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Curriculum

Monday

Complete the daily workout.

Tuesday

Wednesday

 

Thursday

Friday - PSHE

Start with a discussion about the things we can do to help us get better if we're unwell, e.g. rest, sleep, drink plenty of fluids.

Then discuss these questions about medicines:

  • What is a medicine? (Something which can be given to help make somebody feel better.  A medicine often only helps treat the symptoms of an illness, rather than the illness itself. The body is pretty good at recovering from most illnesses by itself!)
  • How do people take medicines? (Tablets that are swallowed, liquids that are measured in a special spoon and swallowed, creams or ointments that are rubbed onto the skin. Less commonly inhaled - breathed in.)
  • How would someone feel if they took too much medicine? (They could feel very poorly.) 
  • How would someone feel if they took the wrong medicine? (Again they could feel very poorly.)
  • Why do adults need to look after medicines? (To make sure they were kept in a safe place and taken properly.)
  • Who would normally look after your medicine at home? (Parent/carer.) 

Play the game Help Tania Get Better!

If you have a printer, make a copy of this board game (you could stick it onto card, to make it stronger), then find a dice, plus some counters to move round the board - coins will do.

If you don't have a printer, play the game on the screen. Use a dice to move around the on-screen board. Your child can be given the job of keeping note where each of you is on the board!

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