Pirates – Parrot and Flag b project Skills



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Pirates – Parrot and Flag
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Project Skills:

  • The youth will learn about the appearance of pirates and how they made a living


Life Skills:

  • Developing Self

  • Decision Making

  • Problem Solving

  • Hand/Eye Coordination

  • Serving Others



Academic Standard:

Art and Design Education: C.4.7 Develop basic skills to produce quality art


Grade Levels:

Kindergarten – 1st


Time:

90 Minutes


Supplies Needed:

  • Puffy Paint

  • Scissors

  • Construction paper

  • TP rolls

  • Crayons

  • Glue

  • Markers

  • Embellishments (i.e. pom poms and sequence



Do Ahead:



ACKGROUND

A pirate is a person who commits warlike acts at sea without the authorization of any nation. Most pirates ships have a flag that identify who the ship belongs too. In many cartoons or movies the captain will have a parrot on sitting on their shoulder.


WHAT TO DO
TP Roll Parrot

  1. Give each youth a TP roll and the template

  2. Have the youth color the template and cut out the pieces

  3. Glue the large rectangular piece on first to cover the roll.

  4. Glue on the head, wings, tail, breast piece and feet


Pirate Ship Flag


  1. Give each youth an 8.5” x 11” piece of construction paper.

  2. Have each youth write their name on their flag.

  3. Have youth decorate their flags with crayons, markers and the embellishments of their choice.

An EEO/AA employer, University of Wisconsin-Extension provides equal opportunities in employment and programming, including Title IX and American with Disabilities (ADA) requirements. © 2006 by the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System. Developed by the Wisconsin 4-H Office, 431 Lowell Hall, 610 Langdon St., Madison, WI 53703. The 4-H name and emblem are federally protected under Title 18 US Code 707.








Sources:

http://www.dltk-kids.com/animals/mparrot2.htm
Authors:
Ashley Pomplun and Nicole Frank, CYFAR Project, UW Extension, 2011
Reviewed by: Barb Barker, Waushara County 4-H Youth Development Agent

Pirates – Parrot and Flag

TALK IT OVER

  1. What kinds of different things do you see on a pirate?

  2. What are pirates known for?

  3. Can you name any famous pirates?

  4. How do pirates travel?

  5. Are there still pirates today?

  6. What kind of items do you find on a pirate ship?

  7. How did you decide to decorate your flag?

  8. What kinds of other figures have a certain outfit that they wear?

  9. How did you decide to color your parrot?

  10. What other animals could you make out of recycled items?


Helpful Hints

  1. If the kids use paint on one side of the hat, they will not be able to decorate the other side until the paint dries.

  2. It is optional to use the bean



Title IX and American with Disabilities (ADA) requirements. © 2006 by the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System. Developed by the Wisconsin 4-H Office, 431 Lowell Hall, 610 Langdon St., Madison, WI 53703. The 4-H name and emblem are federally protected under Title 18 US Co






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