Summary of a lesson on familiarization with the outside world in the middle group. Topic: "Hello summer."

Summary of a lesson on familiarization with the outside world in the middle group. Topic: "Hello summer."

Urban district city of Vyksa


combined kindergarten No. 7 “Goldfish”

607060, Vyksa, st. Kornilova building 97, 8(83177) 3 – 55 – 11, Email: [email protected]

Summary of a lesson on familiarization with the outside world in the middle group.

Topic: "Hello summer."

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Highest qualification category

Krasotkina M.A.


expanding children's understanding of summer as a season.

Tasks :

clarify knowledge about the forest (what benefits it brings, what grows);

develop children's imagination and auditory analyzer;

cultivate a caring attitude towards plants, insects, the forest and its inhabitants.

Preliminary work:

reading fiction; viewing pictures of nature and the animal world; memorizing poems, riddles; observation in nature; learning children's games.

Materials and equipment;

picture cards depicting forests, flowers, insects; illustrations of summer entertainment, pictures of natural phenomena, pictures of a meadow and a country house, audio recording “Sounds of Nature.”

Progress of the lesson


Guys, listen to the poem and think about what time of year it refers to.?

- Summer is coming soon! Summer is coming soon!

Lots of sunshine!

It's fun to play in the summer -

Jump, run and gallop!

O. Zykova

– Today we will go traveling into the summer! But before we go on a journey, I suggest you solve a riddle.

The house is open on all sides,

It is covered with a carved roof.

Come to the green house -

You will see miracles in it.

Children's answers: forest

Well, now let’s take our seats (the teacher suggests stopping at the first station.

The first station is "Les".

— People say: “To live in the forest, you won’t go hungry.”

- Why do you think they say that? What grows in the forest? (mushrooms and berries)

— What wild berries do you know? (strawberries, blueberries, blackberries)

— Shall we play the game “Bear in the Forest”?

- It's good in the forest! Let's collect mushrooms and berries as a souvenir of our trip (competition: two teams - one collects mushrooms, the other berries (or flowers).

The next station is “Lug”.

-Who do you think we will meet in the meadow?

- How does a bee buzz? Let's all buzz together...

- I will ask riddles, and you try to guess, this is what we will call many insects that live in the meadow (a picture is shown for each answer)

Cheren, but not a raven.

Horned, but not a bull.

Six legs without hooves

It flies and buzzes,

And he sits down and is silent. ( bug


Not a bird, but with wings,

Lexical topic “SUMMER IS SOON.” FCCM (Formation of a holistic picture of the world).


1 “Summer is coming! Summer is coming soon!" Even the rain knocks about it. Mai agreed with them and whispered to me “Friend, goodbye!” Lexical topic “SUMMER IS SOON.” Dear parents! Draw your child’s attention to the approach of a new season and to the features of the summer period. What changes occur in the sky, on earth, in water. What happens to the plant world, grass, flowers, trees. Does the behavior of animals, insects, birds change? What do people do in the fields, gardens and orchards? What tools do amateur gardeners use in their work? Is the life of people in the city changing? How do city residents relax, what do adults do, and what games do children play? FCCM (Formation of a holistic picture of the world). Look at the pictures with your child and remind him of the names of the seasons. Check the sequence of seasons. What time of year is it? After what time of year does summer begin? How do you know when summer has arrived? What is longer day or night in summer? What is the weather like in summer? Name the summer months: June, July, August.

