Here is the Health and Wellbeing Challenge for this week.
This activity is designed to help your child develop his/her knowledge, skills and confidence to help them respond safely to risks they may encounter online.
- I am aware of and able to express my feelings and am developing the ability to talk about them.
- I can show ways of getting help in unsafe situations and emergencies.
Activity 1: Quiz time!
Rewatch Jessie & Friends Episode 2: Sharing Pictures at
If you have access to a printer, print the Sharing Pictures quiz and ask your child to fill it in with your support.
No printer? Read the questions and answer choices out loud and ask your child to tell you the answers.
After finishing the quiz, talk to your child about how sometimes things that happen online can make us feel worried, scared or sad – just like Jessie, Tia and Mo in this episode. Tell them that if anything ever worries or upsets them, they can always come to you or another trusted adult for help, no matter what.
Activity 2: Draw what makes you feel happy!
Jessie, Tia and Mo love playing superheroes – it makes them feel happy.
Take a sheet of blank paper and help your child fold it into quarters. Open the paper up again. There are now four spaces on the paper.
In each space, ask your child to draw themselves doing something that makes them feel happy – a total of four different activities. These could be things they like to do on their own, or activities they enjoy with friends or family.
They can write what they are doing under each picture if they’d like.
Remember – we’d love to see your work!
P2 teachers & Miss McDermott