This lesson plan is an overview of the six dimensions or areas of an individual's life that make up their overall health- "environmental, intellectual, emotional, physical, social and spiritual." One event in your life can affect all parts of your wellness. When one part of your wellness wheel is not working, the less balanced your health may be. The wheel may look simple, but the wheel represents your life and well-being. 4 activities, clip art, printables, no prep needed.
Covered in the lesson is:
How the "wellness wheel" represents our wellness as a whole
The "key benefits" of maintaining a balanced lifestyle
What the Wellness Wheel teaches us about creating well-being
In depth information of each of the six dimensions; "environmental, intellectual, emotional, physical, social and spiritual.
Activity of ASSESSING YOUR WELLNESS-underline the statements that best describe your wellness choices
Activity of coloring in what percentage of each wellness components in the "wellness wheel;" to the percentage that you think you have achieved wellness in that component
Activity of evaluating your own wellness by writing down one or two factors positively and negatively affecting each dimension
Writing prompt of writing about which "wellness component" you need to work on the most to improve your overall health and wellness
Store: Health is Elementary