2 Play didactic games with your child, reinforce ideas about the summer season, natural phenomena, and the features of this period. “Name the seasons in order.” Spring, (summer, autumn, winter), Summer, (autumn, winter, spring), etc. “Pick up a sign.” Summer (what?) - hot, sultry, cold, warm, rainy, damp, wonderful, red, green, cheerful, fruitful, long, short, long-awaited, bright, colorful, joyful. The sun in summer (what?) is yellow, hot, bright, warm. The sky in summer (what?) is blue, bright, light, cloudless, stormy. Clouds in summer (what?) are high, white, blue, thunderous, rainy. The grass in summer (what?) is green, fragrant, tall, short, soft. The water in summer (what?) is warm, cool, pleasant, refreshing. Rain in summer (what?) is warm, long-awaited, torrential, short, lingering. Children in the summer (what?) are cheerful, joyful, funny, noisy. “Pick an action.” In the summer the sun (what does it do?) shines, warms, bakes, warms, dries. It's raining, pouring, pouring. The wind blows, blows, refreshes. The grass smells, turns green, dries, grows, lies. The clouds are floating and moving. Flowers grow, bloom, smell, delight, decorate. Fruits grow, ripen, fall, and become full. Birds fly, sing, chirp, rejoice; hatch, teach (chicks), take care (of chicks). Children sunbathe, swim, warm themselves, play, jump, have fun, and rejoice. "Complete the sentences with". In the summer they go to the forest (for what?)… The boletus grows (where?)… They collect berries and mushrooms (where?)… They ripen apples (where?)… Cornflowers grow (where?)… The guys swim (where?)… In the summer, future schoolchildren getting ready (for what?)… “Choose a word.” People who grow bread are called grain growers. People who plant gardens are called gardeners. People who grow flowers are called flower growers, etc. Make up pure sayings - “smiles”. For example: “If only all the mushrooms would run away”; “Ka ka ka clouds dance in the sky.”

3 “Safety rules in summer.” Introduce your child to the rules! Explain why you can’t stay in the heat for a long time!? (You can get heatstroke or sunstroke.) How can you protect yourself from this? (You need to cover your head with a panama hat or cap.) What can happen if you stay under the scorching rays of the sun for a long time? (You may get a skin burn.) What care should you give to a sunburn victim? (You need to take the victim to a cool room or in the shade. You can put a damp towel soaked in cool water on the burned area.) Ball game “Summer fun”. Throw the child a ball and ask the question “What do children do in the summer?”, the child must catch and answer, for example, “Children ride bicycles.” Examples of answers: children ride a scooter; children roller skating; children play badminton; children play tennis; children play ball; children are playing football; children jumping rope; children sunbathing; children bathe; children play with sand; children shoot with a water pistol, etc. "Say it kindly." Yellow dandelion yellow dandelion; Green meadow green meadow; Blue cornflower blue cornflower; Blue sky blue sky; Red poppy red poppy; Pink sunset, pink sunset, etc.

4 “It doesn’t happen.” Do children go sledding in the summer? (Child’s answer: it doesn’t happen) In winter, do children make a snow woman? Do people harvest in the fall? Do buds bloom on trees in winter? Do children play snowballs in the spring? Do children sunbathe and swim in summer? Do children ski in summer? FEMP (Formation of elementary mathematical concepts). Repeat the composition of numbers from 2 to 9. Game “In which hand, how many?” (see in the lexical topic “If you want to be healthy”).

5 Game exercise “Count.” One dragonfly, two dragonflies, three dragonflies and so on until 10; (butterfly, snail, grasshopper, ladybug). Game "One Many". Dragonfly - (dragonfly), butterfly -..., snail -..., grasshopper -..., ladybug -, meadow -..., flower -..., river -.

6 "Geometric figures". Fix with your child: - the names of three-dimensional geometric shapes: ball, cube, cylinder, cone; - names of plane geometric shapes: circle, triangle, square, oval, rectangle, rhombus.

7 Physical culture. Physical education Summer! We are going to walk. One two three four five. To rest our legs, we will walk along the path. (Walk in place.) In the clearing, a green oak tree reached out to the sky with its crown. (Stretching his hand up.) He generously hung acorns on the branches in the middle of the forest. (Stretching arms to the sides.) To pick flowers in the forest, Let's bend down to our toes. One flower, two flowers. And then we will weave a wreath. (Bends forward.) And there are a lot of raspberries around. We couldn't pass by. (Steps in place.) We collect from the bushes, There are excellent places here. (Turns left to right.) Blueberries, strawberries, blueberries grow here in the forest. To pick a berry, you have to squat lower. (Squats.) In the clearing, a gray bunny is jumping higher than anyone else today. I jump with the bunny, I want to reach the sky. (Jumping.) And now it’s time for us, brothers, to return from the forest. Although the road is not easy, it’s time for us to get busy. (Step in place.) Finger gymnastics. I paint summer: The sun with red paint, There are roses on the lawns, There are mowings in the meadows, The sky and the melodious stream with blue paint. (draw a finger on the table) (draw a “sun” in the air) (clench and unclench fingers) (draw “clouds” in the air) (draw a “stream” with a finger on the table)

