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Grade 3

Grade 3|3e année

Curriculum Connection

H&PE C1.3 identify the characteristics of healthy relationships (e.g., accepting differences, being inclusive, communicating openly, listening, showing mutual respect and caring, being honest) and describe ways of overcoming challenges (e.g., bullying, exclusion, peer pressure, abuse) in a relationship [IS]

OPHEA

Ophea is a not-for-profit organization and is led by the vision that all children and youth value and enjoy the lifelong benefits of healthy, active living. Since 1921, Ophea has been working to support the health and learning of children and youth in schools and communities through quality programs and services, partnerships, and advocacy.

OPHEA Lesson Plans

** Lesson plans can only be accessed via log in to the OPHEA website (see link above). 

(Home> Lesson Plans> H&PE Curriculum Resources> Grade 3> Understanding Healthy Relationships)

  • 1 HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS AND RELATIONSHIP CHALLENGES
  • 4 HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS AND DEVELOPMENT

H&PE C1.4 identify factors (e.g., sleep, food, physical activity, heredity, environment, support from a caring adult, sense of belonging, peer influence) that affect physical development (e.g., of hair, skin, teeth, body size and shape) and/or emotional development (e.g., of self-awareness, adaptive skills, social skills) [PS]

OPHEA Lesson Plans  

** Lesson plans can only be accessed via log in to the OPHEA website (see link above). 

(Home> Lesson Plans> H&PE Curriculum Resources> Grade 3> Understanding Healthy Relationships)

  • 3 PHYSICAL AND EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT
  • 4 HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS AND DEVELOPMENT

Additional resources/links:

Developmental assets.

In 1990, Search Institute released a framework of Developmental Assets, which identifies a set of skills, experiences, relationships, and behaviors that enable young people to develop into successful and contributing adults. 

Lions Quest

Canadian site that addresses and provides resources related to developmental assets.

Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit Positive Mental Health Resources

Best Start is a resource center for maternal newborn and early child development.

 

H&PE C3.3 describe how visible differences (e.g., skin, hair, and eye colour, facial features, body size and shape, physical aids or different physical abilities, clothing, possessions) and invisible differences (e.g., learning abilities, skills and talents, personal or cultural values and beliefs, gender identity, sexual orientation, family background, personal preferences, allergies and sensitivities) make each person unique, and identify ways of showing respect for differences in others [PS, IS]

OPHEA Lesson Plans 

** Lesson plans can only be accessed via log in to the OPHEA website (see link above). 

(Home> Lesson Plans> H&PE Curriculum Resources> Grade 3> Understanding Healthy Relationships)

  • 2 RESPECTING VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE DIFFERENCES
  • 4 HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS AND DEVELOPMENT

Fully Alive

Family Life Education, as it is represented in Fully Alive, is intended to pass on a distinctively Catholic view of human life, sexuality, marriage, and family. Its goal is to complement the efforts of families and to support what parents are doing at home. The entire program, from Grades 1 through Grade 8 is designed to encourage children to become the people God wants them to be -- to be fully alive.

Additional resources/links:

Suggested resource for LGBTQ language appropriate for young children: Welcoming Schools

HRC Foundation's Welcoming Schools is the nation's premier professional development program dedicated to creating respectful and supportive elementary schools by embracing family diversity, creating LGBTQ- and gender-inclusive schools, preventing bias-based bullying, and supporting transgender and non-binary students

LGBTQ 101 Playing Game – “Cootie catcher” game to address LGBTQ issues

This edition of ReCAPP focuses on working with young children and helping to promote healthy attitudes toward their physical development and sexuality. Educators and other adults can consciously pass on certain messages that will help young children develop self-esteem and positive attitudes toward sexuality as well as encourage responsibility for their personal health.

Alberta Health resource for teachersLesson plans to address personal space, talk & trust, and relationships including friendships and dating/sexual relationships

British Columbia: Healthy Families BC

This website is part of the provincial health promotion plan to encourage healthier choices at every stage of life.  This specific section, “Five Ways to Well-Being” talks about being emotionally and physically well.

