Building strong foundations: what to teach for foundational education for health and well-being

Toolkits & Guides
New York
39 p.

The Building strong foundations briefs provide evidence-based guidance on foundational education for health and well-being in primary schools. They serve as a roadmap for education stakeholders to help children learn about health and well-being early on, equipping them with the knowledge and skills needed to navigate their evolving needs and building strong foundations for healthy and thriving lives.The present document is the second of four briefs. It provides practical tips and insights on integrating core thematic concepts for health and well-being into the curriculum, including concrete examples of learning objectives for lower primary (ages 5 to 8) and upper primary (ages 9 to 12) curricula.

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