Health Curriculum K-6
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Health Curriculum Standards are addressed by a combination of the classroom teacher, Nurse, Adjustment Counselor, and PE teacher
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Standards K123456
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Safety & Injury PreventionSafety rules, where injuries happen, routines for safety,refusal skills, who to trust and unsafe touch.Careless & careful behavior, actions have consequences, being responsible, fire safety, private body parts, caring for your body, and yell and tell.Safe vs unsafe, rules and laws, common hazards, emergencies and getting help, respect for danger, refusal skills, and types of touch.Safety at home, fire safety, safe environment, assertivness, concepts of risk, turning unsafe into safe, responsibility.Things that hurt your body, privacy, common sense, danger, trusting an adult, consequences of not telling.First aid, helping others, major vs minor emergencies, locating resources, and decision making skills.First aid, sports injury prevention, respect, importance of communication, and sexual harrassment.
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NutritionRole of food, healthy choices, how food travels through your body, food into energy.Role of food, healthy choices, how food travels through the body, food for energy.Role of nutrients, food groups, classifying food, healthful snacks, goals at home, and good breakfast.Understanding nutrients, digestion, food labels, thinking affects eating habits, ranking foods for energy, and responsible choices.Digestive process, calories, meal planning, refusal skills, eating and exercise, eating disorders.Nutrition in community, growth changes nutritional needs, preventing illness and disease, individual and family values related to food.Personal nutrition goals, healthy and unhealthy reasons for eating, dietary guidelines, responsible food patterns, and responsible choices.
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Reproductive/SexualityGrowing and changing, compare and contrast different bodies, you are special at every stage, and family similarities and differences.Growth and development cycle, muscles and bones, understanding differences and similarities.Needs of growth, babies to adults, being patient, we all grow differently.Role of genes, preventing discrimination, pride in differences, and consequences if everyone is alike.Hormones and body changes, meaning of growing up physically and emotionally, decision making, managing change, good hygiene, value of keeping clean, and puberty.Growing up, role of hormones, endocrine system, biological differences between boys and girls, maturing as an adolecent, puberty, and responsiblity.Growing continues, stages of growth from conception to birth, routine body care, and the difficulties of physical and emotional growth, puberty, sex, and being responsible.
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Growth & Development5 senses, basic body parts and signals.Body parts and functions, speaking and hearing.Body systems and how growth and development is affected by changes within each system.The brain, eyes, ears, nose and throat, protective mechanisms and how they work as a team.The heart, functions, and how to keep it healthyThe lungs, functions, and how to keep your lungs healthyAll systems and parts work as a team, stress response, and respecting your body as a whole
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Mental Health & Emotional HealthIdentify feelings, calm downstrategies,learning to recognize facial expressions demonstrate whole body listening, introduction of concepts of social thinkingUnderstanding body language, flexible thinking skills, understand the concept of social thinking, understand how to express feelings in socially acceptable waysRegularly define and demonstrate respectful behavior, understand the concept of empathyUnderstand and be able to demonstrate perspective taking, identify steps to problem solving and be able to demonstrate in real life peer situationsImportance of communication in human relationships, effectively demonstrate coping skillsApply assertivesness skills in peer realtionships,understand strategies for handling difficult decisionsUnderstand discrimination and practice, identify where to access help for mental health problems, understand self and others emotional crisis
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Disease Prevention & ControlWhat does it mean to be sick, what is a doctor, nurse and dentist, hand washing, cough hygiene, and how to prevent spread of germs/illnessWhat is a germ, how does our body protect itself from illness and disease naturally, what are common symptoms of illnessModes of disease transmission, and how we keep our bodies cleanCommon diseases, medicines and immunizationsContributing factors of disease and prevention, and antibodiesBeing responsible when you have signs and symptoms of illness, and the importance of communicating health concerns with an adultImmune system as a whole, who is at risk for disease, and having respect for your body.
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Tobacco, Alcohol & other SubstancesTo distinguish between substances that are safe and unsafe.Categorize- safe to eat, not safe to eat, things I need to ask about.Describe the purpose of medicines. How they can be used or misused.Identify who to seek for help for possible poisoning or overdoseTobacco, smoking and effects.Describe addictions to alcohol, tobacco and other drugs, methods for intervention and treatment.Risk behaviors of prevalent early adolescent
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Violence Prevention & Community HealthUnderstand that we use words to solve problems, tattling vs telling, Second Step programLearn how actions impact others, intentionally helpful vs intentionally hurtful behaviors, Second Step ProgramPeer conflict resolution, Second Step ProgramUnderstand teasing vs taunting, Second Step programSteps to Respect program, students will demonstrate an increase in personal responsibiltySteps to Respect Program, Conflict resolution practice and strategies, demonstrate passive, aggressive and assertive responsesSteps to Respect Program, Students will identify impact of violent language and behavior on others, identify how peer influence can impact healthy or negative choices
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Physical Activity & FitnessIntroduction to: Spacial Awareness/Movement Concepts, Self Awareness, Movement Patterns, Team Sports/Concepts, Fitness/Food & Our Health, Sportsmanship/Teamwork, Physical Fitness Testing, Field Day. Age appropriate skills, games and activities to promote students growth and self esteem.Spacial Awareness/Movement Concepts, Weights & Measurements, Self Awareness, Movement Patterns, Team Sports/Concepts, Fitness/Food & Our Health, Sportsmanship/Teamwork, Physical Fitness Testing, Field Day. Age appropriate skills, games and activities to promote students growth and self esteem.Spacial Awareness/Movement Concepts, Self Awareness, Movement Patterns, Team Sports/ Concepts, Fitness/Food & Our Health, Sportsmanship/Teamwork, Physical Fitness Testing, Field Day. Age appropriate skills, games and activities to promote students growth and self esteem.Spacial Awareness/Movement Concepts, Self Awarness/Strength Building, Movement Patterns/individual and in teams, Team Sports/Concepts, Fitness/Food & Our Health, Sportsmanship/Teamwork, Physical Fitness Testing, Field Day. Age appropriate skills, games and activities to promote students growth and self esteem.Spacial Awareness/Movement Concepts, Weights & Measurements, Self Awareness/Strength Building, Movement Patterns/individual and in teams, Team Sports/Concepts, Fitness/Food & Our Health, Sportsmanship/Teamwork, Physical Fitness Testing, Field Day. Age appropriate skills, games and activities to promote students growth and self esteem.Spacial Awareness/Movement Concepts & Patterns individual and in teams, Scoliosis Definition & Screening, Self Awareness/ Strength Building, Team Sports/Concepts,Tournament Grids, Fitness/Food & Our Health, Identifying behaviors to wellness, Sportsmanship/Teamwork, Physical Fitness Testing, Field Day. Age appropriate skills, games and activities to promote students growth and self esteem. Spacial Awareness/Movement Concepts & Patterns individual and in teams, Scoliosis Definition & Screening, Self Awareness/Strength Building, Team Sports/Concepts,Tournament Grids,Fitness/Food & Our Health, Identifying behaviors to wellness, Sportsmanship/Teamwork, Physical Fitness Testing, Field Day. Age appropriate skills, games and activities to promote students growth and self esteem.
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