ISSN 2409-7616

Moldovanova I.V.



UDC 37.022+796.2

Moldovanova I.V.1 (Novosibirsk, Russian Federation) – E-mail:

1Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University

Abstract. The article describes the problem of reducing the motor activity of children and, as a result, a decrease in the level of adaptive systems of the body. The role of the discipline “Physical Culture” in the work of teachers and trainers-teachers to ensure the motor activity of younger schoolchildren is emphasized. The problem of finding effective forms, methods and content of physical education of schoolchildren, maintaining an optimal level of motor activity and searching for new methodological developments in the organization of lessons and extracurricular activities in primary school is raised. One of the most effective means of solving the problems of physical education of primary school students is outdoor games as one of the most accessible forms of activity for children, which involves the conscious reproduction of the skill of movements. The application of the proposed new methodological developments is being tested for the use of correctly selected and clearly dosed outdoor games at primary school physical culture lessons and in extracurricular activities with the possibility of further use in practice by teachers and organizers of extracurricular activities of children in physical culture. The results obtained allowed us to come to the following conclusion: physical training of younger schoolchildren will be more effective if outdoor games are used not only in the classroom, but also actively in extracurricular activities with students, using a variety of different types of competitions, physical education activities, etc.

Keywords: primary school, outdoor games, extracurricular activities, physical culture, methods, physical qualities.


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Moldovanova I.V. Organizing and conducting outdoor games in physical education classes and extracurricular activities in primary school. CITISE, 2021, no. 4, pp.196-205. DOI: