"Math quiz" for older preschool children

Logic problems in mathematics for preschoolers and primary schoolchildren with answers

Problem twenty one

There are 4 corners in the room. There was a cat in each corner, and opposite each cat there were 3 cats. How many cats were in the room? (Answer: 4 cats)

Logic problems for preschoolers in mathematics

Problem twenty two

How to bring water in a sieve? (Answer: You can freeze water, put a bag on the bottom and pour water.)

Problem twenty three

A Christmas tree grows in a field. There are 5 branches on the Christmas tree, with 2 apples on each branch. How many apples are there on the tree? (Answer: apples don’t grow on a Christmas tree.)

Problem twenty-four

How many ears do three mice have?

Problem twenty-five

Chickens and dogs walk in the yard, on all 10 legs. How many chickens and dogs are there in the yard? (Answer: 1 dog and 3 chickens or 2 dogs and one chicken.)

Interest in mathematics can be developed through interesting games, exercises, and tasks. We wish you good luck.

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PHYSICAL MINUTES of mathematical content

Winner of the all-Russian competition “The most popular article of the month” November 2017

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From the compilers

Analysis of health indicators and physical development of preschool children in recent years indicates alarming trends.

It is difficult to overestimate the importance of physical exercises, which allow coordinating the child’s health, because the body of a preschool child is weak, imperfect, adaptation mechanisms are poorly developed, all organs and systems are still in the development stage. A good level of physical development gives a preschooler strength and self-confidence, makes him cheerful, active, independent, capable of creative achievements, and allows him to resist illness.

For the full physical development and strengthening of the health of preschool children, a special motor regime is required, characterized by a variety of forms of physical education. One of these forms is physical education minutes. The main purpose of physical education minutes is active recreation.

Physical exercises are one of the necessary components of any educational activity. The purpose of the physical education minute is to increase or maintain the mental performance of children in the classroom, to provide short-term rest for preschoolers during ECD, when the organs of vision and hearing, the muscles of the body, especially the back muscles, which are in a static state, and the muscles of the hand of the working hand experience significant stress.

Correct performance of physical exercises helps improve blood circulation, heart and lung function, relieves fatigue in the nervous and muscular systems of a preschooler, and, therefore, increases interest in the activity.

In the practice of preschool upbringing and education, the approach to using physical exercises in the pedagogical process is not new. However, this tool, as a rule, was and remains intended for the implementation of physical education. Currently, the relevance of using physical exercises in kindergarten is caused by the construction of the educational process on the basis of a complex thematic principle, which is impossible without interconnection with the principle of integration of both the content and organization of the educational process.

Our appeal to this topic is due to the fact that mathematics is a powerful factor in the intellectual development of a child, the formation of his cognitive and creative abilities. It is also known that the success of teaching mathematics in primary school depends on the effectiveness of a child’s mathematical development in preschool age.

Scientists have found that there is a relationship between a child’s motor system and the success of his learning. The relationship between the child’s motor activity, his mental development and mental performance has also been identified. Moreover, the more analyzers (auditory, visual, motor, etc.) participate in the work process, the easier and more productive the new material is assimilated.

We must remember that mathematics is one of the most difficult academic subjects, but the inclusion of dynamic games creates conditions for increasing the emotional attitude to the content of educational material, ensuring its accessibility and awareness.

In preschool education, the importance of emotions in the intellectual development of a child is very great than at other age stages. After all, the dominant type of thinking (visual-figurative) inevitably causes the need for sensory impressions in cognitive activity. Emotions influence the content and dynamics of perception, attention, memory, and thinking. Turning to poetic images when teaching has a direct impact on the emotional side of the children’s psyche. Information is remembered easily and for a long time when it is accompanied by emotions.

When we talk about a preschooler, we must keep in mind that it is recommended to connect mathematics as much as possible with the life around us. And for a child, a physical activity presented in a plot form is his life. The artistic basis of physical education minutes makes the educational process interesting and therefore meaningful for a preschooler.

In addition, physical exercises relieve muscle fatigue and introduce novelty in communication between the teacher and the child.

“Theory and methodology of mathematical development of preschool children” is a pedagogical discipline that occupies an important place in the system of professional training of preschool workers. The study of this academic subject by students of a pedagogical college is designed to help them master the theory and practice of pre-mathematical preparation of preschoolers in kindergarten and family.

The texts included in the manual correspond to the content of program objectives implemented in kindergartens.

The section “Formation of elementary mathematical concepts” in programs for kindergartens is presented mainly by the following structure: quantity and counting, size, shape, orientation in space and time. Therefore, all material in the manual is grouped into 5 sections. The teacher can use them in any age group of the kindergarten, depending on the program objectives.

