Students LOVE surveys! This one is perfect for helping students gauge their current self-esteem level, and for suggesting tips to improve self-esteem!
Includes link to the interactive Google Slides AND 10 pages of "Teacher Directions." Get video links, articles, fill-in worksheets, art projects +...
Students LOVE surveys! This "Learning Styles Survey" is perfect for helping students understand how their brain best takes in and retains information.
Your students will have fun learning about healthy eating and creating this interactive tennis shoe that they can really lace up!
Have you ever had a student ask, "Is this product healthy?" Teach how to read a label and examples so teens learn how to answer this question!
This FREE digital student art rubric really raised the level of my student's art work! They tape this on back of their project.
How much of each nutrient should you have? Many Americans are overweight is many don't know how many calories, fat, protein, or sugar they should have!
This resource makes implementing learning targets for P.E. easy! Includes bulletin board posters and signs, and great ideas to get you meeting daily learning target goals easily!
This is a fun survey on healthy/unhealthy eating habits for teens or adults. A goal-setting activity follows the survey.
Students use a 2019-2021 "Timeline of Events" to create an emoji worksheet and learn risks and preventions of COVID-19.
Have your students keep on on-going list of resources for help for drug addiction, depression, suicide, eating disorders.
Get two colorful worksheets and several activity options to get students thinking about the benefits of choosing abstinence.
Do you have a noisy class? Is their side-talk driving you crazy? This system is for really talkative classes, where their constant chatter is distracting
Students like cooperative games because they eliminate the fear of failure and the incentive to beat others! Get 25 games for the class or gym.
Get this bullying quiz, and hear Dolly Parton's inspiring song “Coat of Many Colors” and how she was able to overcome poverty and ridicule to become successful and famous!
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