Group, the age of the children:the eldest, 5-6 years.
Goal: Creating pedagogical conditions for acquaintance with the plants.
- To update and consolidate children's knowledge about houseplants and caring for them;
- to introduce a new kind of potted plants – a fern;
- to enrich children's knowledge about the benefits of indoor plants;
- to form cognitive interest in indoor plants.
Developing: - Continue to develop crop production skills; - to develop cognitive processes (thinking, memory) ;
- to develop dialogical speech, to enrich vocabulary.
- To promote ecological education and education of preschool children;
- to create a positive, caring attitude towards nature, development of aesthetic relationship to it.
Integration of educational areas: Cognitive, socio-communicative, aesthetic and speech development.
- Systematic training on the introduction of the plants;
- work in the area of nature;
- talk about caring for potted plants;
- excursion to the office environment, the consideration of visual AIDS.
Demonstration material: - Fern; - a large lake; - wet rag.
- A small watering can, wet the cloth (number of children) .
The activation of the dictionary: "fern", "branches with predpolagali"
Routing organization of NOD
1. Introduction-the organizational phase.
Organization of space: children in a free manner move for the group; gather in the corner of nature.
Equipment: Subject-developing environment of the group.
Task: to Set children on educational activities.
- Guys, let's step through the group and consider the objects around us.
(the teacher together with children is considered a shelf with toys, sports, theatrical parts, after that the teacher leads the children to the environmental area, where there are pots with potted flowers)
The children quiet before class, set up for educational activities.
2. Motivational and incentive stage.
Organization of space: children with a caregiver are in the area of nature.
Equipment: Plants, nature, watering can, wet cloth.
Objective: to Update and consolidate children's knowledge about houseplants and caring for them. To create a positive, caring attitude towards nature, development of aesthetic relationship to it.
- Look, here we are pots with plants. Some of them we are already familiar with. Tell me, how similar all these plants?
- They all have leaves.
- All plants need water.
- They all have grounds.
- Right, well done. We can say that all plants the same?
- Why? How do they differ?
- Each plant needs its leaves.
And they bloom differently.
- Each plant requires different care.
Yeah guys are totally right. We see that in some plants the leaves are small and others large. They can also have different shapes – oblong, round. Look how pretty they are!
(children see plants)
- You said that the plants should be cared for. Why do we need to do?
- The plants grew well, and spread the flowers.
- And how are we supposed to care for them?
- Watering flowers with a watering can, wipe the leaves, so they did not have dust.
(educator accompanies the words of the children show: he takes the watering can and waters the flower, demonstrates how to clean the dust from the leaves with a cloth, then invites children to water the flowers of the small watering cans)
(children observe the actions of the teacher, then themselves gently watering plants)
The children remember their knowledge about plants and how to care for them. Carefully, with the care of the plants.
3. Information-analytical stage.
Organization of space: children are at the table.
Equipment: the Fern, watering can, wet rag (for carer and children) .
Objective: to Introduce a new kind of potted plants – a fern.
To enrich children's knowledge about the benefits of houseplants.
- Guys, look, there's a new flower, unusual. This we have not seen, right?
(the teacher puts the plant on a separate table for review and description)
- This plant is called fern. This is one of the most ancient plants on earth, once he was of very large size and were whole forests. What can you say about him?
(children go to the table)
- He has strange leaves.
- Long stem, and on it many small elongated leaves.
- Actually, guys, a fern, a special plant. He has no leaves. And the fact that we call leaves, in fact, "branches with suggests". Let's try to remember.
- Branches with suggests. (children listen to the story of a caregiver, consider the fern)
- The fern also requires care. It loves moisture, therefore it is necessary that the soil was always wet, and the air in the room is humid enough.
- We have already talked about plant reproduction. What do you think the way the fern reproduces?
- Probably by division.
- Absolutely correct. To propagate the plant, you need to separate when transplanting root with 2-3 leaves.
But fern can serve as a medicine and even delicious prepared meals!
- I'd like to try the dish of the fern.
Children are introduced to a new plant, a fern, learn its features, use.
4. The practical phase.
Organization of space: children are at the table.
Equipment: Ferns, watering cans, damp cloth.
Objective: to continue to develop crop production skills.
To promote environmental education and upbringing of preschool children.
- We were convinced that the fern is very unusual and beautiful plant. Let's get prepared leechki, damp cloth will help these guys and our ferns, so they grew big and beautiful.
- Grisha, tell me how you will take care of a fern?
- At first gently ground water from a watering can, and then wipe the leaves.
- Well done, but guys, what are the leaves of a fern?
- Branches with suggests.
- Correctly. Carefully, slowly start to work.
(the teacher observes, monitors the process, help some kids)
(children caring for plant, at the end of clean equipment in place)
Children develop their skills and abilities to care for plants, attached to environmental education.
5. The final stage.
Organization of space: children are at the table, move around the group.
Task: Reflection classes.
- Guys, what kind of plant we met today?
- With fern.
- Who can tell us about the peculiarities of the fern?
- Fern is one of the most ancient plants.
- It loves moisture.
- And has no leaves.
- I liked to care for a fern!
- Now in our corner of nature, there is a new plant – the fern, and when on duty you will already know how to care for it. Now let's get our plant back on the windowsill.
(the children tidy up their jobs)
The young people themselves who summed up the lessons.