• Sleeve

    Based on the Ukrainian folk tale


    TABLE To the game « Sleeve ».Characters are made of leaves.

    Purpose. Teach children to actively participate in joint games, to depict the characteristic features of the behavior of the characters. To bring up friendship, comradeship, the ability to act in concert.

    Characters. Lead, grandfather, mouse, frog, hare, fox, wolf, boar, bear, dog.

    Preparing for the game. Viewing the filmstrip "Teremok"( artist E. Cherkasov).

    For the theater of toys, select characters from ready-made toys, complement them with self-made of natural material, made in the presence of children. Plane characters are glued on the appropriate silhouettes of dense cardboard, plastic or plywood on both sides.

    You can decorate your grandfather in different ways: make a beard out of a pack, synthetic fibers or from ropes, strips of soft paper, attaching them to a narrow rubber band. The cap and the overhead nose complete the characterization of the image. In the hands of his grandfather - colorful, bright mittens with Ukrainian embroidery, the one he will drop, make it so that all the animals can fit in it. To do this, you can use a pouch, rounding the corners in it and attaching a "finger".Wrapped in the wrist of the ribbon will help to give it the appropriate shape, if you slightly pull off the bag.

    Plane characters can be placed behind a mitten, because of which they will look when it comes their turn to respond. The dog should be larger than the other animals, so that it would indeed run after the grandfather through the forest.

    The place for the act of acting can be 2-3 shifted tables. On them, arrange a simple scenery depicting the autumn forest: tables are covered with orange-green cloth, at the corners, attach trees and bushes in a bright autumn dress.

    Material. Headgear or elements of the Ukrainian folk costume for the presenter;toys.

    The course of the game. For the first time, draw your assistant to the game. He will fulfill the role of grandfather. The role of the host takes on. Performers of animal roles will be children who can expressly depict characters.

    Children-spectators are placed in a wide circle around the improvised stage, and "artists" with characters in their hands are located in the "forest"( in different places of the room).Grandfather and his dog( it may be a child) are outside the door. Pre-arrange that the characters will appear on the "scene" and act only when they are called by the presenter. So, the game begins.

    Lead( shows the hand on which the mitten is worn, reads the poem by N. Sakonska "Where is my finger?").

    Masha put on the mitten.

    Oh, where do I put my finger on?

    No finger, gone,

    I did not hit my little house!

    Masha took off the mitten.-

    Look, I found it!

    Looking, looking for - and you will find.

    Hello, finger!

    How are you?

    What a warm house for your fingers!

    Show how many of them you have?

    How many, and all fit into a small mitten.

    And if the finger, like Masha, gets lost, it will still be in the mitten with the other finger-friends.

    Children, what do we wear mittens?

    That's right, on your arm.

    Therefore, it can also be called a "glove".

    This is the name for the mitten in Ukraine.

    They also sent us their Ukrainian folk tale "Rukavichka".

    This fairy tale is very similar to the Russian folk tale "Teremok".

    Do you remember her? And today we will get acquainted with the gift of Ukrainian children - the fairy tale "Rukavichka".

    There was a grandfather in the forest. And behind him ran a dog.

    The grandfather appears, walks slowly, examines trees, removes mittens, one inadvertently loses. The dog is having fun with children. Children try to pat her, invite him to visit. The grandfather calls the little dog and leaves.

    Lead. Children, look, what is this?(Raises the mitten.) Whose hand? Yours? Maybe yours? No? So whose?

    Children. Probably, my grandfather lost!

    Lead. That's right, big glove! Now his hands will freeze, he will long examine the trees to find out how they should be treated. What to do?

    Children. Call your grandfather!(Name)

    The grandfather does not respond, then they call louder.

    Lead. Probably, grandfather has gone far, does not hear. Well, put the mitten in a prominent place.(Leaves on the stage-table.)

    If grandpa remembers, he'll be back and immediately find the loss. How quiet in the forest. Chu! Someone here is close. .. foliage rustles. .. Yes, this mouse is running!(Gesture points at the mouse.)

    The mouse sniffs the mitten, peeks.

