Classroom teacher. Today we learned the laws of ecology. Unfortunately, many do not know these laws and pollute the Earth, violate the fragile ecological balance in nature. And if Nature could speak, what would she say to her children? Let’s write letters of appeal on behalf of nature.
The first group will write an appeal to businessmen, owners of plants and factories.
The second group will write to the military.
The third group will prepare an appeal to scientists.
The fourth group will turn to farmers and peasants.
The fifth group will write to sailors and fishermen.
The sixth group will write a letter to the students of our school.
The music turns on, for 5 minutes the children write appeals.
It’s time to read our messages. I invite representatives of the groups to the board.
Representatives of the groups come to the board and read the appeals.
Thank you, I hope that your words will be heard.
Concluding conversation “Kill the beasts within you.”
Classroom teacher. Today we talked about the laws of ecology. Knowledge and implementation of these laws is the most important sign of ecological culture. But this is not enough. We also need the ecology of the soul. Read the epigraph to our class hour. These are the lines of the poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko (reads).
What is the poet talking about here?
Sample responses from children:
– What needs to be done to protect nature.
– You can’t kill animals.
– That you need to love the smallest blade of grass and a bug.
Classroom teacher. The poet calls to kill the animals within himself. What are these animals?
Sample responses from children:
– This is greed, envy, stupidity, malice, cunning, cowardice, flattery, meanness, heartlessness, boastfulness, pride, etc.
– It’s all bad, black, wild that is in a person.
– This is what prevents a person from falling in love with another person and the whole world.
Classroom teacher. I think you are all right. The beasts within us are bad qualities of character that prevent us from loving another person, loving the world, loving nature.
And we must constantly exterminate these beasts in our heart. Then our environmental knowledge and skills will benefit nature.
- Summing up (reflection).
Classroom teacher. What do you remember from today’s conversation? Can you consider yourself environmentally cultured people?
Sample responses from children:
– I remember a story about a worm that makes biohumus.
– I remember a story about an Even who cut a fish and put mosquitoes in it.
– I’m still not cultured enough, there are many animals inside me.
– It is still far from culture, but it is clear what to do.
– It is easy to know the laws and follow them, the most difficult thing is to be kind.
Class hour in 8th grade.
Let’s save nature
– cultivate a sense of love for nature, respect for all living things;
– to help students realize their moral responsibility for the fate of their native land;
– to form an ecological culture.
– posters about nature protection;
– reproductions of paintings depicting nature;
– children’s drawings about the birds of our region.
I – with all my heart for technology and progress!
Just let the words and colors not fade,
Let the Berendey demon laugh in the forests,
After all, the extract from the needles will not replace the forest
And the radar will never replace fairy tales
1. Organizational moment .
Message from the class teacher of the topic of the lesson.
2. Introductory speech of the teacher on the importance of nature for man .
Here is ecology – a fashionable word,
Previously, nature did not know this,
Banks, bottles were not thrown into the bushes,
Waste and oil were not dumped into the river.
Rats and mice now thrive
Valuable species, alas, disappear,
Who poisons himself with a cigarette
Someone is using drugs.
The Duma is preparing a new Chernobyl for us,
If the public does not stop!
Those who burn waste in landfills
Everyone poisons, both air and water!
Our planet is still alive
But without protection, she will die!
If you want the world to be green
Do not cut down birches and maples!
Mark Lvovsky . Ecology.
This miracle is Nature. Man is a part of it. People are inextricably linked with nature by thousands of threads. Human life depends on the state of nature.
Nature hastens to warn us.
Snoring, the wave sneaks up to us: “Gotcha!”
The devil raises his finger over the mountain,
But we do not delve into silent speech.
Nature tells us: “The time is short.
The forests have already been turned into pastures.
Broken like refugees, trees
They wander south dejectedly along the roads.
We are told: “Minutes are short.
Come to your senses, your plans are insane:
Leisurely seaplane geese
They are flying south with their floats pulled in.
