Going beyond the basics of calories in and calories burned, Choose Health gives kids a bigger picture. Our brains have a huge part to play in our nutrition, fitness and long-term health. See the Nutrition + Fitness course outline and lesson sample below.
Kids need to learn tools to avoid risky behaviors. This includes leaning about protecting their largest sex organ: the brain. Parents can help their kids navigate this course and select options that they deem are age appropriate. See the Reproduction + Sexuality course outline and lesson sample below.
Fruits a veggies can only go so far if we have a regular diet of toxic thoughts, or if we are constantly plugged into devices. Kids will dive into science of the brain to gain a better understanding of how our minds impact our overall health. See the Mind + Emotions course outline and lesson sample below.
Craving is normal and healthy. Choose Health helps kids understand how craving can lead them into dangerous territory with alcohol, nicotine and drugs. Kids will learn tools to avoid the risk of substance use and addiction. See the Avoiding Substances course outline and lesson sample below.
Average debt levels for college graduates is increasing. Students need to learn what their spending, saving and debt choices will do to their financial health. They will also understand the impact this has on their mental and physical health. See the Financial Health course outline and lesson sample below.
Self care happens everyday, all day long. This course covers the basics of personal hygiene for students wanting a complete Health course for their high school transcript. Younger students can use it as an introduction before moving to more intense topics. See the Personal Health + Hygiene course outline and lesson sample below.