The cat does not use the litter box.

The collection contains thematic assignments compiled in strict accordance with the contents of the textbook on the world around for grade 1. Author A. A. Pleshakov. M, Enlightenment, 2012

Tests are developed on the basis of the Federal State Educational Standard of Primary General Education.

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Municipal budgetary educational institution secondary school № 15

Armavir municipality

around the world

From work experience

Armavir – 2012

Test number 1 on the topic: “What is the Motherland?”.

Test number 2 on the topic: “What do we know about the peoples of Russia?”.

Test number 3 on the topic: “What do we know about Moscow?”.

Test number 4 on the topic: “What is over our heads?”.

Test number 5 on the topic: “What is under our feet?”.

Test number 6 on the topic: “What do different plants have in common?”.

Test number 7 on the topic: “What grows on the windowsill?”.

Test number 8 on the topic: “What grows in a flower bed?”.

Test number 9 on the topic: “What kind of leaves? What kind of needles?

Test number 10 on the topic: “Who are the insects?”.

Test number 11 on the topic: “Who are the fish?”.

Test number 12 on the topic: “Who are the birds?”.

Test number 13 on the topic: “What are animals?”.

Test number 14 on the topic: “What around us can be dangerous?”.

Test number 15 on the topic: “What is our planet going to?”

Test number 16 on the topic: “Where does water come to our house and where does it go?”.

Test number 17 on the topic: “Where does electricity come to our house?”.

Test number 18 on the topic: “How does a letter travel?”.

Test number 19 on the topic: “Where do the rivers flow?”.

Test number 20 on the topic: “Where does the snow and ice?”.

Test number 21 on the topic: “How do plants live?”.

Test number 22 on the topic: “How do animals live?”.

Test number 23 on the topic: “how to help the birds in the winter?”.

Test number 24 on the topic: “Where does garbage go and where does garbage go?”.

Test number 25 on the topic: “When will Saturday come?”.

Test number 26 on the topic: “When will the summer come?”.

Test number 27 on the topic: “Where do polar bears live?”.

Test number 28 on the topic: “Where do elephants live?”.

Test number 29 on the topic: “Where do the birds winter?”.

Test number 30 on the topic: “When did the clothes appear?”.

Test number 31 on the topic: “When did they invent the bicycle?”

Test 32 on the topic: “When will we become adults?”

The cat does not use the litter box.

Test number 33 on the topic: “Why does the sun shine during the day, and the stars at night?”

Test number 34 on the topic: “Why is the moon different?”.

Test number 35 on the topic: “Why is it raining and the wind is blowing?”

Test number 36 on the topic: “Why is the rainbow of different colors?”.

Test №37 on the topic: “Why do not we tear flowers and catch butterflies?”.

Test number 38 on the topic: “Why in the forest, we will observe silence?”.

Test number 39 on the topic: “Why do we sleep at night?”.

Test number 40 on the topic: “Why do you need to eat a lot of vegetables and fruits?”.

Test №41 on the topic: “Why do I need to brush my teeth and wash my hands?”.

Test number 42 on the topic: “Why do we need a phone and a TV?”.

Test number 43 on the topic: “Why do we need cars?”.

Test number 44 on the topic: “Why do we need trains?”.

Test number 45 on the topic: “Why build ships?”.

Test number 46 on the topic: “Why build airplanes?”.

Test number 47 on the topic: “Why do people explore space?”.

The collection contains thematic assignments compiled in strict accordance with the contents of the textbook on the world around for grade 1. Author A. A. Pleshakov. M, Enlightenment, 2012

Tests are developed on the basis of the Federal State Educational Standard of Primary General Education.

Testing is the main means of control and verification of the required level of training. Test suites are recognized today as the most objective measures. Test items have advantages over traditional methods of knowledge control: higher objectivity of control than in traditional methods; the score obtained by the test may be more differentiated.

Testing is more efficient. Allows for a survey to cover a large amount of material. Reduces the element of randomness in the choice of control tasks. Testing is the final stage in the whole complex control system.

The material is divided into topics, each task has a goal to work out certain skills and concepts. Using the material of this manual, primary school teachers have the opportunity to immediately see the gaps in students’ knowledge.

Thanks to the tests, tasks are checked easily, they enable students to increase their activity in the classroom, diversify the learning process, get a vivid picture of progress, save time spent on survey and monitoring.

Work with tests can be carried out in almost every lesson of the world, as the material of the tests goes along with the textbook.

