Waves Of Wellbeing – Sea Nettle Jellyfish – Growing Up Animated Story No Text or Commentary

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Waves Of Wellbeing – Sea Nettle Jellyfish – Growing Up Animated Story No Text or Commentary

The next animated story in our Waves of Wellbeing series introduces you to the Sea Nettle Jellyfish, to help children understand the importance of growing up by thinking about the emotional changes they will experience during puberty.

Our animated story, with no narration, is brand new to our wellbeing series and combines a nature documentary-style story with our engaging animations. This version is great for younger audiences as it has removed the narration and text and allows you, the class teacher to tell the story using our differentiated script (which you can find inside your teacher pack – EYFS, KS1, LKS2, UKS2).
Follow Ruby, the diver as she explores the ocean floor, to help explore each week’s wellbeing theme.

Let our array of under the sea creatures teach the children about their amazing attributes that link to lots of different wellbeing themes, from coping with changes to understanding grief, to help improve wellbeing and give the children new skills. Download a range of resources to use at home or in the classroom.

As part of our #WellbeingWednesday campaign, we launched a BRAND NEW set of resources back in 2020, designed to give you everything you need to focus on health and wellbeing in school or at home for all 36 weeks of the school year, from Nursery through to year 6.
So far we have brought you the Monsters of Monster LaneThe Wellbeing Academy Superheroes, and our Wellbeing Flock.
Now Wellbeing Wednesday is back! With a brand new theme – the Waves of Wellbeing!

The perfect project to use at the start or the end of the day as a whole class, for small intervention groups, or why not use as a whole school campaign?

For even more amazing Waves of Wellbeing resources simply click the topic tags in the sidebar (or below the description if you’re browsing on a mobile).

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