Free lesson plans, worksheets, activities, games and resources to teach kids about alcohol's affect on the developing brain. If you're a teacher, counselor or school admin, these free resources (including free printables) align to standards and are a fun addition to your science and health themes in the classroom. Specifically geared towards 5th and 6th graders, this unit also includes videos and tips for parents to help elementary school and middle school students say no to underage drinkin...
Nutrition and Health LessonThis is 2 pages of reading, 1 page quiz, and and answer key for the teacher.The reading takes the students through a rudimentary chart explaining the common vitamins and minerals, their uses, and where found in foods. The lesson goes on to explain about Proteins, Fiber, and Simple and Complex carbohydrates.There is a quiz for testing the reading.
4 Rationale: A diagram for the basic understanding of a nutrition guide (food label). Characteristic: Builds personal competence, social competence, and self efficacy by addressing skills. Citation: Martin-Biggers, J., Alleman, G., Bredbenner, C. B., Hongu, N., & Wororbey, J. (2015). Preschooler Parents and Portion Sizes. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, 47(4). doi:10.1016/j.jneb.2015.04.160
This is a set of activities to go along with the HBO documentary, Warning: This Drug May Kill You. The documentary in available online at HBOgo, Amazon, and (at the time of posting) on youtube. This is an engrossing documentary about the opioid epidemic that will challenge many student's preconceived notions about drug addiction and prescription drug abuse.
This resource is designed to be used with any episode of A&E's Intervention, many of which are available online for free. Most students will find the episodes engaging and informative. This active viewer's guide will help students focus and keep track of the information they learn in the episode.