The compilers hope that the methodological manual will help increase students’ interests in studying the discipline, increase their professional competence, and allow them to more effectively build the process of independent work, preparation for educational and practical training in a pedagogical college and in kindergarten.

The materials contained in the manual will also be useful to a wide range of practitioners carrying out pedagogical activities aimed at the mathematical development of preschool children.

Quantity and count

One, two, three, four, five, We can all count. We also know how to rest - put our hands behind our backs, raise our heads higher and breathe easily. Pull yourself up on your toes as many times as there are fingers on your hand.

One, two - head up. Three, four - arms wider. Five, six - sit down quietly. Once - rise. Pull yourself up. Two – bend over, straighten up. Three - three claps of hands, three nods of the head. At four - arms wider, at five - wave your arms, at six - sit quietly at the table.

Together we counted and talked about numbers. And now we stood up together and kneaded our bones. On the count of “one”, let’s clench our fist. On the count of “two,” let’s squeeze our elbows. On the count of three , press it to your shoulders. On four - to heaven. We bent over well and smiled at each other.

about the “five” - we will always be kind. Let's all raise our hands! The two sat down, hands down, look at their neighbor. Once! - and up, Two! - and down, look at your neighbor. Let's get up together to give our legs something to do. They sat down once, they stood up twice. Those who tried to squat can already rest. One two three four five. We know how to relax. They stood up, sat down a little, and didn’t hurt their neighbor. And now you have to get up, sit down quietly and continue.

One, two - head up. Three, four - arms wider. Five, six - everyone sit down. Seven, eight - we ask you to stand up. Nine, ten - let's sit together. 1.2 – there is a rocket, 3.4 – an airplane. 1,2 - clap your hands, and then on each count. 1,2, 3, 4 – arms higher, shoulders wider. 1,2, 3, 4 – they were in place.

Like soldiers on parade, We march row by row. Left one, right two, Look at us, everyone. We stood up together to warm up and bend our backs back. One-two, one-two, one-two-three, Don't fall, watch. (Children lean back, resting their palms on their lower backs for safety) Lean forward.

Who reaches the floor? We also do this difficult work one by one. (Bends forward) Let's sit down as many times as we have snowdrops. How many snowdrops we have, How many times we will jump.

One, two - head higher, Three, four - arms wider, Five, six - sit quietly, Seven, eight - let's throw away laziness. Thumb, finger, where have you been? (Show) I went to the forest with this brother, I cooked cabbage soup with this brother, I ate porridge with this brother, I sang songs with this brother. This finger went into the forest, This finger found a mushroom, This finger began to clean, This finger began to fry, This finger ate everything, and that’s why it got fat.

(Children count each finger separately, bending it)

