Interactive, realistic first aid lab which teaches students how to respond to a common injury in a partnership.
Prerequisites to this lab - Before completing the lab, you should have already covered the basics of first aid, including:
This deck includes 10 each of dairy, protein, grains, fruits, and veggie food cards. Each card features a picture of the food along with the name. Each food group is color specific, and the colors coordinate with MyPlate. Suggested use is to print
Fully customizable Connect 4 Review Game in a PowerPoint format. Users can easily type out their questions and be ready to play in 10 minutes. The game comes ready with an easy to navigate click through format. The PowerPoint also explains the game
This 9 page nutrition packet covers the following topics:
Each page guides students through learning about different nutrition topics. This is not meant to
Nutrition worksheet that encourages students to remember the five food groups by associating them with the fingers on their hand. The opposite side gives students the chance to draw a food from each food group. The worksheet is black and white so
This creates a stand up name tag which becomes a fun project at the beginning of the year with minimal cutting and no pasting! Students simply fill in the blanks and decorate, then fold on the solid lines and cut on the dotted lines. The "legs" of
These visual cards allow students to easily see how they will be learning and begin to make connections about how they learn best and what kinds of learning they like best. The following cards are included:
How are we learning
Tired of your students asking the same questions when you prompt them to begin their work?
Can we use markers?
Can we work with partners?
Can we sit on the carpet to work?
Here is your solution! I have compiled a list of frequently asked