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Pattern Peacocks and Bling

This is my lesson plan for using pattern and peacocks. The bling is to add a bit of fun.
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Christy Berry

on 20 August 2013

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Pattern Peacocks with Bling
Michigan Benchmarks
Kindergarten
Art.VA.11.K.2
First Grade
Art.VA.1V.1.1
Second Grade
Art.VA.111.2.1
Third Grade
Art.VA.1.3.3
Art.VA.V.3.1
Fourth Grade
Art.VA.1.4.3
Fifth Grade
Art.VA.1.5.3
Sixth Grade
Art.VA.1.6.5
Day 1
Introduce Peacocks
Ask the students if they have ever seen or heard a peacock?
Show the pattern peacock video of what the students will be creating (2 minutes)
Books and Reading Activity
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Kindergarten
Read the book Animals I see at the Zoo
Have students follow along with each step
Demonstrate how to draw the head of the peacock and body in pencil.
Demonstrate how to draw the back tail of the bird using curved lines.
While reading the story ask the students what kind of patterns that they see in the different animals.
Stop specifically on the peacock page.
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Introduce different kinds of patterns in nature and art; specifically the peacock patterns.
2nd and 3rd Grade

Take a picture walk through the book and pick out information about the peacock. Emphasizing vocabulary words
1st Grade
Read the book A Peachick Grows Up
Have students follow along with each step
Demonstrate how to draw the head of the peacock and body in pencil.
Demonstrate how to draw the back tail of the bird using curved lines.
Read the book Meet the Peacock
Have students follow along with each step
Demonstrate how to draw the head of the peacock and body in pencil.
Demonstrate how to draw the back tail of the bird using curved lines.
Read the book Peacocks
Have students follow along with each step
Demonstrate how to draw the head of the peacock and body in pencil.
Demonstrate how to draw the back tail of the bird using curved lines.
4th and 5th Grade
Take a picture walk through the book and pick out information about the peacock. Emphasizing vocabulary words
Visual Arts
As you are reading emphasis the vocabulary words in bold.
6th Grade
Read the poem
Peacock
from the book Peacock and other poems
Have students follow along with each step
Demonstrate how to draw the head of the peacock and body in pencil.
Demonstrate how to draw the back tail of the bird using curved lines.
Read the poem and then ask the students to compare and contrast the male and female peafowl.
Read the poem again.
Day 2
Read the story Bees, Snails, and Peacock tails by Betsy Franco and Illustrated by Steve Jenkins.
Look at pattern in art from around the world and dicuss what kinds of patterns the students notice. http://www.artsconnected.org/collection/144161/pattern#%281%29
Patterns in Artwork from Around the World
http://www.artsconnected.org/collection/144161/pattern#%281%29
Kindergarten to 3rd Grade
4th to 6th Grade
Look at pattern in art from around the world and dicuss what kinds of patterns the students notice. http://www.artsconnected.org/collection/144161/pattern#%281%29
Day 3
Review patterns and what add patterns to peacock drawing.
Kindergarten to 6th Grade
Watch Peacocks have Pattern
Discuss what kinds of pattern to include in each of the eyespots of the students' peacock. Specifically, symbols from the students culture.
Have students draw their peacock patterns and then outline the peacock with a black sharpie or black crayon.
Day 4-6
Review patterns and where they can be found.
Demonstrate/review the wax resist/watercolors techinques for Day 4.
Kindergarten to 2nd Grade
Reveiw watercolor techinques with a wash and adding details
Have students use a wax resist and then use watercolors.
3rd Grade to 6th Grade
Students have a choice in which way to proceed for adding their color to their peacock.
Watercolor
Colorpencils or Colorsticks
Crayons
Markers
Day 7
Review patterns and create a writing piece to accompany the artwork.
Kindergarten to 1st Grade
Have students create a title card for the artwork.
2nd Grade
Have students create a title card for the artwork and a sentence about their artwork.
3rd to 6th Grade
Have students create a title card for the artwork. Students have a choice to either write a poem about their picture/peacock or they can write a statement.
Review patterns and disucss what are things that people where to be flashy like a peacock.
Demonstrate how to add bling to their peacock
Kindergarten to 6th Grade
Students have the students glue down sequins to a variety of places on the peacocks body.
Day 8
Writing Activity
While the class is working on their peacocks, pull small groups to start working on a short poem about their peacock. Have the students look at the mentor texts for information that they would like to include in their poem.
