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1 Lesson Plan for Teaching a Leisure Activity Lesson Title/Topic: Recycled Paper Duration: 2 hours Necklaces Learning By participating fully in this activity, student will be able Objectives/Outcomes to: Learn the history of jewelry making Learn the skills associated with jewelry making Understand the equipment and supplies used Supplies/Equipment Introduction/Warm Up 5 minutes- Introduce each other by playing the name game Initial That Students will take their initials and make a sentence describing themselves by using their initials as the first letters of words. For example, my name is Mariah Kathryn Stump, so my initials are MKS. I would use the M, K, and S as the first letters of the three words I choose. I could say Mariah Kicks Snakes. Summary of Tasks/Action 10 minutes-explain that on Wednesdays we will be teaching them about the history of jewelry making and skills so they can make jewelry as well. Ask if anyone has jewelry on right now. Ask the students to tell you different types of jewelry that were not mentioned. (necklaces, rings, bracelets, etc.) Explain that jewelry is not a new accessory. It has been around for 75,000 to 100,000 years ago. This is before we had invented words or written language! Pictures of ancient jewelry Old magazines and newspapers Rulers Templates Scissors Pens Skewer craft sticks Glue

2 It is believed that the first jewelry was beads made from shells. (Show picture) Jewelry is described as any piece of precious material used to put on one s body. First jewelry was made from materials or parts of nature, such as teeth, bone, stone, shell, and wood. Does anyone have any jewelry made from things you would find in nature? Maybe a shark tooth or shell necklace? At first, jewelry was used to fasten clothing together. Eventually, people started using it for decoration of themselves, or as a status. The more jewelry you had, the more important you were. About 10,000 years ago, people started using metals, silver, iron, copper. Eventually, people started putting jewels and gems into jewelry to make them even more elaborate. Around the 18 th century, diamonds started to be used in jewelry. Start craft-recycled paper necklaces Pass out magazines, rulers, pens, scissors, templates, glue, skewer craft sticks. (show picture of beads) Describe that students will pick two pages from the magazines or newspaper of colors they desire to have on their necklace. Then they will use the templates (show picture) to trace and cut out the paper to make the bead. Once they have cut out all the beads they will use the skewer sticks to wrap the paper into a bead. Put glue on about one inch of the small end of the paper. Repeat this process until the desired amount of beads is reached. Cut the sting, being sure you have a long enough string to hold all your beads String examples

3 Put all the beads on the string, tie it together at the desired point, and cut off the excess string. Wrap-up/Reflect - Closure Adaptations (For Students With Disabilities): Ask the students: Did you like that craft? Why or why not? Could you do this at home? Was this hard or easy? Can you think of other paper materials you could use to make the beads? Can you tell me some things you remember about the history of the jewelry? Difficulty with fine motor skills: bigger object to roll beads, help with cutting Visual impairments: help handling the materials, help cutting paper, guidance with rolling the paper Cognitive impairment: provide assistance and encouragement Safety Considerations Guidance while using scissors and skewers Could use scissors without blades for younger group Use glue stick instead of glue bottle Don t rush students so they are safer

4 Lesson Plan for Teaching a Leisure Activity Lesson Title/Topic: Paracord Bracelets Duration: 2 hours Supplies/Equipment Learning By participating fully in this activity, student will be able Colored Objectives/Outcomes to: polycord Educate the students on the uses and Scissors purpose of a paracord bracelet. Lighter Teach the necessary skills to make a Duct tape paracord bracelet. ruler Introduction/Warm Up Game-Four Corners: One student will be picked to be it. They must stand in the middle of the room with the bandana over their eyes. Each corner of the room will be numbered from 1-4. When the leader says go all the other students must walk quietly to a corner of the room. Students can go to any corner they choose, but must try to stay as quiet as possible so whoever is it does not know which corner they have chosen. When the students have picked their corners, it calls out the number of the corner he or she feels has the most people in it. Every student in that corner is out. The game continues until there are 2 students left. At this point they are not allowed to be in the same corner as each other. The game ends when there is only one student left. bandana Summary of Tasks/Action Ask the students what they remember about jewelry from the last session. Remind them that jewelry has been around since before written language. Discuss the different materials jewelry can be made out of such as stone, bones, wood, gold, gems, silver, iron, and copper. Explain that jewelry can also be made from cord. Show example of paracord bracelet. Ask if anyone has seen, bought, or made a

