Health/Phys. Ed.

Back to School | All About the Holidays

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Prepare for 'back to school season' with this video to get your students prepared and excited for the new school year.

Snack Hacks| Bagel Pizzas

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Snack Hacks are fun healthy recipes to make with your child that provide positive experiences with healthy foods. Spend some quality time together while building science, reading, and math skills. Add your favorite toppings to these Bagel Pizzas!

Happy Healthy Kids | Terrific Teeth

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In this episode of Happy Healthy Kids, Miss Kelsey explains how brushing keeps us smiling.  Do you know how long you should brush and how often?  Let’s find out!

Rappelling - Valley of Fire | Outdoor Nevada

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Students will take a virtual walking tour through Valley of Fire, Nevada’s oldest and largest state park. The sandstone give the park its name because the rock appears to be on fire when the sun’s rays reflect on them. Students will write a creative writing piece about how the rock got its fire red color.

Organizational and Self-Advocacy Strategies

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Listen to math and special needs teachers discuss the strategies geared toward teaching students organizational skills. Learn how to promote self advocacy among special needs students (such as asking for help when needed).

Indian Police | Medicine Woman

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Joseph La Fleche recognized in 1856 that the flood of alcohol coming onto the reservation would have a terrible effect on his people. He banned liquor and even started the first Native American Police force to try to stem the flood.

Eating Healthy Foods

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Learn about the importance of eating healthy foods, in this video adapted from Media That Matters. A group of students present and explain the types of foods that are good for our bodies, the nutrients they provide, and how these benefit our bodies. They then explain what processed foods are, why some people like them, and why they are unhealthy.

HealthBeat-Hip Hopscotch

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In this lesson students learn the importance of exercise to blood circulation.

Madeline Stuart: Modeling Inclusion in the Fashion World | Move to Include

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Madeline Stuart is a professional model with Down Syndrome. Learn about this 18 year old's experience in her career, and the role of social media in her work. Social media has interconnected people with disabilities and their families. It allows Madeline to showcase her abilities. Visit the Move to Include collection for more resources.

In Case of Emergency, Please Dial... (How Police Train Immigrants for Emergencies)

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Not knowing local laws and emergency response procedures can be a serious problem. That’s why the Metropolitan Police Department of the City of St. Louis conducts safety meetings at the International Institute of St. Louis to help bring immigrants up to speed on local procedures, including when to dial 911. It’s also helpful for officers to establish a relationship with the community and clear up any misconceptions about police that immigrants may bring from their home countries.

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