Health/Phys. Ed.

Health Feels Great! | The Healthy Kids Project

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Learn why nutrition and movement are important for maintaining a healthy body.

Adaptive Sports Skiing | KIDS Clubhouse Adventures

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KIDS Clubhouse Adventures kids learn from the best! Meet Clubhouse experts who are ditching their wheelchairs for biskiis and hitting the slopes for the day!

Quick and Fun Snack: ANTS ON A LOG | Full-Time Kid

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Mya brings along her little sister Jada for this favorite homemade treat: Ants on a Log! With all sorts of fun (and healthy!) ingredients, Mya whips up a quick, delicious snack.

Tic-Tac-Toe Hand Clap | Full-Time Kid

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Grab a friend and learn this fun Tic-tac-toe hand clap! Once you've mastered the beats, learn the song and sing along! How fast can you go?

HealthBeat-Sleep is Your Friend

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In this lesson students learn the importance of sleep.

Beep Baseball | Move to Include

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Learn about beep baseball. It is a modified form of baseball that allows the blind and visually impaired to the play the game.

Visit the Move to Include collection for additional resources.

Indian Pride, Health: Part 1

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JuniKae Randall introduction, discussion of health in Indian country including HIV/AIDS, diabetes, and other health care issues featuring Harold "Gus" Frank, chairman of the Forest County Potawatomi, Wisconsin; Lily Cummings, Pawnee Nation, Oklahoma; Sen. Byron Dorgan (D-ND), Senate Indian Affairs Committee; Mitchell Cypress, chairman of the Seminole Tribe, Florida; and Hollis Chough of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa, Arizona.

HealthBeat-Breathe and Believe

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In this lesson students learn how difficult asthma is for the sufferer.

Adults You Know and Trust Can Help You

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Sometimes we see something on the Internet that makes us feel uncomfortable. When this happens, you need to tell an adult you trust. An adult you trust might be your mom and dad, guardian, older brother or sister, teacher, school counselor, principal, police officer, grandparent, uncle or aunt. But, even people you trust can do something that could make you feel uncomfortable. If this happens, you need to talk to another trusted adult.

Cigarette Infographic | Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies

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This video infographic charts the decline of smoking though the decades, from the last smoking advertisement in 1971 through to the 1980s and 1990s, when awareness of the link between smoking and cancer continued to grow in the public eye.

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