Today was a very exciting day in Year 3.
We introduced the next phase of our project to the Year 3 children via a live online zoom lesson!
We reminded the children of our project brief and talked about the different ways we could develop and deliver innovative approaches to help with physical and mental well-being across both school sites and within the local community. We discussed the idea of creating a digital book that was accessible for all children, teens and adults. What goes in the book would be for the children to decide!
We had ALOT of wonderful and intriguing ideas of pages/activities that could be added to the book, from the children during the zoom lesson and afterwards on seesaw as well. Things like, puzzles, growth mindset activities, yoga tutorials, recipes for healthy eating, drawing tutorials, how to do gardening, brain challenges, exercise routines (gymnastics, karate, dog walking etc.) Meditation and breathing exercises, posters, drawings, short stories, nature walk ideas, how pets help us during times of loneliness, a section to link to different clubs within the community and LOTS more! The children were excited, keen, engaged and eager to get started!
As part of our seesaw learning today we thought about how emotions can be seen through art. The children used lots of different pictures and art work as stimulus to create their own ideas of emotions and feelings represented through drawing. As you can see, the Year 3 children took on this challenge with real passion and expression.
Awesome work Year 3!