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Health - Screen Time

Health - Screen Time
Health - Screen Time
Health - Screen Time
Health - Screen Time
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This worksheet covers the following expectation from the Ontario Ministry of Education:

Substance Use, Addictions and Related Behaviours

Grade 1

C3.2 identify habits and behaviours (e.g., excessive screen time or video game usage, smoking) that can be detrimental to health, and explain how people can be encouraged to adopt healthier alternatives [PS]

Teacher prompt: “What are some behaviours that can be harmful to your health? What are some things you can do that are healthier or that protect your health and the health of other people?”

Student: “Spending too much time watching television or playing computer games keeps us from getting all the physical activity we need. We can play outside after school instead. Smoking is bad for you, and so is breathing smoke that is in the air when other people are smoking. We can ask people not to smoke around us. It is against the law for people to smoke in cars when there are children in the car.”

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2 pages
Answer Key
Does not apply
Teaching Duration
1 hour
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