Russian folk games for children of the younger group in kindergarten

Card index on the topic “Outdoor games by season for the second younger group”

5. "Homeless hare."

Goal: improve the speed of reaction to a sound signal, teach children to play by the rules

Move: a hunter and a homeless hare are chosen from among the players. The rest of the players - the hares - draw circles for themselves (at home, and everyone stands in it).

"Homeless Hare"

runs away, and
the “hunters”
catch up with him.
The “hare”
can escape from
the “hunter”
by running into any circle;
then the “hare”
, flocking in the circle, must immediately run away, because now he becomes homeless and
the “hunter”
will catch him.
As soon as the “hunter”
catches a hare, he himself becomes
a “hare”

6. "Shaggy Dog"

Goal: develop attention, fast running; teach in different ways, designate objects in the game.

Progress: children stand on one side of the playground. The driver - the dog - is on the other side. The children quietly approach him and say:

Here lies a shaggy dog,

In your paws, with your nose buried.

Quietly, quietly he lies,

He's either dozing or sleeping.

Let's go to him, wake him up,

And let's see, something will happen!

After these words, the dog jumps up and barks loudly. The children run away, and the dog tries to catch them.

7. "Sly Fox"

Goal: to develop children's endurance, observation and dexterity.

Move: the players stand in a circle at a distance of one step from each other. To the side, outside the circle, the fox's house is indicated. At the teacher’s signal, the children close their eyes, and the teacher walks around them from the outside of the circle and touches one of the players, who becomes the leader - the sly fox. Then the children open their eyes, in chorus 3 times (with a short interval)

They ask
(at first quietly, then louder)
“Sly fox, where are you?”
After the third question, the sly fox quickly runs out to the middle of the circle, raises his hand and says:
“I’m here!”
All the players scatter around the site, and the fox catches them (by touching them with his hand)
After the fox catches 2-3 children and takes them to his house, the teacher says: “In a circle!”
The game is repeated

8. “The Fox and the Hens”

Goal: develop fast running and agility.

Progress: at one end of the site there are chickens and roosters in a chicken coop. On the opposite side there is a fox. Hens and roosters (three to five players)

They walk around the site, pretending to peck at grains.
When a fox creeps up on them, the roosters cry: “Ku-ka-re-ku!”
At this signal, everyone runs to the chicken coop, and the fox rushes after them, trying to touch any of the players. If the driver fails to touch any of the players, then he drives again.

9. “Such a leaf - fly to me”

Goal: to develop attention and observation; practice finding leaves by similarity; activate the dictionary.

Progress: the teacher and the children examine the leaves that have fallen from the trees. Describes them, says what tree they come from. After some time, he hands out leaves from different trees on the site to the children and asks them to listen carefully. Shows a leaf from a tree and says: “Whoever has the same leaf, run to me!”

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Abstract in the second junior group “Acquaintance with Russian folk games through the Russian folk tale “Ryaba Hen”

State budgetary preschool educational institution Child Development Center - kindergarten No. 68 of the Krasnoselsky district of St. Petersburg “Rostok”

Educational area: cognitive development, socio-communicative development

Educational technology: health-saving “Active game”


Fostering interest in Russian folk musical heritage, developing and enriching children's musical horizons and their emotional potential.


  1. Introducing children to the origins of Russian culture through folk music folklore;
  2. Development of the emotional sphere and expressiveness of children’s performance in singing, dancing, musical games, round dances, nursery rhymes;
  3. Formation of performing skills;


  • Stylized design of the music hall;
  • Russian folk costumes for children and adults;
  • Brownie costume Kuzi;
  • Heroes of the fairy tale “The Ryaba Hen” (bi-ba-bo dolls), a golden and simple egg;
  • Dragonfly and ant caps;
  • "Carousel"
  • Khokhloma spoons
  • Musical material (See Appendix)

Progress of the event:

(Children enter the hall to the music “Barynya” )

Educator: Guys, the guests secretly told me that they had forgotten all the fairy tales. Let's remind, tell and show our guests our favorite Russian folk tale “The Ryaba Hen” . Dress up the dolls. Oh! Where are they?

(Knock on the door)

Educator: Who is this coming to us?

Domovenok comes out (to the Russian music “Kumanechek” )

Educator: Oh! Yes, this is Brownie!

Brownie: Hello, dear guys and guests! I ran past your kindergarten and heard that your fairy tale heroes were missing. I know how to help you. First we need to find the heroes of the fairy tale, and then complete their tasks. Let's go look for them...

(Children are looking for a grandmother’s doll (bi-ba-bo) to the Russian music “There was a birch tree in the field” )

Educator: And here is the grandmother (the teacher puts the grandmother on his hand).

Educator: (teacher, in the role of grandmother) Hello! Do you like to play? (Children's answer is YES). Let's play a fun Russian game "Goat"


We continue the fun Everyone is running on the carousel You are running kids Ride your heart out!

R.n. game "Carousel" (see appendix)

The teacher takes an umbrella with ribbons and stands in the center, the children take the ribbons and walk in a circle saying:

Barely, barely, barely The carousel spun And then, then, then Everyone ran, ran, ran

Hush, hush, don't make noise! Stop the carousel. One-two, one-two (clap) So the game is over (clap)

Educator: (as a grandmother) Well done, guys! I'm staying in a fairy tale!

Educator: Well, who else do we need to find?

Children: Grandfather!

Brownie: Correct! Let's go look for him.

(Children are looking for a grandfather’s doll (bi-ba-bo) to the Russian music “There was a birch tree in the field” )

Brownie: And here he is!

