Art lesson ANIMALS - Pukeko Stomp with NZ links (paint and weaving)
Techniques are teacher guided and includes extensive student choice opportunities.
Suitable for upper primary / elementary and middle school.
A clearly laid out full-colour PDF presentation. This is a great art lesson to combine with a science inquiry into New Zealand Flora and Fauna.
The Pukeko has become an iconic symbol of New Zealand culture and is regularly represented in various forms of art. This lesson explores the habitat of this well known wetland ground bird, including the plants and water in its habitat.
NZ picture books have been recommended as reference among a list of resource links and a clear and comprehensive photo journal of each step of the process has been provided, along with student and teacher exemplars of work in progress and completed work.
This unit incorporates art elements of space (foreground, middle ground, background), texture (weaving) and colour hues (paint mixing). Students explore colour mixing and layering to achieve variety and depth.
Enjoy the step-by-step instructions in this unit, brimming with colour photographs of authentic student work. The examples in this unit were created by 8-9 year olds. Landscape layout suitable for viewing through large or independent screens. Presentation consists of 73 slides (pages).
*Great resource, looking forward to using it in class
*I tried to come up with an idea on pukekos as they are out our window at school. Spent ages
trying to come up with an art idea and then I found this! Thank you heaps.
*This is an excellent unit. The children are enjoying working through the stages of creating their paintings.