How many bunnies we have, We'll jump that many times. How many sticks to the point, How many will we stand on our tiptoes. How many dots will there be in the circle, How many times will we raise our hands. (For example: on the board there are nine bunnies, nine sticks (to a point), nine dots in a circle) One - rise, stretch, Two - bend, unbend, Three - three claps of the hands, three nods of the head. At four - arms wider, Five - wave your arms, Six - sit down at your desk again. One - bend and straighten, Two - bend down, stretch, Three - three claps of the hands, three nods of the head. At four - arms wider, Five, six - sit down quietly. Seven, eight - let's discard laziness. One, two - head higher, Three, four - arms wider, Five, six - sit down quietly. Let's sit and relax, and then we'll start again. One, two, three, four, five, stomp our feet. One, two, three, four, five, clap our hands. One two three four five! The little bunny began to jump. The bunny is good at jumping, he jumped ten times. There are so many green Christmas trees, so many bends we can do. How many circles we have here, How many jumps we will make. Classes Look at us, How easy it is from class to class We jump along the path All on one leg. Jumped up ten times - Finished tenth grade! V. Vitka There are five fingers on my hand, Five grabbers, five holders, To plan and to saw, To take and to give, It’s not difficult to count them: One, two, three, four, five. Our hands went up - this is “one” , Our head turned - this is “two” , Hands down, look forward - this is “three” , Hands turned wider to the sides “four” , Pressing them with force to the shoulders is “five” , All the guys should sit down quietly - this is “six” . The sun looked into the crib... One, two, three, four, five. We all do exercises, We need to sit down and stand up. Stretch your arms wider, One, two, three, four, five. Bend over - three, four, and jump in place. On the toe, then on the heel, We all do exercises. Mill Lean forward, arms to the sides. The wind blows, howls, and turns our mill. One, two, three, four - Spun around, spinning. (Lean forward, arms to the sides, touch the floor with your right hand, left arm back to the side; change the position of your hands) Fun jumping One, two - there is a rocket. Three, four - plane. One, two - clap your hands, and then on every count. One, two, three, four - Arms higher, shoulders wider. One, two, three, four - And they walked on the spot. 3 times Butterflies We walk one after another through the forest and green meadow. Motley wings flicker, Butterflies fly in the field. One, two, three, four, They flew and circled. Helpers Together we help mom, We rinse the laundry ourselves. One, two, three, four - We stretched, bent over, We did a good job. Pinocchio stretched 3 times, Bent over once, bend over twice. He spread his arms to the side, apparently he couldn’t find the key. To get the key, we need to stand on our toes. Mitya walked, walked, walked, found a white mushroom, once - a fungus, two - a fungus, three - a fungus, put them in the box. (Children imitate the movements of a mushroom picker, bending down to pick up each mushroom) River We went down to the fast river, bent down and washed ourselves. One, two, three, four, That's how nicely refreshed we were. And now we swam together, You need to do this with your hands: Together - once, this is breaststroke. One, the other is a rabbit. All of us, as one, swim like a dolphin. We went ashore on the steep bank and went home. The hares are jumping: Skok-skok-skok! Yes, on a little white snow. They crouch down and listen to see if a wolf is coming. Once - bend over, straighten up. Two – bend over, stretch. Three – clap your hands three times. Three nods of the head. On the lawn in the morning We started a game. You are a daisy, I am a bindweed, stand in our wreath. One, two, three, four, spread the circle wider. And now we are streams, Let's run in a race. We hurry straight to the lake, The lake will become big One, two, three, four, Move the circle wider. Stand in a circle again, Let's play sunshine. We are cheerful rays, We are frisky and hot. One two three four. Spread the circle wider. One, two - bend forward! Three, four - a little faster! Rise up, pull yourself up, and then take a deep breath. One, two - bend back, do not bend your knees at all. One, two, three, four, swing your arms, spread your legs! The children began to bend over, the children began to straighten up, bend over, straighten up, bend over, straighten up. The children began to squat, Then they all stood up together, Squatted, then stood up, Squatted, then stood up. Kids went out to exercise, kids - friendly kids. Kids, kids Go out for exercise. That's it, that's it! We went out to exercise. That's it, that's it! We went out to exercise. One two Three! One two Three! Raise your legs. One two Three! One two Three! Walk more cheerfully. That's it, that's it! Raise your legs. One two Three! One two Three! Stretch together. One two Three! One two Three! You need to toughen up. That's it, that's it! Stretch together. One two Three! One two Three! They sat down and stood up. One two Three! One two Three! My legs are stronger than steel. That's it, that's it! They sat down and stood up. Kids, kids - Friendly kids. Kids, kids, did some exercises. Mowers There is silence all around, The mowers went out into the meadow. Swing the scythe back and forth. Do “one” and do “two” Exercises The sun raises us to exercise, We raise our hands at the command “one” . And above them the foliage rustles merrily. We lower our hands on the command “two” ! One two Three! We counted and were tired. Together we all quietly stood up. Hands patted, once, twice, three times. They stomped their feet, one, two, three. They sat down, stood up, stood up, sat down, and didn’t hurt each other. We'll rest a little and start counting again. Hands up! Wider your shoulders! One two Three! Breathe more smoothly! From exercise you will become stronger, you will become stronger and stronger! I'm going and you're going, One, two, three. I sing and you sing, One, two, three. We walk and we sing, One, two, three! 