Prescribed Learning Outcomes for Healthy Relationships Level: K to 3

Prescribed Learning Outcomes in Health and Career Education (HACE)

The Healthy Living Performance Standards represent selected PLO’s at these grade levels. A complete list of PLO’s can be found at Health and Career Education

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Goals and Decisions

  • A2 identify sources of support and assistance for children at school

Healthy Living

  • C1 identify practices that contribute to health, including healthy eating, regular physical activity, emotional health practices, and disease prevention practices

Healthy Relationships

  • C2 identify thoughtful, caring behaviours in families (e.g., nurture, guidance, love)
  • C3 demonstrate an understanding of appropriate ways to express feelings
  • C4 differentiate between positive and negative behaviours in relationships

Goals and Decisions

  • A2 identify sources of support for children while at school and in the community (e.g., teachers, elders, block parents, police officers)

Healthy Living

  • C1 identify practices that contribute to health, including healthy eating, regular physical activity, and emotional health practices

Healthy Relationships

  • C3 identify ways families provide support and nurturing for growth and development (e.g., encouragement, advice, affection, sharing)
  • C4 demonstrate an understanding of appropriate and inappropriate ways to express feelings (e.g., appropriate – using “I feel” statements; inappropriate – name-calling, hitting)
  • C5 differentiate between positive and negative behaviours in friendships (e.g., positive – sharing, listening; negative – teasing, excluding)
  • C6 describe strategies for dealing with common interpersonal conflicts (e.g., taking turns, going to an adult or third party for help)

Goals and Decisions

  • A2 identify opportunities to make decisions (e.g., healthy eating choices, recess activities)

Healthy Living

  • C1 describe practices that contribute to physical and emotional health (e.g., regular physical activity, healthy eating, healthy relationships)

Healthy Relationships

  • C4 describe appropriate strategies for communicating effectively with others (e.g., active listening, willingness to express feelings)
  • C5 identify positive ways to initiate and maintain healthy friendships

Goals and Decisions

  • A2 identify sources of support for children in a variety of situations (e.g., parents, teachers, elders, library, bus drivers, block parents)

Healthy Living

  • C1 describe practices that contribute to physical and emotional health (e.g., regular physical activity, healthy eating, talking to a trusted friend or adult when feeling sad or confused)

Healthy Relationships

  • C4 describe skills for building and maintaining positive relationships (e.g., communication skills, interpersonal skills)
  • C5 describe the nature and consequences of various forms of bullying behaviour, including the potential effects on those who are bullied and the potential consequences for students who bully