For students choosing a poem activity
While the class is working on their peacocks, pull small groups to start working on a short poem about their peacock. Have the students look at the mentor texts for information/words that they would like to include in their poem.
Vocabulary Words
Clutch
Crest
Crop
Display
Preen
Incubate
Molting
Omnivores
Peacock
Peahen
Peachick
Peafowl
Blend
Endangered
Forage
Grains
Hatch
Species
Embryo
Egg Tooth
Fancy
Eyespots
Sparkle
Pattern
Bling
Not all vocabulary words are used with every grade. This list includes some key words that appear in the texts, or lesson.
Students could create an accrostic poem for their peacock picture.
Videos
Common Core Standards
English Languge Arts: READING
Kindgergarten
RI.K.4
First Grade
RI.1.2
Second Grade
RI.2.4
Third Grade
RI.3.1
Fourth Grade
RI.4.1
Fifth Grade
RI.5.9
Sixth Grade
RI.6.1
English Languge Arts: WRITING
Kindgergarten
W.K.8
First Grade
W.1.8
Second Grade
W.2.8
Third Grade
W.3.2
Fourth Grade
W.4.2
Fifth Grade
W.5.2
Sixth Grade
W.6.2
Science
Kindergarten
S.IP.00.11
First Grade
L.OL.E.2
Second Grade
S.IP.02.11
Third Grade
L.EV.03.11
Fourth Grade
S.IP.04.11
Fifth Grade
L.EV.05.12
Kindgergarten
K.G.2
Mathematics
18-20 points
Student used a variety of lines, colors, and basic geometric shapes and patterns to creatively express feelings and personal experiences.
16-17 points
Student used some lines, colors, and basic geometric shapes and patterns to express feelings and personal experiences.
14-13 points
Stude
n
t used some lines, colors, shapes, and patterns.
12 and below points
Student needed assistance with some lines, colors, shapes, and patterns.
Graded Activities
Kindergarten:
Art.VA.11.K.2
First Grade:
Art.VA.1V.1.1
18-20 points
Student identify and experiment with materials to communicate ideas related to the student's world.
16-17 points
Student experimented with materials to communicate ideas related to the student's world.
14-13 points
Student used materials to communicate ideas.
12 and below points
Student needed assistance with materials and ideas relating to student's world.
Second Grade: Art.VA.111.2.1
18-20 points
Student demonstrated knowledge of pattern by using same image throughout the eyespots and crown of peacock.
16-17 points
Student demonstrated knowledge of pattern by using the same image thoughout the eyespots.
14-13 points
Student occasionally repeated an image in the eyespots.
12 and below points
Student needed assistance with repeating an image throughout the artwork.
Third Grade: Art.VA.1.3.3 and Art.VA.V.3.1
54-60 points
Student included a pattern in the image neatly. Student also described how pattern is in their artwork.
48-53 points
Student included a pattern in the image. Student described how the pattern is in the artwork.
42-47 points
Student included partial pattern in the image. Student described pattern in the artwork.
41 and below points
Student needed assistance with patterns and describing patterns in their artwork.
Fourth Grade: Art.VA.1.4.3
54-60 points
Student included a pattern in the image neatly. Student also described how pattern is in their artwork.
48-53 points
Student included a pattern in the image. Student described how the pattern is in the artwork.
42-47 points
Student included partial pattern in the image. Student described pattern in the artwork.
41 and below points
Student needed assistance with patterns and describing patterns in their artwork.
Fifth Grade: Art.VA.1.5.3
54-60 points
Student included a pattern in the image neatly. Student also described how pattern is in their artwork.
48-53 points
Student included a pattern in the image. Student described how the pattern is in the artwork.
42-47 points
Student included partial pattern in the image. Student described pattern in the artwork.
41 and below points
Student needed assistance with patterns and describing patterns in their artwork.
Sixth Grade: Art.VA.1.6.5
54-60 points
Student included a pattern in the image neatly. Student also described how pattern is in their artwork.
48-53 points
Student included a pattern in the image. Student described how the pattern is in the artwork.
42-47 points
Student included partial pattern in the image. Student described pattern in the artwork.
41 and below points
Student needed assistance with patterns and describing patterns in their artwork.
Standards addressed in this lesson
Only the art standards are graded.
Start with a sketch in pencil.
Include a pattern in each eyespot.
Trace over the lines with a black sharpie marker.
Add a wax resist.
Add a wash with a variety of colors.
Add details and bling with sequins.
Students choose paper orientation:
Portrait
Landscape
Progression of Lesson
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