• Fox and geese


    Features of the game and its educational value. This game contributes to the upbringing in children of organization, the ability to control their behavior in the team. But its main purpose is to cause a desire to help another. The child's task is not only to avoid danger himself, but also to help the one who caught the fox( fox).Thus, the game is important for the moral education of children, because it inspires them with the conviction that no one should stay in trouble, that one should not laugh at someone's awkwardness, because it can happen to anyone.

    The game has a plot-role character, it helps a successful solution of the game problem.

    Description of the game and its techniques. The whole group participates in the game. The child is chosen for the role of the fox, which will catch the geese. The rest of the children are geese, the owner of which is the educator.

    An adult spends two traits on the ground at a distance of 25-30 steps. Behind one of them is the home of the owner and the geese, and after another - the meadow where the geese graze. The circle denotes the burrow of the fox. The game begins.

    The host escorts the geese to the meadow. For a while the birds walk freely, pinch the grass. At the call of the owner who is in the house, geese line up at the dash( meadow border), and between them the following dialogue occurs:

    Master. Geese-geese!

    Geese. Ha-ha-ha.

    Master. Do you want to?.

    Geese. Yes Yes Yes!

    Master. Well, fly!

    The last phrase is a signal: geese run to the owner, and the fox catches them.

    When a fox encounters two or three geese( touches them with his hand), she takes them to her hole. The owner considers the geese, notes who is missing, and asks the children to rescue the geese in distress. All participants. games with the tutor come up to the fox hole.

    Everything. Fox fox, give our goslings!

    Fox. Will not give it back!

    Everything. Then we will take them from you!

    The teacher invites the children to stand behind him in a "jib" and grab each other by the waist."Cling to me!" Says the host. He approaches the fox, takes her hands and says, turning to the geese: "Hold fast. Pull - pull. Uh! "All the participants of the game, resting their legs and holding on to each other, make the movement of the body back under the teacher's words" in a certain way! "(Two or three times).

    Once the fox, under the pressure of this chain, takes the first step forward, the trapped geese run out of the hole and return home.

    Then a new fox is selected, and the game begins again.

    Rules of the game.

    1. Goose to flee home, and fox to catch them is allowed only after the words of the host "Well, fly."

    2. A fox should not miss a geese, it is enough to just lay down a running child. The caught goose remains in place, and the fox takes him to his hole.

    3. All the participants of the game are sent to the rescue of the caught geese.

    4. As soon as the rescuers pull the fox( it takes a step forward), the caught geese are considered free and return to the master.

    Tips for the educator. Your behavior in this game will serve as an example for children. Try to play the game dynamically, fun, cause the children's desire to help the goslings in trouble, open up the moral meaning of the acts they perform.

    When the children are lined up to pull the fox, you need to show them how to maintain balance during the tug-of-war( place your legs widely, one foot forward slightly, hands your partner standing in front of your waist).

    If the first child will hold fast to the provider, the chain will not fall apart. In order for the efforts of all children to be simultaneous, the teacher says the signal word: "As-it!"

    At the end of the game, when the fox is defeated, it is necessary to sum up. Explain to the kids that they helped their friends, because they acted together, all together.