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- Teaching Color Combos
- Teaching Colors
Comments about Primary Science Color Mixing Lenses:
My four-year-old and I have been working on learning about mixing colors lately. We've played in paint, mixing blue and yellow to make green. We even used droppers to place drops of watercolors on coffee filters and watch the colors run into each other, creating a beautiful tie-dye effect. We've had lots of fun learning about colors, but when we received the Color Mixing Lenses from Learning Resources (one of their new 2013 products), He really seemed to get a better grasp on the concept. The unique way the Color Mixing Lenses work allow your child to "see" in color!
The Color Mixing Lenses set comes with a large sturdy lens frame (shaped much like a magnifying glass), and three colored lenses (red, yellow, and blue) that slide easily into one of the three slots on the side of the main lens piece. You can use one lens, or mix and match to create different colors!
This product gives your child a new perspective on colors, and my four-year-old has had a blast looking at everything through his color lenses!
Geared toward ages 2-6, the easy-to-use Color Mixing Lenses give preschoolers a unique way to learn about color combos.
*I received this product free of charge for the purpose of review.*