Every child should know how to properly clean and care for themselves. They should also develop good safety habits. "Healthy Me" starts with guidelines, activities and projects to teach kids to keep their teeth, bodies, and hands clean. Then it discusses healthy eating, teaching them which foods are good for them, with recipes for yummy treats and snacks for them to make. But staying healthy doesn't just mean just cleaning up properly and eating right; exercise and activities to stretch muscles is also needed. It tackles this subject with lots of fun ideas for keeping fit. The last part covers safety. It's important for kids to know their home information, play safety, and know where emergency exits are. Keep your child healthy - and safe.
Not as in-depth as the title implies, this 80 page reproducible resource is nonetheless a good starting point for basic health education. The worksheets, games, and short vignettes provide a means for discussing topics that we often don't think about but significantly affect
everyday life, such as personal hygiene, disease prevention, stress, and nutrition. Lesson plans include basic background information, procedures, and answers to any worksheets. While written for a classroom setting, they can easily be adapted for individual student use. Topics at the primary and intermediate levels overlap, but the lessons in each book are unique. Each level contains approximately 25 lessons. ~ Anh