6th Grade Teen Health Middle School / 7th Grade Jr. High: LEVEL 1 FULL YEAR

Grade Levels
6th - 7th
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★★★★★ Students LOVE these Level 1 Middle/Jr. High Health lessons, and this program just got better!

NEW!: This program is now a digital resource for distance learning! (5/2021)

  • Assign Health worksheets in your Google™ Classroom or paperless environment using these student worksheets, surveys, tests, and handouts

  • Now includes links to ALL STUDENT DOCS on Google Slides and Google Forms! (except for interactive flip-ups, and board games that need to be printed and cut out!)

  • 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 for all units

  • -The 314 slides above were used to create 4 "Ready-to-Teach programs, totaling 802 additional slides!

  • 21 Google Forms! (Editable, keys included, and created with amazing photos teens will enjoy!)



- This program was created by a National Board Certified Health teacher with 19 years of experience teaching Health. Lessons are tried and tested!

- These lessons are taken from TPT's #1 Best-Selling Middle/Jr. High School Health curriculum!


  • These lessons work whether you teach in a 6th grade middle or a 7th grade junior high school; or in a self-contained 6th grade classroom in an elementary school.

  • The 70 LEVEL 1 Health lessons are divided into both a 15 unit program AND 4 different "Ready-to-Teach" grade-level programs that can be configured into almost any teaching scenarios you’ll have.

  • This program meets your teaching needs whether you have 6th grade middle schoolers or 7th grade junior high student for 6 weeks, a quarter, trimester, or semester.


- Need a Different Level of Health?

  • Click here if you teach Level 2 (7th grade middle school / 8th grade jr. high)
  • Click here if you teach Level 3 (8th grade middle school / 9th grade jr. high)

  • Click here if you teach all 3 grade levels of Midd/Jr. Health and want TPT's #1 Best-Selling Middle/Jr. High Health Curriculum!


This 6th Grade Middle School / 7th Grade Jr. High (Level 1) Health program is a standards-based program and meets:

· Washington State Middle School 6th Grade Health Standards

· ALL 10 READING and 8 WRITING Common Core Standards (Grades 6-8)

· ALL 8 National Health Standard Indicators (Grades 6-8)



LOW PREP!! Step-by step lessons that follow PowerPoint slides walk you through each lesson!

With this purchase, you will receive all future updates (new lessons and activities) that I create related to this "6/7th Grade Health" resource FOR FREE!! Simply go to your TPT "My Purchases" folder and re-download.

This resource includes many lessons that promote social and emotional learning (SEL).


Here's what buyers have to say about my "Middle/Jr. High School Health Lessons” where these LEVEL 1 lessons came from:

"I absolutely LOVE this health curriculum! With very little resources at my school, I can use everything in this curriculum without worrying."

"Well worth the price." "This is saving my life!"

"Absolutely amazing! My students are loving it!.”

"Mrs. S's Health Curriculum is EXACTLY what I needed to jump start my career. No need to recreate the wheel. Mrs. S provides you everything you need to teach from day 1.”

“My best TPT purchase to date!”


NOTE: This LEVEL 1 Health program is not consecutive with my High School Health program!

Thus, if you are interested in using both my Middle/Jr. High and High School Health programs for yourself or your school district, you will want my SEQUENTIAL Middle/Junior AND High School Health Curriculum, which I designed as 4 consecutive, scaffolded programs ranging from middle to high school, with no lesson repetition.


LOW-PREP! - PRINT AND GO! - SAVES SO MUCH PREP TIME! Here is How You Can Use This Flexible Program:

1) There are 4 different "Ready-to-Teach" grade-level programs that can be configured in so many possible teaching scenarios, it's likely to work for your teaching line! This program has lessons if you:

  • a) Teach 6th Middle/7th Jr. High for 6 Weeks
  • b) Teach 6th Middle/7th Jr. High for9 Weeks
  • c) Teach 6th Middle/7th Jr. High for 12 Weeks
  • d) Teach 6th Middle/7th Jr. High for for 18 Weeks*

*90-Lesson Program includes 70 lessons +20 fun lesson extensions

Each program includes:


2) Lessons are formatted into 16 Units (See unit list below) if you want to teach by unit!

3) Or, use the editable 70-Lesson Program to use in any way you want to teach it!



