03 Apr An early learning teacher discovers the amazing Chrysanthos Trigeod color wheel puzzle

A Designated Early Childhood Educator and Ontario Certified Teacher named Ms Rose Marcelli has introduced the Chrysanthos Trigeod color wheel to her kindergarten students at Moraine Hills Public School in Richmond Hill, Ontario. The students have had the opportunity to explore the color wheel through play-based learning opportunities. The students were intrigued to discover and create with the color wheel. They all love it! Rose will be creating and implementing a series of learning opportunities for the primary grades which meet a variety of curriculum expectations. You may visit her Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/educate.invest.inspire/ or blog:  http://educateinvestinspire.blogspot.ca to find out more about how she is using it with her students.

Here are some imaginative desings that the students have created:

 

Moraine Hills Childrens Creations

 

 

3 Comments
  • gwen harris
    Posted at 04:56h, 04 September Reply

    could this be used by prek as well as 2 year olds I’m very interested in purchasing this learning tool im a prek teacher at a daycare and learning center in st.louis mo

    • Tony
      Posted at 09:28h, 04 September Reply

      The color wheel is not recommended for children under 2 however if supervised, I would assume its ok as the pieces are not that small and are non toxic. Each piece is 6.5 cm (2.6 in) long x 4 cm (1.6 in) in size.

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    Posted at 14:15h, 15 November Reply

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