How to Mix 3 Colors to Make a Rainbow – Science Experiments for Kids – Primary Colors
Do you know how to MAKE A RAINBOW? Join Professor Labcoat as he makes the entire rainbow from just 3 colors – red, yellow, and blue.
red + blue makes purple
yellow + blue makes green
red + yellow makes orange
Learn about primary colors, secondary colors, and tertiary colors.
We also show you a great memory aid for remembering all the colors of the rainbow!
Make sure to WATCH TO THE END for outtakes!
It’s never too early to get kids excited about science by doing demonstrations and experiments.Hands-on experience with color mixing for kids is a great way to remember these concepts for good. Let us know what other videos you’d like to see in the comments below!
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MATERIALS USED SO YOU CAN DO THIS AT HOME:
– 7 cups
– red, yellow, and blue food coloring drops
– something to stir with (we used a chopstick)
That’s it! Have fun!
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Professor Labcoat: Matt DeNoto
Directed by Michael Harrison
Written and Produced by Kimberly Hatch Harrison
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