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Stained Glass lesson for Kindergarten to understand light, color, and shape with a Historical timeline

Stained Glass lesson for Kindergarten to understand light, color, and shape with a Historical timeline

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  • Stained Glass
    Shape and Color
    By Marie Max-Fritz
    Grade: KINDERGARTEN
    2010
  • WHAT AM I?
  • WHAT COLORS DO YOU SEE?
  • WHAT SHAPES DO YOU SEE?
  • NAME THE SHAPES AND COLORS.
  • Goal:
    Students will produce stained glass models .
    Objective:
    1. Students will improve cognitive skills by interpreting narrative stories
    2. Students will improve motor skills by line drawing
    3. Students will improve motor skills by applying color
    4. Students will improve understanding affect of color interplay
    Students will create a stained glass image
    Resources:
    Power point
    Samples of stained glass
    Materials:
    Clear contact paper
    String
    glue
    Markers
    Pre-formed shapes or shape templates
    Paper frames
    colored tissue paper pieces
    Teacher Preparation
    power-point presentation
    color exemplars for each table
    pre-ut 2 paper frames per child
    pre-cut clear contact paper to fit frame window
    Peel off sticky cover from contact paper (set aside)
    attach contact paper to one frame each
    re-adhere sticky cover to prepared framed window
    supply each work space with required material
  • Directions:
    1. Trace shapes onto multi-colored paper(s) from pre-formed shapes or templates.
    2. Cut the shapes out with scissors.
    3. Peel the sticky cover off the framed widow.
    4. Attach shapes and overlap to cover all areas of windows.
    5. Glue back side of frame onto window.
    6. Decorate frame and add lines or images to colored picture windows.
     
    Extension:
    Students can attach yarn or string to hang artwork (with teacher's help).
    Vocabulary
    Medieval- era between the years AD 1300 -AD 1500
    Rosette- circular stained glass window
    Rondel- a circular picture
    Icon- a character or person of symbolic importance
    Safety Concerns:
    none
  • Critique/Evaluation/Assessment:
    1. critique discussion on affectiveness of project and production
    2. evaluate % of attendance, class participation, following directions, completing assignments, vocabulary quiz scores
    3. assessment unsatisfactory, satisfactory, outstanding
    Time Budget:
    40 mins -
    5 min. intro,
    30 min. work time,
    3 min clean-up,
    2 min. critique and closing
    Bibliography/References:
    http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/glas/hd_glas.htm
    Notre Dame, http://images.google.com/images?q=notre+dame+stained+glass&ndsp=21&hl=en&sa=N&start=21&um=1
    http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/ho/08/euwc/ho_13.64.3ab.htm
    http://www.philamuseum.org/collections/permanent/54100.html?mulR=8364
    Stained Glass: Art or Anti-art, John Piper, Studio Vista:London, 1968
    Eyewitness Knight, Christopher Gravett, DK Publising,Inc.,2007
    Art Smart, Susan Rodriquez,Pearson Education, 2007
    Metropolitan Museum of Art, Howard Hibbard, Harrison House, 1980