D3. Making Connections for Healthy Living:
demonstrate the ability to make connections that relate to health and well-being – how their choices and behaviours affect both themselves and others, and how factors in the world around them affect their own and others’ health and well-being.
demonstrate an understanding of how to stay safe and avoid injuries to themselves and others in a variety of situations, using knowledge about potential risks at home, in the community, when online, and outdoors (e.g., items or situations that could lead to poisoning, slips, falls, fire, or injury, including injuries from household products, medicines, kitchen tools and equipment, unstable furniture, candles, toys; road, water, and playground hazards; the danger of landing on websites that are not age-appropriate; weather and sun hazards) [A1.5 Self, 1.6 Thinking]
identify habits and behaviours (e.g., excessive screen time or video game usage, smoking, vaping) that can be detrimental to health, and explain how people can be encouraged to adopt healthier alternatives [A1.2 Coping, 1.5 Self, 1.6 Thinking]
demonstrate an understanding that a person’s thoughts, emotions, and actions can affect mental health [A1.6 Thinking]