And we don’t understand anything
Going to the cinema, reading a book
And lightning perceive the flash
Like a bright light – nothing more.
Alexander Gorodnitsky “Nature is in a hurry to warn us”
We, the people of the beginning of the 21st century, almost imperceptibly turned out to be both witnesses and perpetrators of these changes. What can they mean for today’s and future generations?
3. Students’ speeches with information on the topic of the class hour .
1 student post
Mankind has reached a stage when the anthropogenic impact on the biosphere has become irreversible, the contradictions between the growing needs of society and the impoverishing possibilities of nature have become sharply aggravated. Environmental education has been put forward by UNESCO and the United Nations Environment Program as the main means of harmonizing the interaction between man and nature.
The Stockholm Conference on Environmental Protection in 1972 adopted a recommendation to establish an international environmental education program. In order to survive, humanity needs to rethink the essence of the relationship between man, society and nature based on new approaches and ideas. The practical implementation of the ideas of sustainable development is associated with a change in the stereotype of the culture of the relationship between man and nature. According to the recognition of the domestic and world community, environmental education is becoming a central factor in solving the problems of the relationship “Man – Society – Nature”.
Today, environmental education in the world is considered a priority in the education and upbringing of students in secondary schools. The UN Conference in Rio de Janeiro in 1992, which discussed the problems of the environment and the development of education, in its documents and decisions also emphasized the great importance of environmental education in the implementation of the strategy for the survival and sustainable development of mankind.
Next, two students read a poem
There are many miracles in the world
The man is the most wonderful of them all.
But he only loved himself
And destroyed nature.
He couldn’t understand
That nature is our mother!
Forests are cut down, rivers are polluted,
And we no longer like the water in our river,
Now there are no animals in the forests,
Man is the most important of all!
He couldn’t resist
This was his vice.
Why can’t he
Live calmly and wisely?
protect, love, appreciate,
Appreciate all nature!
And now we see
Forests without birds, and lands without water…
Less and less nature
More and more environment.
Despite the fact that your age is short,
You make it shorter man
Lose and don’t think about it
That you and the children will have to live in it.
Please think about
What the world has become like
in which we live.
“The world is big,” you answer.
“What will happen if there is no beauty?”
“There will not be fewer people in the world”
Are you sure about your answer?
Deforestation is a common occurrence.
Think about the future of another generation.
Will they see “disappeared” lives?
Will they live peacefully in their native Fatherland?
What is coming towards man?
“Hell” or “paradise” until the end of the age?
The issue will be resolved only when
When will we take up ecology together, right?
2 student: report on the environmental situation in Russia .
Russia is one of the most environmentally polluted countries on the planet. The economic situation in the Russian Federation continues to aggravate the environmental situation, and the severity of the existing negative trends is growing. The decline in production was not accompanied by a similar decrease in the volume of harmful emissions into the environment – in crisis conditions, enterprises save on environmental costs. Thus, in 1992, compared with 1991, the volume of industrial production on average in the national economy decreased by 18.8%. including, but such industries as non-ferrous metallurgy – by 26.8%, chemical industry – by 22.2%. However, the volume of emissions of harmful substances into the atmospheric air decreased by only 11%, and the decrease in polluted wastewater discharges was insignificant.
Regular accounting of harmful emissions into the atmosphere is carried out at 18,000 enterprises. In 1993, they amounted to 24.8 million tons (of which 2% were synthetic highly toxic ingredients), which is 11.7% less than in the previous year. However, in a number of regions, an increase in air emissions is observed; reasons – violation of technological regimes, the use of low-quality and substandard raw materials and fuel.
Due to the depreciation of fixed assets, salvo and emergency emissions of harmful ingredients have become more frequent. The condition of the air basin of cities and industrial centers is deteriorating. The list of cities with the highest level of pollution (41 cities) includes: Arkhangelsk, Bratsk, Grozny, Kemerovo, Krasnoyarsk, Moscow, Novosibirsk, etc.
