Health & Wellbeing

Learning  Intention

This week we are going to investigate the factors the help us to lead a happy and healthy lifestyle.

Success Criteria

You will know you have been successful when:

# You can identify 5 factors which influence a healthy lifestyle.

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Healthy Kids

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Nestle Healthy Kids

Create a blog post about the essential parts of living a healthy lifestyle.

The Human Skeleton

Learning Intention:

Today you will learn about the bones in your body, commonly referred to as your skeleton

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Success Criteria:

You will know you have been successful with your learning when

# You can name Prep 3 (5 bones) Year 1 (8 bones) Year 2 (16 bones) Year 3 (20 bones) Year 4 (25 bones)  from the skeleton

skeleton

Prep – Intro

Skeleton Lesson Y1-3

Dance

Year 4 – Intro

Year 4-8 Lesson

Year 4-8 Lesson Ext

The Human Skeleton

  Skeleton Quiz

Week 6 Blog Task

I need some advice!

health I have four drinks to choose from as my special treat today – orange juice, chocolate milk, soft drink or cordial –  and I’m not sure which one to choose.

I want to be healthy and make good choices.

 

Explain how choosing the healthiest drink option will contribute to Lucy’s overall health and wellbeing:

Which drinks for healthy kids?

Orange juice

·         Provides vitamins and nutrients to support good health.

·         Low in total fat (0.5g) and sodium (2mg).

·         Has a high level of natural sugar (5–6 teaspoons) which could contribute to obesity and tooth decay, if consumed in large quantities.

·         Boosts the immune system and provides protection against illnesses.

·         Avoid ‘orange drinks’ or concentrated orange juices because they are processed, have little fruit and have added preservatives.

·         A small glass (125mL) of 100 per cent juice can count as part of your recommended daily intake of fruit.

 

Cordial

·         Contains 10 teaspoons of sugar and 50mg of sodium.

·         Good for hydration if made up of one part cordial to nine parts water.

·         High in sugar, so should only be consumed occasionally.

·         Comes in sugar-free varieties.

Soft drink

·             Typically contains about 16 teaspoons of sugar in a 600ml bottle.

·             Very high in sugar, which leads to obesity, diabetes and tooth decay.

·             Should only be consumed occasionally.

·             Contains caffeine, which stimulates the nervous system and gives energy, but is not recommended for children.

·             Contains sodium at a level of approximately 24mg.

·             Contains colours and preservatives.

Chocolate milk

·         Contains nutrients, including calcium and vitamin D, which contribute to a healthy diet.

·         Helps develop strong bones and healthy teeth and encourages healthy growth and development.

·         High in added sugar (5–6 teaspoons).

·         Good balance of protein and carbohydrate, which makes it a good recovery and hydration drink.

·         Children should consume milk every day. Contributes to the recommended daily intake of dairy foods.

·         Sodium rich to preserve the shelf life of the product (150mg).

·         Consider drinking plain milk, because chocolate milk contains extra flavours and sugars.

 

Decide which drink Lucy should include in her lunchbox to maintain good health.

Create your own post and answer in DETAIL ….

Nutrition Australia Fact Sheet