Integration of educational areas: "Social-communicative development" (presenter, "Cognitive development", "Speech development", "Artistic and aesthetic development", "Physical development".
-To form an idea about kindness as important human quality.
-Continue to form an elementary idea of what is good and what is bad.
-To develop children's experience correct evaluation of good and bad deeds.
-To increase and enhance vocabulary of students on the basis of enrichment of representations about the nearest surroundings;
-Create the ability accurately to use glue: spread it with a brush a thin layer on the back side of the glued pieces to make side coated with adhesive to the sheet of paper and press down firmly with a napkin.
-To develop child's desire to do good deeds.
-Continue to develop the perception of color, form, size; to group similar objects according to several criteria: size, shape, color.
-To develop research interest and methods of survey items; make simple generalizations.
-To develop the ability to navigate to the location of parts of their body, to distinguish right and left hands.
-To cultivate compassion; to promote friendly communication of children with each other. Nurture an interest in literature.
Main activities: cognitive activities, communication, games, movement, art, productive.
The teacher and children hold hands, stand in a circle and the teacher pronounces the words:
"You smile, like sunshine, drizzle, leaving in the morning out of the gate
You see, everyone in life will have plenty of worries
Sandy did us a gloomy person or someone angry?
You're a smile I share and return the spark to light"
I sit down on the Mat
Teacher: Tell me, please, where we are now?
Correctly in kindergarten. What is this, kindergarten?
The teacher reads a poem:
Kids in the garden live
Here play and sing,
Here friends find themselves,
For a walk with them to visit.
Together, argue and dream,
Imperceptibly grow up.
Kindergarten — second your home
How warm and cozy in it!
You love him, children,
The most good house in the world!
Teacher: Guys tell me, do you know what kindness is? (Children's responses)
Do you know how to do good deeds? (Children's responses) .
Teacher: Guys, what does it mean to "do good deeds"?
The children's responses: to Help adults, water the flowers, clean up the place of toys, things, not to litter, to share toys, to obey adults, to care for, to speak polite and kind words, etc.
Teacher: Right, to do good deeds is very good.
But now we know "What is good and what is bad? ".
I will show you different pictures of the behavior of children, and you will measure them: which ones are good and which are bad.
Presentation: "Good and bad deeds".
The teacher encourages the children to describe the act, to evaluate it and find the right solution.
Teacher: Right, you said good things and those people who makes, good call. You want to be good? Let's today we are going to do only good deeds.
For the good things we have basket, it is called "basket of good deeds". When we do these good deeds, we omit it here a "chip - good deed", and at the end of the week we will get the respect of our good deed and who know how many good deeds did.
Teacher: And now I suggest you collect the "Bunch of good". Each of you picks a flower and stands in a circle. We will make beautiful bouquet of kind words: state your polite word and put the flower in a vase.
Didactic game: "Kind words". The teacher starts the first. Children calling a good word put the flower in a vase. To summarize all of these words.
• Teach children to find the words
• To develop the creative imagination
Caregiver: a Beautiful bouquet we did it? Do you like it? (Children's responses)
Teacher: Your kind words are like beautiful flowers. And kind words always make everyone happy. I thank all of you for such a beautiful bouquet of kind words.
Teacher: Oh, guys, look, while we talked, our flowers wilted. Tell me, how to help our flowers?
The children's responses: (Must be watered) .
Teacher: how else can they help? (Wipe the dust from the leaves, loosen the soil) .
Teacher: Well Done! What are you kind, caring. See how our flowers happy and say "thank you".
Teacher: Now, guys, you'be done one good deed. I dipped into the piggy Bank one "chip"
Teacher: That would be great for our moms to give the same beautiful flowers (it would be a good deed).
Children support the idea
Teacher: And what you can make beautiful flowers?
Children: Out of paper, you can draw, sculpt from clay, from clay.
Teacher: And from plastic spoons can be made, and plastic cups .
Teacher: Then I suggest to go to the workshop for the production of flowers for mom.
P. Game: "Bumps on bumps"
Over bumps, over bumps, along the small tracks, (children walk around the circle) on the stones, on the stones (children jumping from tussock to tussock)
In a hole fall (children squat)
The game continues
Teacher: and Here we are in our workshop. Sit back and get to work.
Hood. creativity: applique "Flower gift mother, grandmother"
Teacher: Take detail circular form, the reverse side of the brush apply a thin layer of glue. Glued to parts of thick paper (cardboard). Pressed cloth. Then apply a layer of glue on the front side round part. Swipe let's pick some strips, compress one of them lumps, glue them in the middle of our flower.
Children do applique
OBJECTIVE: to Acquaint the children with different types of paper (cardstock, glossy, wipes)
OBJECTIVES: 1. Learn to create paper with different structures, decorative compositions
2. To develop and improve coordination of both hands, hand – eye coordination, fine motor skills, speech.
3. To continue to shape the ability accurately to use glue: spread it with a brush a thin layer of tightly pressed parts with a cloth.
4. To continue to generate interest in studies applique.
5. To cultivate the ability to bring the work to the end, to rejoice at his success and the success of his comrades.
Material: paper circles of different colors, the shape of five leaves of different colors, brushes, glue, glue, tissue paper (for each child) .
Phys. the moment:
"The sun is shining in through the window"
The sun is shining in the window (going in circles)
Shines into our room
We will clap their hands clapping (clapping)
Very happy the sun (stretch arms up)
Top top top top, (stomp your feet)
Clap-clap, clap-clap (clap hands.)