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Abstract classes in cognitive development, "the Birds of our city" 2018
2016-06-09, 18:23:46

Abstract classes in cognitive development, "the Birds of our city"
Objective: to Consolidate children's knowledge about birds in our city, noting their distinctive features.
1. To continue to develop speech of children and contribute to enriching children's vocabulary through communication and viewing of images of birds;
2. To develop curiosity, observation and interest in the process of all activities.
2. To intensify in the speech of familiar words (beak, feeder, wings, birds) by means of the display parts of their body;
3. Develop fine motor skills through finger plays and drills;
4. To cultivate a good relationship to birds.

Material: an Audio recording of bird sounds, toy Sparrow, painted wood, pictures: dove, blue tit, magpie, bullfinch, Sparrow; magpie beanie; feeder; feed the birds bread crumbs, millet, sunflower seeds, fat; feeders for all the children cut out pictures of birds.

Voices of birds (Sparrow). The group flies the Sparrow (toy)
FOTS. Guys, look who came to us. Who is it?
Children: It's a Sparrow.
FOTS. He's kind of excited and sad. Let's ask him what happened to him. The kids ask.
FOTS. : Guys, the Sparrow said to me that he briefly played and lost their friends. And now can't find them.
FOTS. : Sparrow, you do not worry, we will help you find your friends. Children, let's help Sparrow?
FOTS. : How can we help? (Children's responses). Yes, we can look for his friends. Let's go and look for the Sparrow to his friends. (The children go in a group and find pictures of birds hanging on the tree) .

FOTS. See, Sparrow, we found you your friends. Sit down to them, (puts the toy next to Sparrow) to communicate, you probably want to tell them a lot. And we with children very carefully consider your friends and tell you about them.
FOTS. : Guys, look at this tree and tell me what's the name of this bird? (shows a bird)
Children: Tit.
FOTS. : How did you know that a bird?
Children. This bird has a yellow breast.
FOTS. And who of you will show me a pigeon?
The child comes and shows.
FOTS. : Wherever he is forty?
The child comes and shows.
FOTS. How did you know it was forty.
Children: she has a long tail.
FOTS. And we all know the English folk letting simple poem about a magpie, let us remember it (puts hat magpies) .
Children together with the tutor tells and shows finger play "Forty-forty".
Forty, forty
Where have you been?
Stoked the stove,
Porridge cooked,
Babies fed.
This gave,
This gave,
This gave,
This gave,
And it is not given.
You're in the forest don't go,
The water did not wear,
Porridge is not cooked,
You will have porridge.
FOTS. : Good job, guys, let's continue.
FOTS. : Who will find and show the bullfinch?
Children: Here the bullfinch.
FOTS. How is it different from other birds?
Children. Got his red breast.
FOTS. : And this is what bird? You know about it?
Children : It's a Sparrow. He's brown, his white breast.
FOTS. : Well done, children know very well birds. All these birds live in our city. You met them in town? (children's responses). Let's see what is in birds (body parts) .
Children: Has wings, tail, beak, legs.
FOTS. : Children, why do the birds beak?
Children. To peck at the food.
FOTS. : Wings the birds need to do what?
Children: to fly.
FOTS. Let us now turn into a Sparrow and too flying.
Disminuci. (Children can "fly", "peck" seeds) .
After that, the children sit at tables.
FOTS. The guys that are now outside the window?
Children: Winter.
FOTS. : What winter this year?
Children: Winter is cold and frosty.
FOTS. How do you think it is difficult for the birds in winter?
Children: Yes, difficult.
FOTS. : Why is it difficult?
Children: Because they are cold, feet are freezing.
FOTS. : Yes, it is very difficult birds in the winter, as very cold. And all the food was under the snow, they have nothing to peck at. Therefore, it is very hungry and cold in the winter.
FOTS. How can we help the birds in this difficult period for them?
Children: We can feed.
FOTS. : What do you love birds?
Children: Bread crumbs, sunflower seeds, millet.
FOTS. A chickadee that loves most?
Children: Millet.
FOTS. Right, chickadee loves the millet. Look, here I have a millet (shows). And she loves bacon (shows) .
FOTS. : Children, where we put food?
Children: In the feeder.
FOTS. Right in the trough. Shows different feeders. Now I will also hand out the trough (handing out small plates, and you'll get the millet or bread crumbs and feed the birds (giving to the children of the plates) .
Children to take millet, bread crumbs and put it in the feeder. Take the small carved pictures of birds in hand and "feed" the birds, while singing a song.
A little bird
Came to us, to us, to us.
Little bird
Seeds I, ladies, ladies, ladies.
A little bird
Seeds pecks, pecks, pecks.
A little bird
Songs sings, sings, sings.
FOTS. Well done, guys. Look how happy the birds when you feed them, they even sang songs (sound recording of birdsong) .
The Sparrow says thank you for what you helped to find his friends and says goodbye.

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