Grade 7 | Ophea Teaching Tools

    Grade 7

    The H&PE Curriculum Resources were designed to support the implementation of the H&PE Curriculum.

    • New for September 2019: Healthy Eating lesson plans that address the healthy eating component of the 2019 Elementary H&PE curriculum, as well as the revised Canada’s Food Guide.
    • In development: As new content is developed, units will be added to the H&PE Elementary website and indicated by a green box around the unit icon.

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    Lesson plans that support the implementation of the 2019 H&PE Curriculum

    Use the following chart as a guide to determine how existing units may be used as reference for addressing curriculum expectations within the 2019 H&PE Curriculum.

    2015 H&PE Curriculum Codes

    2019 H&PE Curriculum Codes

    1. Living Skills

    A1. Social emotional Learning Skills*

    Active Living

    A1. Active Participation

    A2. Physical Fitness

    A3. Safety

    Active Living

    B1. Active Participation

    B2. Physical Fitness

    B3. Safety

    Movement Competence: Skills, Concepts and Strategies

    B1. Movement Skills and Concepts

    B2. Movement Strategies

    Movement Competence: Skills, Concepts and Strategies

    C1. Movement Skills and Concepts

    C2. Movement Strategies

    Healthy Living

    C1. Understanding Health Concepts

    C2. Making Healthy Choices

    C3. Making Connections for Healthy Living

    Healthy Living

    D1. Understanding Health Concepts

    D2. Making Healthy Choices

    D3. Making Connections for Healthy Living

    **Mental Health

    Learning about mental health is integrated within the four topics in the Healthy Living Stand.

    ** Mental Health

    Learning about mental health and well-being [continues to be] a part of the learning related to all of the health topics in addition to the Inclusion of new expectations on mental health literacy; The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 1-8 Health and Physical Education, 2019

    * “In the social-emotional learning skills, educators will recognize many concepts from the Living Skills of the previous health and physical education curriculum. The social-emotional learning skills update the living skills in ways that benefit students’ mental health and healthy development, as evidenced by current research.” The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 1-8 Health and Physical Education, 2019

    Healthy Living

    Fitness Building Activities

    Indoor and Outdoor Games

    Movement Exploration