|Learning body parts|
|Being mindful in different activities|
Before you start teaching brainstorm the following essential questions that will guide and focus you to understand your students. Who are my students? What do they value? Why are values important to them? Are they healthy? What are their goals in life? What are their strengths and weaknesses?
In this unit, students have learned to identify the factors that shape their sense of self. They also evaluated and catalogued their health and wellbeing with a special emphasis on hygiene. Introduced to local health issues, family trees, learning to identify strengths and weaknesses, carbon footprints and wants versus needs. Focused on traditional medical practices and use of plants. Science focused on the five senses and germ theory. Basic first aid. Microorganisms. Students evaluated their educational, health, and other objectives, and set personal goals. They created a personal portfolio in which they chart their health. They also learned how to speak about their ailments to medical practitioners. This unit further helped create a safe and inviting environment for the students, while allowing the teacher to get to know each student better.
|Different groups of food for growth and development|
|Fruits for good health|