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Color in Motion

Color in Motion An interactive site by Claudia Cortes introduces color in a fun way. There are animated figures that explain how you can use colors to communicate and how colors symbolize certain emotions and events. There are activities such as a kaleidescope and a scene maker where you can
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Color in Motion


An interactive site by Claudia Cortes introduces color in a fun way. There are animated figures that explain how you can use colors to communicate and how colors symbolize certain emotions and events. There are activities such as a kaleidescope and a scene maker where you can design a still scene based upon a word given to you. This is an excellent, fun site that is also available in Spanish.

Claudia Cortes

• Learning Games • Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations


• High School Middle School Elementary School

Kristin Born

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