A fun scooter board team tag game for grades 3-6. Submitted by John Cassin, Jefferson City, Missouri.
Two creative activities (“muscle chants” and a fun cool-down) for K-3 students. Submitted by Charlotte Renehan and John Welter, Grayslake, Illinois.
A neat health/science projects for grades K-5. Submitted by Julia Marsh, Topeka, Kansas.
A nutrition education game for grades K-3. Submitted by Millie Wostratzky, Willowbrook, Illinois.
An afterschool program to help students in grades 3-8 interested in weight management. Submitted by Teri Fithian, Baltimore, Maryland.
Remember the “Harvard Step Test?” Here’s a commentary for using it with your K-8 students by a veteran teacher. Submitted by Julian Stein, George Mason University.
A very cute “rap” for grades K-8 that can be used to highlight the national Red Ribbon anti-drug campaign. Submitted by Pug Parris, Abilene, Texas.
An interesting “teaching” game for grades K-3 that reviews the risks of smoking. Submitted by Christi Kay, Marietta, Georgia.
A fun game for grades K-5 that teaches the health behaviors associated with cardiovascular disease. Submitted by Christi Kay, Marietta, Georgia.
A tag game for grades 3-5 with an “anti-drug” message. Submitted by Cheryl McDonald-Pugh,
Fort Collins, Colorado.