Sumi-e & Haiku
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  • 1. Sumi-e & Haiku Japanese ink painting and poetry - 3rd Grade
  • 2. Sumi-e “Ink Painting”
  • 3. Less is More… This special type of painting is created by capturing the essence of an object with the fewest, quickest brushstrokes.
  • 4. History… Dates as far back as the mid 14th century. Sumi-e was introduced to the Japanese by Korean missionaries.
  • 5. The tools of Sumi-e  Ink Sticks  Bamboo Brushes  Rice Paper
  • 6. Haiku Haiku is a form of poetry, first made popular in Japan, which has become appreciated around the world. Haiku poets are challenged to convey a vivid message in only 17 syllables.
  • 7. Value & Structure       Valued for their simplicity Syllables arranged in 3 lines 5-7-5 Usually about nature Present tense Adjectives
  • 8. The cool autumn air The cool autumn air
Blows the leaves from their branches
That crunch underfoot.
  • 9. Let’s take a look… http://www.teachervision.fen.com/tv/printab les/hmco/how_to_write_haiku.pdf
  • 10. Now let’s put it together… Here’s a sumi-e of a cat… Let’s write haiku together!
  • 11. Ready -Set -Ink! Follow teacher instructions to create your personal sumi-e.
  • 12. Supplies: White paper Black paper Straw Glue Pen Scissors
  • 13. Inspiration https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=chwADnoFDn g
  • 14. References: Kidzone.ws Scholastic.com/teachers/asset/what-haiku Google Images You Tube http://www.teachervision.fen.com/tv/printables/h mco/how_to_write_haiku.pdf