An increase in the level of atmospheric pollution is noted not only in cities and adjacent territories, but also in background areas, emissions of a large amount of sulfur dioxide (more than 9 million tons per year) cause acidification of atmospheric precipitation. Areas of increased acidity were recorded in the European territory of Russia, as well as in a number of industrial regions with developed non-ferrous metallurgy. The fallout of pollutants on the territory of the Russian Federation is caused not only by emissions from its own sources, but also by transboundary transfer.
Water resources are one of the most important and at the same time the most vulnerable components of the environment.
Teacher What exactly can each student do to preserve nature? Observe the rules of conduct in the forest, on the banks of water bodies! Follow the rules for collecting forest gifts: mushrooms, medicinal plants. Take care of our smaller brothers: ants, birds, hedgehogs. Decorate cities and villages in a green outfit.
So, the protection of nature concerns all of us. We all breathe the same air of the Earth, drink water and eat bread, the molecules of which continuously participate in the endless cycle of substances. And we ourselves are the thinking particles of Nature. This imposes a huge responsibility for its safety on each of us, on each without exception. Each of us can and must contribute to the struggle for the preservation of Nature, and consequently, life on Earth.
In conclusion, one of the students reads a poem by M. Dudin :
Take care of the Earth !
Skylark at the blue zenith
Butterfly on dodder leaves,
Sunshine on the path…
Take care of young seedlings
At the green festival of nature,
Sky in the stars, ocean and land
And a believing soul in immortality, –
All destinies are the connecting threads.
Take care of the Earth!
4. Listening to the audio recording of the song “Birches” (music by I. Matvienko, lyrics by M. Andreev).
5. Generalizing conversation on the topic of the class hour .
The city dweller today does not have to go for water – it is supplied directly to the taps: a person does not look for heat when he is cold – the room is heated centrally; in search of coolness, he does not need shade from trees – he turns on a fan or air conditioner; for food and clothes, he goes to the store, and the means of transportation are a car, a train and an airplane.
But how can a car do without oil and oxygen, because it is them that are burned by engines, and these are products of nature? To make these machines, you need ore, coal. water is a product of nature. Moreover, to meet their needs, a person today needs more and more natural resources. If, before the advent of machines, a person had enough to cook food and heat several carts of firewood a year, now for each inhabitant a year there are several wagons in terms of firewood. This means that the needs are increasing, and the resources are decreasing!
For many years, trying to conquer nature, a person unexpectedly found himself on the verge of an ecological disaster. What problems arose before a person, threatening him with death and requiring an immediate solution?
The participants in the discussion characterize the most important environmental problems of our time and illustrate them with the help of posters and drawings prepared for the class hour.
For many years, trying to conquer nature and dominate it, a person unexpectedly found himself on the verge of an ecological disaster. One such problem is the “greenhouse effect”. This is a gradual warming of the climate on our planet as a result of an increase in the concentration of anthropogenic substances in the atmosphere. The result of this, in particular, is the rise in the level of the World Ocean, which may adversely affect the lives of the population of more than 30 countries.
Another serious danger is the thinning of the ozone layer and the appearance of ozone holes not only over the poles of our planet. But also in the equatorial region and in the middle latitudes. Processes such as the use of nitrogen fertilizers, emissions of combustion products from space technology and high-altitude aviation contribute to the thinning of the ozone layer, but the main reason is the use of frsona gas in freezers and in various aerosols. If we talk about space exploration, we can cite an interesting fact: scientists have calculated that it is enough for the American solid-fuel shuttle Shuttle to fly into space several hundred times in 4-5 years for the ozone layer to completely disappear. And the most environmentally friendly launch vehicle is our Energia.
The sharp increase in atmospheric pollution in recent decades has resulted in another environmental problem – acid rain. The reason for their loss is the ingress of combustion waste of any fuel into the air. Acid rains adversely affect forests, water bodies, soil, wildlife, affect human health, and destroy historical monuments. More than 31 million hectares of forests are dying from acid rain in various regions of the world. So, in Germany, acid rain damaged about 35% of the forest area, and in Canada, the oldest forests (up to 300 years old) from balsam spruce have already died. Signs of life have been completely lost in 1000 lakes in Sweden.
