Narrative role-playing game for young children "To the grandmother in village".
Purpose: to Involve children in the game plot, to enhance auditory perception, encourage motor imitation and intonation.
*encourage children to watch the actions of the caregiver
* create the ability to define roles
*learning to act with imaginary objects
*to form the skills of cultural behavior
* to foster love for the native
Material and equipment:
- The scenery of rural life
- grandma's house
- the coop and its inhabitants
- booth and the dog
* conversations with children : "Our grandmothers"
* Read the poem "My grandmother".
* examining illustrative paintings
"My grandmother in the village"
* conversations with children, " Who lives with her grandmother on a farm? "
* looking at paintings of Pets
* repetition poems about Pets.
Teacher: - Children, today I called grandma and invited me to visit. We go to visit grandma?
Children: - Yes, let's go.
Teacher: - Guys, you can tell me to go to Granny's for a visit with empty hands?
Children: No. Be sure to buy grandma something for tea.
Teacher: I Agree with you guys, let's get on the road we'll get grandma a cake. Our grandmother lives very far away and we'll go on a train. Come on guys rather take your seats.
P/And "Train". (Children to music go on the train. The train stops near my grandmother's village. Children are welcomed by the grandmother)
Teacher: - Here are the guys we came to grandma.
Grandma : Hello my dear kids. How nice that you came to visit me.
Children: - Hey grandma, we are very happy to see you.
Grandma : Guys I want to show you his farm. How do you think I live? (children's responses). Let's see.(children come to the booth). Children look who lives in my booth?
Children: (looks in box) Oh, Yes it is a dog.
Grandma: Yes, this is my puppy Buddy. Guys, please tell me you know some poem about a dog?
Yes we know.
Here's a dog sitting in the booth,
Breakfast in her stomach,
She guards the house
I quietly lived there.
Grandma: Oh, what you have done. And my puppy really protects the house. Guys let Buddy walk, and we will go further. Watch this I have a chicken coop. Who lives in a chicken coop? (children's responses) Guys tell me how to call my mom in the coop? As she screams?
Children: Chicken. Ko - Ko-Ko.
Grandma: what's the name of the Pope in the hen house? As he screams?
Children: Cockerel. Ku-ka-re-ku.
Grandma: what do they call little kids? How are they screaming?
Children: The Little Chickens. Chuck -Chuck -Chuck
Grandma: Guys, let's play. I turn into a chicken, the boys in the males and girls Chicks.
Game sketch " chicken, chickens and roosters. "
Grandma: well Done guys, good of you got the little chickens and roosters. Let's go ahead and see who lives in my little farm? Children look who's standing there?
Children: This horse.
Grandma: Good guess. Do you know the poem about the horse?
Children: Yes We Know. (reading of the poem "I love my horse")
Grandma: and you Guys know how screaming horse?
Children: the Yoke, the yoke.
Grandma: Oh what you have done. Guys look here, who's this?
Grandma: you Know adults and children
And it is known throughout the world,
There is no more useful than the morning
Drink a Cup of milk,
That would have been all healthy,
Gives us his cow!
Guys and tell me you love me in the morning to drink milk?
Children: Yes love.
Grandma: You have done well. How nice that you have visited.
Teacher: Guys we need to get back home. Let's say goodbye to grandma and tell her thanks for all.
Children: Thank you grandma for everything. Goodbye!
Grandma: thank you my babies. Goodbye!
Teacher: Guys you like my grandmother in the village?
Children: Yes, I liked it
Teacher: what animals did you see there?
Children: Dog, Cockerel, chicken, chickens, a horse, a cow.
Teacher: What are you fellows all the animals memorized. Now boys take your seats on the train.