Thematic tasks can be used for organizing individual and collective work in the classroom. During the frontal work with texts, the teacher can read the tasks himself, and the children mark the correct answer. It is not recommended to allocate for testing more than 20 minutes. The material of the collection will help to provide methodological assistance to the teacher in the selection of exercises to consolidate the knowledge and skills of students.

The collection is addressed to primary school teachers, but can also be used by parents to work with children at home.

With all the positive qualities of the testing method, it cannot be the only way to test the quality of students’ knowledge and skills and should be used together with the traditional forms of testing learning outcomes.

THEME “WHAT IS THE HOMELAND?”

NAME, NAME ______________________________ Date _________

1. Circle all the letters of the correct answers.

What is the name of our country?

a) Republic of South Ossetia; d) the Republic of Armenia;

b) the Russian Federation; d) Turkish Republic

c) the Republic of Belarus; e) Ukraine.

a) Russians; d) Italians;

b) the French; d) the Japanese;

c) Yakuts; e) Armenians.

a) Stavropol; b) Krasnodar; c) Krasnoyarsk;

6. Name the capital of your region.

7. Name the city you live in?

8. What river flows in your area?

THEME “What do we know about the peoples of Russia?”

NAME, NAME ______________________________ Date _________

1. What language is recognized as the state language of the Russian Federation?

2. What is the dwelling of the Chukchi?

4. Define Russian national holiday?

5. Musical instrument of the Yakuts?

6. Favorite dish Tatars?

b) patties with cabbage;

7. Buryat religion?

9. Write, what people inhabit our land?

THEME “What do we know about Moscow?”

NAME, NAME ______________________________ Date _________

1. What was the name of the fortress in the ancient Russian cities?

2. What material is the wall of the Kremlin made of?

3. What is the name of the Kremlin tower with chimes?

b) The Royal Tower;

c) the Senate Tower.

4. What material is the star made on the Kremlin’s Spasskaya Tower:

5. What two rivers flow near the Kremlin?

7. Who is considered the founder of Moscow?

a) Dmitry Donskoy;

c) Yuri Dolgoruky.

THEME “What’s over our head?”

NAME, NAME ______________________________ Date _________

Decorated the night blue

A week passed only-

From him remained a slice.

2. What shape do the stars of the Great Bear Constellation form?

3. What can be seen in the sky during the day?

4. How many stars in the constellation Ursa Major?

5. Determine what the sun looks like?

6. What are the names of clouds like feathers, fibers or thin whitish stripes?

7. What is the sun?

a) a huge hot ball;

THEME “What’s under our feet?”

NAME, NAME ______________________________ Date _________

2. Determine which stone is in question, if it is often used in construction.

3. From which stone can you cut sparks?

4. What stone is made of sea animal shells?

5. What stone consists of small multi-colored grains?

6. Choose the correct statement:

a) Stones belong to wildlife.

b) Stones belong to inanimate nature.

c) Stones created by human hands.

7. Guess the riddle

From the ground at the edge, A bald crown protrudes. A moss grows at the crown, And around is a thistle.

8. Write the names of the stones you know.

THEME “What do different plants have in common?”

NAME, NAME ______________________________ Date ________

a) the stem; d) berry;

b) root; e) flower;

c) fruit with seeds.

4. What plants does a person use the root of?

5. In which plants does a person use leaves?

6. In which plants does a person use a fruit with seeds?

7. Underline the fruits with one line, the roots with two lines.

8. Which plants have flowers in inflorescences?

THEME “What grows on the windowsill?”

NAME, NAME ______________________________ Date ________

1. What plants are indoor plants?

a) cactus, violet, begonia;

b) rose, aster, forget-me-not.

c) pine, cedar, viburnum.

a) Homeland cacti hot countries.

b) The homeland of cacti distant desert.

c) Homeland cacti north pole.

3. Guess the riddle:

The windows are green,

Bloom all year round.

a) indoor plants;

b) field plants;

c) wild plants.

4. Name the homeland of balsam.

6. What is the middle name of the plant sancevier?

a) Roly wet

7. What indoor plants have a mustache?

8. Choose the correct answer to the question: why are people often called aloe agave?

a) Because he lives a hundred years.

b) Because he lives more than a hundred years.

c) Because it never blooms.

d) Because the moment of flowering has to wait very long.

9. Write houseplants known to you:

THEME “What grows on a bed?”

