Too Good For Drugs Grade 6 Workbooks
25 Workbooks, Saddle Stitched
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 navigate their way to a healthy future as they begin their journey through adolescence in Too Good for Drugs Grade 6. This comprehensive evidence based prevention education program mitigates risk and builds protection within the child to resist peer pressure and influence and substance abuse.
Goal setting, decision making, identifying and managing emotions, effective communication, and bonding and relationship skills empower students to set goals and work towards their healthy future. Strategies and techniques to refuse negative peer pressure build confidence and self-efficacy in real-life scenarios prevalent in middle school. Skills are applied in select drug information lessons that teach the short and long-term effects of abusing alcohol, marijuana, tobacco, inhalants, and street drugs and how they can interfere with goals.
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, Three Posters: Goal Setting Poster, Decision Making Poster, Alcohol is Alcohol Poster, Tobacco Related Disease Display Cards, Peer Refusal Strategy Cards, Healthy, Alcohol, and Marijuana Brain Scan Cards, Five Role Play Script Sets, Prevention 500 Game, 4 Sets.
Publisher: Mendez Foundation
Published Year: 2017