How to prepare a drawing lesson on the topic “Wild and Domestic Animals” in the second junior group

Scheme for drawing up lesson notes

The lesson for children lasts 15 minutes. This time is distributed between three stages of mastering the topic:

  • introductory stage - up to 3 minutes, aimed at motivating the children;
  • the main stage - up to 10 minutes, devoted to a description of the work procedure, demonstration of drawing samples and the drawing process itself, which is preceded by finger exercises and/or physical education;
  • the final stage - up to 2 minutes, during which the teacher praises and thanks all the kids for their work.

Table: Cheryapkina L. Summary of a drawing lesson on the topic “Balloons” in the second junior group (fragments)

StageThe essence
IntroductoryThe teacher tells the children that he has a gift for them and asks them to guess the riddle: I’m in a hurry for the holiday, I’m holding them by a thread: Red, yellow, blue - They float overhead, There’s nothing better for the kids than the airy ones. — Balloons (helps if children find it difficult to answer, shows a ball)…>
<… The teacher invites the children to play with the ball. Physical exercise: Children stand in a circle and hold hands. The adult slowly, melodiously pronounces the words, stepping back: “Inflate my balloon!” “Blow up big...” Everyone stops, holding hands and forming a large circle. The teacher continues: “Stay like that and don’t burst... bang!” - Let's inflate again! - Repeats the words of the game. The ball loves to be thrown up and caught, the ball wants to lie down, the ball can jump (children perform a variety of movements).
BasicEducator: - Do you like playing with the ball? Let's draw a lot of balls. — Kids love paints and pencils. We will use them to draw What? Can you guess? (ball) - Guys, today we will draw colored balls. You have multi-colored strings drawn on your leaves. Let’s “tie” a red ball to the red thread, a blue ball to the blue thread, a yellow ball to the yellow thread, and a green ball to the green thread.
Finger gymnastics
The teacher shows the children how to hold the brush correctly: with three fingers, just above the iron tip, making sure that the children sit straight. First, children perform circular movements in the air, then carefully dip the brush first into water, then into paint. Excess paint is squeezed out on the edge of the jar. The brush is washed from paint and wiped with a napkin.
FinalThe teacher puts all the children's drawings on display, analyzes the children's work, praises the children, and, if necessary, helps a child who has difficulty completing a task.
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Drawing on animalistic themes with younger preschoolers opens up new facets of their ideas about the world around them, expands the experience of perceiving the shapes, sizes of objects, as well as shades of colors. Practicing this type of art activity also helps to reveal the creative abilities of little pupils, teaches them to work with different materials for drawing, which is an important stage in the formation of experimental research activities. It also fosters a respectful and caring attitude towards animals and nature in general.

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Notes on drawing for children of the 2nd junior group Topic: “Puppy”


  • Forming the ability of children to paint with a hard brush using the poking method, mastering the color palette (orange, brown).



  • To develop children’s ability to paint with a hard brush using the poking method.
  • Improve the ability to hold a brush correctly while working.
  • Master the color palette (orange, brown)
  • Strengthen the ability to draw with crumpled paper and select colors, complement small missing details using plasticine.
  • Enrich children's vocabulary


  • Develop creative abilities and aesthetic perception.


  • Cultivate a kind attitude towards pets.
  • Cultivate activity and the desire to complete work to the end.
  • Continue to encourage independence and creativity.


  • Develop fine motor skills of hands

Integration of educational areas:

  • cognition
  • communication
  • artistic creativity
  • socialization
  • music
  • health.


Half a landscape sheet with a drawn outline of a puppy (for each child).

Brown, orange gouache, hard brush.

A small sheet of paper (palette) for each child to check the poke and the correctness of the chosen color, jars for brushes, plasticine lumps of different colors for the eyes (2 pcs.) and black for the nose (1 pc.), fabric napkins.

Two paper kennels (orange and brown) for the didactic game “Each dog has its own house .