8 Drawing. Topic: "Become an artist." Give your child a riddle. You can hear the singing of mosquitoes, It’s time for berries and mushrooms, The lake is warm, Calling everyone to swim... (summer). Praise your child for the correct answer. Offer to draw summer. Read the rest of the riddles and ask them to draw the answers. A hot ball is shining in the sky, Anyone will notice this ball. In the morning he looks at us through the window, Joyfully shining... (the sun). They are light, like cotton wool, floating somewhere in the sky. Caravels are on their way from afar... (clouds). A snake rushes through the hills, bringing moisture to the trees. Washing the banks, flows through the fields... (river). He will cry over the gardens. The garden will be filled with fruits. Even a dusty plantain is glad to wash itself in the summer... (rain). The field turned red in the summer. Bright, like a victory flag, The velvety red one boldly waves its head at us... (poppy). The wind, strong and mighty, will suddenly catch up in the sky... (clouds) A fiery snake appeared in the sky. How did she find herself among the Gray clouds? (Lightning) Jump and jump across the river A bridge has been thrown over it. The Seven-Color Arc has made friends with its shores. (Rainbow) Children can complete the picture if they wish.

9 Invite your child to color the pictures. Application (summer assignment). Topic: “Baby book.” Together with your children, make and design a little book “Summer”. Draw pictures or stick pictures to illustrate each Summer Word. In the book you can write riddles, signs, poems or a story of your own composition “How I spent the summer.” Modeling. Invite your child to convey the summer mood using the unconventional plasticineography technique.

10 Reading fiction. Poetry. From what? Why is there so much light? Why is it suddenly so warm? Because this summer has come to us for the whole summer. That’s why every day is getting longer, no matter what the day is, But the nights, night after night, getting shorter and shorter... What does the sun look like? What does the sun look like? On the round window. Flashlight in the dark. It looks like a ball, like a hot pancake too, and like a pie in the stove. On a yellow button. On a light bulb. Onion. On a copper patch. On a cheese flatbread. A little bit on the orange and even on the pupil. Only if the sun is a ball - Why is it hot? If the sun is cheese, why can't you see the holes? If the sun was a bow, everyone would cry around. So, what’s shining in my window is not a nickel, not a pancake, but the sun! Even if it looks like everything else, it’s still the most expensive! Gifts of summer - What will you give me, summer? - Lots of sunshine! There's a rainbow in the sky! And daisies in the meadow! - What else will you give me? - The key ringing in the silence, Pines, maples and oaks, Strawberries and mushrooms! I’ll give you a cookie, so that when you go out to the edge of the forest, you shout to her louder: “Tell your fortune to me quickly!” And in response she told you for many years! All year round. June. June has arrived. "June! June!" — Birds are chirping in the garden. Just blow on a dandelion, and it will all fly away. All year round. July. Haymaking occurs in July. Somewhere thunder grumbles sometimes. And the young bee swarm is ready to leave the hive. All year round. August. We collect the fruit harvest in August. There is a lot of joy for people after all the work. The sun is standing over the spacious Niva. And the sunflower is filled with black grains.

11 Look carefully at the picture with your child. Answer the questions in complete sentences. Make up a story based on the picture. What time of year was it? Where did the children go? What did the children take with them on the hike? Where did you decide to stay? Tell us who was busy with what. Entertainment. Invite your child to watch cartoons and listen to songs about summer. Santa Claus and summer. A song about summer. Be careful, monkeys!

Progress of the lesson:

Greeting game “Our smart heads”

Our smart heads will think a lot, cleverly. The ears will listen, the mouth will speak clearly. Hands will clap, Feet will stomp. Our backs straighten, we smile at each other.

Reading a poem – Train “Gifts of Summer”

It’s like a train is rushing through the summer, All tickets are sold out - The summer train is coming to us Through the fields and through the forests. The locomotive hums loudly - a gray hare sits in it. He is not a clown, not an artist - He is a big-eared driver!

Drawing "Summer Train"

Draw with a black pencil the sleepers - short vertical stripes and the smoke from the chimney of the locomotive - curls.

