Finger game "Puppies"


Irina Nikolaevna Puzanova

MBDOU “Kindergarten No. 5”

Gus – Khrustalny

senior educator

Software content.

1. Cultivate aesthetic feelings, artistic taste, love for animals, nature.

2. Develop the ability to analyze, find characteristic features, convey the shape, structure, proportions, volume.

3. Develop the ability to draw a dog in stages according to algorithmic schemes.

Preliminary work.

Acquaintance with dog breeds, looking at illustrations, reading fiction and educational literature, drawing dogs in unconventional ways – by poking.

Material for the lesson.

Illustrations of dogs of different breeds, a scheme for drawing a dog – dachshunds, sheets of paper, colored pencils, simple pencils.

Course progress.

Educator. Guys, what appeared in our hall?

Children . Exhibition.

Educator . Yes, we have a dog show in the hall. Let’s get closer and take a look.

(children look at the illustrations for about a minute)

Educator . And I also have a dog. Her name is…

(With his story, the teacher tries to attract children to stories about his dogs)

Children. And I have a dog…

I have seen this dog…

(children’s stories about their dogs)

Educator. How detailed are you about your dogs? It would be nice to have a look at them. How can we see them?

Children give examples: it is impossible to bring them to kindergarten, it is dangerous, unhygienic; go to see them – but what about the other children, the teacher at work, we don’t know how the dog will behave when he sees so many children; you can take a picture – a very long wait; can be drawn.

Educator. Let’s decide so, you draw pictures or ask your parents to take pictures of your dogs. And then bring the drawings and photographs to the kindergarten so that we can look at them.

(points to the exhibition)

We also have different dogs at the exhibition – shepherd dogs, poodles, spaniels …

And which dog do you like more, choose a picture. Which dog did Maxim choose? What kind of dog did Sonya like?

(children’s answers)

Guys, let’s find friends for your dogs – a dog of the same breed.

(children select illustrations, make pairs on the board)

Educator . Look, one dog was left without a mate. What is this dog?

Children . Dachshund.

Educator . Look what an unusual dog. This dog has a long, elongated body, very short legs. Remember where you could see such a dog?

Children. The old woman Shapoklyak had such a dog, they saw in the cartoon …

Educator . Let’s find her a friend. What we can do?

Children. Draw.

Educator. That’s right, we will draw a dog – a dachshund. And this diagram will help us draw it.

(posts up a drawing of a dog)

Educator. Look at what the torso, neck, head of a dachshund looks like?

Children. On geometric shapes, rectangles.

Educator. How do we start drawing?

Children. From the torso.

Educator . How do we arrange it on the sheet? (in the middle of the sheet) – How do we position the other parts of the body? (head on top, tail on the back, paws on the bottom) – On the head, long ears fall down.

– Well, are you ready to draw dachshund friends? Then I will ask you to prepare everything you need on the tables and come to me.

(children prepare tables)

Educator . Your jobs are ready for you, and we will prepare our fingers.

Finger game “Puppies”

(Palms are folded, fingers are pressed to each other)

Our dog has ten puppies. (We shake our palms without separating them)

Now all the puppies are standing in pairs:

Two fat, two dexterous,

Two long, two tricky,

The two smallest

And the most beautiful.

(Tapping the corresponding fingers against each other, from the thumb to the little finger)

Educator. I can’t wait to draw. And you?

Guys, if someone needs a diagram on the table, you can take it.

Children sit down at the tables and begin to draw, focusing on the diagram.

The teacher draws with the children on the easel, pronouncing all his actions.

At the end of the work, the children hang out their drawings for the exhibition.

(children’s work in the application)

Educator. Guys, you did a very good job. You see how many friends the dachshund has made.

– Guys, and you and I know a song that talks about all the dogs at once.

Song “My Puppy”, lyrics by P. Sinyavsky, music by Y. Chichkov

Have you forgotten about your homework yet? Bring your photos and drawings, and we will also place them at the exhibition.

Used Books.

1. Kvach N.V. Development of figurative thinking and graphic skills in children 5-7 years old. – M .: Humanitarian publishing center VLADOS, 2001

2. Tyazhlova O. Encyclopedia of dogs. All about dogs. – M.: Prof – Press, 2013

3. Shaidurova N.V. Teaching preschool children to draw animals according to algorithmic schemes. – S. – Pb.: Detstvo-Press, 2009

4. Internet resources: Children’s photo-encyclopedia of dog breeds.


Drawings of children of the senior group “Looking for a friend”

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