Daily Wellness

The goal of daily wellness is to support the children's well-being and development in all areas. Much research shows daily exercise is connected to better school performance. This is the reasoning behind our Daily Wellness exercise HomeFun. Students are expected to exercise for at least 20 minutes for 20 days each month.


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Mindfulness Scripts:
Akash - Mindful Eating
Ansh - Mindful Breathing
Alycia - Peaceful Breathing
Esha - Mindful Cool-down
Faaduma - Mindful Eating
Harleen - Mindful Art Making
Hamiz - Great Mindful Eating Experience
Harshaan - Mindful Art
Jessica - Fantastic Breathing
Jasleen - Mindful Breathing
Jayden - Jayden's Breathing
Khatira - Mindful Eating
Muskan - Peaceful Eating
Nasro - Mindful Breathing
Ranvir - Mindful Eating
Sadia - Mindful Breathing
Salman - Mindful Breathing
Sameer - Mindful Feelings
Saud - Mindful Art
Talbir - A Journey of Feelings
Talvir -Mindful Breathing
Yasin - Mindful Breathing

MINDFULNESS SCRIPTS

posted Apr 13, 2012, 6:48 PM by Navnit Dosanjh   [ updated Sep 30, 2015, 5:27 PM by Navnit Dosanjh ]

The children have been working hard writing, rehearsing, and presenting their mindfulness scripts this term. They have explored what it means to engage in Mindful activities such as Mindful breathing, eating, cooling down and art-making. This public speaking and wellness assignment supports our learning in the following areas:

Language Arts
-used criteria about the content, language and delivery to structure their speeches
-incorporated descriptive language to create visualizations for the audience

Health Education
-they explored practices that support physical and emotional development

Visual Arts
-created title pages that represented the theme of their scripted speech

Social Responsibility
-exercising democratic rights and responsibilities by identifying simple ways to improve the school, community and world.

An important goal of this project was to support my students' self-regulation skills. Please read this article for more information. http://www.cea-ace.ca/education-canada/article/self-regulation-calm-alert-and-learning

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