Get my bundle: Middle/Jr. High School Health and P.E. - BUNDLE AND SAVE $83.00


More About This Program:

  • State, National, and Common Core Standards met are listed at the top of each lesson, and are also all listed in the main "Table of Contents" for easy reference! It's easy to align to your own state standards!

  • This program is project-based. It is full of interactive engaging lessons, “PAIR-SHARES, group work, flips, folds, and many art projects.
  • "Learning Targets and "Daily Assessments" are listed at the top of each lesson.

  • This is NOT your standard boring vocabulary words or book work! . Over 400 pages of highly organized step-by-step teacher directions will engage your students, while the directions will suggest exactly what to say!!

  • ★NEW!★ All student worksheets, surveys, handouts and tests editable for print and on GOOGLE DRIVE!

  • 650+ PowerPoints slides! Helps make learning visual! -★NEW GRAPHICS!★
  • Worksheets, tests, and handouts

  • Links to over 40 FREE videos!
  • Homework assignments (Including "Parent-Teen Communicators")

  • Fun surveys - students LOVE these!

  • Best of all, students love this program (read the reviews above) and students who like what they're learning are more likely to actually use what they learned outside the classroom

  • ALSO NEW!: I just added a fun flip and fold interactive version of the "Student Packet Notes! Students take notes from PowerPoint slides in all kinds of shapes and foldable cut-outs!




Here is a QUICK LOOK at the 16 units included:

1. Beginning a School Year

2. Stress, Depression, and Suicide

3. Mental Health

4. Diseases

5. Stop Bullying: Empathy and Violence

6. Tobacco

7. Alcohol

8. Drugs

9. Conflict Resolution

10. Self-Esteem

11. Nutrition

12.Sex Ed.

13. Body Systems

14. First Aid

15. Community Health

16. Ending A School Year



★Click on "Preview" above to see an actual lesson.★


HERE ARE UNITS included in this 6/7th Grade (Level 1) program, with SOME ACTIVITIES LISTED HERE:

1. Beginning a Year Unit:

-Starting the Term Off Right!

-Learning Styles Survey

-Conversation Starters

-“Learning Style Cubes”

--★NEW LOOK FOR THE RED HEN!★ “The Little Red Hen” THEME

-File Folders System

-Give Out Syllabus

-“Food Personality Survey”

EXTRA: Organization to Begin a New School Year

-“Class Syllabus”

-Morning PowerPoints

-Learning Target Success Criteria Exit Sheet


-250 All New "Learning Target" posters

-Teacher Evaluation Tips for the "Danielson" "5 Dimensions," and "Marzano" Frameworks

2. Stress, Depression, and Suicide Unit

-“Stress Survey”

-”How Stress Affects Your Brain” Video

-“Stress Worksheet”

-How to Relieve Stress Video

-"Relieving Stress Trunks Project”

-“Sleep Project Homework”

-Five Stress Relieving Activities!

3. Mental Health Unit

-The 5 Dimensions of Health

-Interactive Mental Health Road Signs Project

-"You Choose Worksheet"

4. Diseases Unit

-Understanding communicable diseases, pathogens, how they’re spread, and how the immune systems fights them

-“Interactive Communicable Diseases Activity“ with “Disease and Prevention Chart”

-“Communicable Diseases Card Game” with “Communicable Diseases Worksheet”

-“Selfie Get Well Cards” (Disease Prevention)

-★NEW!★ Coronavirus Activity was added and COVID-19 was added to card game and worksheet.

5. Empathy/Violence/Stop Bullying Unit

-Empathy Video

-Interactive Empathy Treasure Chest Project

-“Self-Esteem Survey”

-"Positive Self-Talk Activity”

-Bullying video

-Bullying Role-Play Task Cards

-Making Your Voice Count” Activity

-Cyber Bullying

-“Empathy Test” (written or outloud)

6. Tobacco

-The Dangers of Tobacco

-CDC Videos

-Tobacco Facts Articles

-Anti-Tobacco Song Lyrics” Project

-Songs and Present

-The Brain and Habits

-“Cleansing a Bad Habit”

-“Adding a Healthy Habit” Worksheets”

-“Support Your Peers Calendar”

7. Alcohol Unit

-Introduction to Alcohol Unit

-"How Alcohol Affects the Body Wheels Project”

-”Alcohol Dangers” Audio Article

-“Standing Up to Peer Pressures Diamond Worksheet“

-“Assertiveness Survey”

-"Alcohol is Not For Me”

8. Drugs Unit

-Intro to Drug Unit

-“Drug Classification Activity”

-Inhalants Dangers!