5 paracord bracelet before. Discuss the usefulness of a paracord. Paracord can be used in many situations and emergencies. It can withstand 550 pounds and has many different uses. The paracord bracelet was invented to give easy access to this useful cord. Once unraveled, a paracord bracelet can be used for tying down a tent, clothesline, bootlaces, boating cord, making a fire, bow string, dog leash, marking a trail, holding a hammock, and fishing net. When you open up the string, you find thin white strands. These strands can be used for dental floss, thread, and fishing wire. Teach Skill: Paracord Bracelet Making Get students to pick the color for their bracelet Measure out a piece of paracord that is 36 inches long and cut that with scissors Measure out a piece of paracord that is 66 inches long and cut that with scissors. Take the shorter piece of string and match up the ends of the string, and then find the center. At the center loop of the string, tie a knot, leaving an inch of cord at the end. Once your knot is tied, take a piece of duct tape and tape the knot to the table, leaving the end pieces free. Take your longer piece of string and connect the two ends to find the center of the string. Place the center of the long string underneath the free ends of the shorter string, close to the knot. Now you are ready to start braiding.

6 You will notice that you have 4 strands. There should be a long strand, two shorter strands, and another longer strand. You will use the longer strands for the braiding. Take the longer strand on your left and drape it across both shorter strands, leaving a loop inbetween the longer strand and the shorter strands. (show picture 1) Take the longer strand on the right and put it over the strand that you just crossed over the center strands. (show picture 2) Then take that same strand and pull it under the center strands and up through the loop that was made on the left. (show picture 3) Take the two outside strands and pull them tight, pushing the knot up towards the center knot. Repeat the process on the right side, alternating sides after each knot. When you have reached the desired length, tie a knot with the center strands, leaving half in inch between the last braided knot and the center knot. Next, take the outside strands and cut them, leaving a quarter inch. Slightly push down and rub the ends, exposing some of the white inner strands. Take the lighter and burn the ends, using scissors or other metal object to press the burnt end, causing the strand to fan out. Doing this will stop the bracelet from unraveling. Cut off the access from the center knot and burn those ends as well.

7 Wrap-up/Reflect - Closure Do you think this information is useful to you? Why or why not? What are some things a paracord bracelet can be used for? What are some ways you could use paracord in our life? Adaptations (For Students With Disabilities): Assistance with the braiding in student has impaired fine motor skills. Safety Considerations The lighters will be handled by the leaders. Students will be closely observed when using scissors.

8 Lesson Plan for Teaching a Leisure Activity Lesson Title/Topic: Pop Top Bracelets Duration: 2 hours Supplies/Equipment Learning By participating fully in this activity, student will be able powerpoint of Objectives/Outcomes to: pop top learn the many uses of pop tops jewelry understand the relation between pop tops example of pop and recycling top bracelet make their own pop top bracelet 7 pop tops for each student 36 inches of suede cord for each student scissors Introduction/Warm Up Last Letter Standing: Students will get in a circle. The first person will say the name of an animal. The person to their left has to say the name of an animal that starts with the last letter of the animal the person to their right said. The person has 8 seconds to respond and can not repeat an animal. If they repeat an animal or go over the time limit they must sit out. The winner is the last person standing. Example: If the first person says cat, the second person could say tiger, and the next person could say rat, and so on. Summary of Tasks/Action Remind the students what they learned last week Ask the students to name some things you can use paracord for Ask them if they remember what jewelry we made the first week: recycled bead necklaces Explain that we are going to show them another type of recycled jewelry that uses pop tops Pop tops can be used to make many different types of jewelry. You can use it to make necklaces, bracelets, earrings, brooches, and even accessories such as purses and belts (show powerpoint) Powerpoint of pop top crafts Pop tops-7 for each student Suede cord Example of pop top bracelet

