CPS08-09 Health: Grade K Version: CPS08-09


 
Scholastic Area that Course Is Active In: Health

Strand: Health Concepts


 
HK1 Health Concepts
Students will comprehend concepts related to health promotion and disease prevention to enhance health
Element: HK1a (Emotional/Mental)
The learner will recognize emotions and appropriate ways to express them
Element: HK1b (Emotional/Mental)
The learner will identify conflict and it's causes.
Element: HK1c (Nutrition/Personal Health)
The learner will identify various food by name.
Element: HK1d (Nutrition/Personal Health)
The learner will relate how personal health practices affect the functions of the skin (hygiene).
Element: HK1e(Medicine Safety)
The learner will describe why medicines are used.
Element: HK1f (Medicine Safety)
The learner will identify different forms of medicines.
Element: HK1g (Growth and Development)
The learner will be able to identify the five senses and explain ways to protect the body parts related to them.
Element: HK1h (Growth and Development)
The learner will be able to identify parts of the body and explain how they work.
Element: HK1i (Disease Prevention)
The learner will recogize that germs can cause sickness.
Element: HK1j (Disease Prevention)
The learner will describe ways to keep disease from spreading.
Element: HK1k (Personal Safety)
The learner will recognize safe and unsafe practices in the home, school, and community.
Element: HK1l (Personal Safety)
The learner will describe safe ways to escape a fire.
Element: HK1m (Personal Safety)
The learner will be able to identify threats to personal safety (e.g. child abuse, physical abuse, neglect and emotional abuse).
Element: HK1n (Personal Health)
The learner will name healthy behaviors.
Element: HK1o (Personal Health)
The learner will identify that physical health is one dimension of health and wellness
 

Strand: Life Skills


 
HK2 Influence of Family, Peers, Culture, Media, and Technology
Students will analyze the influence of family, peers, culture, media, technology, and other factors on health behaviors
Element: HK2a
The learner will describe how family and the media influence health practices and behaviors.
Element: HK2b (Personal Health)
The learner will identify what the school can do to support health practices.
 

 
HK3 Assess Valid Health Information
Students will demonstrate the ability to access valid information and products and services to enhance
Element: HK3a
The learner will identify trusted adults who can help promote health.
Element: HKb
The learner will identify school and community health helpers.
 

 
HK4 Communication Skills
Students will demonstrate the ability to use interpersonal communication skills to enhance health and avoid or reduce health risks
Element: HK4a (Personal Safety)
The learner will demonstrate ways to respond when in a threatening or dangerous situation.
Element: HK4b (Personal Safety)
The learner will discuss ways to express feelings in a healthy way.
Element: HK4c (Personal Safety)
The learner will develop listening skills to enhance health.
 

 
HK5 Decision-Making Skills
Students will demonstrate the ability to use decision-making skills to enhance health
Element: HK5a
The learner will identify situations when a health-related decision is needed.
Element: HK5b
The learner will discuss when and what assistance is needed for health-related situations.
 

 
HK6 Goal-Setting Skills
Students will demonstrate the ability to use goal-setting skills to enhance health
Element: HK6a
The learner will identify a short-term health goal and take action toward achieving that goal.
Element: HK6b
The learner will identify family members who can assist with achieving short-term health goals.
 

 
HK7 Health-Enhancing Behaviors
Students will demonstrate the ability to practice health-enhancing behaviors and avoid or reduce helath risk.
Element: HK7a
The learner will demonstrate healthy practices and behaviors to maintain or improve personal health and wellness.
Element: HK7b
The learner will demonstrate healthy behaviors tat prevent injuries.
 

 
HK8 Advocate for personal, famnily and community health
Students will demonstrate the ability to advocate for personal, family, and community health.
Element: HK8a
The learner will encourage family and peers to make positive health choices.
Element: HK8b
The learner will learn how to seek assistance to prmote personal health.
 

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