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Note: Grade levels are given as a guideline only. Many lessons are adaptable.

FLOSSING YOUR TEETH Pre-K
This activity teaches children about dental hygiene in a creative way. By: Nicki Hackett. [read more]

HEALTHY FOOD CHART Pre-K
This activity teaches young children the importance of good health and healthy choices. By: Heather Gordon. [read more]

OLYMPIC DAY/FIELD DAY Gr. K-2
Jackie C. has tips on how to get your kiddos involved in field day activities. [read more]


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