The process of desertification has taken on a global scale today.
This is one of the most formidable and fleeting processes of our time. As a result of human activity, by the last quarter of the 20th century, deserts began to cover 43% of the total land area. The pace of advancement of the borders of the desert in Africa today in some places is up to 10 km per year. Desertification is a consequence of the immoderate economic activity of man, and since the sands are advancing on agricultural lands, on people’s homes, on roads, there are more and more people in the world who must flee from this – environmental refugees.
And today the lines of the Spanish poet Federico Garcia Lorca sound like a terrible warning:
“Hushed, died out, cooled down, dried up, disappeared.
It’s not too late, because the most important thing has already been done – people realized in time that it is impossible to remain indifferent and soulless, but it is impossible to relate to nature.
The term “ecology” was proposed in 1866 by the German scientist E. Haeckel (from the Greek “oikos” – house). Dwelling and “logos” – doctrine). However, this science developed in the 20th century.
Ecology is the science of the relationship between living organisms and their environment.
Only in the 19th and 20th centuries did people, governments, and states begin to think about it. That nature should be protected, or were any actions taken before, and maybe even laws?
The first law on environmental protection is considered to be an edict adopted in England in 1273 and prohibiting the use of coal for heating homes in London. Violation of the edict was punishable by death.
Many decrees of Peter the Great can be considered an example of a skillful state approach to nature. Aimed at the protection and rational use, as well as the restoration of forests, especially those located along the banks of rivers. ‘Prohibition of predatory ways of catching fish. ‘Prohibition of moose shooting in the St. Petersburg province. Very serious punishments, up to physical punishment, awaited those who polluted the water of the Neva and its tributaries with some kind of garbage.
But the problems of irrational use of natural resources, extravagance, ruthlessness of man in relation to his planet after the Second World War arose especially acute. The world has lost almost 1/5 of the top fertile layer of the earth, 1/5 of the area of tropical rainforests has been destroyed. The content of carbon dioxide increased by 13%. in the early 1990s, 6 billion tons of carbon were emitted into the atmosphere every year, but many countries today are forced to desalinate seawater in order to provide the population with drinking water. Fresh water is not enough. And man continues to be wasteful. Who knows how many liters of water a Muscovite consumes per day?
In Russia, on average, about 400 liters of drinking water per day is consumed per inhabitant, and in Moscow this figure reaches 600 liters!
Let us list those sciences with which ecology is closely connected; physics, chemistry, geology, geography, mathematics, as well as jurisprudence, economics. Note that the words “ecology” and “economics” have a common root, only in ecology “home” is the whole biosphere, and in economics “home” in a narrower, more concrete sense is a personal economy, and therefore such words are so close, but the origin have become so hostile in practice: in the pursuit of profit, the economy ruthlessly uses nature. Recently, a new science has appeared – environmental economics, pedagogy (a new subject has been introduced in schools – ecology, in most universities related to the national economy, but aren’t journalists, doctors, artists, artists, writers connected with ecology? Suffice it to recall at least such a fact : it was Russian writers, our contemporaries, Valentin Rasputin, Vasily Belov, Sergei Zalygin and others, who were the first to sound the alarm and join the ranks of environmentalists when it came to pollution of the unique, natural reservoir – Lake Baikal, and when it came to turning the course of the northern rivers As you can see, no matter what profession you choose in the future, no matter what business you start doing, you can’t get away from ecology, from knowledge about the environment and its protection.
Every year, a person extracts about 200 billion tons of rocks from the earth’s interior, burns more than 9 billion tons of standard fuel, disperses up to 3 billion tons of pesticides on the fields, etc. The problem of environmental pollution by anthropogenic toxicants has become a particularly acute problem: the world’s annual intake for carbon oxides is 25.5 billion tons, for nitrogen oxides – 65 billion tons, etc.
