Health and Well-Being
Early Level (P1)
Keeping children safe
A wide range of resources to help schools deliver effective, inclusive and progressive food & health education for children and young people, from pre-school to High school
Resources around Childrens' Rights
10 minutes indoor active ‘shake up’ activities for Early/First level
Food facts and recipes to make and eat with your child/children at home. Suitable for Early/First.
Physical activities for younger children
Physical activity to music
Crafts and activities for young children – nursery and P.1
Games and activities to get young children active
An American site with lots of good interactive games and youtube clips for healthy living.
Lots of interactive and practical activities to make learning about nutrition and exercise easy and fun for all the family.
Recipes for children to cook with an adult or on their own if older.
Health for Kids offers a fun, engaging and interactive way for children to learn about health. Games and articles.
Interactive games – some science based, some around health and the human body. Gives information with each games so can be mini lessons. Information has a print option.
25 Mindfulness games and activities for all ages
Simple analytic games for all ages.
Physical activity for all age
Useful sites and clips
Listening games http://www.dramatoolkit.co.uk/drama-games/category/listening
Making choices https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pxZgLIweNE8
Right choices https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KplFpXpvMIU
Safe https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxLP6KU153g (Game Show on safety)
Resources for wellbeing indicators – sign up is free for one month https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/cfe2-p-31-second-level-shanarri-activity-ideas-teaching-ideas
Wellbeing Indicators - Disney cartoon https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eu1jekOB7sw
Watch the clip and talk about what you have seen. Who is the main character, where is the clip set, what is the clip about etc
From the clip draw a poster to highlight the key points.
Choose a wellbeing indicator and watch a youtube clip about it. Talk about it with your child. Do a story in pictures about it:
· Staying safe