Teacher's Manual, 25 Student Workbooks, 4 Posters, Banner, 7 Cards/Games
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Too Good for Drugs
is an evidence-based, interactive classroom curriculum designed to help students learn: cognitive skills for making decisions, how to manage emotions; and social strategies to refuse peer pressure.
Through grade-specific lesson kits utilizing dolls, puppets, games, characters and other fun interactions Too Good for Drugs
engages staff and students in age-appropriate positive team learning about the consequences of using alcohol and other drugs.
Students acquire the essential skills needed to handle common life pressures and remain drug free through social and emotional learning. The Too Good for Drugs Grade 7 Kit includes easy-to-implement activities, games, and visual aids that are fun and keep students engaged.
Students strengthen their ability to set and reach personal goals, plan their actions, evaluate their choices, solve problems, identify and manage their emotions, handle conflict peacefully, and apply peer refusal strategies and positive peer selection skills.
Students also learn about addiction and the effects of alcohol, tobacco, marijuana, and prescription drug abuse on the teenage body and brain. Students explore how goals, peers, media, and family influence their decisions and to identify healthy alternatives to drugs.
The complete curriculum kit provides all the tools you need to teach these engaging lessons with minimal preparation including: Teacher's Manual, 25 Student Workbooks, Peer Refusal Strategy Cards, Four Posters (Goal Setting, Decision Making, Alcohol is Alcohol, Al K. Hol), Al K. Hol Display Cards, Three sets of Display Cards (Facial Expressions, Body Silhouettes, Communication Role Accessories), Communications Banner, Five Role Play Sets, Goal for It Game (4 Sets), Toxic Concentration Game (4 Sets), Healthy, Alcohol, and Marijuana Brain Scan Cards
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