THE DEVELOPMENT OF CREATIVE ABILITIES OF PRESCHOOLERS IN ENGLISH LESSONS
The article discusses the conditions for the formation of creative abilities of children of preschool age in the study of English and presents the results of the study. The foreign language in extended education can and should contribute to the process of developing the creative abilities of preschoolers. Possessing a vast educational and developmental potential of students' creative skills, a foreign language can be realized only in the implementation of the practical learning goal, that is, just if the child is in the process of foreign language communicative-cognitive activity (listening, speaking, reading, using writing) will expand their horizons, develop their thinking, memory, feelings and emotions. If the social-value qualities of an individual will be formed in the process of foreign language communication: worldview, moral values, and beliefs, character traits. The creative abilities of the individual in the classroom of a foreign language can only be carried out in creative activities in the learning process. The findings of our study illustrated the research in the children's center "Baby Space," where five students were studying at the age of 4 years. The topics were Figures, Toys, Animals, Fairy Tales, Seasons, Verbs of Movement, Adjectives were proposed for studying English. For training, various techniques were used following the age characteristics of children - reading, audio fairy tales, drawing, modeling, designing. Also, a theater corner was made to provide for developing interaction with each other in professional and game activities: reading poems by roles; games-drama; staging tales, stories, songs, poems; etudes and play exercises in which children interact with each other; playing up different situations. As a result of the study, students mastered the specific fund of lexical units, the ability to form the simple requests, the phonetic hearing, the simple speech patterns: My name is ..., I am (age) ... I see ..., I can ..., I love ..., I want ..., I have ...; and also developed creative imagination, the way of thinking, arbitrariness, experimentation, and improvisational skills. This paper attempts to draw some conclusions about nourish and educative facilities of the creative abilities of younger preschoolers in learning English. All data were analyzed, and positive results were obtained, which will be presented in the discussion and conclusion sections of this article.