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Abstract in drawing in the older group, "On the Savannah African giraffe walks slowly" 2018
2016-06-03, 08:17:27

Integration of educational areas:

"Communication", "Cognition", "Perception of literature", "Art", "Music", "Physical culture"


To create conditions for formation at children of skills of drawing of a giraffe in the technique of "painting with handprints and cotton buds".


- To broaden their horizons and knowledge of children about the exotic animals of tropical countries;

- Clarify ideas about the appearance of a giraffe, the peculiarities of its adaptation to the environment. To develop children's ability to draw a giraffe in sequence, transmitting the characteristic features of appearance: shape, colour, structure;

- Consolidate the techniques of drawing palms and cotton swabs;

- To develop the ability to use a variety of art-visual materials: gouache, pencils, markers for emphasis, and a more accurate realization of the intent;

- Encourage independent children's creativity and imagination, initiative, the ability to make additions appropriate to a given topic;

- To foster an interest in animals, the desire to portray them;

- To arouse in children a desire to talk about their drawings;

- Fix the ability to combine the pronunciation of the words and motion in the physical activities and training "giraffes 
Have spots... ".

Preliminary work:

Talk about animals of hot countries. The solving of puzzles. The reading of literature. Familiarity with the appearance of exotic animals (photos, pictures)


illustration with the image of the giraffe, audio - song E. Zheleznova "giraffe spots-spots", A4 format, pencil, colored pencils, eraser, yellow and brown gouache paint, brushes, black marker, cotton swabs.


I. introductory part

- Guys, let's say Hello and smile to each other. (Children greet and smile at each other)

- How are you feeling?

- Excellent! Then I hasten to invite you on a journey! And here is where, you learn from the poem, which I will now read:

Somewhere in the jungle on vines,

somewhere on the South side,

Inhabited by monkeys,

and giraffes, and elephants.

Where in silver Creek

hippos sweet sleep,

Painted birds

colour of the rainbow fly.

- You guys guessed where I invite you? (Answers of children)

- Yes, it's an amazing country Africa - the Kingdom of the hot sun. There is summer all the year round and never happens cold winter and snow.

- And what do you know the animals that live in Africa? (Answers of children)

- Today I invite you to draw one animal that lives in hot countries. But what you will learn after guessing the riddle.

He spotted, tall and slender,

Good-natured and calm.

The neck is long.

To climb, to jump not able.

He refers to ungulates.

He likes the lunch was hearty.

The giant peaceful nature.

What's his name?

(Children guess a riddle)

- Of course, it's a giraffe. It is the tallest animal on earth.

The teacher shows pictures of a giraffe.

- Guys, what is so remarkable about a giraffe, what is special about its appearance? (Children see the illustrations and answer.) Long neck, long legs, spots on the body.

- A giraffe is a herbivore or prey? What feeds? (Answers of children.) Herbivore, eats leaves of trees.

- How you think, what the giraffe's long thin legs? (Assumptions children.) It is easy to run away from predators. The high growth and good vision help the giraffe from afar to notice the danger.

- Why is the giraffe so spotty coloration? (Assumptions children.) The spots on the giraffe skin camouflage role play to help the giraffe to hide from predators. When standing against the tree, his camouflage very well merges it with leaves.

- You want to know why the giraffe has a long neck? (Children listen to the story of a caregiver.)

A long time ago on the wild African Savannah roamed a herd of giraffes. It had grown giraffes – mom and dad – and many young, restless jirapat. All the giraffes were like little horses, that's how tall they were.

All day giraffes roamed the Savannah and were looking for their own food among the various bushes of the Mimosa. They liked to eat leaves and twigs of the Mimosa, but was particularly fond of the flowers of these plants. But the flowers grew very high, and not every giraffe could get to them.

And once one small girafee thought:

- And how to make it so that I could get to these delicious flowers of the Mimosa?

And as soon as he came to a Bush of Mimosa, he struggled and craned my neck to reach leaves and flowers, which nobody else was getting.

Many giraffes laughed at him and said:

- Come on, you have nothing! Our ancestors lived like everyone else, and your neck is not pulled anywhere. And so we live. Stay with us and live like a normal giraffe.

