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  • Use this 'Book: Henry and Mudge Get the Cold Shivers (primary)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Book: Henry and Mudge Get the Cold Shivers (primary)'. "When Mudge the dog gets sick and goes to the vet, both he and Henry share some scary moments." Enhances vocabulary and comprehension for this installment in Cynthia Rylant's delightful "Henry and Mudge" series.
  • This How to: Growing Potatoes clipart is great to illustrate your teaching materials. As an abcteach member you have unlimited access to our 22,000+ clipart illustrations and can use them for commercial use. This How to: Growing Potatoes clipart is provided in jpeg format.
  • Use this chart to keep track of what foods you eat.
  • Use this 'Book: Junie B. , Toothless Wonder (primary)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Book: Junie B. , Toothless Wonder (primary)'. "One of Junie B. Jones's top front teeth is loose! Only Junie B. is not that thrilled about this development. Because what if she looks like toothless Uncle Lou? And what's all this tooth fairy business?" This unit enhances the Barbara Park book with vocabulary and comprehension skills development.
  • Use this form to organize Know, Want to know, and Learned material about the food pyramid.
  • Use this form to organize Know, Want to know, and Learned material about teeth.
  • Print two copies and match the "good choices" pictures. This is a good tie-in for a drug awareness unit.
  • Matching game with pictures, in English and Spanish. Match the Spanish and English words.
  • Fun health pictures and words make these flashcards useful for healthactivities.
  • February is Children's Dental Health month, but any time of year is appropriate for this unit, which includes a reading comprehension, and several science experiments perfectly designed to get children interested in the health of these "visible bones".
  • Use this 'Word Crypto: Nutrition theme (elem/upper elem)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Word Crypto: Nutrition theme (elem/upper elem)'. Fill in the missing letters from each nutrition-themed word; then use the letters to decode the secret message! Vocabulary fun.
  • Use this 'Word Crypto: Nutrition theme (primary/elem) - clues' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Word Crypto: Nutrition theme (primary/elem) - clues'. Fill in the missing letters from each nutrition-themed word; then use the letters to decode the secret message! Vocabulary fun. This easier version provides a word bank.
  • Use this page to divide portfolio categories or for a notebook cover.
  • Part of our "Have a Great Day!" series.
  • A poster briefly outlines when "coughs and sneezes spread diseases" and when they don't.
  • Five illustrated food group posters.
  • What is this vitamin good for? What foods is it found in?
  • What is this vitamin good for? What foods is it found in?
  • What is this vitamin good for? What foods is it found in?
  • What is this vitamin good for? What foods is it found in?
  • What is this vitamin good for? What foods is it found in?
  • What is this vitamin good for? What foods is it found in?
  • Four "STAY HEALTHY" posters: Wash Your Hands, Cover Your Sneeze, Keep Your Distance, and Stay Home If Sick.
  • PowerPoint presentation of MyPlate food groups and MyPyramid "Steps to a Healthier You." Includes link to related materials.
  • PowerPoint Required: Save this template to your computer to add your own text
  • PowerPoint with Audio: Germs in Food and Water - Cleaning. Part 2 of 2 food and water preparation presentations from the Living on Planet Earth Series. This program describes how to limit the ingestion of harmful microbes by properly separating, cleaning, cooking and chilling food.
  • Create a slogan, symbol, and button for an anti-drug campaign.
  • "Anti-drug campaigns use symbols and slogans to help people know about and remember their message. For example, the Red Ribbon Week campaign uses the red ribbon as a symbol. The slogan “Just say no!” helps children remember the lessons their teachers and parents have taught them concerning drugs. Now it is your turn to come up with some new symbols and slogans." Lots of creative project ideas.
  • Make a poster that illustrates facts about food.
  • Make a mobile of good choices. This is a good tie-in for a drug awareness program.
  • Design a t-shirt with a slogan for making good choices. This project is a good tie-in with anti-drug activities.
  • This poster has a "No Drugs" sign already on it; students should fill in the rest of the poster with pictures, texts, collages, etc.
  • This poster has a "No Smoking" sign already on it; students should fill in the rest of the poster with pictures, texts, collages, etc.
  • Recipe for homemade granola with directions for Kid Chef and Adult Helper.
  • A recipe for homemade granola with steps for Kid Chef and for Adult Helper; content and functional comprehension questions.
  • A recipe for homemade granola with content and functional comprehension questions, and writing prompts.
  • A toothsome page to write fabulous facts about teeth. Full page format for students to write a report on teeth.
  • Report planner, KWL, and a lined page to write a report about teeth.
  • Use this simple form to help organize the answers to three student-selected questions about any of the dental health professions.
  • Worksheet for describing the effects of various nutrients.

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