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Real-World Skills: Physical Health

Real-World Skills: Physical Health
Real-World Skills: Physical Health
Real-World Skills: Physical Health
Real-World Skills: Physical Health
Real-World Skills: Physical Health
Real-World Skills: Physical Health
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Real-World Skills: Physical Health
Real-World Skills: Physical Health
Real-World Skills: Physical Health
Real-World Skills: Physical Health
Real-World Skills: Physical Health
Real-World Skills: Physical Health
Real-World Skills: Physical Health

Physical Health -  How much sleep do I need? How do I avoid getting sick?
There’s a lot to know when it comes to being healthy. “What can I do if I don’t like fruits and vegetables?” “What does all that stuff on the nutrition label mean?” “Is vaping really that bad?” “I love being active. How can I avoid getting hurt?” These are just a few of the relevant topics in these high-interest lessons!Featuring real-life scenarios and an easy-reading style, students learn about the consequences of eating food with no nutritional value, dieting, drinking, drugs, and more. They also learn about moderation and the benefits of eating a well-balanced diet, good grooming, and finding exercise that they enjoy.


STANDARDS-BASED READING & WRITING ACTIVITIES:
Locate Information  Summarize Generalize Compare & Contrast Cause & Effect Form Opinions Draw Conclusions  Main Idea Make Inferences Use Context Clues Sequence Determine Author’s Viewpoint  Analyze, Evaluate & Apply

Topics include:
I’m so tired of acne. What can I do? What is the difference between dieting and eating healthy? What is good grooming? What is the best exercise for me? What does all that stuff on a nutrition label mean? How much sleep do I need, and why? What does it mean to listen to your body? How can I tell if I’m a good weight for me? Are taking drugs, drinking, and smoking really so bad?

Reading Level: Grades 3-4
Interest Level: Grades 6-12

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$10.99
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  • Model: REM 6107