What coins make…
Working with smaller values- Not all pictures are uploaded so click the PDF link (blue underlined) for the full pack.
I can identify different ways to make up to 10p
This pack can be used with real coins.
I can identify coins updated
This resource we print and laminate. At the end of the booklet there are pages with duplicates that can be attached via velcro or blu tak for repeated use.
This could be used as part of a bigger discussion or lesson on consent.
As a society, we are becoming more aware of the importance of recognising feelings and emotions. It is crucial we support our young people in their understanding of this.
It is okay to feel angry. It is okay to feel sad. It is okay to feel tired. It is okay to feel cranky. By focusing on feelings and emotions as positive and negative, it encourages us to push down ‘negative feelings’. This can cause problems later in life. It is okay to laugh and it is okay to cry. By exploring emotions and feelings, allows us to develop emotional maturity which improves mental wellbeing.
Feelings are okay
Most people now accept that all behaviour is communication. When looking at responses to stress, it is important to recognises that our interpretation of behaviour is not always accurate. This is by no means a complete list, but it gives us another building block to support development of understanding.
Fight flight freeze comply responses
fight flight freeze comply
Based on GIRFEC wellbeing resources, we have created a visualised My World Triangle. See the Scottish Government website for more details. ( https://www.gov.scot/publications/shanarri/ )
My world triangle
Understanding how executive functioning can impact us differently allows us opportunities to develop our own understanding and empathy of others. By recognising that executive functioning can result in positive and negative outcomes, allows us to better understand and support one another.
Executive functioning home school society