Teach children in the preparatory group to draw help using non-traditional drawing
Unconventional drawing for children inthe preparatory group of preschool institutions (kindergartens) is of great importance. First of all - it's an acquaintance with the fine arts, an excellent option for the development of many useful qualities and a way to show a natural talent for drawing or to get a great hobby in later life. Every child is a person. They have their own opinion, their abilities, preferences and interests. But, they are all inquisitive without exception, they love to play and draw, even if this is not quite right. It is in order to teach the child to draw, draw him to the world of beauty and simply, in the process of work, to bring to him new knowledge, information, to cultivate certain qualities in him, use kindergartens for unconventional drawing. Children in the preparatory group of the kindergarten, due to their age and development, can already use almost any technique of non-traditional drawing. The most commonly used techniques are:
- drawing with hands (palms or fingers);
- drawings with a stroke;
- drawings on raw paper;
- use of wax crayons or candles and watercolors;
- monotype and diatype;
- batik (painting on fabric);
- drawing with charcoal, chalk, sanguine;
- drawing using natural materials (twigs, leaves and even croup);
- collage and many other equally interesting ways.
Such diversity in the choice of methods and materialsfor creativity develops children's imagination, acquaints with the properties of materials and how they can be applied in practice, allows you to transfer your perception of the surrounding world in the drawings. The creative process itself is an interesting game that gives children a lot of positive emotions. Very interesting for children at this age is such a technique as drawing on raw paper. She introduces the children to the interaction of water and watercolor, putting a few colors on each other. In this technique, you can create drawings in two ways. The first option Pre-prepared paperthe sheet is wetted with water. To keep it moist longer, it can be put on a wet napkin. Then, using a brush or fingers, a watercolor painting is applied on it. On wet paper, the paint spreads, falling on each other. It turns out an interesting blurry image, on which there are quite unusual contours and shades. If a site needs to be selected slightly, then it is necessary to wait a little while the paper dries and dorisovat details or add a tint. Option two The second option is slightly different from the first, although the figures in the end are similar to each other. Take a dry sheet of paper and draw a drawing with watercolors in any convenient way. Then, the finished drawing is lowered into the water (the sheet needs to be lowered into the water tank with the side on which there is an image) and quickly pulled out. Paints on the surface of the paper slightly spread, creating a stunning effect. Further actions of the young artist are the same as in the previous version. Diatype This is another technique of non-traditionaldrawing, which is relevant for children in the preparatory group of the kindergarten. It allows you to develop imagination, attention and accuracy among children, which is very useful for them in school. For work you will need cardboard, for whichApply a coat of paint and a white sheet of paper. The cardboard sheet is covered with a dense layer of paint of any color. Then, a white drawing paper is carefully applied to it, and a contour of a particular object is drawn along it with a pencil, a stick or a spoke. It is important that the child does not press hard on the paper and does not move it from the cardboard with hands otherwise the picture will not work. As a result of such actions, a mirror image of what the children are drawing is obtained on the back of the paper. First you need to work with one color of paint. Gradually you can start using two or more colors. Grottage Grattaj is an exciting activity, perfectsuitable for children of this age group. Guys with delight and delight create beautiful drawings. The essence of this technique is to scratch the image over a surface covered with paraffin or wax and paints. If at an early age to prepare a paper for the creative process it was necessary for an adult (educator), then in the preparatory group the children themselves will gladly take up their work. There are several options for how to prepare the paper surface. We will use the simplest of all. On the cardboard or Whatman we put wax. The easiest way is to use wax crayons. Apply very carefully to get a uniform layer. The paper can be white or colored, depending on the wishes of the young painter. Then we paint this layer with carcass or gouache. To paint does not stain your hands when working in it, you need to add a little soapy solution. Sometimes, to get a uniform tone, the paint should be applied in several layers. After the paper is prepared, and the paint is dried, the child can begin to scratch some image. To do this, use special sticks with sharp ends, knitting needles, toothpicks and much more. Even plastic forks will do. Topics for working in non-traditional technologydrawing can be different. Most often - a festive theme, drawing summer, autumn, winter or spring, the image of animals, plants and birds, family, transportation and so on. Whatever the child does not paint in an unconventional way, he gets a lot of positive emotions and gets a lot of necessary qualities and skills.