To develop artistic and creative abilities using non-traditional painting techniques.
To clarify and extend children's ideas about the cosmos ;
To form children's ideas about the stars and constellations;
To replenish and strengthen vocabulary;
To develop informative activity;
Secure the ability to act in accordance with the regulations;
To promote the development of creative thinking and imagination;
To cultivate accuracy when working with paints
Contribute to the development of children's creativity and imagination for self-drawing of the plot
Educational: To educate the organization, activity, self-control;
Methods and techniques:
Visual, verbal, games, ICT.
Material: Watercolor paints, brushes, cups of water, sheets of paper on which pre-wax candle, painted stars, visual material (starry sky, constellations, telescope) .
Teacher: Children, today we will talk with you about the starry sky. In a clear and moonless night sky sky dotted with many stars (demonstration slide). The stars seem tiny, sparkling points because they are very far from Earth. Actually they are huge. Starry sky seen by each of us, but not everyone noticed that the stars are not just scattered across the night sky. Even in ancient times, watching the night sky, people noticed that the stars are arranged in a certain order and you can combine them into constellations, to which they later gave names. The most famous constellation of the Great bear, which is similar to the ladle (demonstration slide). Near the big dipper is URSA Minor (demonstration slide). At the end of it shines the North star. It is the brightest star in the night sky. And which constellations do you know? (answers of children) With special devices you can see the smaller stars, planets, constellations, nebulae and galaxies. What is the name of this device? (answers of children)
Properly, this device called the telescope (demonstration slide). With it, you can see the craters on the moon's surface, clouds on Jupiter, and stars twinkling in the sky, suddenly become much brighter and closer. Who can tell me what the name of the scientist who studies the stars? (children's responses) Right, it's the astronomer.
And here as usual tonight, an old astronomer looked into his telescope magic, but he didn't see the sky no stars. The sight of it just got corrupted over the years. He was very upset. "Really, I'll never see the stars" - sadly he thought.
Guys, let's help the astronomer and draw him by the night sky.
Children sit on their jobs. They hear a special leaves on which the wax is already drawn moon and stars.
Teacher: Leaflets, which we're going to draw magic. First, we'll paint over them in blue.
Children begin to paint the leaves and they appear the moon and the stars.
And then outlined the outline of each star with a certain color (optional child)
Teacher: well Done, guys! Worked you today on the glory! Now, our old astronomer will be most happy, it's so nice to do something good for people who need it.
After the children finished drawing, is arranged an exhibition of works.