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About the work
Ten Blue Things includes exactly what it describes, ten green things. In this case a whale, a plan, a popsicle, blueberries, a bird, a beetle, a planet, a seashell, a crayon and a butterfly. Individually these ten things seem random and unrelated. Collectively, the illustrate a full picture of the color blue. Pieces like this help children collect, organize and categorize objects. By making everything the same color, these “things” can then be compared by size, shape and category (i.e. Transportation, sea life, space, nature and everyday objects). This piece is perfect for grasping color in early childhood development stages and makes a fun art piece for any playroom.
This piece pairs perfectly with Ten Red Things, Then Green Things and Ten Yellow Things. When combining these colors together, children can begin to compare color palettes, and categorize even further.