Building Social Emotional Learning - Responsibility

Building Social Emotional Learning - Responsibility

Activity 11 of 11 in this unit

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  • Early Learning
  • Social
  • Social and Emotional Learning
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Activity Summary

The animated series Bluey serves as a valuable tool in fostering children's development of imagination, curiosity, and social and emotional learning. This activity uses intentional teaching strategies to focus on the capability of responsibility. Children will explore their emotions, investigating what different emotions look like and feel like. As they match their emotions to the Zones of Emotion Regulation chart, they discover they can help control their emotions and become responsible for their mood. It’s a positive approach to feelings and emotions that everyone can use.

Learning intentions:

This suite of resources has been designed to provide opportunities for children to explore social and emotional learning through imaginative play and also supports oral language development through a values framework. Each activity uses intentional teaching strategies to develop a specific value. This activity focuses on...

Click here for a full list of the values that underpin these activities.

This activity showcases a Bluey episode, which can be viewed on ClickView or iview.

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Lesson Plan
The Zones of Emotional Regulation

Activity details

Curriculum Mapping

EYLF Learning Outcomes:

Learning Outcome 3: Children have a strong sense of wellbeing

  • 3.1 Children become strong in their social and emotional wellbeing
  • 3.2 Children take increasing responsibility for their own health and physical wellbeing

Resources Required

  • Copy of the Zones of Emotion Regulation chart
  • Device capable of presenting a video to children
  • Four large pieces of coloured fabric, scarves, towels or flags (red, blue, green and yellow).

Additional Info

This is not an official Bluey lesson. Cool.org does not have an official partnership with Bluey.

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