Social Emotional Learning - Perseverance

Social Emotional Learning - Perseverance

Lesson 6 of 11 in this unit

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Lesson Summary

The animated series Bluey serves as a valuable tool in fostering children's development of imagination, curiosity, and social and emotional learning.

This lesson focuses on the capability of perseverance. Students will play games that encourage them to move their bodies in interesting ways and to keep trying even when faced with a challenge.

This suite of resources supports emotional and social learning and oral language development through a values framework. Each lesson uses intentional teaching strategies to develop a specific value. This lesson focuses on...

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

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

Learning intentions:

Students will...

  • understand what it means to keep sticking at something
  • know that failing once at something doesn't mean you give it up.

Success criteria:

Students can...

  • move their bodies in different ways
  • copy the movements of others
  • manipulate objects towards a goal using fine motor skills
  • keep trying even when success doesn't happen straight away.

Lesson guides and printables

Lesson Plan
The Zones of Emotional Regulation

Lesson details

Curriculum Mapping

Content Descriptions:

Foundation Health and Physical Education

  • Practise fundamental movement skills in minor game and play situations (AC9HPFM01)
  • Experiment with different ways of moving their body safely and manipulating objects and space (AC9HPFM02)

Year 1 - 2  Health and Physical Education

  • Practise fundamental movement skills and apply them in a variety of movement situations (AC9HP2M01)
  • Investigate different ways of moving their body, and manipulating objects and space, and draw conclusions about their effectiveness (AC9HP2M02)

Syllabus outcomes: MOES1.4, GSES1.8, GYES1.10, GSS1.8, GYS1.10

General capabilities: Critical and Creative Thinking, Personal and Social Capabilities.

Relevant parts of Foundation Health and Physical Education achievement standards:  Students apply fundamental movement skills to manipulate objects and space in a range of movement situations

Relevant parts of Year 1 - 2 Health and Physical Education achievement standards: Students apply fundamental movement skills in different movement situations and explain how they move with objects and in space effectively.

Level of teacher scaffolding: Low - Teacher demonstrates activities for students to independently attempt.

Resources Required

  • Chairs
  • Chopsticks or popsicle sticks
  • Container
  • Hat
  • Marbles or small tokens
  • Playing cards
  • Recycled plastic water bottles
  • Spoons
  • Tables

Additional Info

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

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