2 times (Children run, frolic, and then sit down) Are you probably tired? Are you probably tired? Well, then everyone stood up together. They stamped their feet and clapped their hands. They twirled and twirled and everyone sat down at their desks. We close our eyes tightly and count to five. We open it, blink and continue working. (Perform the movements after the teacher.) Two frogs There are two girlfriends on the bolt, Two green frogs They washed themselves early in the morning, They rubbed themselves with a towel, They stomped with their feet, They clapped their hands, They leaned to the right, to the left And came back. That's the secret of health. Hello to all physical education friends! Airplane Hands put everything in order: An airplane appeared. Flapping the wing back and forth, Do “one” and do “two” . One and two, one and two! Hold your arms to the sides, Look at each other, One and two, one and two! Put your hands down, and everyone sit down! Sawmillers We'll cut the log now: One, two, one, two There will be firewood for the winter. 2 times And now we are with you, children And now we are with you, children, We are flying away on a rocket. Rise up on your toes, and then put your hands down. One, two, three, four - Here is a rocket flying up! And now there is a step in place. And now there is a step in place. Legs up! Stop, one, two! We raise our shoulders higher, and then lower them. We place our hands in front of our chests and perform jerks. You need to jump ten times, Let's jump higher, let's jump together! We raise our knees - we take a step on the spot. We reached out with all our hearts, And returned to our place again. To begin with, you and I are just turning our heads. (Rotate your head). We also rotate the body. Of course we can do this. (Turns right and left). And now we squat. We understand perfectly - (Squat). One two three four five. Finally, we stretched up and to the sides. We caved in. (Stretching up and to the sides). They were flushed from the warm-up and sat down again. Lazy Two hands clap Two feet stomp, Two elbows rotate Two eyes close. My friend is such a lazy person (arms to the sides) Just give me some rest (sit down, hands on your head) Can you count your fingers? One two three four five. On the other hand again: One, two, three, four, five. Ten fingers - a pair of hands. Isn't that enough, friend? Ten fingers - a pair of hands, This is your wealth, friend. You see, the butterfly is flying. You see, the butterfly is flying, (We wave our arms like wings.) He is counting flowers in the meadow. (Count with your finger.) One, two, three, four, five. (Clap your hands.) Oh, I can’t count! (Jumping in place.) In a day, in two and in a month... (We walk in place.) Six, seven, eight, nine, ten! (Clap your hands.) Even the wise bee (We wave our winged hands.) I couldn’t count! (Count with a finger.) G. Vieru One - rise on your toes and smile, Two - raise your arms and stretch. Three - bend, straighten. Four - start everything again. Boots (Children move like real boots) and in the end we have to be in time and Everywhere, everywhere the two of us go, Inseparable. We walk through the meadows, Along the green banks, We run down the stairs, We walk along the street. But as soon as evening arrives, we are left without legs, and it’s a disaster for those without legs! - Neither here nor there! Well? Let's crawl under the bed, We'll sleep there quietly, (hide) And when our legs return (pause so that the children have time to get up), We'll jump along the road again. (run again). We tried, we tried, we tried, and we got a little tired. We now have to do an exercise for the back. (Rotate the body to the right and left.) We work with our hands, We fly under the clouds. Hands down and hands up. Who flies the fastest? (Children imitate the movements of the wings.) To prevent your legs from hurting, One - sit down, two - sit down, Three, four, five and six, Seven and eight, nine, ten. (Squats.) We walk, walk, walk (Walking in place.) And then we sit down. (Children sit at desks or tables.) Come on, let’s jump with you and move our legs. One jump and two jumps, Be more active, my friend. (Jumping in place.) That's it, the exercise is over, we'll walk for the sake of order. (Walking in place.) Let's stop and again We are ready for classes. (Children sit at desks or tables.) We decided, we decided. We decided, we decided. We were very tired. We’ll stomp now, (Step our feet in place at the teacher’s count.) Let’s clap our hands. (Clap your hands.) Once we sit down, (Squats.) Let's quickly stand up, (Turns of the body. Walking in place.) Let's smile, Sit down quietly. We will clap our hands seven times. We will clap our hands seven times. We will stamp our feet eight times. Add three to seven - That's how much we have to sit down. (7 claps, stomp each foot 4 times, 10 squats.) We can all count! One two three four five! (We walk in place.) We can all count! (We clap our hands.) We also know how to rest, (Jump in place.) We put our hands behind our backs, (Hid our hands behind our backs.) We raise our heads higher (Hands on our belts, we raised our heads higher.) And we breathe easily, easily. (Loud inhalation - exhalation.) We stand on one leg. We stand on one leg, We want to hold on like this. We raise our arms up and calmly lower them. (Children stand on one leg, raise straight arms through the sides, then lower them through the sides and repeat the same on the other leg.) Let's stand on our toes, (Stand on our toes, arms up.) We'll reach the ceiling. (Stretch, lower yourself onto your entire foot, arms down, back straight, sit at desks or tables.) We can all count One, two, three, four, five - We can all count. (Bending and straightening the arms upward.) We count everything to five and lift the weights with strength. How many times will I hit the tambourine, How many times will we chop the wood. (Bend