Puppy caps for dynamic pause.

Demo material:

Outline of a puppy on a sheet of paper, film on a laptop with a picture of a puppy and a dog.

Preliminary work:

Looking at illustrations, postcards, paintings depicting dogs, playing with a toy dog, reading E. Charushin's stories about Tomka, watching the dog on a walk.

Progress of the lesson

Children enter the hall. Educator: - I’m very glad to see you, Hello! Draws children's attention to guests.

Children say greeting:

Hello hands - clap, clap! Hello legs - top, top! We need to say hello to each other! Hello dear guests!

We will draw!

The children turn to the teacher.

Voss: Guys, I’ll tell you a story about Grandma Arina (the teacher puts on an apron and scarf), who lived in a very beautiful, noisy yard and had many friendly, kind and funny pets.

The leader asks the children a question: “Do you like pets?”

Children: - Yes.

Then I invite you to take a walk through this wonderful yard and get to know my pets.

The voices of pets are heard. She lived with Ryaba the Hen, Rogatushka the Burenushka, a purring cat, a yoke horse and three cheerful little pigs.

Oh, guys, look, whose house is this? I wonder who lives in it?

Now I'll ring the bell. The sun calls (the monitor turns on), a dog and a puppy appear. A problematic situation is created: “How to help a puppy find friends ,” because he has no one to play with.

- Children, we need to help the puppy, draw friends. Shall we help? (Yes).

-I will teach you how to draw beautiful puppies using the poking method. Come to me. And the puppy will watch us how children can draw beautifully.

(Children approach the easel and stand in a semicircle.)

Educator: - You know how to paint with a soft brush, but today you will learn to paint with a hard brush. Try with your finger to see how hard the brush is... The brush bites...

Teacher (shows): - I put paint on a brush and paint with a poke: first I’ll paint the face along the contour, it’s round, and now in the middle. Then - the body, legs, tail. I’ll rinse the brush in water, dry it on a napkin and put it in a glass. And we will draw the grass under the paws in a way that is already familiar to you - with crumpled paper, what color? (green).

-Right. I put paint on a crumpled leaf and paint grass.

And I’ll make the nose and eyes out of plasticine, look. I take a small ball and press it to the muzzle with my finger, and now another one. Here are the eyes. And now the nose. Look how the dog turned out! Fluffy, soft, funny.

-Tell me, which brush will you use to paint the puppy’s fur? (hard).

-Where should you first draw the fur on the head or body?

Now sit down at the tables. Now we will do a little warm-up. Take a hard brush in your hands. Begin:

We hold the brush like this: (Hand on the elbow. Hold the brush above its metal part). It's difficult? No, it's nothing! The tassel poked and the heel clicked. (Move your hand along the text).

One poke, two pokes. And then, then, then (Circular movements of the hand). The brush runs around. Spun like a top.

After a poke comes a poke. (Children poke on the table with a dry brush).

- Well done, put some paint on a dry brush and get to work.

Independent work of children.

The teacher controls the drawing process and helps the children if necessary.

Physical education minute.

Friendly puppies run merrily, singing cheerfully in their ringing voices: “Woof - woof - woof!” And then the front legs raise,

And they happily wag their tails at each other. They ran away...... They played out (circling behind their tail). And everyone quickly gathered to see me (the teacher hugs the children) -2 times.

(Children perform movements in accordance with the text).

Voss: - Guys, we need to finish our work, and to do this, go to your tables. What haven't you done for the dogs yet?

Children answer: - Eyes and nose.

Voss: - That's right. Let's make eyes and a nose from plasticine. Take the small blue balls, these are the eyes, and place them on the puppy’s face and press with your finger.

-Well done! Ready!

-What else do we have left? Nose.

-Let's take a big black lump and make a nose for the dog.

Our puppies are ready.

-Now let’s draw the grass with crumpled paper.

Didactic game “Let’s put the puppy in the house .