9. Conflict Resolution Unit

-Assertiveness Survey

-Assertive Versus Aggressive

-Start Partner Dialogue Activity

-“So Quic Model” Handout

- Partner Dialogue Activity

-Assertiveness Survey”

-“Communication and Conflict Resolution Tips Sheet

-“Building Confidence, Assertiveness, Self- Esteem Worksheet”

-"How to be More Confident” Video

-“Assertiveness Role-Plays”

10. Self-Esteem Unit

-Self-Esteem Survey

-What is Positive Self-Esteem?

-“Self-Esteem iPad” Project

-Thumbprint Project

11. Nutrition Unit

-What is a Calorie?

-Understanding and Reading Label Ingredients

-Students make “Best or Worst Foods” Posters

-“Ingredients Quiz”

-“Where is Your Health?” Assessment

-“Where is Your Health?” Goal-setting Acronym

-Food Label Scramble ★NEW U.S.D.A. Food Labels!

12. Sex Ed. Unit

-Sexuality Opt-Out” info

-Puberty is Normal!

-“Puberty is Normal Matching Game”

-Dealing with Body Image

-“Puberty Parent-Student Communicator Homework”

-“Guide to Maintaining Friendships”

-Tips “4” for a Better Friendship

-Dating, Boundaries, and Unhealthy Risks

-Top 10 Reasons for Choosing Abstinence

-Pregnancy and Sexually Transmitted Infections/HIV

-Traits of a Healthy Versus an Unhealthy Relationships

-Understanding Gender Identity

-Signs of Abusive Relationships

-“Healthy Relationships Posters”

13. Body Systems Unit

-"Can You Do This?" Fun!

-"Our Amazing Body Slideshow"

-Virtual Body

-8 Body Systems Worksheet with QR Codes

-Preparing and Giving Group Presentations:

-PowerPoint Group Presentations

-Optional Requirement: Body Systems Group Rap, Song or Poem

-Grading Rubrics Included!

-Presentation Note Taking Worksheet

-Preventative Medical Checkups for Teens

-Vaccinations and Reproductive Health Check Ups

-Unit Tests

14. First Aid Unit

-“Wilderness First Aid”: Sprained Ankles, Splints and Slings

15. Optional Community Health Unit

-21 different Ideas to Promote “Community Health"

-Six Key Ingredients to a Healthy Community”

-Health or Fitness Careers

-Family Health

-Safe Home Environments

16. Ending A School Year Unit

-Myers Briggs Personality Videos and Worksheet

-“Our Term in Review" PowerPoint



-Teacher Evaluation

-Final Test


Other Things to Know:

· Click on the green “Preview" button above to see more!!

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· Replacement of the digital version of this Middle School Health curriculum is FREE.

· Copyright © Health Education Today, Inc. All rights reserved by author.


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Here are my 1 to 4-Week Health Units:

Nutrition Unit (My #1 Selling Unit!)

Drug Unit

Alcohol Unit

Tobacco Unit

Sex Ed. Unit (Makes this topic easy to teach!)

Self-Esteem Unit

Stop Bullying: Empathy/Violence Unit

Stress Unit

Body Systems Unit

Body Systems Unit

Dangerous Decisions Unit

Conflict Resolution Unit

Environmental and Community Unit

Diversity and "Celebrating My Identity" Unit

Mental Health Unit

Diseases Unit

Best Beginning of a School Year Ever Unit

1-Week Ending a School Year Unit

1 to 4-Week P.E. Units:

3 to 4-Week Basketball Unit

3 to 4-Week Flag Football Unit

3 to 4-Week Volleyball Unit

3 to 4-Week Softball Unit

Cardio Workouts and Weight Room Unit

50 Low Organized Games Inside the Gym Unit

1 to 2-Week Badminton Unit-FREE!

Independent Study Units:

Independent Study Sex Ed. Unit

Independent Study Nutrition Unit

Special Education Units:

3-Week Sex Ed. Unit for Special Needs Students

Thank you so much for previewing.

Mrs. S.

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And butterflies by: Firkin and mcc

Total Pages
430 Pages of Teacher Directions that Follow 650 PowerPoint Slides
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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