 


Connection au curriculum

ÉP&S C1.3 identifier des caractéristiques de relations interpersonnelles saines et inclusives (p. ex., des relations basées sur l’honnêteté, le respect mutuel, l’écoute active, le partage, l’inclusion et l’acceptation des différences) ainsi que les moyens pour surmonter des défis qu’elles peuvent nous présenter (p. ex., appuyer les personnes qui vivent des moments difficiles; s’affirmer face à des taquineries; rechercher l’aide d’une personne de confiance dans des situations d’intimidation, d’abus ou de relations malsaines; savoir résister aux pressions des pairs; inviter ceux et celles qui ont plus de difficulté à s’intégrer aux activités lors des récréations). [HI]

OPHEA

Depuis 1921, Ophea assure la promotion de la santé et de l’apprentissage des enfants et des jeunes en Ontario. Ophea est animé par la vision que tous les enfants et les jeunes valorisent et jouissent des bienfaits d’un mode de vie sain et actif qu’ils conserveront pendant toute leur à vie.

OPHEA Plans de Leçons  

** Les plans de leçon ne peuvent être consultés que par connexion au site Web d'OPHEA (voir le lien ci-dessus).

(Accueil> Plans de leçons> Ressources d’appui d’ÉPS : élémentaire> 3e année> Comprendre les relations saines)

  • 1 LES RELATIONS SAINES ET LES DIFFICULTÉS DANS LES RELATIONS INTERPERSONNELLES
  • 4 RELATIONS SAINES ET DÉVELOPMENT SAIN

ÉP&S C1.4 identifier des facteurs (p. ex., sommeil, alimentation, activité physique, hérédité, capacité d’adaptation, concept de soi, environnement, maladie, influence des pairs) qui influencent son développement physique (p. ex., cheveux, taille, peau, forme du corps, yeux) et émotionnel (p. ex., sens d’appartenance, humeur, estime de soi).

OPHEA Plans de Leçons  

** Les plans de leçon ne peuvent être consultés que par connexion au site Web d'OPHEA (voir le lien ci-dessus).

(Accueil> Plans de leçons> Ressources d’appui d’ÉPS : élémentaire> 3e année> Comprendre les relations saines)

  • 3 DÉVELOPPEMENT PHYSIQUE ET ÉMOTIONNEL
  • 4 RELATIONS SAINES ET DÉVELOPPEMENT SAIN

Ressources additionnels/liens :

Meilleur départ

Le centre de ressources sur la maternité, les nouveau-nés et le développement des jeunes enfants.

ÉP&S C3.3 expliquer comment on peut respecter les différences visibles (p. ex., couleur de la peau, des cheveux et des yeux; traits faciaux, morphologie, aides à la mobilité, aptitudes physiques, habillement, possessions) et invisibles (p. ex., capacité d’apprentissage, habiletés et talents, valeurs personnelles et culturelles et croyances, identité de genre, orientation sexuelle, antécédents familiaux, préférences personnelles, allergies et intolérances) pour apprécier le fait que chaque personne est unique. [HP, HI]

OPHEA  Plans de Leçons 

** Les plans de leçon ne peuvent être consultés que par connexion au site Web d'OPHEA (voir le lien ci-dessus).

(Accueil> Plans de leçons> Ressources d’appui d’ÉPS : élémentaire> 3e année> Comprendre les relations saines)

  • 2 RESPECTER LES DIFFÉRENCES VISIBLES ET INVISIBLES
  • 4 RELATIONS SAINES ET DÉVELOPPEMENT SAIN

Vivre Pleinement

Pearson Canada travaille actuellement sur une version numérique de Fullly Alive qui a été traduite en français pour les conseils catholiques français de l'Ontario. Le programme sera disponible en 2017

Ressources additionnels/liens :

Province d’Alberta plans de leçons qui incluent, l’espace personnel, les relations amitié, relations amoureuses et sexuelles.
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