Color Mixing Experiments for Teachers

Do you know the primary colors? They're red, yellow, and blue, right? Not always. The primary colors of light are red, green, and blue. When combined, they make white. The primary colors of printing ink are magenta, yellow, and cyan. When combined, they make black. Color Filter Paddles include primary and secondary colors, polarizing filters, and diffraction gratings. When the Mysterious Glowing Ball is spun in a circle by the cord, one can see the white light separate into blinking red, blue, and green lights.
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  • Subtractive Color Theory Demonstration

    Subtractive Color Theory Demonstration

    Perfect for teaching the optics and physics of color mixing.
    $98.95
  • Chromatography Filter Paper

    Chromatography Filter Paper

    Separate water soluble inks, revealing their hidden identities.
    $6.95
  • Liquid Light Demo

    Liquid Light Demo

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    Demonstrate the primary colors of light without a pricey light-box!
    $15.95
  • Color Filter Paddles

    Color Filter Paddles

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    Includes primary and secondary colors, polarizing filters, and diffraction gratings.
    $14.95
  • Mysterious Glowing Ball

    Mysterious Glowing Ball

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    Fascinating to watch in the dark!
    $6.95–$17.50
  • Color Splash Tablets

    Color Splash Tablets

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    Finally a safe and STAIN-FREE alternative to food coloring!
    $5.95–$224.95