forward, hands in the “lock” , sharply down.) How many dots will be in the circle, How many times will we raise our hands. (Relaxed raising and lowering of arms.) Bend over as many times as we have windows. (Tilt to the sides, hands on the waist.) How many cells are there to the line, How many times can you jump. (Jumping in place.) We counted and got tired. We counted and got tired. Together we all quietly stood up, clapped our hands, One, two, three. (Clap your hands as the teacher counts.) They stomped their feet, One, two, three. (Step with your feet in place.) They sat down, stood up, stood up, sat down, and didn’t hurt each other. (Squats.) We’ll rest a little and start counting again. (Turns of the torso. Walking in place.) My grandmother is knitting (imitation of knitting) A pair of warm mittens (hands on the belt), A pair of new shoes (we alternately pull them out and put them on the heel, then the left, then the right foot) Gifted to Yulenka. A pair of skis is in the closet (we raise our hands up, stand on our toes) And dreams of winter. I wish I could ride in the snow. On a knurled ski track (imitation of the movement of skiers) Size The grass is very short. The trees are tall, tall. The wind shakes the trees. It tilts to the right, then to the left. Now up, now back, now bending down. Birds fly and fly away. The children sit quietly at the tables. Growing big We are getting taller, We reach the roofs with our hands. They went up on two counts, three, four - hands down. “Big-little” First I’ll be small, I’ll snuggle up to my knees. Then I will grow big and reach the lamp. “Three Bears” Three bears walked home. Dad was big, big. His mother is smaller and his son is just a little boy. He was very small and walked around with rattles. Ding-ding, ding-ding. Shape Dots and eraser. Children stand in a circle and depict “dots”. B, "eraser". Children move in a circle with a chant: One, two, three, four, five. We went out for a walk. Suddenly the rubber band runs out and erases one of them. (“The rubber band comes up and rubs one of the “points”). What to do here? How can we be here? You have to think and draw. (“The point” that was “erased” is placed in another place, and the empty space is occupied by a new “point”). The game continues. Orientation in space. We will now go to the right. And then we’ll go left, we’ll gather in the center of the circle, and we’ll all return to our place. We will sit down quietly, stroke ourselves with our hands, We will rise quietly. And let's jump lightly. Let our feet dance and let our palms clap. We turn to the right - Shouldn’t we start all over again? This is the right hand. This is the left hand. On the right is a noisy oak forest. On the left is a fast river... We turned around and now everything has become the other way around: On the left is a noisy oak grove, On the right is a fast river... Has my left hand really become right? This is the right hand, this is the right leg, we have the right ear, and this is the right eye. This is the left hand, this is the left leg. Our ear is left, but this is our left eye. We use our hands - clap, clap, clap. We kick - stomp, stomp, stomp. Let's knock with our fists. Let's turn around and remain silent. Stork, long-legged stork, show the way home. Stomp your right foot. Stomp your left foot. Again - with the right foot, Again - with the left foot. After - with the right foot, After - with the left foot / We will put our palms to our eyes, We will spread our strong legs. Turning to the right Let's look around majestically. And you also need to look to the left from under your palms. And to the right and also Over the left shoulder! Our head bent down first. Right and left, you and I Shake our heads. Hands behind your head together. We start running on the spot. Both you and I will remove our hands from behind our heads. Then you'll come home. Lean to the left, bend to the right. Go down, go up. Now jump a little: Lean to the left, lean to the right. And sit down quietly. In front of us is a wide oak tree, and above us is a tall oak tree. Suddenly the pines and spruce trees above us began to rustle with their heads. Thunder struck and the pine tree fell. I just shook the branches. Everyone comes out in order (walking in place) - One-two-three-four! They do exercises together - One-two-three-four! Arms higher, legs wider! Left, right turn, tilt back, tilt forward. Pump Now we turn on the pump and pump water from the river. Left - one, right - two. Water flowed in a stream. One, two, three, four - 3 times We did a good job. (Tilt to the left, the right hand slides up along the body (to the armpit); tilt to the right, move the left hand upward) Airplane Hands to the sides - in flight Send the airplane, Right wing forward, Left wing forward. One, two, three, four - Our plane has taken off. Steadfast Tin Soldier Stand on one leg, as if you were a stalwart soldier. Left foot to the chest, but be careful - don’t fall. Now stand on the left, If you are a brave soldier. The motor ship The motor ship pushed off from the green pier, One, two, It stepped back first, One, two, And then it stepped forward, One, two, And it swam, swam along the river, Picking up full speed. Maple The wind quietly shakes the maple, tilts to the right, tilts to the left, Once - tilt and twice - tilt, The maple leaves rustled. At the parade Like soldiers at a parade, We walk row by row, Left - once, left - once, Look at us, everyone. Everyone clapped their hands - Together, have fun! Our feet started pounding - Louder and faster! Let's hit you on the knees - Hush, hush, hush. We raise our arms, our arms – Higher, higher, higher! Our arms began to spin and fell again. We spun around and stopped. We stomp stomp with our feet, clap-clap with our hands! We are eyes blink-wink, We are shoulders chick-chick. One - here, two - here, Turn around yourself. Once they sat down, twice they stood up. Everyone raised their hands up. They sat down and stood up, sat down and stood up. It’s as if they became