Industrial enterprises, vehicles, nuclear weapons testing, excessive use of mineral fertilizers and pesticides, etc., have a negative impact on the environment. As a result of anthropogenic human activity on the globe, according to the World Observation Institute, the following occurs:
* annual destruction of tropical rainforests on an area of 11 million hectares;
* the annual occurrence of man-made deserts on the globe on an area of about 6 million hectares;
* annual loss of 26 billion tons of fertile layer of arable land;
* Damage caused by acid rain to forests over 31 million hectares.
Thousands of lakes under the influence of acid rain in some countries have become biologically dead. At least 25-30 thousand species of vascular plants are under the threat of extinction, etc.
Intensive rates of environmental degradation pose a real threat to the existence of man himself. A global monitoring system has been created through the UN and UNESCO, the main tasks of which are to determine the degree of anthropogenic impact on the environment, predict its state in the future, etc.
Emissions from industrial enterprises of energy systems and transport into the atmosphere, water bodies and subsoil have reached such proportions that in a number of regions of the globe pollution levels significantly exceed permissible sanitary standards. This leads, especially among the urban population, to an increase in the number of people who fall ill with chronic bronchitis, asthma, allergies, ischemia, and cancer.
Class hour on the topic: “Protect nature!”
Purpose: formation of a responsible attitude to the nature of the native land.
- Contribute to the education of love for the native nature;
- Familiarize yourself with the rules of behavior in nature;
- Replenishment of students’ knowledge of ecology.
- 1st poster “Save nature – save life on Earth.”
- 2nd poster “To protect nature means to protect the Motherland” (M. Prishvin).
- Plates with ecological signs.
- Proverb cards.
- Picture “nature”.
- Drawings of children.
- Music: “Sounds of Nature”, “Voices of Birds”, Y. Chichkov “It’s called nature”.
Host: Hello friends! Hello nature!
– Humanity has been living on planet Earth for almost a million years, but people do not think much about the fact that all the riches of the earth are not eternal, that they need protection, replenishment and careful handling.
In past centuries, when the number of earthlings was small, and industry was poorly developed, people rarely thought about the consequences of gross interference with nature. And gradually, with the development of scientific and technological progress, the attack on nature led to the depletion of soils, the shallowing of rivers and lakes, the death of vegetation, and the formation of deserts. In recent years, the ecological situation has deteriorated sharply, many species of plants and animals are disappearing and becoming rare, many corners of nature are losing their value. Many people began to worry about the deterioration of the ecological situation on earth. And then they began to create entire territories in the world, on which they began to protect entire natural components, including here in Russia.
In 1916, on January 11, the first Barguzinsky Reserve was established in the history of the Russian state. At present, there are already 100 nature reserves, 35 national parks and 68 reserves in Russia, including Khakassia, the region where we live!
Everything that surrounds us, we must learn to love and cherish. And this is the purpose of our today’s meeting.
2 teams take part in the game, as well as spectators – fans. For each correct answer, teams will receive tokens, and at the end of the game, the winning team will be determined.
(The music “Sounds of Nature” sounds, the presenters come out – Flora and Fauna).
– On our globe on the earth,
Where we were born and live
Where is the summer dew in the grass
And blue skies
Where is the sea, mountains, steppes, forest –
Full of mysterious wonders.
– A gray wolf roams the forest,
And the thin lily of the valley blooms,
In the steppe feather grass, like delicate silk,
The wind blows.
A waterfall thunders on the rocks,
And rainbow splashes fly.
And in the blue sea, a blue whale –
Big as a house, sleeping on the waves.
Don’t destroy this world
Girls and boys
Otherwise these miracles
Remain only in the book.
– To be in the sources of Narzan,
From the clearing – strawberries,
Be careful like Tarzan
Make friends with wild nature!
– You are also part of her miracles,
And the forest darkens for you
And the bright river flows
And everything will bloom in spring.
And you have to try
We can’t part with this!
