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Lesson Plans - Character Education - Life Skills - Elementary School. Honesty Lessons, Worksheets and Activities. Character Education with Super Ben and Molly the G Early education groundings and beginning reading skills come together in these simple, fictional stories focused on identity and character development with Molly the rabbit and Ben the brown bear, superhero friends who appear together throughout the series. Covering honesty, responsibility, truthfulness, and other value themes, each book carries a solid message without being overt. Specific reading strategies such as repeated words and sentence patterns, predictable text, rhyming, alliteration, phonics, and controlled "sight" reading words are used to help build reading skills.

The illustrated main story is complemented with playful design aspects. Views: 2944 | By: Enslowpub | Category: Reading. How to Do Character Education. This article first appeared in the Sept/Oct 2004 issue of Today's School under the title: "You Are A Character Educator. " et’s get one thing perfectly clear – you are a character educator. Whether you are a teacher, administrator, custodian, or school bus driver, you are helping to shape the character of the kids you come in contact with.

It’s in the way you talk, the behaviors you model, the conduct you tolerate, the deeds you encourage, the expectations you transmit. Yes, for better or for worse, you already are doing character education. The real question is what kind? Are you doing it well or poorly? By design or by default? Simply put, character education (CE) is everything you do that influences the character of the kids you teach. What’s especially useful about Dr. What Does Character Education Look Like? This is a highly controversial issue, and depends largely on your desired outcome.

The Holistic Approach But, what if you can’t do all the things listed above? Class Discussions. Promoting health and wellbeing | MyChild. Good health and wellbeing are essential for all children. The following links to information and programmes provide details on ways that you can positively influence your child's eating and physical activity levels as well as manage the challenges of raising healthy children.

Cybersmart Cybersmart provides activities, resources and practical advice to help children, young people and parents safely enjoy the online world. Cybersmart also offers training and resources for schools and materials for teachers and library staff. Cybersmart is a national cybersafety and cybersecurity education programme managed by the Australian Communications and Media Authority. For more information, please visit the Cybersmart website. Safe Schools Hub The Safe Schools Hub is a one-stop shop for information and resources on safe school strategies to assist parents, teachers, school leaders, students, pre-service teachers and specialist professionals supporting students.

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That's why Change4Life is focusing on Snack Swaps in schools, encouraging children to make snacks that still taste delicious. The Snack Swaps recipes are fun to make in the classroom, helping pupils learn about good nutrition. From January onwards, primary schools will receive their Snack Swaps pack FREE with one of their School Fruit and Vegetable Scheme deliveries. The Snack Swaps pack is filled with recipes and ideas to help teachers introduce cooking and nutrition into their timetable, and plan exciting cookery lessons for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 children. The children can use the template to make and decorate their own Snack Swaps box to take their culinary delight home in. Look out for your pack, or download the contents below and join in. Download Snack Swaps pack resources Snack Swaps teachers' booklet Get in touch! Be Food Smart. Wellbeing snail game. Inclusion: Healthy Schools, Emotional Well Being Resources & Links.

Head Forward - Your guide to mental wellbeing information and services across West Sussex. Wellbeing Resources. Welcome to our wellbeing resources. Our resources are organised around key wellbeing and engagement themes: The big picture – resources which take a cross-cutting, holistic or strategic approach to the wider wellbeing agenda. This section also includes project guidance on designing and implementing workplace interventions and the findings of the project’s wellbeing and performance mapping strand. Health – resources focussed around physical and mental health including physical activity, occupational health, nutrition and sickness absence Communications and events – resources looking a how these elements can be used to enhance employee wellbeing and engagement Leadership and management – Resources focussing on how good leadership and management practices can impact on health and wellbeing Organisational culture – Resources centred around creating an organisational culture supportive of wellbeing including building engagement, the psychological contract and organisational values.

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