NAME, NAME ______________________________ Date _______

2. What is usually compared with aster?

3. What do gladiolus usually compare with?

4. Identify medicinal plants:

5. Choose bulbous plants:

5. Write a few flower garden plants?

The blue bell hangs,

never it rings?

7. Draw in squares environmental signs on the theme: “What can not be done in a flower bed.”

THEME “What are these leaves? What kind of needles? “

NAME, NAME ______________________________ Date _______

I got out of the crumb – barrels,

Roots launched and grew,

I became tall and mighty, not afraid of thunderstorms or clouds.

I feed pigs and protein –

Nothing that fruit is my chalk.

Each sheet has a sheet ………… and ………………

plain leaf maple

complex linden blade

4. How to name a leaf of a coniferous tree?

6. What kind of wood do skis make?

7 Choose conifers:

8. Write the trees you know:

THEME “Who are the insects?”

NAME, NAME ______________________________ Date _______

Above the flower flutters, dancing,

Breeze waving patterned.

2. How many legs does a dragonfly have?

3. Identify the insects?

4. Complete the sentence:

Insects are animals that have ____________________________

5. The most important sense organ in insects?

5. What is the name of the red-black beetle with a long body?

a) ladybug;

b) a gravedigger beetle;

c) beautiful aromatic,

6. What kind of bugs are people fighting?

a) Colorado potato beetle;

8. What insects live friendly hardworking families?

9. Choose the correct statement:

a) Insects have six legs.

b) All insects can fly.

c) The spider is an insect.

THEME “Who are the fish?”

NAME, NAME ______________________________ Date _______

Shark, pike, carp, carp is _______________

3. Where do river fish live?

4. Establish compliance:

Sea fish herring

River fish pike

5. Big river fish is …

6. Where do fish live?

7. Guess the riddle:

8. Choose the correct statement:

a) Fish – aquatic animals whose body (most) are covered with scales.

b) The rudd is the largest river fish.

c) The whale and giant shark are the smallest fish.

THEME “Who are the birds?”

NAME, NAME ______________________________ Date _______

And fly is not flying …

For what then I am considered a bird.

d) squirrel – flying squirrel.

4. What is the name of a bird scientist called?

5. What kind of bird does not know how to fly, dives well and swims, gets its food crabs, crayfish, fish.

6. Name one word:

Heron, owl, bullfinch – this is …

7. Establish compliance:

Migratory Crane Birds

Wintering birds woodpecker

8. Choose the correct statement:

a) Hummingbird – the largest and most beautiful bird.

b) Tits – beautiful bird height from the sparrow.

c) Klest is a bird that breeds chicks only in summer.

THEME “Who are the animals?”

NAME, NAME ______________________________ Date _______

An animal body that is covered with wool is …

Little animal we will know with you

For two such signs:

He is wearing a gray winter coat

And in the red coat – in the summer.

3. What animals are said: “They are bred and fed by people, protected by them, they build houses for them, take care of their offspring”.

A) Pets;

B) wild animals;

B) Predatory animals.

4. Choose the correct statement:

A) If the animal is large – it is a beast.

B) The cat and the mouse are animals.

B) Butterfly, woodpecker, bat – these are animals, because they can fly.

5. Establish compliance:

Wild animals bear

Pets Cow

6. The tallest animal on earth

7. Identify predatory animals:

8. Write the animals of our region

THEME “What could be dangerous around us?”

NAME, NAME ______________________________ Date _______

1) Cross the street at a pedestrian crossing,

2) Cross the street to a red light.

3) Cross the street in front of the close-reaching cars.

1) Fire Service “02”

2) Gas service “03”

4) Ambulance “04”

  1. You can not play in the elevator and jump in it.

4. Complete the sentences:

2) To bare electrical wires …

3) Leaving the house or room is necessary …

6. Write what could be dangerous in the apartment.

THEME “What does our planet look like”

NAME, NAME ______________________________ Date ______

1) Our planet is called … ….

4. The main source of light and heat on earth is:

On the leg is one,

Twists – turns his head.

Shows us countries

Rivers, mountains, oceans.

Motherland is more beautiful than the sun, Our Motherland

Motherland – mother is more precious than gold

There is no one in the world more beautiful than life

Be able to stand up for your homeland

THEME “Where does water come to our house and where does it go?”

NAME, NAME ______________________________ Date ______

It pours into it, from it flows,

Itself weaves on the ground.

In our house comes ____________ or _______________ water.

3) Where does water go first?

A) water purification station;

4) What are filters?