So, our game begins!
Tour “Ecological dates and holidays”
Each team must name the date when environmental holidays are celebrated:
- International Earth Day (April 22)
- Forest Workers Day (September 18)
- International Day for the Protection of the Ozone Layer (16 September)
- Bird Day (April 1)
- Folklore holiday Magpies (March 22)
- Folk holiday Ivan Kupala (July 7)
- World Day to Combat Desertification and Dehydration (17 June)
- World Environment Day (5 June)
- World Tourism Day (September 27)
- World Animal Day (October 4).
Tour “Solve the crossword puzzle”
|10 B||6 B||E||R||E||W||BUT|
|8 L||And||With||T||AT||9 E||H||H||And||C||BUT|
- Territory where natural components are protected.
- What is the name of the Russian writer, a great lover of nature.
- A science that considers the interaction between man and the environment.
- Name the bird – a symbol of homesickness?
- What tree is considered sacred in Russia?
- What fish endures the most severe frosts?
- What wood are musical instruments made from?
- Which coniferous tree sheds leaves for the winter?
- Which bird breeds chicks in winter?
- What birds eat mushrooms?
- What is the name of the animal listed in the Red Book, depicted on the coat of arms of Khakassia?
Tour “Fold a proverb”
Each team is given envelopes with cut cards on which proverbs are written. Participants need to correctly collect proverb cards in the allotted time.
Stork on the roof – // peace in the house.
Although the earth feeds, // it also asks for food.
Life is given // for good deeds.
A good deed praises itself.
Lots of water – // lots of grass.
Plant – // land decoration.
A lot of forest – // do not destroy, little forest – // take care, there is no forest – // plant.
Feed the birds in winter, // they will repay you with good in summer.
The nightingale does not need // a golden cage, but he needs // an earthly branch.
They cut down the bushes – // goodbye birds.
I saw a starling – // spring at the porch.
The spark of the carcass // before the fire, take the trouble away // before the impact.
Groves and forests – // beauty of the native land.
The fate of nature – // the fate of the Motherland.
Tour “Logic chains”
Each team receives a table in which, to the definition of the left column, it is necessary to choose the correct concept from the first column.
|1. Tourists are allowed to visit the protected area.||1. Reserve|
|2. Naturally valuable object (lake, tree, rock, cave)||2. Reserve|
|3. A specially allocated area where economic activity is completely prohibited.||3. Monument of nature|
|4. A specially protected natural area where nature is preserved in its natural state.||4. National Park|
(the correct answer is 1-4, 2-3, 3-2, 4-1).
Musical tour “Who will sing whom”
– With a song, the holiday is more fun,
We can’t live without her
‘Cause the song contest
We invite you, friends!
– Each team in turn must sing a song about nature, about animals, about birds, about plants.
Tour “Guess the Riddles”
– White-sided magpie
flew in from afar
She didn’t say where she was.
– But she, guys
Very tricky riddles
Brought to us on the tail.
Who can guess faster
He gets the token.
- He searches all day for crumbs,
Eats insects, worms.
Winter does not fly away
Lives under the eaves. (Sparrow)
- He comes every year
Where the house is waiting for him,
Knows how to sing other people’s songs
And yet it has its own voice. (Starling)
- Spinning, chirping,
Laughs all day long. (Magpie)
- She can’t sleep in the dead of night.
She does the business. (Owl)
- These friendly guys
They grow on a stump in the forest. (Honey mushrooms)
- Gray hats, ruffled legs.
They grow under a birch, what are their names? (boletus)
- He has a nondescript look, mind you – he is very poisonous!
Don’t take him from the clearing, what’s his name? (Death cap)
- And this handsome man on a white leg.
