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First Aid Unit Teen Health: 16 Interactive First Aid/CPR Lessons

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6th - 12th, Homeschool
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★★★★★ Make your "First Aid/CPR" unit FUN!! This is a favorite resource because students have a great time with the group work and re-enactment presentations. They also LOVE the wilderness first aid activities!

★NEW!★ - This unit now includes all student docs in Fill-in Google Slides and Google Forms for "Distance Learning!" (See more in "Preview!")


This resource is taken directly from my Full Semester/Year High School Health Curriculum, and my Middle/Junior High School Health Curriculum, which are both #1 Best-Selling Health Curriculums on TPT!


You can choose from 2 versions: Online or Smartphone App!

1) Student groups use the “British Red Cross First Aid Skills Group Sheet” to go through videos and answers questions on 16 first aid topics. QR Codes make this activity easy-access and perfect for teachers without a computer lab!

NOTE: Live links can be clicked from Google Slides, or QR CODES can be read on Google Slides!


2) Students use the American Red Cross First Aid Smartphone App to go through videos and answers questions on 15 first aid topics. No computer lab needed!

Topics include:

1. Unconscious and not breathing

2. Heart attack

3. Stroke

4. Choking

5. Bleeding heavily

6. Head injury

7. Seizures / epilepsy

8. Unconscious and breathing

9. Asthma attack

10. Broken bone

11. Burns

12. Hypothermia

13. Meningitis

14. Poisoning / harmful substances

15. Strains and sprains

16. Diabetes


Next, students will have fun with "First Aid Injury and Response Scenario Reenactments" that they will present to class! (Be sure to warn others in your school in case they see your students in emergency situations!)


There’s more: Show linked videos to teach C.P.R. and how to use an A.E.D. machine, or give a Red Cross Quiz.

Get interactive with partners practicing “Wilderness First Aid” skills on how to wrap sprained ankles, and make a leg splint and arm sling.

Finish up the unit with "First Aid Cartoons," "First Aid Kits" and more!


★Now you have 4 programs to choose from to use for your First Aid/CPR Unit!

3 Middle/Jr. High School sequential First Aid programs, or 1 High School First Aid/CPR program.

The 3 grade levels of Middle/Jr. High School First Aid lessons are the SAME as the High School lessons for this unit; but the 3 grade levels of lessons are sequential within the middle level, and lessons now have middle school standards!


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


Here is what is included:

★ 119 pages of step-by-step teacher directions

★ A 42-Slide PowerPoint that walks you through the lessons

★ 9 Documents (ALL student docs on 37 GOOGLE SLIDES and 2 Google Forms)

★ Printable copies of State, National, and Common Core Standards. (All 8 National Standards, 4 State Standards, and 4 Common Core Standards are met in this resource!)

★ Learning Targets


-Printable posters for each lesson

-“Success Criteria Sheet” for students to copy target at beginning of class, and answer questions at the end of class


Here are the lessons included in the First Aid Unit:

DAY 1:

-FUN intro video

-First Aid Group Work in groups of 3

-“First Aid Skills Group Sheet” with videos to walk them through scenarios!

-Either use the British version with"Q.R. Coded Worksheet" or use the "American Red Cross First Aid Smartphone App (Students can access websites directing from the QR Code or Smartphone App!)

DAY 2:

-Fun First Aid Cartoon

-Finish First Aid Group Work

-Decide which injury to do for group injury reenactment activity

-First aid animation video

-Begin reenactment injury response planning

DAY 3 + 4:

-Students work on injury response reenactment scenarios

-Group Grading Rubric included!

DAY 5:

-Groups perform reenactment scenarios to class!

-Optional "Emergency Evacuation Pan with Family Homework"

DAY 6:

-Optional video intro

-"CPR Card Template"

-C.P.R. Video "New CPR Guidelines for Adults" and "Video Review Sheet" and Key

-Retro "Stayin' Alive" music!

-C.P.R. and how to use an AED

-Optional School Nurse, Paramedic, Fireman, other professional guest, or teacher teach C.P.R. training

DAY 7, 8, 9:

-Wilderness First Aid videos

-Optional "Back Pack Advice Video"

-“Wilderness First Aid” lessons:

Wrapping sprained ankles

Making a leg splint

Making an arm sling

DAY 10:

-Unit Assessment Options

-Student-Created PowerPoint Slide Quiz

-Online American Red Cross Quizzes

-Kahoot Online Interactive Quizzes

DAY 11 + 12:

-Public Service Announcements Examples

-Students create "Public Service Posters"

-"Art Rubric" included

DAY 13 + 14:

-First Aid Cartoons!

DAY 15:

-Creating a First Aid Kit from the American Red Cross List

DAY 16:

-Additional Videos, including: Adult, Infant and Child C.P.R., and

Babysitting and Life Guarding.


★Here are more details 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!

(All 8 National Standards, 4 State Standards, and 4 Common Core Standards are met in this resource!)

-"Learning Targets," "Exit Tasks," and "Daily Assessments" are also listed at the top of each lesson.

-Table of Content Links ALL daily lessons for quick navigation!


Each lesson lists the State, National and Common Core Standards met.


★Click on "Preview" above to see more!★


You might also be interested in my:

- Full Semester/Year High School Health (#1 Selling Health Curriculum on TPT!)

- Middle/Junior High School Health Curriculum. (#1 Best Selling on TPT)

- Full-Year P.E. Curriculum (#1 Best Selling P.E. Curriculum on TPT)

- High School Health and P.E. - BUNDLE AND SAVE $73.00

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


★Other Things to Know:

•Purchase Orders are accepted!

•Ask your school district to purchase this curriculum for you!

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

Each purchase is for single use only, and should not be shared with others. Additional licenses for your colleagues can be purchased at a discount from my TPT store here: Mrs. S.'s Store

The purchaser is granted permission to make duplicates for classroom use only. Redistributing, editing, selling, or posting this item (or any part thereof) on the Internet are all strictly prohibited unless it is a password-protected student website. Violations are subject to penalties of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.


Need P.E.; or Elementary, Middle School, or High School Health Programs?

Here are ALL my #1 Best-Selling Full-Year Stand-Alone Curriculums:

- Full Semester/Year High School Health (#1 Selling Health Curriculum on TPT!)

- Middle/Junior High School Health Curriculum. (#1 Best Selling on TPT)

- Full-Year P.E. Curriculum (#1 Best Selling P.E. Curriculum on TPT)

- Middle/Junior AND High School SEQUENTIAL Health Curriculum

- High School Health and P.E. - BUNDLE AND SAVE $73.00

- Middle/Jr. High Health and P.E. - BUNDLE AND SAVE $83.00

- 3rd Grade Full-Year Health Curriculum

- 4th Grade Full-Year Health Curriculum

- 5th Grade Full-Year Health Curriculum

Here are my 1 to 4-Week Health Units:

Nutrition Unit (My #1 Selling Unit!)

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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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Follow precisely a complex multistep procedure when carrying out experiments, taking measurements, or performing technical tasks, attending to special cases or exceptions defined in the text.
Cite specific textual evidence to support analysis of science and technical texts, attending to the precise details of explanations or descriptions.
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