Expected and Unexpected Behaviours Health and Wellness Unit | Paper and Digital | Grades 1 to 3
Practice working on expected behaviours in your classroom and the community with this health and wellness unit. Students will love these activities that breathe life into their physical health and wellness understanding. These lessons are designed to be quick and easy with no extra prep for you.
This set is part of our Wellness Choices Full Year Bundle for Grades 1 to 3.
This easy-to-use resource includes:
- complete lesson plans with modifications for differentiation that don't take extra time for you to prepare.
- variety of activities including group work, writing, colouring and collaborating.
- background information for teachers to understand how teaching expected and unexpected behaviours benefits all students including those programmed for special needs or not.
- a digital version that uses Google Slides for the reading and writing activities. It contains loose text that can be read by your assistive technology to help support your students.
- student pages and templates in a variety of formats to make differentiation easy.
- answer keys and suggested answers.
- student-appropriate scenarios for role-playing and discussions.
- photographs of student examples.
- Canadian spellings for all the activities.
What are Expected and Unexpected Behaviors?
Thoughts and Feelings
Behaviours and Positive Responses
Why People Behave Unexpectedly
This resource supports:
- Alberta Physical Education and Wellness Curriculum ©2022 Grade1
- Alberta Physical Education and Wellness Curriculum ©2022 Grade 2
- Alberta Physical Education and Wellness Curriculum ©2022 Grade 3
British Columbia Physical and Health Curricular Competencies Grade 1
- British Columbia Physical and Health Curricular Competencies Grade 2
- British Columbia Physical and Health Curricular Competencies Grade 3
Saskatchewan Health Education Curriculum Grade 1
- Saskatchewan Health Education Curriculum Grade 2
- Saskatchewan Health Education Curriculum Grade 3
- any elementary health classroom
- regular classrooms, inclusive settings and special education rooms.
- students who need help interpreting social settings. This applies to older students, too.
Ninja Note: To access the digital version, download the PDF and click on the link in that file once it is downloaded to your computer. The link may not work properly if you are in preview mode.
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