– Assign Health worksheets in your Google™ Classroom or paperless environment using these student worksheets, surveys, tests, and handouts taken from my full semester/year
This Google supplemental resource includes:
– 15 Google Slideshows that are separated by days so it’s easy to send students daily lessons (See more details below.)
– 314 Total Google Slides!
-21 Google Forms (Editable, keys included, and created with amazing photos teens will enjoy!)
-“Teacher Keys” for many worksheets and tests
-Directions on how to create daily lessons from these unit Google Slides
-Directions and video links on how to add your audio voice to Google Slides and how to use the Loom program to create lessons on video
*Please Note: This resource is a supplemental add-on to my LEVEL 1 Middle/Jr. High School Health Curriculum to be accessed online for Distance Learning. It does NOT include the “Teacher Directions,” PowerPoints, Word documents, or PDF documents from the Middle/Jr. High School Health Curriculum. If you want to purchase the editable and printable files that these Google docs are taken from, please navigate to my full semester/year LEVEL 1 Middle/Jr. High School Health Curriculum.
These Google Docs can also become completely ★★★”INDEPENDENT STUDY lessons!★★★
This resource was created with my previous buyers in mind! For those who have already purchased my full semester/year LEVEL 1 Middle/Jr. High School Health Curriculum you can easily upload and convert the PowerPoint slides to Google Slides, and then record audio of yourself teaching each lesson.
You can then send the Google Slides with your audio lesson along with the student worksheets (from this resource) to your students, and you would have COMPLETELY INDEPENDENT STUDY LESSONS!
I included step-by-step teacher directions in this resource to tell you how to voice-over Google Slides. It’s awesome!
Buyer Quotes for my full-year Google Docs Programs:
– “We went 1:1 this school year and these resources are LIFE SAVORS! So thankful they are all Google so they work nicely with our school Canvas site!”
– “Extremely satisfied: This will make my life so much easier when it comes to saving paper, organization, and with the potential online schooling this year!!”
– “I am so happy you made all of these Google Docs. I recently bought the Health Curriculum and was stressed about having to transfer everything to Google Docs. I’m not as creative as you are, so I appreciate this so much!”
– “I’m willing to pay to save me all of that time….”
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Anyone who has created Google Docs knows HOW MUCH TIME this resource will save you! It has been a huge project, and I am thrilled to get it done just in time for “back to school” this year!
Here is what this resource includes*:
1. Links to 15 Google Slideshows of the LEVEL 1 Middle/Jr. High School Health Curriculum Student Docs. There are 314 slides separated into 15 units of student docs! Many worksheet keys included!
Here are SOME of the fill-in worksheets included in the 15 Unit Google Slideshows:
– Food Label Scramble Worksheet
– Grocery Store Scavenger Hunt
– 60-Questions How Healthy am I Eating Survey
– Dangers of Sexting Articles
– 5 Dimensions of Health Worksheet
– Stress Vulnerability Survey
– Relieving Stress Trunks
– Resilience Skills Worksheet
-Tips for a Good Night’s Sleep Trunks
-Drug Classification Worksheet
– 25 Things to do Instead of Drugs
– Over the Counter Drugs Worksheet
– Traits of Self-Esteem Worksheet
– iPad Screensaver Art Project
– What Makes Me Me Worksheet
– Communicable Diseases Worksheet Middle School Version
– Communicable Diseases Card Game Worksheet
– Corona Virus Timeline and Emoji Activity
– Diseases Unit Assessment
– Interactive Treasure Chest
– Positive Self-Talk Worksheet
– Stop Bullying Making Your Voice Count Worksheet
– Bullying Article and Interactive Art
– Empathy Unit Assessment
Conflict Resolution Unit:
– Conflict Resolution Model
– Dialogue Worksheet and Scenarios
– Conflict Resolution Handout
– Flip Up Posters -Be Assertive, Not Aggressive
– Adding a Healthy Habit” Worksheets
– Support Your Peers Calendar
– Neurotransmitters Handout
– How Alcohol Affects the Body Wheels Project
– Standing up to Peer Pressures Diamond Worksheet
– De-Bunking Alcohol Myths Scavenger Hunt
– Sprained Ankle Wrapping
– How to Tie an Arm Sling
– How to Make a Leg Splint
– QR Coded Group Body System Worksheets
– Body Systems Facts Sheets
– Group Presentation Note-Taking Worksheet
– Group Presentation Rubric
– Personality Surveys Parent-Teen Communicator
– AIM SHEET / Goals Sheet
– Class Ice-Breakers Worksheet
– Decision-Making Worksheet
– Final Level 1 Health Final Test
2. Links to 21 Editable Google Forms:
1) “On-Going Resource Sheet” (Students collect local and national help resource info)
2) LEARNING TARGET CHECK-OFF SHEET: Content Target at Beginning of Class
3) LEARNING TARGET CHECK-OFF SHEET: Content and Behavioral Targets Sheet
4) LEARNING TARGET CHECK-OFF SHEET: Exit Target Question Sheet
5) ” Student Self-Grading Art Rubric” (This is an amazing system I set up where students grade their own art project before turning it in for your teacher grade. It has completely transformed the level of effort and inspiration on art projects!)
1) “Food Label Scramble Worksheet”
1) “Drug Classification Worksheet”
Self-Esteem Google Forms:
1) “Diseases Unit Assessment”
2) “Communicable Diseases Card Game Worksheet”
3) “Coronavirus Timeline”
Empathy/Violence Google Forms:
1) “Food Personality Survey”
Conflict Resolution Google Forms:
1) “SO QUIC Conflict Resolution Model”
1) “Human Body Systems Unit Assessment”
2) “Body Systems Research”
3) “Non-Communicable Diseases Card Game Worksheet”
4) “Coronavirus Timeline”
Beginning a Term Google Forms:
1) “Anonymous Family Survey
2) “Learning Styles Survey”
3. Teacher instructions on how to easily copy a single day’s worksheets to send to students.
4. How to create an instructional video of yourself teaching with unit PowerPoints (this is for previous buyers of my High School Health Curriculum who have the PowerPoints.) The free Loom video app creates a small video of you teaching in the corner of your PowerPoint slides. It’s pretty easy and very cool!
5. Step-by-step directions on how teachers who have already purchased my LEVEL 1 Middle/Jr. High School Health Curriculum can easily upload and convert the unit PowerPoint slides to Google Slides and then voice-over audio teacher instructions. Then send home the Google Docs in this resource along with your audio slides and your distance learning is now “independent study” learning!
6. How to add new pages to the Google Slides.
*This is a zip file that includes Google links and teacher suggestions for using these Google docs. You must have a free Google account in order to access this activity. The links will allow you to make a copy to add to your own Google drive, and then you can share them with your students. The Google slides in this resource are worksheets uploaded as a “background” with text boxes added on top for students to fill in. Backgrounds are only editable if you have previously purchased the unit files and have the original worksheets.
* Again, to be clear: This resource is a supplemental add-on to my LEVEL 1 Middle/Jr. High School Health Curriculum to be accessed online for Distance Learning. It does NOT include the “Teacher Directions,” PowerPoints, Word documents, or PDF documents from the Middle/Jr. High School Health Curriculum. If you want to purchase the editable and printable files that these Google docs are taken from, please navigate to my full semester/year LEVEL 1 Middle/Jr. High School Health Curriculum.