⭐️Year 4 Well-Being Day ⭐️

Wow! What a fantastic well-being day we have had in Year 4.

Well-being is an important part of our everyday lives. Well-being helps us to build our resilience, develop our physical well-being and improve our health.

The 5 ways to well-being are:
– Be aware of your surroundings and reflect on what you are feeling.
– Connect by building and maintaining positive relationships with others. Sharing positivity and being supportive will help increase confidence.
– Giving to others and being helpful.
– Keep on learning by setting challenges and learning new skills.
– Being active by getting regular exercise. Take part in an activity that you enjoy to increase your energy levels.

Mindfulness also helps our happiness, mindfulness, positive thinking and resilience skills.

Children have had so much fun participating in a range of activities, using skills and values such as teamwork, listening, sharing knowledge, communication, kindness, tenacity, respect, honesty, empathy and resilience. Take a look at Year 4’s well-being day fun below:

Active Maths:

Children worked in teams to learn how to divide a one and two digit number by 10 and 100. We used counters and jottings on the playground with challenge. Children demonstrated great teamwork, knowledge and resilience skills. Finally they took part in a relay race to develop physical skills and competition.

What happens when you divide numbers by 10 and 100? What are the digits worth in these numbers? 11.2, 3.9, 4.8, 24.8?

Golf:

We took part in a mini golf course. To begin with, children used basic skills and techniques such as developing grip and maintaining the correct posture. This helped to improve our precision skills, as we practiced our golf skills. Children worked in small groups to complete a mini golf obstacle course, using values such as communication, respect, tenacity and teamwork.

Football:

Students took advantage of the great space to play football on the all weather pitch. They were focusing on controlling the ball when it came to them, as well as using the 3 D’s of passing; Direction – make sure the pass is going closer to the goal, Distance – are our players close enough to pass to, Defenders – is the player you are passing to in space or close to defenders.

Positive Characteristics:

We played a guessing game in which we had to wear a ‘hat’ with the name of a known character on it and others described their characteristics for us to guess who we were. We also explored ‘what makes us great’ and how we all have positive characteristics.

Cooking:

We had great fun making strawberry meringue kisses!

We hope you have had lots of fun, working together as a team and learning lots of new skills. Well done Year 4 for your hard work, efforts and contribution. 😃

Answer the questions below:

1) Which activity did you enjoy most and why?
2) Share three things you have learnt from today’s well-being day.
3) How are you going to ensure you include well-being into your day?
4) Which skills have you learnt/developed? How will you use these skills in the future?

13 thoughts on “⭐️Year 4 Well-Being Day ⭐️

  1. If u divide by 10 it moves 1 place to the right but if u divide by 100 it moves two places to the right

    1)football

    2)how to cook how to play mini golf and measuring skils

    3)i had more fun

    4)foot ball skills

  2. 1) Which activity did you enjoy most and why?
    I enjoyed making the meringue’s because cooking is my favorite subject.
    2) Share three things you have learnt from today’s well-being day.
    I have learnt not to give up, teamwork and to feel good about yourself.
    3) How are you going to ensure you include well-being into your day?
    To do sports and go outside for a run.
    4) Which skills have you learnt/developed? How will you use these skills in the future?
    I will use teamwork when I am working in a team. I will not give up in the things I do. I will still feel good about myself when I am angry or depressed.

  3. 1) Which activity did you enjoy most and why?
    I enjoyed cooking because I like cooking.
    2) Share three things you have learnt from today’s well-being day.
    I leant how to be kind and now how to do maths.
    3) How are you going to ensure you include well-being into your day?
    I could run around the hole weather pitch.
    4) Which skills have you learnt/developed? How will you use these skills in the future?I know how to divide by 10 in the future

  4. 1)my favourite part of well-being day was football because i was a really good goalie!
    2)i have learnt my football skills, my baking and measuring skills!
    3)i could could run around and jog even meditate to assure my well-being!
    4)the skills i learned is maths!

  5. 1)My favourite was football
    2)
    I learnt how to play football
    I learnt how to bake meringue
    I learnt how to play mini golf
    3)I played football to make my legs get stronger.
    4)I developed my football skills.

  6. 1. The activity that was my favourite was cooking because ei got to eat a new kind of treat which was very yummy.
    2. I learned new cooking skill like measuring. I also learned that people have different emotions.
    3. I could run around jog and do mediation to assure my wellbeing day.
    4. The skills I learned is maths and if you know how to divide by 10 it can help you in the future.

  7. 1) Which activity did you enjoy most and why?
    I enjoyed every minute of the day.
    2) Share three things you have learnt from today’s well-being day.
    How to make strawberry meringue kisses, how to play football and how to divide by 100 and or 10.
    3) How are you going to ensure you include well-being into your day?
    By being more active.
    4) Which skills have you learnt/developed? How will you use these skills in the future?
    How to divide by 10 and or 100 and I can use this to help me when I am shopping.

  8. 1. The activity that was my favourite was cooking because ei got to eat a new kind of treat which was very yummy.
    2. I learned new cooking skill like measuring. I also learned that people have different emotions.
    3. I could run around jog and do mediation to assure my wellbeing day.
    4. The skills I learned is maths and if you know how to divide by 10 it can help you in the future.

    • 1. I enjoyed the football and the baking because the football u get more energy and the cooking u know how to cook

      2. I learn new cooking skills, football and golf

      3. I can jog alot and its fun to be happy!

      4. The skills i have learned is golf because i used to not know how i play it but i do now!

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