Enormous role in the upbringing of children is played by riddlesabout the forest. First and foremost, they expand the horizons of children, giving them important knowledge about the world around them. Secondly, riddles about the forest are brought up in the growing generation of love for nature. Thirdly, they teach children to think in images.
From the age of three to four, the children are trying to find answers to the questions of adults independently.
And at this time they can offer fairly simple verse riddles about the forest with answers that are rhymed with the penultimate line. For example:
Squirrels live in it and wolves,
It grows oaks and trees
High - to the skies!
They call it ... (forest).
You can offer kids and more complex puzzlesabout the forest, where the answer will have to break his head, because the simple selection of rhyme here can not do. But the kind of clues the children use are the names of the fruits that the forest gives to people.
He is huge and rich,
He will treat all the guys:
Lyusya is a strawberry,
Vitenka - blueberries,
Tanechka is a nut,
Washuu - russet,
Mashenka is a raspberry,
Petya - twig!
Similar riddles about the forest for children bring upability to listen to the end of the task. Most children hurry to give an answer, not having listened to the verses. Therefore, someone immediately responds that the berries give the children a garden, then the word "russula" will refute the incorrect answers.
Perhaps, it will be sufficiently wittyoption - that this is a riddle about the store. Here you can not argue, because today in shopping centers you can buy any berries and mushrooms in winter and summer. But here twig - it is unlikely!
At this age, the guys have already learned thatoccurs with trees when the seasons change. But the complexity of puzzles still lies in their imagery. If we imagine a forest as a living being that can dress and undress independently, then the foliage of trees will be compared with a green fur coat.
In the spring, he
Green puts on,
With her shoulders in the winter it's out!
And to the ground throws.
Such a mystery not only teaches us to think logically,to apply their knowledge while thinking about the answers, but also shows how it is possible to beautifully and figuratively describe the process of growing leaves and dropping them from branches in the fall.
In a fur coat he is in spring and summer,
And in winter it is undressed.
Of course, there are riddles in which there is not a single clue: no names of trees or other plants, fruits, or names of animals or birds. Every word is encrypted!
The palace was opened from all sides,
Inside there are many columns,
Above them there are tents,
Below the carpets are wonderful beauty.
And the inhabitants of the palace are there,
And they can neither count nor count!
They also live on tents,
And on the columns, on the carpets.
But no one should demand from children instantaneous guessing. The task of such puzzles is to gradually disassemble its meaning.
This puzzle can be used as the "backbone" of the lesson in the surrounding world, getting acquainted with the theme "Forest".