Sorting Colors Is Easier Said Than Done

August 19, 2011
Challenge your sense of color. Sort hues into graduated boxes.

Vacation Update:

If you read the August 10 post, you will know that I am on a two-week trip with our grandson by car, plane and sailboat.

Today is the last day in Boothbay Harbor, Maine. By now we’ve learned all we are going to learn about sailing and will drive down to Boston to fly out tomorrow back to San Francisco and pick up our car that we’ve left at my brother-in-laws. On Sunday we’ll drive up to northern California and return our grandson to his parents.



My artist friend, Lynne Fearman — who has given me permission to use her pictures for the Step Into Pictures feature on Support4Change — recently sent me a link to a fascinating color game. It could become a little addictive, I suppose, but even done once, it is great fun to see how proficient you are in selecting the right colors.

At the ends of four lines with squares of colors are two colored boxes that cannot move. In between, there are twenty colored squares that are moveable. The goal is to drag and drop the colors in each row to arrange them by hue order. Amazing how much difference a little change in hue can make.


Online Color Challenge. How well do you see color?

Let me know what score you made.

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