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1 Home Health Education: An Interactive Lesson Pamela Callahan, RN, BSN Washington State University - Vancouver Graduate Nursing Student

2 Home Physical Activity Healthy Eating References for Teachers

3 Home Resources for Teachers for Teachers Content References

4 Home Physical activity is moving your body by using your muscles. Some people use the word exercise instead of physical activity. Gavin, M. L., & Kecskemethy, H. (2004, June). Why exercise is cool. Retrieved November 5, 2006, from

5 Home Exercise is good for your body. It helps use the energy your body creates. Your body creates this energy from the healthy foods that you eat. Exercise gets your heart pumping. Swimming, dancing and soccer are all types of exercise.Swimming, dancing and soccer are all types of exercise. Gavin, M. L., & Kecskemethy, H. (2004, June). Why exercise is cool. Retrieved November 5, 2006, from

6 Home Stronger Muscles Stronger Heart You Feel Better Gavin, M. L., & Kecskemethy, H. (2004, June). Why exercise is cool. Retrieved November 5, 2006, from Why is exercise important?

7 Home Kids exercise all the time without even knowing it! What exercises do you do? Skipping Running Dancing Jumping Swimming Climbing Sports

8 Home How Much Exercise? 30 Minutes Everyday Gavin, M. L., & Kecskemethy, H. (2004, June). Why exercise is cool. Retrieved November 5, 2006, from

9 Home Exercise Learning Activities Create A New Game Community Activity Search Exercise Word Scramble Quiz

10 Home Click Here To Play The Game Click Here To Play The Game When finished with the word scramble, click the X in the upper right hand corner to close the window and return to this page.

11 Home Have you ever made up a new game? Here is your chance. Make up a game that you can teach your friends. Supply List Questions

12 Home Tennis Racket Jump Rope Bucket Ball 3 Cones

13 Home What is the name of your game? What are the rules of your game? How do you play? How many people can play at the same time?

14 Home Community Activity Search What exercise activities are there by your house or school?What exercise activities are there by your house or school? Do you know where you can go to exercise?Do you know where you can go to exercise? Look in the newspapers, on the bulletin boards at school or on the internet to find some exercise activities that interest you.Look in the newspapers, on the bulletin boards at school or on the internet to find some exercise activities that interest you.

15 Home Make a poster about the your activity.Make a poster about the your activity. This poster will tell others about fun exercise activities.This poster will tell others about fun exercise activities.

16 Home Exercise Quiz Question 1 What is another word for physical activity? –A. ExerciseA. Exercise –B. MovingB. Moving –C. SleepingC. Sleeping –D. PlayingD. Playing

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19 Home Exercise Quiz Question 2 Which of the following is not a type of exercise? –A. RunningA. Running –B. DancingB. Dancing –C. SleepingC. Sleeping –D. SwimmingD. Swimming

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22 Home Exercise Quiz Question 3 How much exercise should everyone get in one day? –A. 5 minutesA. 5 minutes –B. 30 minutesB. 30 minutes –C. 4 hoursC. 4 hours –D. 15 minutesD. 15 minutes

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25 Home Exercise Quiz Question 4 Exercise is moving your body by using what? –A. BoneA. Bone –B. BloodB. Blood –C. MuscleC. Muscle –D. None of theseD. None of these

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29 Home What is it? The food guide pyramid is a picture that helps people understand how to eat healthy by using colors and pictures.The food guide pyramid is a picture that helps people understand how to eat healthy by using colors and pictures. The food guide pyramid has six colored stripes.The food guide pyramid has six colored stripes. Each color represents a different food group.Each color represents a different food group. The stairs on the side of the pyramid tell us that exercise is an important part of a healthy life.The stairs on the side of the pyramid tell us that exercise is an important part of a healthy life. Source:

30 Home Each color on the pyramid represents a different group of foods. Click on the color to learn about each food group. Source:

31 Home Grain Group Grains include bread, pasta, rice, cereal and oatmeal. Kids your age should have 5 to 6 servings of grains everyday. Source:

32 Home Vegetable Group Vegetables include carrots, green beans, lettuce, peas and many more. Kids your age should have between 2 and 2½ cups of veggies a day. Source:

33 Home Fruit Group Fruits include oranges, watermelon, apples, bananas and many more.Fruits include oranges, watermelon, apples, bananas and many more. Kids your age should have 1½ cups of fruit each day.Kids your age should have 1½ cups of fruit each day. Source:

34 Home Milk and Dairy Group This group includes milk, cheese, yogurt, cottage cheese and many more.This group includes milk, cheese, yogurt, cottage cheese and many more. Kids your age should have 3 cups of milk or dairy each day.Kids your age should have 3 cups of milk or dairy each day. Source:

35 Home Meat, Beans, Fish and Nuts Group This group includes eggs, peanut butter, nuts, beans, meat, fish and many more.This group includes eggs, peanut butter, nuts, beans, meat, fish and many more. This group is also called the protein group.This group is also called the protein group. Everyday, kids your age should eat 5 servings from this group.Everyday, kids your age should eat 5 servings from this group. Source:

36 Home Fats and Oils Fats and oils are already in many of the foods we eat.Fats and oils are already in many of the foods we eat. It is important to choose foods that have a small amount of fat and oil. These foods are better for your body.It is important to choose foods that have a small amount of fat and oil. These foods are better for your body. Source:

37 Home Learning Activities Feed the Feed the Monster Crossword Puzzle Internet Recipe Internet Recipe Search Quiz

38 Home Feed the Monster This game will help you learn how to make healthy food choices. Play the Game When finished with the game, click the X in the upper right hand corner to close the window and return to this page.