Vanka-vstanka. They pressed their hands to their body and began to jump, and then they started to gallop, like my elastic ball. They lined up again, as if they were going to a parade. One-two, one-two, it’s time for us to get busy! Our rest is a physical education minute. Take your places: Step in place left, right, One and two, one and two! Keep your back straight, One and two, one and two! And don’t look at your feet, One and two, one and two! Get ready to exercise! Get ready to exercise! Hand up, hand down! (One straight arm up, the other down, change hands with a jerk.) Repeat the exercise, Make faster movements. (Hands in front of the chest, jerking with arms.) One - we bend forward, Two - we bend back. And bends to the sides. We will do it. (Bends forward, backward and to the sides.) We will do squats again together. One, two, three, four, five, Who started to lag behind? (Squats.) We will switch to walking, (Walking in place.) And we will start the lesson again. (Children sit at desks or tables.) Tree The wind is blowing in our faces, (moving our hands towards ourselves) The tree is swaying (swaying with raised arms) The wind is getting quieter and quieter (gradual squatting) The tree is getting higher and higher (stand up, stretch on your tiptoes) Two sisters - two hands Chopping, building, digging, Pulling weeds in the garden bed and washing each other. Two hands knead the dough - left and right. The water of the sea and rivers are raked in while swimming Imagine that you are now little, little flowers (the children sat down) One, two, three! The flowers have grown! (Slowly stand up to their full height.) They reached out to the sun, (they rose on their toes, raised their hands up) and smiled at the sky. (They looked up and smiled). The wind flew by sh-sh-sh (They spread their arms to the sides, swayed) And the flowers shook, They swayed to the left - (Tilt - bent down). Bent low. They swung to the right - they bent low. (Tilt - bend down) Wind, wind, fly away! (They spread their arms to the sides, pretending to be a breeze). Don't break the flowers! Shh-sh-fly away, fly away. To warm up To warm up - stand up! Turn right - turn left, count the turns, one-two-three, don't lag behind. (Rotate the body to the right and left.) We begin to squat - One, two, three, four, five. The one who does the exercises can do a squat dance for us. (Squats.) Now let’s raise our arms and lower them with a jerk. It's like we're jumping off a cliff on a sunny summer day. (Children raise straight arms above their heads, then lower them with a sharp movement and move them back, then with a sharp movement up again, etc.) And now walk in place, Left-right, stop, one-two. (Walking in place.) We will sit at our desks, together we will get down to business again. (Children sit at desks or tables.) We stood up together to warm up. We stood up together to warm up and bend our backs back. One-two, one-two, one-two-three, Don't fall, watch. (Children lean back, resting their palms on their lower backs for safety.) We lean forward. Who reaches the floor? We also do this difficult work one by one. (Bends forward.) Raise the handles higher. Raise the handles higher. Lower the handles down. You get the roof first, then touch the floor. (Pull your hands up, then sit down and touch the floor with your hands.) We perform three inclinations, bend to the floor, (tilting forward.) And then we will rush back deeply three times. (Tilts back.) We will perform jerks with our hands - one, two, three, four, five. (Jerks with our hands.) And now we squat, so that the warm -up begins to be stronger and stronger than becoming. We got up, leveled backs. They leaned right and left, and repeated again. (Tilts to the sides.) We squat on the account, two- three- four-five. This is the necessary work - to train the muscles of the legs. (Squats.) And now we perform the jerks with our hands with you. Once - a jerk and two - a jerk, (jerks with our hands in front of the chest.) We continue our lesson. (Children sit at their desks or tables.) Do not rush, do not lag behind! Legs apart, on the belt of the hand. We need to knead the backs. We will lean, well, do not rush, do not lag behind! (Tilts to the sides and forward.) We twist the mill forward: one, two, three, four, five. And then, on the contrary, we will rotate the mill. (Rotation with straight arms forward and back.) Tighten the knee to the chest and stand a little. You will certainly learn to keep balance. (Raise the legs bent at the knees as high as possible.) We rested well and returned to work again. (Children sit at the desks.) Hands to the sides and up their hands to the sides and up, and we will reach now. (Stretching, hands up.) So that the back does not hurt, we will do tilts. We leaned-once and two, (tilting back and forth.) And we have to go for the desks. (Children sit at their desks or tables.) And now we’ll eat, hands in the sides, we’ll get up directly. Let's stand straight, hands in the sides. We breathe deeply. We rise easily. (Squats.) We lean forward, bend back. Like the trees the wind bends, so we swing in the way. (Tilts back and forth.) Now we’ll twist our heads, so we will think better! Turn and turn, and then vice versa. (Rotations of the head to the sides.) We will stand up, children, on socks, handles we pull into the ceiling. (Washing - hands up.) At the charge, put a point, continue the lesson. (Children sit down at desks or tables.) First, you and I first we twist your head. (The head of the head.) We rotate the case too. Of course, we can. (Turns to the right and left.) Finally they reached out and to the sides. Cooked. (Sleeping up and to the sides.) From the warm -up, they flushed and sat down again for the desks. (Children sit at their desks or tables.) First, you and I are navigating your head. Turnover and turn, and then vice versa. (Rotation of the head to the sides.) Raise our hands up, smoothly lower down. We pull them upstairs again, well, my friend, do not be lazy! (Children raise straight hands