He is in a red hat, and on it are pots. (Amanita)
- I look out the window
Thin Antoshka is walking. (Rain)
- I’m flying – I’m twisting, I’m grumbling to the whole world. (Blizzard)
- Cheerful in the spring, cold in the summer,
Dies in autumn, warms in winter. (Wood)
- Over the river, over the valley
hung a white canvas. (Fog)
- The moon is blooming
The rye is ripening
When does it happen? (Summer)
- What will not be sown? (Grass)
Tour “Green Pharmacy”
Choose from herbariums for each team two medicinal plants growing in Khakassia and talk about their effect on the human body.
Pictorial Tour “Save Our Earth Together”
Each team must draw an environmental poster in the allotted time (5 min.). The participants are given markers and paper.
While the teams are preparing for this competition, we have a “Game with Spectators”.
– Summer is a wonderful time,
The kids are screaming… (Hooray!)
– We have rivers and forests
They give in the summer … (miracles)
Who did the miracle
In summer, into a fairy tale … (turned)?
Who made the whole world like this:
Voiced, joyful … (colored)?
– The whole earth became a circle
Bright, colorful… (carpet).
– Where above the dome of heaven
It turns green luxuriantly … (forest).
– Flowers are blooming all around
Unprecedented … (beauty).
– Here, greeting the guys,
The bells are ringing).
How nice it is to run
On chamomile … (meadows)!
– Like sunbeams
Golden … (dandelions).
– To the world of goodness and beauty
Turn the world… (flowers)!
Tour “Red Book”
– In 1963, for the first time, a list of rare and endangered species of wild animals and plants of the world appeared, which was called the “Red Book of Facts”. This is a book of anxiety, a book – a warning, in which those animals and plants are named, there are very few of them left on Earth.
– In our country, the first red book appeared in 1982.
The Red Book is Red!
So nature is in danger!
So, not even a moment can be wasted.
If something got into the Red Book!
– Be protected by the Red Book
So many rare animals and birds
To survive the many-sided space
For the light of the coming lightning.
– So that the desert does not dare to descend,
So that the souls do not become empty,
Animals are protected
The snakes are guarded
Even the flowers are protected!
– Now each team is given the task to choose from the cards the plant or animal that will be discussed.
- Water lily
- beauty crane
- Sheep argali
- Grows in stagnant and slowly flowing waters. This plant is also called the “Lotus of the North”.
- A rare species of plant, parts of this plant are poisonous. Flowering time – end of April – beginning of May, coincides with windy weather.
- A ground-nesting bird of the steppe belt with an ornament on its head.
- A waterfowl of extraordinary beauty, which is popularly a symbol of fidelity.
- An animal that builds its home under water, makes dams on rivers, is valued by people for its valuable fur.
- The animal is an inhabitant of the alpine belt, a very shy character.
Tour “Environmental Signs”
– Save the Earth
Take care of the earth!
Take care of the lark
At the blue zenith
– Take care of the mountains
rivers and forests
Let it not disappear
Beauty in life!
Each team is given 5 signs-symbols. Participants in turn must name the rules of behavior in the forest, according to the signs:
- Don’t pick flowers.
- You can’t destroy anthills.
- Do not break branches of trees and shrubs.
- Do not damage tree bark.
- Do not take eggs from nests.
- Don’t make a fire in the forest.
- Do not knock down mushrooms, not even edible ones.
- You can not dig holes and disturb animals.
- In the forest, in nature, it is forbidden to raise a shout and noise.
- Resting in the forest, do not leave trash behind!
Host: – Famous writer M.M. Prishvin said: “Take care of nature! If there is water and not a single fish, I won’t believe the water. And even if there is oxygen in the air, but birds don’t fly in it, I won’t believe the air either. A forest without animals is not a forest … “.
… You, man, loving nature,
Feel sorry for her sometimes.
On fun trips
Do not trample its fields!
And don’t go to the bottom.
And remember the simple truth:
Don’t burn it down
We are few – and she is alone!
The results of the game are summed up. Teams are awarded.
The song by Y. Chichkov to the words of M. Plyatskovsky “This is called nature” sounds performed by all participants:
– We love the forest at any time of the year,
We hear rivers slow speech …
All this is called nature,
Let’s always take care of it!