A) special cleaning devices;

B) computer devices;

B) device for charging.

5) Where does polluted water leave our home?

A) cleaning facilities;

6) Choose the correct statement:

A) River water can not be drunk.

B) In the river water can not swim.

B) On the river water can not swim in boats.

7) Draw in squares environmental signs on the topic: “How to protect water from pollution.”

8) Write how to clean the polluted water?

THEME “Where does electricity come to our house?”

NAME, NAME ______________________________ Date ______

Who by wire

In the house comes to us?

At night when it is dark

It lights the house.

Electricity is generated at _____________________ and comes to our home by _________________________.

6. Choose the correct statement:

A) Never touch electrical appliances with wet hands.

B) Remove the plug from the outlet by pulling the cord.

D) Touch the bare wires.

7. Connect with arrows:

Battery light bulb

8. Draw electrical safety rules.

THEME “How does a letter travel?”

NAME, NAME ______________________________ Date ____

Side mark and picture

In round stamps

The swift is like a bird

Over the sea, rush off.

A) This is the one who delivers the letter.

The cat does not use the litter box.

B) This is the one who sends the letter.

B) This is the one who receives the letter.

  1. What envelope need choose, to send letter?
  1. What can be sent by mail?

B) money transfer;

  1. Identify the bird – the postman?
  1. Describe the path of the letter from the sender to the addressee?

Postman is __________________________________________________

A) Scales; B) sorting box; B) Postmark; D) ice cream.

THEME “Where do the rivers flow?”

NAME, NAME ______________________________ Date ____

Not a horse, but running

A little trembles in the open, –

Narrow tip in the spring,

And wide in the sea.

2. Complete the sentence:

The river can flow into …

5. What is sea salt used for?

A) for cooking;

B) for animal feed;

B) for therapeutic baths.

6. Choose the correct statement:

A) swim on the beach for buoys;

B) Dive in unfamiliar places;

C) Bathe only under adult supervision.

7. Draw ecological signs on the theme: “What not to do on the water”.

THEME “Where does snow and ice come from?”

NAME, NAME ______________________________ Date ____

He flies white flock

And sparkles on the fly.

He’s a cool star melts

On the palm and mouth.

Snow and ice are ____________________________________.

5. How many rays does each snowflake have?

6. What does the water turn if it freezes?

2) frozen water;

9. Draw in squares safety signs on the frozen river.

THEME “How do plants live?”

NAME, NAME ______________________________ Date ____

3. Prove that the plant is alive?

6. Choose the correct statement:

1) When watering indoor plants, the watering can should be raised high.

2) When watering water should not be cold.

3) It is advisable to water the flowers with distilled water at room temperature once or twice a week.

THEME “How do animals live?”

NAME, NAME ______________________________ Date ____

Dragonfly, carp, crow, squirrel – this is _____________________

4. Who lives in a den?

5. What is necessary for animals to live?

6. Prove that animals are living things,

THEME “How to help birds in winter?”

NAME, NAME ______________________________ Date ____

In a gray feather coat

And in the cold he is a hero

Rides, frolics on the fly,

Not an eagle, but a bird.

2. Write, what birds winter in your city?

What a table among birches

Open air?

He treats in the cold

Birds grain and bread.

4. When do birds need human care?

5. Draw what feeders can be made for birds.

6. Write, what feed can you feed the birds?

The bullfinch, tit, nuthatch, waxwing, thrush are birds of _______________.

THEME “Where does garbage come from and where does it go?”

NAME, NAME ______________________________ Date ____

After using food and other necessary items remains ___________________.

2. Where do you need to throw garbage?

1. trash can;

2. to the landing;

3. Draw environmental signs prohibiting the release of garbage in public places.

4. Write, what path should the garbage take from our dwelling to the car taking it away?

5. Where better to take out the garbage?

B) a waste recycling plant.

6. Draw what can be done from unnecessary things.

7. Choose the correct statement:

A) Buy goods with a large number of packages and wrappers.

B) Do not take extra paper and plastic bags in the store if you are going to throw them away immediately.

C) Buy more than you might need.

THEME “When is the Sabbath?”

NAME, NAME ______________________________ Date ____

2. Complete the sentence:

Time runs from ________________ to _____________________.

3. What is the present tense?

A) this is the time that was;

B) this is the time that will be;

B) this is the time that is now.

4. Guess the riddle:

What kind of birds come,

Seven in each pack?

Do not go back.

