new and innovative ways.
From abstract art to pointillism, students now can click and draw their way into original works of art, and today’s freebie gives you a great list of places to begin. The sites are labeled by grade level to help guide you to those that best suit your students. In addition, I’ve added ratings to give teachers and students an idea of how much interactivity is available at each site.
Some allow students to create from beginning to end, while others simply generate the final product with minimal effort. What you will not find here are basic virtual coloring sheets. I will warn you that some of these sites will drag you in to create for long periods of time. 3D Snowflake Creator (Grades 2-12) A basic kaleidoscope tool that generates an animated snowflake. Art Kids Rule! Aviary (Grades 7-12) This site offers free software tools as a Photoshop alternative. Colour experiments. WALKING WATER Easy Kids Science Experiments. Science Projects. Science experiments for kids : Fizzing color mixing activity. Science should be ideally fun at all ages.
Unfortunately somewhere along the way of growing up, school, exams, pop quizzes and projects it loses its charms and begins to get daunting. Ha! Let the kids have fun with science when they can. Colors Science Activities. Easy bubbly colours experiment. What you need 4 large tablespoons of bicarb soda (or baking powder) 1 cup white vinegar 4 different food colourings ('natural' ones are not concentrated enough so stick to the evil chemical version) Muffin tin Teaspoon An outside table (or an inside table with lots of newspaper laid down to catch the mess.)
Activity Watch the below video to see how to do this bubbly colours experiment. Ideally, set this experiment up outside, because to make it work properly it has to get a bit messy and bubble over. Depending on how many colours you have, use a different muffin cup for each colour. We used four colours. So start by half-filling each muffin cup (in our case four muffin cups in total) with vinegar. A tool for creating more cohesive color schemes. 10 Colorful Science Experiments for Kids. Last updated Thursday, January 2, 2014 “The purest and most thoughtful minds are those which love color the most.”
John Ruskin There is something about color that ignites the mind with curiosity. Season 3 Episode 1. What a Colorful World. Breaking News English ESL Lesson Plan on Colour. Men more attracted to women in red A new study suggests that men are more physically attracted to a woman if she wears red clothes.
The report from New York’s University of Rochester conducted different experiments to find out the effects of colour on human relationships. Researchers asked more than 100 men to give a score to photographs of women. The men had to rate the women according to how pretty they were, how much the men would like to kiss them, their intelligence and how kind they looked. Colourful language: colours in international idioms. Although we have a plethora of words in our vocabularies to describe colour, it’s unlikely that we each perceive colour in the same way.
What if your red is actually my blue, or my yellow is your green? We may never know if a Parisian’s rouge is identical to a Varsovian’s czerwony, but we can at least explore the use of colour in language; if we take a walk through the colour spectrum, how much do we really have in common? Seeing red? Crimson hues signify a variety of strong emotions, from love to embarrassment to anger. English speakers aren’t the only ones seeing red; in France you might be rouge de colère (‘red with anger’), while in Romania you could find yourself a vedea roșu în fața ochilor (literally: ‘seeing red in front of your eyes’). Flowing orange Football fans could associate orange with the Dutch, while for Ukrainians a certain colour revolution might spring to mind. But what about the humble orange, the most orange of them all? Yellow: not just for scaredy cats. The science of skin color - Angela Koine Flynn. While visible human traits like height, hair texture and eye color, vary in degree from person to person, skin color is the trait most often used when describing people.
There is some consensus amongst anthropologists that modern humans evolved from the African homo, but cave paintings do not show depictions of dark skinned people. However, even without anthropological evidence that our early ancestors’ skin color varied from region to region, scientists have been able to use other evidence. One way to test the theory of what our early ancestors looked like is tracing mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA), which is passed on through the mitochondria found in the egg of the mother.
Colors & our Mind. Understanding Color. The Psychology Of Colors. ✔ Color Psychology: 10 Ways Color Influences your Choices & Changes your Feelings. What Do Colours Mean To You? Color Play. Most subconscious opinions about a product are formed within the first 90 seconds of seeing it.
What’s more, between 62 and 90 percent of those opinions are based on color alone. Laura Guido-Clark, creative director of Materials for Herman Miller, is particularly fond of this statistic, taken from a study conducted by the Institute of Color Research, because not only does it validate her work at Herman Miller, it also reinforces Herman Miller’s overarching opinion that purposeful designs can facilitate productivity and pleasure. The Infographics: Colour Science. The Infographics: Colours Of The Social World. When a social network like Twitter allows a user to select a theme to represent themselves in the digital world, that user is choosing to identify their digital persona with colors...
And we wanted to look at who chooses what colors... If the world is made up of people and those people have a color preference... what then is the color of Texas? Quia - "Colors" by Kira Willey. What Colors Mean. We live in a colorful world. In many countries, colors represent various holidays; they are also used to express feelings and enliven language. Find your favorite color and see what it means around the world. For the ancient Romans, a red flag was a signal for battle. Because of its visibility, stop signs, stoplights, brake lights, and fire equipment are all painted red. The ancient Egyptians considered themselves a red race and painted their bodies with red dye for emphasis.
In Russia, red means beautiful. In India, red is the symbol for a soldier. Colour theory - Understanding the psychology of colours. Meaning of Colors in Color Psychology. The meaning of colors can vary depending on culture and circumstances. The Psychology Of Colour. COLORING YOUR WORLD: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF COLOR (SOURCE: swide.com) CLICK TO VIEW ARTICLE Many people might not realize that the color of their walls may be greatly affecting their mood. Color has very strong ties to how a person feels and it is important to know a few basics about the psychology of color.Even if you are not that interested in other aspects of design, you should pay attention to color because it can have the biggest impact. You may have noticed that fast food restaurants (think McDonald’s) use very vivid colors of yellow, orange and red in their décor and logo.
Don McLean - Vincent ( Starry, Sarry Night) Withs Lyrics. ✔ What Color Are You? Decoding Colors How They Affect Behavior. Symbolism of Color: Using Color for Meaning. How Colors Affect Conversion Rate. Colour Idioms. Color Psychology. Special Expressions with Colors (#2), by Dennis Oliver - Free English Grammar Lessons. When It Comes to Branding, It's All About Color (Infographic) Why Is Facebook Blue? The Science Behind Colors In Marketing. Editor's Note: This is one of the most-read leadership articles of 2013. Click here to see the full list. Why is Facebook blue? According to The New Yorker, the reason is simple. It’s because Mark Zuckerberg is red-green color blind; blue is the color Mark can see the best.
Not highly scientific, right? The Psychology of Colour. What Your Logo's Color Says About Your Company (Infographic) When it comes to identifying your brand, your logo is probably the first thing your customers will think of. While honing the narrative and message behind your logo should of course be your primary concern, research suggests that your logo’s design—and specifically its colors—have more bearing on your customers’ opinions than you might think. Neuroscientist Bevil Conway, who has focused his recent research almost entirely on the neural machinery behind color, believes the science behind color processing to be very powerful and completely underexploited. Color Symbolism Chart.