This week we talked about the Color Wheel. We did a whole class on what it was, how it was used and addressed several different color families such as Analogous, Complimentary, Warm, Cool, Primary and Secondary. Students worked in tables to fill in a color wheel sheet and then were introduced to the second part of the assignment. Each student was to design two shrinky dink charms either squares or circles. Using a color family of their choosing, they filled the space with a picture or design using that family. Once both sketches were done, they received their shrinky dink blanks. Using sharpie markers in their color family, they drew onto the shrinky dink plastic. During class, I had tables come up one at a time to watch their creations get shrunk! It was very fun and the shrinking was everyone's favorite part of the project!