5. How many days in a week?

6. Write in order the days of the week?

8. Choose the correct statement:

A) Wednesday comes after Monday.

B) There are six days in a week.

B) Saturday is after Friday.

THEME “When will the summer come?”

NAME, NAME ______________________________ Date ____

When does this happen?

Winter months may

Spring months March

Summer months july

Autumn months august

3. Complete the sentence:

Winter comes after ________________________________________________

7. Choose the correct statement:

A) There are twelve seasons in a year.

B) Autumn leaves bloom on the trees.

C) In winter, long days and the shortest nights.

A) June B) March C) May D) September D) February E) April

THEME “Where do polar bears live?”

NAME, NAME ______________________________ Date ____

Among the snow and ice is not starving,

For fish in cold water dives.

Thick white wool saves,

From frost warms.

2) Arctic Ocean;

Most of the Arctic Ocean is covered by _______________ and _____________.

4. What clothes do you need to travel to the North and South Pole? Write it.

5. What animals live in the North Pole? What is superfluous? Underline.

Walrus, polar bear, skua, penguin.

Penguins, albatross, polar bear, seal.

7. Do you think polar bears hunt seals?

The huge land area located at the South Pole is called _________________________________________________________________

THEME “Where do elephants live?”

NAME, NAME ______________________________ Date ____

He is the biggest on sushi. He has big ears. He has a wonderful hose-nose. It can pluck coconuts from palm trees. He’s coming from a pipe glasse. You’ve met him more than once in a circus or a zoo. And he lives in hot countries -And on Ceylon Island.

2) rainforest;

Savannah indian elephant

Rainforest african elephant

THEME “Where do birds winter?”

NAME, NAME ______________________________ Date ____

Wintering are birds that are _________________________________________.

Migratory birds are those who are ________________________________________

Wintering birds woodpecker

Birds of passage nightingale

3. Guess the riddle:

I knock on a tree, I want to get the Worm, Though I disappeared under the bark – It will be mine anyway!

4. What kind of bird is superfluous?

Jackdaw, tit, crow, nuthatch, pigeon, swallow.

Rook, swallows, nightingale, sparrow, finch.

5. Write how you can help the birds in the winter?

7. What subject helped scientists find out where migratory birds winter?

THEME "When did the clothes appear? ”

NAME, NAME ______________________________ Date ___

If the day is fine,

He will not leave the hallway.

If it drizzles,

He runs down the street.

Blouse, coat, jeans, pants, sweater, socks, dress – this is _________________

2) from animal skins;

3) in ancient times.

Business clothes bathrobe

Sportswear sneakers

Workwear quilted jacket

Homewear Slippers

6. Draw a sketch of the costume for a disco, school, travel.

7. Describe your friend’s clothes? ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

THEME: “When was the bike invented?”

NAME, NAME ______________________________ Date ___

This horse does not eat oats, Instead of legs – two wheels, Sit astride – and race on it, Only better drive the wheel!

2. Write down what parts the bicycle consists of?

3. What item is required for each cyclist?

5. Draw symbols for the rules:

1) It is strictly forbidden to ride a bike, holding the steering wheel with one hand or “without hands.”

2) To cling to passing vehicles.

6) Complete the sentence:

The first bikes appeared more ____________________________________________

7) Choose the correct statement:

1) You can ride in the park, in the courtyard, in the stadium, in the recreation area, on the highway for children under 14 years old.

2) The first bicycles were wooden and without pedals.

THEME “When will we become adults?”

NAME, NAME ______________________________ Date

He cooks neither soup, nor soup,

And no porridge from different cereals,

He boils top boilers,

Pipes, rods, welded seams.

Tractor drives ___________________________________________________

2) treats animals;

3) performs in a circus.

4. Write the people, what professions do we recognize by their clothes?

5. Get to know the profession?

This person knows most about stars. Now this scientist observes space with the help of telescopes, aircraft.

7. What is necessary for a hairdresser to work? Cross out the excess.

Comb, cream, scales, hair dryer, perfume, machine, thermometer.

8. Write the profession to the letter “B”.

THEME “Why does the sun shine during the day and the stars at night?”

NAME, NAME ______________________________ Date

For the outer courtyard spilled peas:

neither shovel, nor sweep with a broom.

In the evening peas crumbled,

in the morning I got up – there is nothing.

1) shiny flashlights;

2) huge flaming balls;

Stars seem to us small points of light, as they are located ________________________________________________________________________

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