Tobacco 400 Question Yes or No When you walk through a group of smokers are you smoking?
Tobacco 400 Answer 400 Answer 400 Answer Yes. You are inhaling second-hand smoke. BACK
Tobacco 500 Question Name 3 places where you are protected from second-hand smoke.
Tobacco 500 Answer 500 Answer 500 Answer School playground Inside the school When getting a ride to school (e.g. car, bus, etc.) On the soccer field BACK
Sun Safety 100 Question Wearing all of the following will give you more protection from the sun’s ultraviolet radiation except: a)Baseball cap b)Wide-brim hat, long sleeve shirt/pants c)Sunglasses d)Broad spectrum sunscreen with SPF 30
Sun Safety 100 Answer 100 Answer 100 Answer a) Baseball cap BACK
Sun Safety 200 Question True or False The sun’s rays are the strongest and the most harmful to your skin from 11 AM to 4 PM.
Sun Safety 200 Answer 200 Answer 200 Answer True BACK
Sun Safety 300 Question True or False If your shadow is taller than you are, it’s time to find some shade.
Sun Safety 300 Answer 300 Answer 300 Answer False BACK
Sun Safety 400 Question True or False Sun protection is only needed when the UV Index is 3 or greater.
Sun Safety 400 Answer 400 Answer 400 Answer False BACK
Sun Safety 500 Question You can get a sunburn in: a)Winter b)Spring c)Summer d)Fall e)All of the above
Sun Safety 500 Answer 500 Answer 500 Answer e) All of the above BACK
Healthy Schools 300 Question How can you make your school a healthy school? Name 2 ways.
Healthy Schools 300 Answer 300 Answer 300 Answer Join a Healthy School Team or Health Action Team Be a peer leader with clubs like: Peers Running Organized Play Stations (PROPS) Promote healthy eating & physical activity in your school Be a good role model Be an Eco-school Join your Student Council Start a school garden BACK
Healthy Schools 400 Question True or False An example of a Healthy Physical Environment in school is making the playground a bully-free zone.
Healthy Schools 500 Question The ability to “bounce back” from difficult life situations is called: a) Resiliency b) Happiness c) Coping
Healthy Schools 500 Answer 500 Answer 500 Answer BACK a) Resiliency
Asthma in Schools 100 Question When someone with asthma is exposed to these things (e.g. cats, dogs, dust, smoke, pollen, cold & flu viruses) it triggers their asthma. What are these things called?
Asthma in Schools 100 Answer 100 Answer 100 Answer Asthma triggers BACK
Asthma in Schools 200 Question Name 2 asthma triggers.
Asthma in Schools 200 Answer 200 Answer 200 Answer Any 2 of the following: Dust mites Cold and flu viruses Some foods Furry animals Pollen from trees and some plants Cigarette smoke Mould Perfumes Smog Exercise (for some people exercise can trigger asthma) BACK
Asthma in Schools 300 Question Yes or No Can people with asthma exercise?
Asthma in Schools 300 Answer 300 Answer 300 Answer Yes BACK
Asthma in Schools 400 Question Name 2 symptoms of asthma.
Asthma in Schools 400 Answer 400 Answer 400 Answer Any 2 of the following: Coughing Wheezing Difficulty breathing Shortness of breath Chest tightness BACK
Asthma in Schools 500 Question Name 3 things you can do to create an Asthma Friendly School.
Asthma in Schools 500 Answer 500 Answer 500 Answer Any 3 of the following: Know who has asthma Don’t wear perfumes or scented products to school Don’t use scented markers Know what to do if someone is having an asthma attack Learn about asthma Know common asthma triggers Reduce common asthma triggers in the school BACK
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