Κυριακή, 9 Μαρτίου 2014

Πάσχα - Πίνακες Αναγέννησης - Κατασκευές


Πασχαλινά καλάθια, λάμπάδες και κατασκευές


Πασχαλινή κάρτα


http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/1972411?&cat=20555

Τα παιδιά ζωγραφίζουν με τέμπερες σε λευκό Α4, αφήνουμε και στεγνώνει,
κόβουν
σε σχήματα αυγού τη ζωγραφισμένη επιφάνεια
και διακοσμούμε με τα αυτά τα αυγά την κάρτα...






A complete resource of creative Easter activities and crafts
http://nurturestore.co.uk/paper-plate-easter-basket-craft
http://nurturestore.co.uk/spring-sorting-games-for-numbers-letters-words

 
 
 
Εύκολο λαγουδάκι origami
 
 Easy origami bunny rabbit
 




pop up card
oeuf de paques 3D




















 

Καλό μήνα!



Απρίλη μου ξανθέ..5ο νηπιαγωγείο Σερρών



Χάρτινη κατασκευή Σταύρωσης
















Τυπώστε και κολλήστε
σε ρολό από χαρτί τουαλέτας:











http://www.catholicicing.com/religious-easter-craft-for-kids-make/



Πασχαλινά φύλλα εργασίας



Μαθηματικά: μοτίβα




Κόβουμε τα πασχαλινά κουνελάκια και τα τοποθετούμε σε αντικείμενα (ή οτιδήποτε θέλουμε)που το όνομά τους αρχίζει από το αντίστοιχο γράμμα, πχ Τ τραπέζι.








Αριθμοί




Κόψτε και βάλτε τα αυγά κατά μέγεθος.










Πασχαλινές μάσκες






Φόντο Πασχαλινό








Πασχαλινές κατασκευές


Flowered Easter Basket

http://www.marthastewart.com/274848/easter-basket-ideas/@center/276968/easter#270547





http://easypreschoolcraft.blogspot.co.uk/2014/02/easter-bunny-paper-cup-craft.html





 

Morning Art Exploration: Fresco Painting
During the Renaissance wall paintings were very popular. In fresco painting, artists applied a layer of wet plaster to the wall and then painted on the plaster. Their tempera paint, made from eggs and pigment, soaked into the wet plaster becoming part of the plastered wall.

Plaster is made by burning limestone, marble, or travertine in a big oven. This mades lime, which is mixed with water to make plaster. You paint it on the wall, and when it dries it will get hard.

In order to get lime for plaster, and also to make mortar, lime-burners in the Middle Ages burned many of the great buildings that the Greeks and Romans had built, and many of the marble statues that Greek and Roman artists had carved. That's why we have so few of them today.

People thought this was a good thing, because the stone came from temples dedicated to the Greek and Roman gods, and the statues were of Greek and Roman gods. Now that most people were Christians or Muslims, they didn't like having all these old gods around, and many people thought that any images of people were against what God wanted.


Following the directions on the Plaster of Paris, mix up some plaster. Pour some plaster into a paper plate for each of the children. Fill the plate as this will give the plaster plaques more strength. Let the children paint on the wet plaster. The children will see what it was like for the Renaissance artists creating their fresco paintings. The children will see how quickly and carefully the Renaissance artists had to work. Imagine painting a whole wall this way.

Supplies you will need:
  • Plaster of Paris
  • thinned down tempera paint
  • mixing container
  • paper plates
  • paintbrushes
  • paint cups
  • smocks
Morning Outdoor Adventure: Making Music
Have the children compose their own music using the instruments in the Band in a Box. The children can play the instruments and try to make sounds that are representative of a season or time of the year.

Supplies you will need:
  • Band in a Box
Yoga: Jiggling
Stand on your mat and shake your wrists to loosen them and wave your hands around. Walk in place, lifting your knees as high as you can toward your chest. Stretch one foot out and rotate the foot, then repeat with the other foot. Keep moving until you start to feel warm.
  1. Kid Yoga Fun With A Twist ISBN 1402715064 Sterling Publishing Co.
Afternoon Primary Exploration: An Exercise in Listening
Antonio Vivaldi, an Italian composer, wrote a piece of music entitled the Four Seasons. Each one of the Four Seasons violin concertos has three movements, one slow and two fast, which are representative of the four seasons of the year.

Begin by playing one concerto from Vivaldi's Four Seasons. Do not tell the children which concertos they are listening to. Ask the children to listen carefully for a few minutes. Have the children think about what the music sounds like. Does it sound like summer, winter, autumn, or spring? Make sure that the drawing materials are placed within easy reach of all the children. Quietly pass out paper. The children can begin drawing when they are ready. Ask the children to quietly draw a picture of the season that the music sounds like. Remind them to use colors to show the season. When the children are finished, have them tell you what season they heard in the music. Look at the drawings together and talk about what made the music sound like the season.

Supplies you will need:
  • drawing paper
  • oil pastels
  • Vivaldi's Four Seasons
http://littlecitykids.com/perspective/index.php?category_id=3061&subcategory_id=3891




visuel 1
Réalisation d'un coq réalisé à la manière du peintre Boucheix. La peinture du coq est l'occasion de partir à la découverte du peintre Boucheix et de son oeuvre.
 
 


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