Step 2 - Study & Life Skills 4 - Your Health & Well Being - Part 2

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Step 2 - Study & Life Skills 4 - Your Health & Well Being - Part 2

  • Develops literacy, vocabulary!
  • Helps keep the student healthy!
  • Helps the student participate in keeping others 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

The final course in the first year of Step 2 Study & Life Skills , ages 7-8, and for students of any age who are developing literacy.

All about the systems in the body, the illnesses that can strike a body and how to care for them, and ways to keep one's self healthy. A must course to follow up Elementary LYL 3, and for any student who needs to understand how the body works. Cancer, diabetes, MS, MD, the common cold — a host of ills are investigated as the student comes to better understand the body and how it works.

18 lessons, 9-10 weeks of study.

Concepts covered in this course:

  • What a body is and a simple idea of how one is supposed to work.
  • Skin diseases like cancer.
  • Skin problems like acne - causes, problems and possible solutions.
  • What a skeleton is.
  • Skeletal problems, injuries and illnesses.
  • What muscles are.
  • Muscle illnesses and injuries.
  • What nerves and a nervous system are.
  • Nervous disorders.
  • What organs are.
  • Problems and illnessess involving organs.
  • Teeth, eyes, ears, noses and throats - illnesses and how to help with them.
  • Doctors, medicines and natural cures such as diet or holistic approaches.
  • When one should go to a doctor or hospital.
  • The Patient's Bill of Rights.
  • Acute and chronic illness.
  • What to do to help when someone gets sick.
  • The common cold, the flu.
  • Asthma and allergies.
  • Multiple Sclerosis, Diabetes and Muscular Dystrophy.
  • Cancer.
  • Heart Attacks.
  • Drugs and alcohol and their effect on the body.
  • Addictions.
  • The nature of happiness.

(YES, this course covers all of the above!)

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