Step 2 - Study & Life Skills 3 - Your Health & Well Being - Part 1

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Step 2 - Study & Life Skills 3 - Your Health & Well Being - Part 1

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  • Develops literacy, vocabulary!
  • Helps keep the student healthy!
  • Fun, hands-on activities!
  • Develops critical thinking skills!
  • Lesson plans are complete and ready to use!  Start now!

The content is aimed at encouraging students to think deeper about their choices and their options. This is done simply, but VERY effectively. The message is easy to understand, but thought provoking and offers the student the means to be able to really comprehend the material. These are true Life Skills, I think they could even be used with older children with great results.  J.D. Homeschool Mom
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The second semester Step 2 Study & Life Skills starts with this course, for students ages 7-8, or for students of any age who are developing literacy.

This course covers food and diet, exercise, sleep, cleanliness — the things a person should be aware of and know about to keep themselves healthy and well. 19 lessons and one test, a full ten week of study that will help change a student's life and put him in charge of his own body and its needs. Followed by Step 2 Study & Life Skills 4, which explains more about wellness and diseases, so the student can understand and have some control over his own health, and even help with the care of others.

Study & Life Skills courses do not need to be done in order, and if a student ages 7-8 needs to understand the body, illness and wellness NOW, then Study & Life Skills 3 and 4 are excellent choices, a full semester of work between them.  This course provides the student a good, basic understanding of day-to-day health, and what one needs to have and do in order to be as healthy as they can.

Concepts covered in this course include:

  • What health is.
  • Things that a healthy body can do.
  • Things that unhealthy bodies cannot do.
  • Food and its effect on the body.
  • A history of food.
  • Water and its importance to the body.
  • What polluted water does to the body.
  • How we get our food.
  • Protein and its importance.
  • Carbohydrates and their value as food.
  • Fats in food and their importance and liabilities.
  • Obesity.
  • Vitamins and Minerals and their value to the body.
  • Vegetarianism - pros and cons, and types of vegetarians.
  • Sleep and its importance.
  • Exercise and its importance.
  • Breathing, clean air and its importance to the body.
  • Cleanliness and its value to health.
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