And only one mother calmed him and said:

- If you believe in something, continue to do, whatever they say.

And small giraftar not listened to anyone and continued his attempts. Every day he came to a Bush of Mimosa and stretched his neck. This went on for many days.

He was almost ready to give up everything and just thinking about the delicious flowers stopped him.

And then one day, grafeneck, as usual, came to the Mimosa and tried again to pull the neck. And then a miracle happened! He got a beautiful and tasty flower, plucked it and ran to my mom shouting:

- Mommy, mommy! I did it! I got the flower!

Then he happily ran to the lake and in the water saw my reflection – it looked beautiful young giraffe with a long neck and long legs.

Many, many more days of a young giraffe brought his mother tasty leaves and flowers that grow very high. After all, she believed in him! And he did all that he was up to.

After all, if you believe in something and are making steps to it, it will come true!

- Guys, so why a giraffe need such a long neck? (Answers of children.) The long neck helps the giraffe to reach the highest trees, from which he rips off the sheets.

- Let me tell you a few interesting facts: a giraffe's neck can sometimes reach up to 2 meters in length. And an adult giraffe can weigh as much as a truck. And it's not as much as 1400 pounds, and even giraffes have purple tongue and it's the longest tongue of all mammals (50 cm, it can even clean its ears with its tongue.

- Here's a giraffe we're going to draw.

II. The main part

- Well, sit back, take the hands of ordinary pencils, it's time to start. (Children start to work.)

In the beginning of the drawing we always choose the right position of the sheet. How do you guys think, how is better to put the sheet – vertically or horizontally? Why?

- The giraffe is growing up to 6 meters, and half that height falls on the long neck.

- Put your left palm on a piece of paper and circle all the toes except the big one.

- Flip the picture and view: we have turned legs. Will doricum oval body and long neck.

- Next draw the head, small oval, oval front a little narrower, as the giraffe has an elongated muzzle.

- Now let Prorsum details: round ears, horns on the head, eyes. Don't forget that on the legs of a giraffe hoof. Let's porisuem tail with a tassel.

- What color is a giraffe? (Answers of children.) Body and legs yellow, and the spots, horns and a tail tipped with brown.

- Take the brush and let's paint the head, torso, and legs yellow.

- Guys, we painted the giraffe. When the paint is dry, we will doricum spots. And while the paint dries, we get some rest.

Phys. the moment the song E. Zheleznova "giraffe spots-spots"

The teacher invites the children to stand in a circle, gives instruction and includes musical accompaniment. Children repeat the movements of the caregiver.

Giraffes have spots, spots, spots, spots everywhere.

(Children clap throughout the body with the palms)

On the forehead, the ears, the neck, the elbows,

There on the nose, belly, knees and toes.

(Children touch the appropriate parts of the body)

Elephants have folds, creases, folds, wrinkles everywhere,

(Children have to pinch myself, as if gathering the folds)

On the forehead, the ears, the neck, the elbows,

There on the nose, belly, knees and toes.

(Children touch the appropriate parts of the body)

Kittens have fur, fur, fur, everywhere sherlocka.

(Children to stroke himself, as if stroking fur)

On the forehead, the ears, the neck, the elbows,

There on the nose, belly, knees and toes.

(Children touch the appropriate parts of the body)

And zebras have strips have strips everywhere.

(Children hold the edges of the palm on the body, "paint stripes")

On the forehead, the ears, the neck, the elbows,

There on the nose, belly, knees and toes.

(Children touch the appropriate parts of the body)

III. The final part

We drew a giraffe, painted, rested, and now let's draw the spots on the body. Take a cotton swab, dip it in brown paint and put dots all over the torso. The pattern of giraffe spots everyone has their own, unique. It is impossible to find two identical giraffes!

- What else can you draw a giraffe around? What surrounds it? (Answers of children.)

- Draw colored pencils giraffe around all that surrounds it: the grass, the sun, trees, flowers, butterflies, clouds.

- Well done guys, you did a great job! You turned out real giraffes.

- I want you to think im funny nicknames.

The analysis of the works.

Category: Arts & Crafts Kindergarten | Added by: Admin | Tags: giraffe, African, drawing, Walks, group, slowly, older, Abstract, Savannah
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