Competition "Riddles about primroses"

On the thawed patches of the forest,
We see the flowers of spring:
White, soft
The first … (snowdrops).

Yellow, white, blue;
On the ground grow empty.
Spring has tricks:
Blossomed … (crocuses).

He rushes towards spring,
I see it everywhere:
yellow coat,
Wears … (dandelion).

Grow in front gardens
colorful,
In summer they would
inconspicuous,
And in the spring so welcome
We have daffodils and … (tulips).

Under the fence, at the gate,
Here, look and don’t breathe:
Like peas on a string
White ones … (lilies of the valley).

Competition “Show knowledge”

1. What primroses are listed in the Red Book? (Snowdrop, cyclamen, lily of the valley, blueberries)

2. How did coltsfoot get its name? (Thanks to their sheets , one side of which is smooth and cold like a stepmother, and the other is warm and soft like a mother)

3. Which of the primroses is used in the perfume industry? (lily of the valley, violet)

4. What is the flowering period of early spring plants? (Very short)

5. What primrose is called the “golden key of spring”? ( Spring primrose)

6. To what early spring plant did P.I. Tchaikovsky dedicate one of his musical works? (Snowdrop – the play “Snowdrop”)

7. What herbaceous plant blooms without leaves? Why was he so called? (Coltsfoot)

8. The plant is a symbol of spring, from the porcelain cups of which red beads are formed (lily of the valley).

Competition “Save Primroses”

Children propose measures for the protection of primroses (Write down on the board).

1. Do not tear large bouquets!

2. Do not destroy the habitats of primroses!

3. Do not uproot primroses!

4. Plant primroses in your garden and take care of them!

5. Tell your friends and family about the protection of primroses!

Teacher:

Guys! Our event has come to an end.

Are you in a good mood by the end of the session?

On the board you see 3 plants, but they do not have flowers yet, they have not blossomed. But when they bloom, they will be what mood you have at the moment. Now close your eyes, what mood are you in at the moment. Now close your eyes and imagine what color the flower bloomed in your soul. Open your eyes and look at the desk. Each has 3 petals. Pick one that suits your mood. This is how joyful and bright our lesson is.

Today we met with primroses, learned that they need protection. By collecting primroses, we destroy them, and by buying, we encourage poachers. Nature must be treated with exceptional thrift! We have found out that it is better not to touch rare spring flowers: they are more beautiful in their natural environment. You should not tear them into bouquets, it is better to admire them in nature, this way we will preserve the beauty for the future generation. The protection of primroses is the business of each of us!

12 student:

Here is a bouquet: it is thrown along with rubbish.
The petals are dying, shrinking…
We plucked it indiscriminately
Defenseless tight stems,
Why did we tear them up? Don’t know!
Delicate primrose quickly wilts
Empty, it became boring in the clearing.
There are no more heralds of spring!
It is very easy to destroy the living,
After all, snowdrops cannot tell us
“Enjoy our beauty –
We only ask you not to tear us!”

13 student:

Take care of the flowers, do not ruin!
Do not tear the creation of nature!
Taking care of our Earth, we prolong its age.
Take care of primroses – if you are a HUMAN!

List of used literature

1.Internet resources.

2. Shevchenko S. V. To help the class teacher / Ed. S. V. Shevchenko. – M.: Enlightenment, 2012.- 358 p.

3. Rozhkova M. I. Teaching aid for the class teacher / Ed. M. I. Rozhkova – M .: Education, 2010

4. Belousova L. S., Denisova L. V., Rare and endangered plants of the USSR, M., 1974.

Magazines “Pedagogical Council” No. 4, No. 5, No. 8; 2007

5. Red Book of the Russian Federation, Volume 2 “Plants” / under the direction of. Botanical Institute. V. L. Komarova Academy of Sciences of the USSR, 1988

6. Legends and legends of Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome – Moscow. Pravda Publishing House, 1987 -576s.

7. M. Aksenova, G. Vilchek “Encyclopedia for children” volume 2 Biology Publishing house World of encyclopedias Avanta +, 2007 – 672 p.

8. The plant world of our Motherland: Book. For the teacher – 2nd ed., add. – M.; Enlightenment, 1991. – 207p.

Event analysis.

The extra-curricular activity “Let’s save the primroses” was held on the eve of the spring holidays. After all, at this time the problem of preserving primroses becomes especially relevant. It was during this period that cases of collecting and trading rare plants became more frequent.

Primroses are the first representatives of the plant world, appearing after a long winter. They are symbols of spring, awakening life!

Hundreds of thousands of primrose plants are destroyed every year during the spring holidays. These are rare and endangered species of snowdrops, cyclamen, hellebore, crocuses and others. All of them are listed in the Red Books of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Adygea.

The work to draw attention to the problem of protecting primroses with the guys of the 3rd “B” class was started by me in February 2016.

At the classroom hour, I had a conversation with the children, based on the results of which I drew conclusions about the degree of their knowledge of information about primroses.

Based on the information revealed, the children received individual assignments for the next class hour. They had to complete projects, learn poems, legends, take photographs and drawings of primroses.

At the parent meeting, I asked the parents to help the children in the design of projects.

The children, under my guidance, learned poetry, formulated the rules of behavior in nature, selected photographs and illustrations, prepared drawings, and made projects with the help of their parents.

The lesson was held on March 11 during the classroom hour.

Time spent 45 minutes.

Reading poems about the wonderful season, listening to musical excerpts from the works, the children considered the beauty of primroses in photographs and pictures. They involuntarily turned to the beautiful, and sought to express their feelings in drawings, kind statements, the desire to immediately go out into the street and tell the people around them not to pluck early-flowering plants, not to destroy them, but to try to protect, preserve and plant them in those territories. where possible.

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