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Health

Health Curriculum

Health includes - Nutrition, Fitness, Hygiene, Sex Ed, Medical topics, and Safe Touch. What keeps you healthy - eating right, regular physical activity, cleanliness, and hygiene. It may also be time to have "the talk."

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Help your child better understand how food fuels and effects our bodies in Are You What You Eat? a book that uses color and fun presentation to communicate nutritional information in a fun and eye-catching way. Kids learn to see their food as more than just taste, learning things like which foods will make you sleepy, how to tell if you're hungry or full, and why our bodies need nutrition. Teach your kids the basics about proteins, taste buds, antioxidants, and more food facts with Are You What You Eat?
Ages:
7-12
Style:
Book

The Boys' Body Book contains all of the guy stuff you need to know about growing up, even the embarrassing stuff. Author and nurse Kelli Dunham covers everything from body changes to planning for college, giving pre-teen boys the answers they need to prepare for puberty and beyond.
Ages:
10+
Style:
Book

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This book will provide your child with the answers that will help you take care of himself better, from hair care to healthy eating, bad breath to shaving, acne to voice changes, and everything in between. With tips, how-tos, and facts from a real pediatrician, it's the perfect book to help you learn about your child's body's changes.
Ages:
9-12
Style:
Book

When it comes to the matter of teaching kids about sex, Christian parents are often confused about what to say and when to say it. The Talk is a series of 7 studies, all anchored in the Scriptures, that helps parents to talk meaningfully with children about sexuality.
Ages:
6-10
Style:
Book

Teach your kids what they need to know about being super healthy. Topics include nutrition, exercise, sleep, hygiene, stress, screen time, and more.
Ages:
6-10
Style:
Book


Gameschooling

Gameschooling is when board and card games are included in the homeschool experience to help enrich learning in a particular subject. In the case of P.E., it's not so much board games as it is sports equipment. Rather than just playing games for fun, gameschooling emphasizes the educational aspect of playing games. Since children tend to learn best while being engaged and having fun, gameschooling is seen as a great way to solidify material that may not be understood as readily if just reading it from a textbook.

+ Gameschooling Games
Operation
The classic game of Operation helps kids become familiar with the body parts. Play solor or with friends. Use the tweezers to remove Sam's ailments and try to avoid the "buzz" when you hit the side.

Number of Players:
1+
Ages:
6+





Pandemic
Pandemic is a cooperative board game in which players work as a team to treat infections around the world while gathering resources for cures. As a member of a disease fighting team, you work together to keep the world safe from outbreaks and epidemics before it's too late.

Number of Players:
2-4
Ages:
13+





Scabs N Guts
Scabs 'N' Guts is an exciting meducational board game packed with interesting and occasionally disgusting medical facts. Players or teams take turns to move around the fun and factual body-shaped game board while attempting to correctly answer the multiple choice questions from one of three unique body categories: Scrapes and Scabs, Blood and Guts or Blubber or Buff.

Number of Players:
2+
Ages:
6+






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