Child development is a very important task. To keep the kids actively and enthusiastically learning new things, it is better to conduct all activities in a playful form. In this case, the interest of the children will not weaken, and the developing lesson will be more fruitful. One of the most effective classes is modeling. Do crafts with your own hands kids can from plasticine, clay or even edible marzipan and culinary mastic. Molding develops small motor skills, it has a beneficial effect on the development of speech, memory, concentration and attention. By fashioning different figures, the kids prepare for school, develop their creative potential. At the first stages of training adults need to help crumbs. And when he learns basic techniques, you can give more freedom for imagination and creativity. For modeling, often, you need a topic. Here in the cage of the house a bright parrot bristled. And in the forest there are owls with big eyes. In the summer in the village the baby saw a small yellow chicken or duck on the lake. All these wonderful birds can be dazzled, incidentally telling them about the children. Chicken from marzipan. It will take:
- Marzipan confectionery for modeling yellow, red, white and green (it can be replaced with plasticine or a special test, in this case it will not be possible to eat the chicken);
- Light blue (for eyes);
If you sculpt such a chicken with very smallit is better to work with children in parallel. An adult rolls a ball and the baby rolls a ball, etc. In the process of work, it is necessary to explain and show the crumbs how to move palms or fingers, that would be a ball, sausage, cone, etc.
From yellow marzipan roll a large ball. This is the body of a chicken.
From the red marzipan roll 4 small balls. From one of them to form a cone.
Attach 3 balls to the body of the chicken. It's a comb.
The red cone is the beak. To stick the balls you need to fold your fingers "pinch".
Roll out a piece of marzipan green cake. This is the grass in which the chicken will sit.
Roll the same 3 red sauces from red marzipan. 2 bend in half and attach as in the photo. Third cut into 2 equal parts and stick between bent sausages. It's the feet of a chicken.
Roll 2 small balls of white color. It's eyes. For expressiveness, attach to them 2 blue balls from the cooking pot.
Cut the cone of the beak with a wet knife.
To the green cake add a few sausages-grass blades.
The chicken is ready. A little duckling. It will take:
- Plastic material of yellow, white and black color (clay, dough, marzipan);
- 2 pumpkin seeds for the beak;
This duckling is also suitable for modeling with the youngest children.
Roll 2 large yellow balls and join them.
Roll 3 smaller balls and attach them to one of the big balls (trunk) from three sides parallel to each other.
Flatten these 3 balls. It will be wings and a tail.
To the second big ball (head) to attach pumpkin seeds. It's a beak.
Floss with a toothpick on the wings and beak.
Roll 2 very small balls of white color and 2 even less black. It's eyes. Balls of black color can be replaced with beads.
Roll a thin sausage of yellow, twist into a spiral and attach to the head. The duckling had a pretty chubby.
If you use clay to make such a duckling, which does not sink in the water, you can send the duckling to sail. Big-eyed owl. It will take:
- Material for modeling of brown, black and orange colors;
- 3 sunflower seeds.
The working surface is better covered with a film.
Roll the ball is brown. This is the body of an owl.
A little press it with the palm over the entire surface.
Roll 2 balls of orange for the eyes. Flatten them.
Attach the blanks of the eyes to the body of the owl.
Form 2 balls of black color smaller. Flatten. It's the pupils.
Attach flat cakes of black color over orange cakes.
From three seeds make a beak and wings.
A little big-eyed owl is ready. A bright parrot. Such a bird can be sculpted with older children, cloth and wire will be used in the work. It will take:
- Material for modeling green, blue and orange;
- Small pieces of wire (they need to be rounded on one side);
- Pieces of bright fabric;
- Paint (bronze or brown);
- 2 beads for the eyes.
The material is always well kneaded before stuccoing.
From a large piece of green color roll down thick sausage.
Bend it in half and pull it out on one side and make it thinner. There will be a ponytail.
The second side is rounded. It will be a head.
Slightly flatten the workpiece on all surfaces.
Cut a triangular piece on the head where the beak should be.
From a material of orange color roll a ball.
Using your fingers, give it a cube shape and flatten it. This is a blank for the beak.
On the head make grooves from 2 sides and insert beads there - eyes.
Insert the workpiece for the beak into the cutout on the head. With a toothpick, make a groove along the beak and draw the nostrils.
A toothpick or an awl (adults should follow this) make longitudinal grooves imitating plumage.
Roll a thin sausage of blue. Attach a peephole around the eye.
Make a few smears of paint to give the parrot even more brightness.
From a piece of cloth, cut two wings and glue to the parrot's body.
From the pieces of wire make the legs and tail.
The parrot is ready.