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Alcohol Health Lesson: How Alcohol Affects the Body + Interactive Wheel Project

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This interactive art project is a great way for your students to see how hard alcohol is on the growing body, how it affects the brain and body, what "alcohol poisoning" is, and more!


This digital download product, is editable in Microsoft Word and PowerPoint for print and online on Google Drive.


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Here is more about this resource:


  • It's one to three days of lessons and a fun art project with an important message!
  • The facts sheets students use to complete this art activity cover alcohol damage for 15 different body organs.
  • Students can get creative, while learning relevant, and sometimes surprising facts on alcohol dangers.
  • 8 optional videos
  • Links to 5 background articles for teachers


>> Integrated Skills Based, Content Based / Knowledge Based. The best of both worlds.

>> Meets HS/MS National Health Education Standards. 

>> Meets HS/MS Technical Subjects Health Common Core Standards.

>> Meets Washington State’s rigorous Health Education Standards.


This resource includes:


  • 25 pages of step-by-step teacher directions that outline what to say!
  • 30 PowerPoint slides walk you through the lesson! This is a great visual!
  • Fact/information sheets on how alcohol damages 15 different body parts: brain, liver, stomach, heart, lungs, eyes, skin, intestines, reproductive organs, unborn children, eyes, ears, mouth, body weight and bones
  • "Alcohol Wheel Template" and examples of real student wheels
  • -Links to 8 powerful optional videos on teen drinking with Teacher Directions in "Notes" section to walk you through the lesson!
  • "Anonymous Teen Survey" - Find out what risk behaviors your students have engaged in. Show students that most likely not as many teens are using drugs and alcohol as they think! This can really reduce the pressure teens feel to use.
  • Why the drinking age is 21
  • What "alcohol poisoning" is and the dangers teens face
  • Teen addiction and attitudes about alcohol 
  • Tragic true stories that can help your teens see real dangers of alcohol
  • Teen alcohol use statistics and "fast facts" about alcohol.



ALL FUTURE UPDATES I CREATE FOR THIS RESOURCE ARE INCLUDED! All new lessons, activities, and any changes that I create for this resource are FREE! Simply go to your "My Purchases" folder and download anytime!



This resource is taken directly from my Full Semester/Year High School Health Curriculum, and our Middle/Junior High School Health Curriculum, which are both #1 Best-Selling Health Curriculums on TeacherPayTeacher, where it is also included in our Alcohol Units.



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        Customer Reviews

        Based on 20 reviews
        Lisa L.

        This was a nice change to my original lesson and learning task for the affects of alcohol. My students loved the more hands-on experiences while they were doing their research.

        Kodee P.

        My students loved it and it led some really great discussions.

        Danielle R.

        My students seemed to really enjoy this activity. I had many tell me they were very suprised by some of the facts they found.

        Kelly S.

        My students loved using this! They were able to learn important material while also being able to express themselves through this activity.

        Kari K.

        After learning about alcohol and the effects is has on a growing, developing young adult, my students made this alcohol wheel. It was a great reinforcement of the material and it was a great learning experience for students to see what alcohol does to their body.