Year 4 - Health and Physical Education

For teachers of Year 4 Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education. The Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA) has put together this Pinterest board to assist teachers to plan, teach, assess, and report using free quality digital curriculum resources.
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Look at how the human body uses insulin to control blood sugar level. Find out how people are affected by high or low blood sugar levels. Learn how different types of diabetes can be prevented or treated. Test your knowledge by matching words with their meanings. This learning object is one in a series of 12 objects.

Look at how the human body uses insulin to control blood sugar level. Find out how people are affected by high or low blood sugar levels. Learn how different types of diabetes can be prevented or treated. Test your knowledge by matching words with their meanings. This learning object is one in a series of 12 objects.

NRL Wellbeing - This is a set of seven lesson plans and a video about how students can enhance their physical and mental wellbeing and value it in their lives. The resource focuses on eating for wellbeing, the need for hydration and sufficient sleep, healthy lifestyles and physical activity, keeping safe, and belonging.

NRL Wellbeing - This is a set of seven lesson plans and a video about how students can enhance their physical and mental wellbeing and value it in their lives. The resource focuses on eating for wellbeing, the need for hydration and sufficient sleep, healthy lifestyles and physical activity, keeping safe, and belonging.

Year 4 Health and Physical Education - Australian Curriculum. By the end of Year 4, students recognise strategies for managing change. They identify influences that strengthen identities. They investigate how emotional responses vary and understand how to interact positively with others in a variety of situations. Students interpret health messages and discuss the influences on healthy and safe choices. They understand the benefits of being healthy and physically active...

Year 4 Health and Physical Education - Australian Curriculum. By the end of Year 4, students recognise strategies for managing change. They identify influences that strengthen identities. They investigate how emotional responses vary and understand how to interact positively with others in a variety of situations. Students interpret health messages and discuss the influences on healthy and safe choices. They understand the benefits of being healthy and physically active...

Netiquette and online protocols - C2C Health and Physical Education Year 4 Unit 4 -- In this teaching unit, students examine and interpret health information about cybersafety, cyberbullying and online protocols. They describe and apply strategies that can be used in online situations that make them feel uncomfortable or unsafe. They explore the importance of demonstrating respect and empathy in online relationships.

Netiquette and online protocols - C2C Health and Physical Education Year 4 Unit 4 -- In this teaching unit, students examine and interpret health information about cybersafety, cyberbullying and online protocols. They describe and apply strategies that can be used in online situations that make them feel uncomfortable or unsafe. They explore the importance of demonstrating respect and empathy in online relationships.

Bat, catch, howzat! - C2C Health and Physical Education Year 4 Unit 3 -- In this teaching unit, students apply strategies for working cooperatively and apply rules fairly. They demonstrate refined striking/fielding skills and concepts in active play and games. They will apply skills, concepts and strategies to solve movement challenges in striking/fielding games.

Bat, catch, howzat! - C2C Health and Physical Education Year 4 Unit 3 -- In this teaching unit, students apply strategies for working cooperatively and apply rules fairly. They demonstrate refined striking/fielding skills and concepts in active play and games. They will apply skills, concepts and strategies to solve movement challenges in striking/fielding games.

Health channels - C2C Health and Physical Education Year 4 Unit 3 -- In this teaching unit, students examine different sources of health information and how to interpret them with regard to accuracy. They identify health messages and the methods they use to influence decisions. They look at smoking as a case study of how health messages change over time. Students apply decision-making skills to different health scenarios.

Health channels - C2C Health and Physical Education Year 4 Unit 3 -- In this teaching unit, students examine different sources of health information and how to interpret them with regard to accuracy. They identify health messages and the methods they use to influence decisions. They look at smoking as a case study of how health messages change over time. Students apply decision-making skills to different health scenarios.

Culture in Australia: Positive interactions - C2C Health and Physical Education Year 4 Unit 2. In this teaching unit, students participate in partner and group activities to explore the communication skills of respect and empathy and how they support positive interactions. They investigate how heritage and culture contribute to identity. This package includes a unit plan, topic outlines and a video to help teachers unpack the content as well as resources, an assessment task and...

Culture in Australia: Positive interactions - C2C Health and Physical Education Year 4 Unit 2. In this teaching unit, students participate in partner and group activities to explore the communication skills of respect and empathy and how they support positive interactions. They investigate how heritage and culture contribute to identity. This package includes a unit plan, topic outlines and a video to help teachers unpack the content as well as resources, an assessment task and...

Athletic spectacle - C2C Health and Physical Education Year 4 Unit 2. In this teaching unit, students create an athletic-themed sequence using fundamental movement skills and elements of movement. They perform running, jumping and throwing sequences in authentic situations. This package includes a unit plan, topic outlines and a video to help teachers unpack the content as well as resources, an assessment task and guide to making judgments, teacher notes and a model response.

Athletic spectacle - C2C Health and Physical Education Year 4 Unit 2. In this teaching unit, students create an athletic-themed sequence using fundamental movement skills and elements of movement. They perform running, jumping and throwing sequences in authentic situations. This package includes a unit plan, topic outlines and a video to help teachers unpack the content as well as resources, an assessment task and guide to making judgments, teacher notes and a model response.

Making healthy choices - C2C Health and Physical Education Year 4 Unit 1. In this teaching unit, students identify strategies to keep healthy and improve fitness. They explore the Australian guide to healthy eating and the five food groups. Students understand the importance of a balanced diet and how health messages influence food choices. They create meal plans that reflect health messages.

Making healthy choices - C2C Health and Physical Education Year 4 Unit 1. In this teaching unit, students identify strategies to keep healthy and improve fitness. They explore the Australian guide to healthy eating and the five food groups. Students understand the importance of a balanced diet and how health messages influence food choices. They create meal plans that reflect health messages.

Superstars - C2C Health and Physical Education Year 4 Unit 1--In this teaching unit, there is a choice of two contexts: Splish splash and Criss cross. It is a school-based decision which context is selected. In Splish splash, students practise and refine fundamental movement skills to perform the swimming strokes of freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke, and solve aquatic challenges ...

Superstars - C2C Health and Physical Education Year 4 Unit 1--In this teaching unit, there is a choice of two contexts: Splish splash and Criss cross. It is a school-based decision which context is selected. In Splish splash, students practise and refine fundamental movement skills to perform the swimming strokes of freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke, and solve aquatic challenges ...

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