39 Home Crossword Puzzle Crossword Puzzle When finished with the crossword puzzle, click the X in the upper right hand corner to close the window and return to this page.

40 Home Internet Recipe Search What can you make for a healthy snack?What can you make for a healthy snack? Search the internet and find a healthy snack recipe that you can make.Search the internet and find a healthy snack recipe that you can make. Or create your own recipe.Or create your own recipe. Give a copy of the recipe to your teacher.Give a copy of the recipe to your teacher. You can use the Kids Snack Page for recipe ideas.You can use the Kids Snack Page for recipe ideas.Kids Snack Page Kids Snack Page When finished with the snack page, click the X in the upper right hand corner to close the window and return to this page.

41 Home Healthy Eating Question 1 How many colored stripes are on the food guide pyramid? –A. 6A. 6 –B. 3B. 3 –C. 4C. 4 –D. 1D. 1

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44 Home Healthy Eating Question 2 Which food group does red represent? –A. GrainsA. Grains –B. VegetablesB. Vegetables –C. FruitC. Fruit –D. MeatD. Meat

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47 Home Healthy Eating Question 3 How many cups of fruit should a kid your age eat everyday? –A. 3A. 3 –B. 1 1/2B. 1 1/2 –C. 2C. 2 –D. 5D. 5

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50 Home Healthy Eating Quiz Question 4 What do the stairs represent on the food guide pyramid –A. ExerciseA. Exercise –B. NothingB. Nothing –C. FoodC. Food –D. All of the aboveD. All of the above

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53 Home Resources for Teachers Printable Quiz Erickson’s Developmental Stages Health Belief Model Healthy Schools Campaign National Health Education Standards Washington State Learning Goals Health Finder for Kids

54 Home Content References Beard, L. A., Harper, C., & Riley, G. (2004, November/December). Online versus on-campus instruction: Student attitudes. TechTrends, 48(6), Billings, D. M., & Halstead, J. A. (2005). Teaching in nursing: A guide for faculty (2nd ed.). St. Louis, MO: Elsevier. Buller, D. B., Hall, J. R., Powers, P. J., Ellsworth, R., Beach, B. H., et al. (1999). Evaluation of the "sunny days, healthy ways" sun safety CD-ROM program for children in grades 4 and 5. Cancer Prevention and Control, 3(3), Communication Initiative (2003, July 29). Health Belief Model. Retrieved October 11, 2006, from Connell, D. B., Turner, R. R., & Mason, E. F. (1985). Summary of findings of the school health education evaluation: Health promotion effectiveness, implementation, and costs. School Health Education, 55(8), Cristie, K. (2005, September). Setting food and exercise standards for kids. Phi Delta Kappan, 87(1), 5-7. Department of Health and Human Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2006, May 23). Overweight and obesity. Retrieved July 3, 2006, from Gavin, M. L., & Kecskemethy, H. (2004, June). Why exercise is cool. Retrieved November 5, 2006, from Hopper, K. B. (2001, September/October). Is the internet a classroom? TechTrends, 45(5), Joint Committee on National Heath Education Standards (2005). National health education standards: Achieving health literacy. Retrieved June 30, 2006, from Jones, J., & Kickbusch, I. (1995). Improving health through schools. World Health, 48(2), Lightfoot, J. M. (2005). Integrating emerging technologies into traditional classrooms: A pedagogic approach. International Journal of Instructional Media, 32, Loose Leaf Library (1990). Erikson's developmental stages. Retrieved October 11, 2006, from guidebk/teachtip/erikson.htm NHES Review and Revision Panel (2005, September 23) national Health Education Standards PreK-12. Retrieved March 3, 2006, from Nemours Foundation (2005, September). The food guide pyramid. Retrieved November 25, 2006, from Palmer, S., Graham, G., & Elliott, E. (2005). Effects of a web-based health program on fifth grade children's physical activity knowledge, attitudes and behavior. American Journal of Health Education, 36(2), Polit, D. F., & Beck, C. T. (2004). Nursing research: Principles and methods (7th ed.). Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Summerfield, L. M. (2005). Promoting physical activity and exercise amoung children. Retrieved November 5, 2006, from Thornburg, R., & Hill, K. (2004, November/December). Using internet assessment tools for health and physical education instruction. TechTrends, 48, 6. Retrieved July 1, 2006, from ERIC database. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (2001, February). Healthy people 2010: A systematic approach to health improvement. Retrieved November 14, 2004, from Wagner, R. W. (1997, January/February). The teacher and technology: The bottom line. TechTrends, 43(1), Washington State Department of Education (2002, February). Essential academic learning requirements: Health and fitness. Retrieved March 12, 2006, from Wikipedia (2006, August 11). Flesch-Kincaid Readability Test. Retrieved August 21, 2006, from Wilkinson, C., Pennington, T. R., & Padfield, G. (2000, August). Student perceptions of using skill software in physical education. JOPERD, 71(6), Wozney, L., Venkatesh, V., & Abrami, P. C. (2006). Implementing Computer Technologies: Teachers' perceptions and practices. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 14(1), Wylie, W. E. (1983, August). Cost-benefit analysis of a school health education program: One method. Journal of School Health, 53(6),


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