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Standard 1 - Students will comprehend concepts related to health promotion and disease prvention. Alcohol and Other Drugs 1 Explain why household products are harmful if ingested or inhaled. 2 Explain the harmful effects of medicines when used incorrectly. 3 Describe the potential risks associated with over-the-counter medicines. 4 Identify family rules about medicine use. Healthy Eating 1 Explain the importance of choosing healthy foods and beverages. 2 Identify a variety of healthy snacks. 3 Identify the benefits of drinking plenty of water. 4 Describe the benefits of eating breakfast every day. 5 Describe the type of foods and beverages that should be limited. 6 Describe body signals that tell people when they are hungry and when they are full. 7 Describe how to keep food safe from harmful germs. 8 Identify eating behaviors that contribute to maintaining a healthy weight. Mental and Emotional Health 1 Identify the importance of talking with parents about feelings. 2 Identify appropriate ways to express and deal with emotions and feelings. 3 Explain the relationship between feelings and behavior. 4 Explain the importance of respecting the personal space and boundaries of others. 5 Identify the benefits of healthy family relationships. 6 Describe the difference between bullying and teasing. 7 Explain why it is wrong to tease others. Personal Health and Wellness 1 Describe what it means to be healthy. 2 Explain why hygiene is important for good health. 3 Identify different ways that disease-causing germs are transmitted. 4 Describe ways to prevent the spread of germs that cause common infectious diseases. 5 Explain that food can contain germs that cause illness. 6 Explain proper steps for treating a wound to reduce chances of infection. 7 Identify food safety strategies that can control germs that cause foodborne illnesses. 8 Describe how breathing occurs and how health conditions, such as asthma, can affect normal breathing. 9 Describe foods that are common causes of allergic reactions. 10 Explain why sleep and rest are important for proper growth and good health. 11 Explain the steps of proper hand washing. 12 Explain how hearing works and how hearing can be damaged by loud noise. 13 Describe the proper steps for daily brushing and flossing teeth. 14 List ways to prevent harmful effects of the sun. Physical Activity 1 Describe the recommended amount of physical activity for children. 2 Explain ways to be active everyday. 3 Describe behaviors that are physically active and physically inactive. 4 Describe the benefits of being physically active. 5 Describe how being physically active can help a person feel better. Standard 1 - Students will comprehend concepts related to health promotion and disease prvention. Safety 1 Identify safety hazards in the home. 2 Explain safe behaviors when getting on and off and while riding on school buses. 3 Identify safety hazards in the community. 4 Recognize that injuries can be prevented. 5 Identify safety rules for being around fire. 6 State how to safely take medications. 7 Explain the importance of using safety belts and motor vehicle booster seats. 8 Explain the benefits of riding in the back seat when a passenger in a motor vehicle. 9 State safety rules for being around firearms. 10 State how to be a safe pedestrian. 11 Identify ways to reduce injuries on the playground. Sexual Health 1 Identify qualities of a healthy relationship. 2 Describe ways to prevent the spread of germs that cause common infectious diseases. Tobacco 1 Identify a variety of tobacco products. 2 Identify the short-term effects of using tobacco. 3 Identify the short-and long-term physical effects of being exposed to tobacco smoke. 4 Describe the benefits of not using tobacco. 5 Explain the dangers of experimenting with tobacco. 6 Identify family rules about tobacco use. Violence Prevention 1 Identify “appropriate” and “inappropriate” touches. 2 State that inappropriate touches should be reported to a trusted adult. 3 Explain that a child is not at fault if someone touches him or her in an inappropriate way. 4 State that everyone has a right to tell others not to touch his or her body. 5 Identify the importance of respecting the personal space and boundaries of others. 6 Explain what to do if someone is being bullied. 7 Describe the difference between bullying and teasing. 8 Explain why it is wrong to tease others.
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