Number one, I know for sure, There is a flower car on the train! “The way to autumn is long!” - The cornflower tells everyone. And the field bluebell nods its head, And the sunflower looks into the distance - He watches the sun! He may be small, but he still looks like the sun!

Didactic game “Pick the center of a flower”

Choose a center for each flower that is exactly the same color as the petals.

Handmade “Sunflower”

Let's make a sunflower like a real one: cover the middle with black plasticine, and put the seeds on top of the black plasticine.

And in carriage number two Not flowers or grass - The berries in it are noble, Very fragrant. Strawberries and raspberries Escaped from the basket - They don’t want to perish And end up in our jam!

Didactic game “Pies with strawberries”

There are pies in front of you. Show the biggest pie, the medium one, the smallest one. Now you need to put the filling in the pies - strawberries. Just be careful, put the largest berries in the largest pie, medium berries in the middle pie, and small berries in the small pie.

Car number three has only vegetables inside! The carrot says: “Guys, there’s no better garden than ours!” Cucumber and tomato immediately got into an argument with her.

Didactic game “Place vegetables and fruits in boxes”

Place vegetables and fruits in suitable shaped boxes.

Modeling “Cucumber and Tomato Salad”

Children sculpt a cucumber from green plasticine by straight rolling, and tomatoes from red plasticine by circular rolling. Then the fashioned vegetables are cut into pieces and placed on a plate. Sprinkle the top with herbs - a green napkin torn into small pieces.

And in the fourth, ripe fruits are coming to our gardens! The apple scares the pear that everyone wants to eat it. The pear is very timid, and the plum laughs at it.

Didactic game “Count the fruits in the vases”

Count the fruits in the vases and label them with a number.

Drawing with Apple Tree stamps

Dip the stamps into paint and leave imprints on the wood.

Drawing with paints “Apple pouring”

Look at this apple. One side of it is yellow and the other is red. Let's draw exactly the same apple with yellow and red barrels.

Dynamic pause “This is what it is, our summer”

Children, to the song of the same name, take rugs, lie on their stomachs, wave their legs, then their arms, turn over on their sides, then onto their backs, raise their legs and arms. They stand up, run in all directions with circular movements of their arms in front of their chest - “swim”.

And in the fifth mushroom car they go to the summer forest of honey mushrooms. And they dream of taking a stump for a day before everyone else. The porcini mushroom asked the fox: “Where do you grow, sister?” “I grow among the grass, In other words, in the same place as you!”

Didactic game “Pick mushroom caps”

Choose a suitable size cap for each mushroom. and place a leaf on top of the cap. And plant snails underneath the mushrooms.

Bas-relief sculpture “Poisonous fly agaric mushroom”

Make white dots from plasticine for the poisonous fly agaric mushroom.

Show me a mushroom that is not like all the other mushrooms.

Exercise “Hang mushrooms to dry”

Children hang the “mushrooms” on a string using clothespins.

From dusk to dawn The train rushes through the summer. The train sings a song and gives out gifts!

Application "Summer Train"

There is a big-eared driver sitting in the locomotive - stick a hare on the locomotive. In the first carriage there is a flower, in the second - a berry, in the third - a cucumber, in the fourth - a pear, and in the fifth - a mushroom.

Modeling “On the seashore”

Children tear off pieces of plasticine, stick them to the background picture and place them on top, pressing flat shells and pieces of glass ground with sea water.

Didactic game “Give the bears inflatable rings”

The bears decided to swim in the warm sea, give them inflatable swimming rings. Choose circles that are the right size.

Didactic exercise “Find pebbles in the sand”

Try to find different beautiful pebbles in the sand.

Galya Bzhasova

Lesson summary “Summer is coming”

Target :

Clarify your idea of ​​the coming summer.

Develop memory, thinking, and the ability to correctly and competently express one’s thoughts.

Strengthen the skill of composing a simple common sentence.

Activate knowledge about dangerous situations that can occur in everyday life and ways to prevent them.

Encourage people to use summer holidays for health purposes.

Vocabulary work: summer

, sunshine, green grass, flowers, berries, birds.

Materials and equipment: illustrations of the coming summer, pictures - sun, mushrooms, trees, flowers, berries; pictures of various situations of dangerous and safe behavior of children; silhouettes of edible mushrooms and fly agarics.

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