All resources in Creswell Elementary

Being Safe

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In this activity, students discuss safe practices when using electricity. This lesson is part of the Power of Green program on energy conservation and safety.

Material Type: Lesson Plan

Color Me Safe

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Color Me Safe is a coloring book designed for children ages four to seven. Throughout the book, the Safe Family takes simple steps to prevent injuries, such as installing smoke alarms and using child safety seats. Children can have fun coloring the pictures and reading about the Safe Family. Color Me Safe can help parents talk with their children about safety at home and on the go! Teachers can integrate the story and messages into Pre-K and early grade school curricula and share copies with parents and children at health and safety events.

Material Type: Activity/Lab, Lesson Plan

Author: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Dealing With Bullies

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Students recognize, understand and solve the problem of bullying. Bullying is a big problem. It can make kids feel hurt, scared, sick, lonely, embarrassed and sad. Bullies might hit, kick, or push to hurt people, or use words to call names, threaten, tease, or scare them. A bully might say mean things about someone, grab a kid's stuff, make fun of someone, or leave a kid out of the group on purpose. Some bullies threaten people or try to make them do things they don't want to do.

Material Type: Activity/Lab, Lesson Plan, Reading

Author: The Nemours Foundation

Dining Decision Game

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A healthy body needs nutrients (like vitamins, minerals, proteins, carbohydrates) for growth, development, energy, and running all of our body systems. Those nutrients should come mainly from the food you eat. Just as cars need gasoline to run, your body needs food to keep it going. But not just any food. To be your healthiest, and to look and feel your best, you need to give your body the right kinds and amounts of fuel. It's lunch time, you're in the school cafeteria and you need to decide on a healthy meal! This resource allows students to just click and choose the best food items for them. It provides a better understanding of how to make good decisions about healthy eating.

Material Type: Game, Interactive, Lesson

Author: CDC