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  • 1. Lesson 20: Object Prints ART Grade 1 Teaching Guide Unit 3: THIRD QUARTER: PRINTMAKING AND OTHER MEDIA Lesson 20: Object Prints Lesson Summary Art History/ Connecting Art Production Creating Art Criticism/ Looking and Seeing Art Appreciation Appreciating Long ago, people used different shapes and put color on them, so they could repeat and print a design. Some of the materials they used were rocks, leaves, and wood. Create a print using objects you find in nature: wood, stone, leaves, vegetable stalks, fruit rinds or peels. Which shapes are similar? Different objects have different textures. We can create different kinds of designs by arranging our prints in a specific way. Time Allotment: 2 sessions (80 minutes) OBJECTIVES The learner will: 1. Discover that objects found in the neighborhood or homes have varied shapes which can be used for printing. 2. Define the given art vocabulary. 3. Understand that each object can be printed several times to create a design. 4. Appreciate the different textures of objects. 5. Learn that care is needed to make a clear print. ART VOCABULARY ● Printing: An art process by which a certain design is on a tool used for stamping. The design is then stamped on paper, or other surfaces. This way, the design doesn’t have to be drawn or made again and again. ● Print: The artwork made by printing ● Repeated design – Design or images that can be seen over and over. ● Alternate design – Design or images that occur by turns in a pattern. ● Contrast – compare in respect to differences. Elements and Principles 1. Line - curves 2. Shape – oval, circle 3. Color – dark colors 4. Pattern – repeated, alternate 5. Texture – rough Materials 1. Flat Stone 2. Leaves with texture and veins 3. Vegetables: okra, kamote, ribs of banana leaves 4. Dye (or paint) on sponge or old cloth. 5. Big newsprint for a group) or regular bond paper (one per child)
  • 2. Lesson 20: Object Prints 6. Old newspapers 7. rags 8. Wash buckets Motivation Show samples of designs on paper which have repeated shapes or color. Discuss why the design is artistic. Procedure 1. Do the MOTIVATION (above) 2. Demonstrate hoe to use natural objects as “stamps” by pressing it on a sponge or cloth full of dye or color. 3. Provide practice paper (like old newspaper) before having the students print on clean paper. 4. Press the shape on the paper or newsprint. Repeat several times, making a design or a pattern. 5. Allow each child to have 2 or 3 bond papers so he can have variations of the design. 6. After each child is finished, have them pack away the materials. Processing, Evaluation Display the finished prints. Let the students choose the best designed prints and let them explain their choice. Then have them describe their own work. Explain that these can later be made into cards, wrapping paper, or bookmarks.

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