Physical
Occupational
Spiritual
Emotional
Social
100

Name three ways to practice physical wellness

What are sleep, exercise, sports, healthy habits, nutrition, healthy choices, hygiene, physical activity, etc.?

100

One example of occupational wellness

What are:

Play, learning, chores, jobs, hobbies, interests, talents, self-care etc.?

100

Two examples of spiritual wellness

What are:

Beliefs, values, culture, mindfulness, finding peace, joy in daily tasks, etc.?

100

Name one way to demonstrate emotional wellness

What is/are:

Managing emotions, emotional regulation, positive attitude, growth mindset, mindfulness, gratitude, etc.?

100

One way to practice social wellness

What is resolving conflicts, communication, tolerance, empathy, relationships, awareness of others?

200

Explain your heart rate

What is a measure of your heart's beats per minute (BPM) or the speed of the pumping of blood throughout the body?

200

Name one of Mrs. Handy's hobbies/interests.

200

Mandalas can be a helpful tool to find peace and joy.  Tell us what they are and how to use them

What are drawings that represent feelings, moods, creativity using colors, shapes, and designs?

200

Name an emotion you might feel if someone takes your phone

What is/are:

Anger, frustration, fear, sadness, etc?

200
Describe how to solve a conflict/problem

What are conflict resolution strategies?  Including mediation, telling your side of the story, hearing the other person's side of the story, brainstorming solutions, trying new ways to overcome

300

Describe what downtime does for your brain

What is it gives your brain a break to sort out, link, transfer, store information?  Doing nothing is something

300

A guest speaker this semester and their connection to wellness

Who was/were:

Ms. Lisa Smith, Ms. Jessica Bart, Dr. Wilson, Mr. Louis Morphew, Ms. Chris Strater, Mr. Kenny Webb, Ms. Soy Chung, Ms. Anna, Mr. Romero?


300

Explain a tradition in your family

What is?  Give an example

300

Name three things you are grateful for

What are?

300

Tell three characteristics of a healthy relationship

What are:

Communication, respect, conflict resolution, kindness, empathy, perspective taking, etc.?

400

A tabata is a specific type of physical exercise.  Explain how it works and what a graph of your HR would look like if you were doing it accurately

What is intervals of 20 sec high intensity and 10 sec of rest repeated 8 times?  the graph would look like peaks and valleys

400

A practice to get your mind and body synched and ready for learning

What is self-regulation?

400

Describe mindfulness and give one example

What is paying attention to the present moment, on purpose, without judgement?

Seeing, tasting, listening, touching, moving, smelling...


400

Change this fixed mindset thinking into growth mindset thinking:

"I can't do a push up, I am so weak."

What is:

I can practice and get stronger.

I just don't have it yet.

If I build my muscle strength little by little I can probably get it.

400

At Central Rec Center describe how you would practice social wellness

What is sharing equipment, leaving the facility clean, putting your gear where it belongs, not using your phone, following rules, saying please/thank you, treating facility with respect, supporting others, kindness to classmates, offering help, holding doors, etc.

500

Name two neurotransmitters supported by physical activity

What is/are dopamine, serotonin, oxytocin, endorphins?

500

Name three ways to self-regulate

What are:

Deep breathing, exercise, mindfulness practice, positive self talk, downtime, sleep, squeeze pressure, etc.?

500

Explain how using the idea of perspective can change the way you think

What is perspective lets you see things from a different space or in a different way?  It can help you understand yourself and others points of view.

500

Name three ways the brain can respond/react to emotions

What are function, flight, fight or freeze?

500

If you are struggling with your life where can you find resources - name five people or places

What are school, counselors, home, parents, trusting adult, suicide hotline, doctor, church, teacher, sibling, etc.?

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