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Posted by: Lis HondurasTheme: Games;Health;Kinesthetic Activities;teaching
Age Group: pre-k;k-6;6-12;post-secondary Date Added: January 16, 2013
This outdoor game allows kids of all ages to participate - the younger ones simply run, the older ones play strategicely
Posted by: Kristen CretecosTheme: Classroom Management;Games;Health;Kinesthetic Activities;Other;teaching
Age Group: pre-k;k-6;6-12 Date Added: November 22, 2012
After being in the epicenter of a 7.6 earthquake in Costa Rica, the kids in our after school program were a little shaken up so we used some fun yoga games to teach them deep breathing and self soothing exercises.
Posted by: lisetotte alanko
Date Added: October 09, 2012
we have many resources for teachers and children , community gardens and HIV/AIDS groups in the communities.
Posted by: Jill BurdettTheme: Art;Classroom Management;ESL;Games;Health;History;Math;teaching
Age Group: pre-k;k-6;6-12 Date Added: May 20, 2012
IF you have not already seen this you should. GREAT resources for all primary teachers!! http://www.primaryresources.co.uk/google_search.htm?cx=partner-pub-6473552648755565%3A8447218298&cof=FORID%3A9&ie=UTF-8&q=perimetre&sa=Search
Posted by: Asociacion CREARTheme: Art;Environmental Issues;ESL;Games;Health;Kinesthetic Activities;Math;Other;teaching
Age Group: k-6 Date Added: May 09, 2012
Print resources can be difficult to obtain, which is why we compiled an online reference of web sites that offer plenty of high quality information to build a curriculum and or lesson plan library. Almost all are free of charge. Also included are references to ESL curriculum building sites. Enjoy!
Posted by: Fountain of MercyTheme: Environmental Issues;Health;Womens Empowerment;Other;teaching
Age Group: 6-12;post-secondary Date Added: April 26, 2012
An excellent resource for lesson plans on the use of child soldiers in Sierra Leone.
Posted by: Morgan PerlsonTheme: Art;Environmental Issues;ESL;Games;Health;Theater;Other;teaching
Age Group: k-6;6-12 Date Added: February 10, 2012
Healthy Water, Healthy Habits, Healthy People. Clean water, proper sanitation and good hygiene form a solid foundation for a student’s health education. This activities guide is designed to enable teachers to take an active role in making a real difference in the lives of children and their families. Its pages are filled with engaging ways to impart an understanding about how common water-borne and hygiene-related diseases are spread. In addition to learning how to protect their health and that of their families, students will gain a healthy respect for the important water sources on which we all depend. Available in English, French, Kiswahili and Spanish.
Posted by: Godfrey OgomaTheme: Health;teaching
Age Group: k-6 Date Added: February 09, 2012
Teaching kids about AIDS and HIV is essential to preventing the spread of the disease. The level of understanding will vary from grade to grade, so your approach must vary as well. While young children will understand sickness and disease, they may not easily comprehend methods of disease transmission.
Posted by: Lacey WorelTheme: Health;teaching
Age Group: k-6 Date Added: December 09, 2011
A collection for hygiene, nutrition and cooking lessons (recipes) in English and Spanish for pre k and k studnets.
Posted by: Shannon NgTheme: Health;Womens Empowerment;teaching
Age Group: post-secondary Date Added: October 16, 2011
This manual was forwarded to PSF by a friend from the Peace Corps. It contains helpful guide lines as to how to go about teaching sex education in Latin America. Beware that it is in Spanish.
Posted by: Lauren OdmanTheme: Health;teaching
Age Group: k-6 Date Added: October 13, 2011
Teach dental health, basic hygiene, and HIV prevention
Posted by: Anoop JainTheme: Health;teaching
Age Group: 6-12 Date Added: September 18, 2011
Two documents demonstrate causes and consequences of malnutrition in rural India as well as pathways to healthier living.