Educator (as a grandfather): Hello, guys! I really love nursery rhymes! Do you know which one? (children's answer - Yes!)

Educator: You all have a family - dad, mom, grandma, grandpa. Tell me a Russian folk nursery rhyme about a family of fingers:

This is grandpa's finger This is grandma's finger This is daddy's finger This is mommy's finger

This is my finger! That's my whole family!

Educator (as a grandfather): Well done, guys! I'll stay with you!

Educator: Who else is missing in our fairy tale?

Children: Chicken Ryaba

Brownie: let's go look for her

(Children are looking for the Ryaba Hen doll (bi-ba-bo) to the Russian music “There was a birch tree in the field” )

Brownie: And here she is!

Educator (as Ryaba Hen): Hello, Ko Ko Ko! You know how to play and tell nursery rhymes too. Will you sing a song?

Children Yes!

Dramatization of the Russian folk song “Like Ours at the Gate”

Like ours at the gate Like ours at the gate Ai Lyuli at the gate Ai Lyuli at the gate

The fly is singing songs The fly is singing songs Ai Lyuli is singing Ai Lyuli is singing.

Komar is leading the music Komar is leading the music Ai Lyuli is leading Ai Lyuli is leading

The dragonfly went to dance, called the ant with it The dragonfly went to dance, called the ant with it Ai Lyuli called, Ai Lyuli called

Child (as a dragonfly)

Ant, my darling, dance with me Ant, my darling, dance with me Ay Lyuli here with me Ay Lyuli here with me

Child (as an ant)

I’d love to dance, but I’m really tired I’d love to dance, but I’m really tired Ai Lyuli, I’m tired Ai Lyuli, I’m tired

Educator: Well, who else do we need to find?

Children: Mouse!

Brownie: Correct! Let's go look for her.

(Children are looking for a mouse doll (bi-ba-bo) to the rhinestone music “There was a birch tree in the field” )

Brownie: And here he is!

Educator: And here is the little mouse. (Hello!) Little mouse, whisper in my ear,

Educator (in the role of a mouse): we will play now, we will meet the sun and welcome spring.

Round dance game “Vesnyanka” (See appendix)

Sunshine, sunshine, Golden Bottom (children walk in a circle) Burn, burn clearly, (children clap their hands) So that it doesn’t go out.

A stream ran in the garden (children imitate a stream with their hands) A hundred rooks flew in (children flap their “wings” ) And the snowdrifts melted, melted (children slowly crouched) And the flowers grew (children stretched on tiptoes, hands up)

Educator (as a mouse): Well done guys! I'll stay with you!

Educator: Well, all the heroes have been collected. Shall we show you a fairy tale?

Children: Yes


Hurry up to the performance and bring your friends with you! The curtain opens, the fairy tale begins.

Russian folk tale "The Ryaba Hen"

(Children take bi-ba-bo dolls (heroes of the fairy tale) and show a re-enactment of the R.N.S. “Ryaba Hen” )

Child - narrator:

Once upon a time there lived a grandfather and a woman. They had a chicken, Ryaba. The chicken laid an egg. Not an ordinary one, but a golden one.

Grandfather beat and beat, but didn’t break Baba beat, beat and didn’t break The mouse ran, waved its tail The egg fell and broke

The grandfather is crying, the woman is crying, And the hen is clucking. Don’t cry, grandfather, don’t cry, woman. I will lay you another egg, not a golden one, but a simple one.

That’s the end of the fairy tale, and whoever listened - well done!


And to finish our fairy tale, start dancing together!


Eh, I’ll stamp my feet, and I’ll stamp my feet! The dance with spoons will be cheerful and daring!

R.n. dance with spoons (Russian folk music “Samara-town” )

Part 1: Children walk to the music, holding spoons in their hands slightly apart to the sides.

Part 2: Show and hide spoons behind back alternately

Part 3 = Parts 1

Part 4: With spoons outstretched in front of them, children rattle them rhythmically

Part 5=Part 1

Part 6: Raising spoons above their heads, children spin around, knocking spoons

At the end they open their hands and say EVERYTHING!

Educator: Guys, what did we do with you today?

Presumable answers from the children: they danced, sang, danced in a round dance, read poetry, told a fairy tale.

Educator: Well done guys!

Brownie: But I have Easter cakes, I want to treat the kids. Let's say goodbye to the guests and go to the group to drink tea and cakes, I love them very much!

Children go under the r.n. music "Barynya"


Literature and musical material used

  1. Russian folk song “Like ours at the gate” , music collection “And we sowed millet” , ed. “Music” , M. 1981, p. 22;
  2. Russian folk game “Goat” , L. Mikheeva “Russian folk holidays” , ed. “Bustard” , M. 2007, p. 64;
  3. Russian folk game "Carousel" , N.V. Pugacheva, N.A. Esaulov “Calendar ritual holidays” , Pedagogical Society of Russia, M., 2005, p. 36;
  4. Russian folk finger game “Family” , E.I. Yakubovskaya, N.V. Eremina “!Songs, fun, play gymnastics for kids” (part 1), ed. St. Petersburg, 2008, p. 5;
  5. Russian folk round dance “Vesnyanka” , L.A. Ulanova, S.O. Jordan, “Methodological recommendations for organizing walks ,” ed. "Childhood-Press" , St. Petersburg, 2007, p. 80;
  6. Russian folk melody "Samara town" ;
  7. Russian folk dance with spoons (dance movements by M.A. Belyaeva)
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