Free Color Wheel Templates Color Wheel Template and Directions It is recommended that

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            It is recommended that you print this out on white oak tag or heavy card stock.


Directions for Making an Individual Color Wheel: Cut out the colored circle
above. Cut the same size circle from oak tag or an index card without lines.
Cut out a pie piece from the plain circle that is 1/3 of the colored circle.
Ideally, the colored circle and plain circle should be laminated before
assembling. Use a metal brad to attach the plain circle to the front of the
colored circle. The finished product should allow you to see only one color
on the circle at a time.

Directions for Implementing a Color Wheel:
   1. Establish criteria for each color. Typically green means that students
      are free to move about the classroom and talk to peers and staff.
      Yellow means that students are expected to stay in their assigned
      areas and raise their hands if they have questions or comments. Red
      means that students must stay in their assigned areas and may not
      speak. This is used when giving instructions and it is not yet
      appropriate to ask questions or comment.

  2. Take the time to teach the criteria as you would any other concept
     during a structured lesson.

  3. Adhere the color wheel to the student’s desk. Position it to the
     appropriate color each time the class makes a transition and the
     criteria changes.

  4. Prompt the student verbally or gesturally until they are
     independently responding to the color wheel as a visual cue for the
     expectations.
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