9 Wrap-up/Reflect - Closure Adaptations (For Students With Disabilities): Explain that we are going to show them how to make pop top bracelets using suede cord. Pass out 7 pop tops and 36 inches of suede to each student. Have students fold the suede cord in half and tie a knot at the end, leaving a loop that is about half of an inch long. Take one of the pop tops and thread one end of the cord through the bottom hole of the top and one end through the top hole. Be sure you are threading the cord through the back of the top Next, cross the cords over each other, making an X. Then thread the cord back through the front of the top. Add another pop top and repeat threading the cord, making an X, and threading it back through until you are out of pop tops. Make a knot at the last top to keep it in place. Next make another knot, leaving half an inch between the two knots. Cut off the extra cord Put the knot through the loop to wear the bracelet What are some things that pop tops can be used to make? Can you think of any crafts or objects that pop tops can be used to make that we did not mention earlier? How does this craft relate to the environment and going green? Use larger pop tops Safety Considerations Check the pop tops for any sharp edges Have the suede pre-cut for younger age groups

10 Lesson Plan for Teaching a Leisure Activity Lesson Title/Topic: Clay Charms Duration: 2 hours Supplies/Equipment Learning By participating fully in this activity, students will be able examples of clay Objectives/Outcomes to: charms understand the skill of creating beads or Crayola Air-Dry charms made from clay Clay obtain knowledge on the history of polymer Toothpicks clay and its uses Skewer sticks Marker tops Paper Suede cord Scissors Small beads Cups Introduction/Warm Up Game- Heads Up, Seven Up Half of the students will be it and they will come to the front of the room. The rest of the students will remain at their seat with their head down and one thumb up. The students that are it will go around the room and tap one other persons thumb. After each person has chosen one student, they will come back to the front of the room. The instructor will tell the students to raise their heads. Each student will then guess who they think tapped their thumb. If they are right, they will become it. If they are wrong they remain at their seat and the person that tapped them remains it. Summary of Tasks/Action Discuss the jewelry made so far. Asks students to name the jewelry that we discussed in the three previous weeks. As students name the jewelry of each week, ask them to tell one fact they remember about the jewelry or material used. Ask them if they remember some materials that were first used in prehistoric times to make jewelry. Discuss with the students that another material that can be used to make jewelry is clay examples of clay charms Crayola Air-Dry Clay Toothpicks Skewer sticks Marker tops Paper Suede cord Scissors Small beads Cups

11 Ask the students if they have ever made anything out of clay Ask them if they have any clay jewelry Discuss that polymer clay is the clay mostly used to make jewelry. It was invented in Germany in the 1930s. It is a plastic-based clay that is easy to manipulate and sculpt. It was first used to make dolls. Later it was used to sculpt small figures or ornaments for decoration. It wasn t used to make jewelry in the United States until the 1970s. Discuss that we are going to show them how to make clay charms and beads to go on a necklace. Show students the examples of charms and beads we made. Hand out a piece of paper and small ball of clay to each student. The ball of clay should be about half an inch thick when rolled into a ball. Tell students to flatten the ball into a circle by using the palm of their hand. They can use their fingers to smooth out the creases or bumps. Pass out a toothpick and skewer stick to each student Have them poke a small hole through the top of their circle. Next have them use the toothpick to make the hole big enough to fit the skewer stick through. Once it is big enough, test the size by sticking the skewer stick through the hole. Next, the students can use the toothpicks, skewer sticks, marker tops, colored pencils, or beads to decorate their charm. Give the students some ideas of what they can put on their charm, such as their initials, a design, a flower, a heart, a sun, a star, or a favorite activity or animal. Toothpicks can be used to poke holes and

12 Wrap-up/Reflect - Closure Adaptations (For Students With Disabilities): write on the charm. The skewer sticks, marker tops, or colored pencils to make different sized circles. Students can also press the beads into the charm to add color. Inform the students that the charms will take 2-3 days to dry. Pass out cups for the students to put their charm in while it dries. Tell the students they can paint their charm once it is fully dry. After each student has finished their charm, cut them a 2 foot piece of suede cord. What did you put on your charm and why did you choose that? Thinking back to the past 4 weeks, what was your favorite piece of jewelry we made and why? Can you see yourself making some of these pieces at home? Use bigger pieces of clay Use bigger tools for decorating the clay Not use tools with sharp edges, such as toothpicks. Safety Considerations Only allow instructors to use scissors Be alert while students are using toothpicks

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