    Lead. What, like the glove? The mouse. Yes, here I will live.

    Lead. Here is a good girl, she hid from the cold. Let her live in a mitten, children?

    The mouse with the consent of the children climbs into the mitten and peeks..

    Lead. Children, who's slapping the belly on the ground?

    ( Sets the signal for the frog to exit.)

    Children. This frog jumps.

    Lead. Let's ask along with the frog: who in the mitten is sitting?

    All together. Someone who lives in the mitten?

    Mouse. I'm a mouse-scraper, and who are you?

    Frog. I'm a frog-kwakushka, kv-kvata-kva.

    Lead. Ask for the mouse!

    Frog. Let me go, mouse, into the house.

    Mouse. Go!(Both gaily peer out of the glove.)

    Moderator. How many did they become?

    Children. Two!

    Lead. The two of them are more fun, right? And now whose jumps in the forest are audible?

    Children. Yes this rabbit is running!

    Moderator. Also saw the mitten and asked. ..

    Bunny. Someone in the mitten?

    Moderator. What are you hiding, beast? Answer me!

    Mouse. I'm a mouse-scraper.

    Frog. I am a frog-cuckoo. And who are you?

    3rd. And I'm a rabbit-pobegaychik. Leave me also.

    Leader gestures the beasts and children to say: "Go!"

    Lead. How many of them are now? Children. Three!

    Moderator. The threes are even more fun than the two of us. And who is running so lightly, traces the tail with a tail?

    Children. The little fox-sister is running. Leading. I noticed the mitten, the cunning fox!

    Fox. Someone in this mitten?

    Beast( look out).There is a mouse-scraper, a frog-cuckoo, a bunny-pobegaychik. And who are you?

    Fox. I'm a fox-sister. Let me go too!

    Lead. Let's make a lick? Do not be a brutal beating?

    Fox. I will not, I will not.

    Lead. Who can count how many animals are in the mitten? Are you cramped?

    Beast. No!

    Lead. Why beast a lot, but they are not crowded? Because they are friendly, do not interfere with each other. And who else is running?(Causes the wolf.) True, children, it's a wolf, he also found a mitten. Do you want to know who is in the mitten?

    Wolf. Someone who lives in the mitten?

    Mouse. I'm a mouse-scraper.

    Frog. I am a frog-cuckoo.

    Bunny. I'm a rabbit-runaway.

    Fox. I'm a fox-sister. And who are you?

    Wolf. Yes, I'm a top, a gray barrel, rrr! Let me go too!

    Lead. And in fact, the side is gray, but growls not angrily, but plaintively, and teeth are sharp.

    Children, it does not offend our friends - beast?

    The wolf promises not to offend the beasts.

    Lead. Believe him. He was very cold, sorry for him, let him get warm.

    The wolf hides in the mitten.


    How many of you!

    Together we will try to count you one, two, three, four, five.

    And the glove was like a stretch!

    It was small, but now, children. .. big.

    Listen, someone is running hard, but how grunts!

    That's right, he also wants to find a house for the winter.

    Boar. Chro-Chro-Chro. Someone in this mitten?

    Beast,( in turn).Mouse-scraper, frog-cuckoo, bunny-pobegaychik, foxy-sister, top - a gray barrel. And who are you?

    Boar. I'm a wild boar, chro-chro-chro. Piglet land swarm, tasty roots I look for, I will support everyone.

    Lead. This is good for winter. How can you get in here? Will it fit? Children, ask the beast.

    Beast. Go, let's get out.

    Lead. A lot of them. In cramped, but not offended. Look, everyone is cheerful, no one complains:

    Listen: the bushes crack, the stepping and the roaring of someone. What to do? Who in the forest, everyone to the mitten hurries.

    A bear appears.

    Moderator. You, Misha, too, get warm?

    The Bear. Someone who lives in the mitten?

    Lead. Children, help the animals, and then Misha is old and a bit deaf.

    Children and animals. I'm a mouse-scraper, I'm a frog-cuckoo, I'm a bunny-bunny, I'm a little fox-sister, I'm a top, a gray barrel, I'm a boar-fang. And who are you?

