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Injury Prevention Lesson Plans Grade 7

Page history last edited by Corinne Hansen 5 years, 7 months ago

Parachute - Preventing Injuries. Saving Lives.

 

The TD Think First For Kids Program for Grade 7-8 provides teachers with an innovative supplement to the Science and Physical Education curricula. Students will become familiar with the brain, spinal cord and nervous system, including lessons on reflexes and synapses. The students will develop analytical skills by applying the concepts taught in the classroom and in this program to critical analyses of potentially dangerous situations. These 6 modules can be easily integrated into other classroom plans, and will create opportunities for skill building. (Dangerous Games video linked directly on site). 

 

Curriculum

 

Resources

 

Lesson Plans

Lesson 1: Think First Connections

Lesson 2: Understanding Connections

Lesson 3: Making Connections

Lesson 4: Breaking the Connections

Lesson 5: Keeping the Connections

Lesson 6: Managing the Connection

 

Additional Materials

Introductory Package

Bibliography

Evaluation

Suggested Resources

 


 

Region of Peel Public Health Bicycle Safety 

 

 


see also "Traffic Safety Lesson Plans Grade 7 " 


Safe Healthy Active People Everywhere 

Teaching Resources designed for teachers to help students learn more about Active Living, Personal Safety and the Environment

 

This thematic unit, for grades 7 and 8, is designed to help schools get involved in the Active & Safe Routes to School Program and the International Walk to School Day. Participation in this program promotes the following benefits for your school, community and environment:

 

Links are included for 

  1. Initial Step- Activities designed to help students discover the benefits of finding alternative transportation to and from school.

  2. Step by Step - Planning ideas and activities to implement a program at your school.

  3. Stepping Out - Activities that your school can implement on The International Walk to School Day.

  4. Keep on Stepping - Follow-up activities and more ideas to help you develop long term school and community initiatives.

 

 

Each category has a variety of activities and lessons for all subject areas. Remember, walking is only one alternative mode of transportation. The categories could be called: Pedal by Pedal, Scooting Out, or Keep on Skating!

 

The Iwalk Club

  


Food Safe Curriculum from FightBac                         

 

Comprehensive Teacher's Guide

Your Game Plan to Food Safety - the teacher's activity and experiment guide, a comprehensive guide to teaching FightBAC! in the classroom.

How Our School Fought BAC Video

This 20 minute video accompanies the Teacher's Guide, completing the Middle School Curriculum Kit.

Experiments for Fighting BAC!

Experiments that will help students to learn the importance of proper hand-washing and proper food preparation, cooking and storage in order to FightBAC!

FightBAC! Game

The BAC Catcher game - a fun tool for teaching children to fightBAC!

FBI Case: Perils at the Picnic

A case study where children become the detectives on the case of a foodborne illness.

Home Food Safety Survey

A tool for students to use to help them determine if they are fighting BAC! at home.

FightBAC! Activities

Guide for advancing food safety across the curriculum, around your school and around your community.


Kids Health in the Classroom  

Help your students learn how they can improve their own health with these teacher's guides

 

 


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