Educator: - Children, take your work in your hands and come to me. In front of you are houses for puppies. We need to put brown puppies in a brown house, and orange (red) ones in an orange house. (Children place their puppies next to the houses of the corresponding color).

An analysis of children's work is carried out.

Educator: - Guys, what funny, wonderful puppies you have turned out to be: fluffy, cheerful! You tried, you worked carefully. Now Shustrik will have many, many friends!

A puppy is heard barking.

The boy turns on the laptop and a puppy appears, who is very happy and says to the children “thank you very much!”

Educator: - guys, let's remember what we did today? (Children's answers) What brush did you paint with? (hard). Well done! Today we tried, did a good deed for the puppy, and I’m giving you each a friend (the teacher gives out puppies).

Voss: - And now we need to return to the children's room. garden.

-Eyes close. The kids are smiling. The eyes open. They return to the kindergarten.

Summary of direct educational activities in artistic creativity Topic: “Puppy” 2nd junior group MBDOU No. 144 D/S “Sun” Educator high. sq. categories Kalacheva E.V.

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Foster independence in work and a desire to help.

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GCD lesson notes.
First junior group. Russian folk song “Cockerel, cockerel...”. I will feed the cockerel, I will give him grains. Objectives: to introduce the content of the Russian folk song, the properties of paints; learn to carefully look at illustrations, answer the teacher’s questions, pronounce onomatopoeic words, use visual materials (paints), draw with a finger, rhythmically make an imprint on paper; arouse interest in song and drawing. Musical accompaniment: Russian folk song “Cockerel” arranged by M. Krasev. Materials and equipment: toy cockerel;
a story picture on a topic or illustration; paints in a box; easel; a sheet of white paper, napkins, grain (millet or other); yellow paints, jars of water. Progress of the lesson
1. Organizational moment . Educator. Guess who came to visit us? Our guest has a comb, a beard, a beak and a beautiful tail. And he also wakes everyone up in the morning, shouting loudly: “Ku-ka-re-ku!” Did you guess it? This is a cockerel (shows a toy) 2. Main part. Reading a Russian folk song. Teacher: what a beautiful cockerel! No wonder they wrote the following song about him: Cockerel, cockerel, golden comb, Butterhead, silken beard, Why do you get up early, sing loudly, Don’t you let Bath sleep? During the reading process, the teacher shows a comb, a beard, a cockerel's head, then invites the children to look at the illustration for the song and answer the questions: what is shown in the picture? What color is the cockerel's comb, beard and tail? How does a cockerel crow? Educator. And now we will sing this song. Children and the teacher sing the Russian folk song “Cockerel, cockerel...” arranged by M. Krasev. Physical education lesson Exercises for the cockerel Starting position: squatting, clasping your knees with your hands. The cockerel got up in the morning, stroked his red comb, waved his wings, and wished him good morning: “Ku-ka-re-ku!” 3. Drawing grains for the cockerel. Educator. what do they feed the roosters?
Of course, grain. Where can we get it? Maybe we can draw? Well then, let's get to work. Look, I have wonderful helpers.
They are in a box waiting for me to open them. (Shows a box of paints.)
There are blue, red, and green paints here.
With such helpers we can draw whatever we want. What kind of paint should we take to paint the grains? I have some millet. It is yellow in color. Do we have this paint in the box? Show. (children complete the task; if it is difficult to choose, you can offer only two colors, for example yellow and red.) Educator. I have a white sheet of paper. Now I’ll scatter the grain on it. Look, I dip my finger in yellow paint and make prints on the paper. They turn out as round as millet. Here's one grain, here's another. (Shows drawing techniques and says sentences.)
I’ll feed the cockerel, I’ll give him a grain.
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Educator: Did we pour a lot of grains into the cockerel?
How will the cockerel thank us? Children pronounce onomatopoeic words: “Ko-ko-ko, ku-ka-re-ku.”

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