    The Bear. Gu-gu-gu! There are so many of you! And I'm a bear-ba-bush. Leave me also.

    Beast. Where are we going to let you in, when it's so tight?

    Lead. What shall we do, children? What shall we do with Misha? Maybe let him at least from the edge? The bear got in - seven became. Will not the collar burst?

    Dog barking is heard, the grandfather is returned.

    Grandfather. Where's my glove?(Looks for.) Look, Gavushka! Children, help me find the mitten, my hands are frozen. Yes, here it is, still stirring. Oh, but who is it in it?

    The dog is barking at the mitten. The beasts scatter in different directions. Children catch them, laugh, invite them to come again to visit. Grandfather imperceptibly takes the mitten and leaves.

    Moderator. Where is the glove? Come, beast, to visit us, or even for the whole winter.

    Let's go, children? Is there enough space for everyone? Our children are friendly guys.

    They know: "Always help the comrade".

    In order to interest children, in the second drama game, use the following method: imperceptibly put the mitten in a place where the guys can see it. For example, going for a walk, the children find a mitten on the path. The question arises: "Whose is it?" Maybe it's a grandfather's mitten from a fairy tale? There would be a mitten, and the animals will always be found - after all, you have not forgotten to grab hats or medallions with their images. Now the animals will be different. You again will play the role of grandfather and presenter. Change and disguise the attributes can be, going for a minute behind the veranda.

    In the third game, the role of grandfather can be offered to any of the children. The role of the leader in the younger group is performed only by the educator.

    Each time it is advisable to start and end the game in a new way, to activate more all its participants, thereby developing creativity, independence, satisfying the activity of children.

    For example, when allocating roles, it is best to use the counters:

    On the hill of the houses,

    There is a lock on the doors.

    You are behind the key, go

    And lock the lock.

    A month out of the mist came out

    I took out the puff from my pocket -

    I'll feed the kids,

    And you, my friend, drive!

    The tortoise tail pursed

    And after the hare ran.

    It turned out ahead,

    Who does not believe - go out!

    No less interesting for the guys and puzzles.

    The one who guesses, gets a role, a toy and the corresponding attributes.

    For example:

    Small ball

    Under the fringe.

    ( Mouse)

    In the underground, in the closet She lives in a burrow. Gray baby, Who is this?. .

    ( Mouse)

    Bulging eyes sitting, In Turkish says, In a flea jumping, Like a human swims.

    ( Frog)

    On the ground jumps, On the water floats.

    ( Frog)

    Above - green, Below - white abdomen, A call me. ..

    ( Frog)



    On the forest of the jump jumping,

    On the snowball pump-tyk!

    ( Hare)

    The tail is fluffy, the fur is golden. He lives in the forest, Kur steals.

    ( Fox)

    Red cheat, Cunning and nimble. In the capa hit, Kour counted.

    ( Fox)

    Who in the winter cold Wants evil, hungry?

    ( Wolf)

    Grayish, Tooth, On the field picks, Calves, lambs looking.

    ( Wolf)

    Front - a patch, Back - a hook, In the middle - a back, On the back - a bristle.

    ( Boar)

    Tail crochet, Nose with a patch.

    ( Boar)

    Fuzzled lump, Long ear, Jumps deftly, Likes carrots.

    ( Hare)

    In the winter it sleeps - in the summer hives stir.(Bear)

    Clumsy and big, Sleeping in the den in the winter. He likes cones, he likes honey, Come on, who will call it?

    ( Bear)

    Hanging Vasyukin, Underneath it, the hryu-hryukin, Vasyukin will fall, Hryu-hryukin will pick up.

    ( Acorn and wild boar)

    With the host is friendly, the house is guarding, Living under the porch, A tail ringlet.

    ( Dog)

    Grumbled alive castle, Lying at the door across. Two medals on the chest, Better not go into the house!

    ( Dog)

    To make the fairy-tale characters more imaginative, create a picture of the autumn, the presenter can call each character with the help of poems, figurative expressions, sayings, riddles.