above their heads, then lower them down and take them back, then again up, then again down, etc.) we proceed. Let's get started. To begin with, we only rotate with the body. We repeat the exercise, all familiar movements. (Rotation with the body right and left.) We knead our shoulders, move our hands to meet: one hand flies up and the other. (One hand up, the other down, the hands change with jerks.) One, two, three, turn the body to the left. And help with your hands, knead the lower back. (Turning the torso to the sides.) And now we have jumps. Behind the jump - still jump, jump and bracket, jump and bracket. (Jumping.) We work with our hands, and elbows, and shoulders. (Hands in front of the chest, jerking hands.) Let us dwell and again we are ready for classes. (Children sit at the desks or tables.) We lean with the cotton bent with the cotton, and then get up with the cotton. Curl and up, down and up, well, clap louder than anyone! (Bend and clap your hands below, straighten - slam over our heads.) On one leg we jump, like an elastic ringing ball. On the other, we’ll watch, too, we can jump for a very long time. (Jumping on one leg.) We rotate with your head smoothly, look to the left, look to the right. (Turn the head to the right and left.) And we will go a little (walking on the spot.) And we will return again to classes. (Children sit at their desks or tables.) You are not lazy! Hands up and hands down, you do not be lazy! Make waves more clearly, sharper, train better shoulders. (Both straight arms are raised up, drop your hands with a jerk and run behind your back, then lift it up-up and forth.) I stand on one leg and bend the other. And now I will alternately raise my knees. (In turn, lift the legs bent at the knees as high as possible.) The case to the right, the body to the left - we need to stretch the back to us. We will do turns, we’ll get up upwards later. We dilute wider than the hand. (Sleeping - hands up, forward, to the sides.) We tied up from the heart, we are in a hurry to work again. (Children sit at the desks or tables.) We put their hands in front of the chest, we put our hands in front of the chest, we will turn. There is a wall, and there is a window, we have known this for a long time. (Hands in front of the chest, turning the corps to the right and left.) Now we rotate the right and right, and then, (rotation by the head to the right and left.) Three or four, we will squat, our legs will be opened. (Squats.) We managed to grieve, and sat down at the desks again. (Children sit down at desks or tables.) We will not rush filating lower back, we will not rush. To the right, turn to the left, look back at a neighbor. (Turning the torso to the sides.) To become even smarter, we will slightly twist the neck. Two, once and two, his head was spinning. (Rotation of the head to the sides.) Squats with us, a whole class squats. Once, two, three, four, five, our legs should be kneaded. (Squats.) Is there any benefit from the warm -up? Well, it's time to sit down at the desks. (Children sit at their desks or tables.) Under funny tunes, under funny tunes, we turn to the right, to the left. Hands up! Hands down! Up! And bend over again. To the right, to the left of the head! Hands up! Before you! Completely by the hands of the hands! Completely by the hands of the hands! Hands up, hands down! Hands quickly in a fist, laid on the barrel to the left, leaned back to the right-forward, back-forward, well, who is lagging behind there? (Repeat 2-3 times). In the swamp there are two girlfriends, two green frogs were washed out early in the morning, rubbed with a towel. They stomped with their legs, clapped their hands, to the right, tilted to the left and returned back. Here is the health of what is the secret to all friends of the physical education! “Bunny” Skok-Pokok, Skok-Poskok, Bunny jumped on a stump. It’s cold to sit cold, you need to warm your paws, paws up, legs down, stretch on your socks, put your paws on a barrel, on your socks a skok-pink. And then in a squash so that the legs do not freeze. We put our hands on the belt at first, we will swing to the left and right to the right. We put our legs on the heel forward, we will make a turn together. Well, now we’ll breathe deeply, we’ll sit together and rest your arms to the sides, in a fist, we will lift it on a barrel. Hands up, in a fist, lift and on a barrel. We climb to the socks, squat and straighten. In order to grow faster (arms upside down), reached out more hard (the hands are relaxed down). If we are a little tired, we got up for two minutes. We will reach first, turn left and right, we will lean out once and take out our toe. Two to two or two, three, four, four, who crouched, who crouched six times or five could stand quietly. We rested, and then start the jumps to everyone. We jump like balls. Girls and boys. Now we walk together in the same place. One, two, do not grab, raise your hands higher. Time orientation in Monday, I bathed (depict swimming) and painted on Tuesday, (depict drawing) and the environment washed for a long time, ( “wash” ) and on Thursday played football. (Running in place) On Friday, I jumped, ran. (jump) I danced for a very long time (circled on the spot) and on Saturday, Sunday (clap in your hands) I rested all day. And the clock goes, go tick-so, tick-so, in the house who knows how? This pendulum in the clock repels every beat (tilts left and right) and a cuckoo sits in the watch, she has her own hut. (Children sit in a deep squat) The bird will buy a bird, he will hide behind the door again. (Squats) The arrows move in a circle. They don't touch each other. (Rotation with the body to the right) We turn to you and I against the arrows (rotation to the body to the left) And the clock goes, go. (Walking in place) Sometimes they suddenly lag behind. (Slowing down the pace of walking) But it happens that they are in a hurry, as if they want to run away! (Running in place) If they are not managed, then they completely get up. (Children stop)

