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This week The Mysterious Egg has found itself at the South Pole, where we are going to meet Panuk the Penguin of the People, this week’s Wellbeing bird.
During Week Ten we will meet Panuk the Penguin of the People
“Learn about community and being a part of something bigger than yourself”
Don’t forget, just like our Superhero term of Wellbeing, all of our animations for this term will be totally free, available to view on YouTube and Vimeo.
This week our Mysterious Egg has found itself at the South Pole, where we are going to meet Panuk the Penguin of the People.
Panuk helps to teach our egg all about being part of a lovingcommunity and being a part of something bigger than yourself.
Find out more by watching our FREE animation below.
This week our amazing journal activity and task card are brilliant ways to further explore the idea of being part of a community.
Our journal works to get the children thinking about the bigger picture surrounding their actions and how they may affect or benefit the community at large.
Our task card is a brillaint resource to use with the whole class.
The photo prompts are a perfect place to start disccusing community spirit and how it can be affected by negative behaviour
In this week’s E-Book, we meet Panuk the Penguin of the People.
Panuk’s E-Book helps to teach kids the importance of community, with a focus on identity and belonging.
There are two differentiated E-Books available; one for Early Years & KS1 and the other is written for both lower as well as upper KS2.
Each week our fantastic teacher guides are here to lend a hand when planning out your lessons
They’re available for EYFS, KS1, Lower KS2 as well as Upper KS2.
Each of these individual teacher guides will include:
- What the children will learn
- Vocabulary & Questions
- The teaching and learning sequence
- A brief overview
- Resources needed, both for this week and the following week
A great way to get involved in your local community is by partaking in any Local Clean-Up meetings going on in the area local to your school.
If there aren’t any in your local area, why not set up one yourself and publicise it on your schools’ website or social media page.
Working together as a team to clean up the local area of rubbish or work together to promote ideas of how to keep the local area clean.
Eco-awareness is a great starting place for introducing kids to the power of community.
An idea that I came across was creating drop-off boxes for expired batteries, light bulbs, and other harder-to-recycle items to place in areas local to your school; such as any shops or community centres.
Make sure to create some fantastic looking posters to advertise where the boxes are for your local area.
Alongside all of these amazing resources, we also have some brand new, additional resources available which can be used to enhance your teaching even further!
Our stunning looking Display Focus provides you with the resources you need to make your well-being display the best it can be; including a wall display, character passports that are differentiated for EYFS/KS1 & Lower and Upper KS2, all of which relate to that week’s individual theme!
Along with all of these, there are large mindful colouring sheets featuring Panuk and a set of differentiated quotes and statements all about community.
Perfect for children to unleash their creativity!Visit Panuk’s Resource ‘Hub’ Now!