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Count them all! (6)


Me, Seryozha, Kolya, Wanda - Volleyball team. Zhenya and Igor are two reserve players for now. And when they learn, How many of us will there be? (1+1+1+1+1+1=6)
The doll has five elegant dresses. What should she wear today? I have wool for a dress, I’ll knit it and make dresses
Glad Alenka - Found two oil dishes! Yes, four in the basket! How many mushrooms are there in the picture! (2+4=6)
The fox grandmother gives mittens to her three grandchildren: “This is for you for the winter, grandchildren, two mittens each.” Take care, don't lose. - Count them all! (2*3=6)Mom embroidered the carpet. Look at the pattern. Two large cells, each with three branches, Masha sat down on the bed, wants to count the branches. No way he can. Who will help her?

How many colors are there in a rainbow, How many days are there in a week for whales? Snow White's dwarves, Pawn's twin brothers, Music that even children know, And all the wonders in the world, Number will help us figure it all out... (seven) COMPOSITION OF NUMBER 7

Our Masha got up early and counted all the dolls: Two Matryoshkas on the window, Two Arinkas on the feather bed, Two Tanyas on the pillow, And Parsley in a cap on the oak chest. How many of them ?
(7) (2+2+2+1=7)
Alenka is visiting Two chickens in bast shoes, A cockerel in boots, A chicken in earrings, A drake in a caftan, A duck in a sundress, And a cow in a skirt, A warm sheepskin coat. How many guests are there in total?
Count quickly! ( 7) (2+1+1+1+1+1=7)
The wind blew and tore off the leaf. And another one fell. And then there were five of them. Who can count them?
Fishermen are sitting - guarding the floats. Fisherman Korney caught three perches. Fisherman Evsey - Four crucian carp. How many fish did the fishermen
bring from the river? (7) (3+4=7)
Seven magpies flew to the gray heron for a lesson. And of these, only three magpies Prepared their lessons. How many lazy forty people
flew to the lesson?
(7 – 3=4)
Seven geese set off on their journey, Two decided to rest. How many are there under the clouds?

Count it yourself, children.

Five crows landed on the roof, two more flew to them, answer quickly, boldly: How many of them flew in?
Fishermen are sitting, guarding the floats. Fisherman Korney caught three perches. Fisherman Evsey - Four crucian carp. How many fish did the fishermen
bring from the river? (3+4=7)
There were two titmice on the birch tree, selling mittens. Five more have arrived, how many will sell?

How many winds are there in the sea, And the hooves of two donkeys, The tentacles of an octopus, And the fangs of a pair of great Danes? How many legs does the spider, the Cross Spider, have? If we ask about this, the number will answer us... (eight) COMPOSITION OF THE NUMBER 8

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