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Kleist Health Education Center

Virtual Workbook

Grades 4-6

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Call: (239) 590-7459 or Email: khec@fgcu.edu


Hello and thank you for taking the time to access our wonderful health education learning materials! Our nonprofit Kleist Health Education Center provides a stimulating setting for students, teachers, and Southwest Florida community members to learn about making healthy choices. Part of the Marieb College of Health & Human Services, our health education programs are interactive, animated and full of vital information. All our programs are aligned to meet Florida's Common Core State Standards, assisting administrators and educators with school curriculum. The KHEC’s online ‘easy access learning environment’ was created to assist teachers, parents, students, and other community partners with access to valuable health lessons during these challenging COVID-19 times. Our web-based lessons are relevant and are focused on 4 key areas: character education, fitness, nutrition, and general health. We hope these learning lessons will meet your needs and support our teachers, students, and parents. This Virtual Workbook was created to supplement the 8 learning lessons available on our website: https://www.fgcu.edu/mariebcollege/khec/. This workbook has been designed to continue the learning process of health information in a safe environment, either at home or when school is back in session. Each topic area contains 2 lesson activities. The short virtual lessons and accompanying workbook can supplement your existing curriculum or be a tool to start your ‘at home discussions’ with your children. Please feel free to download the entire workbook or just the specific learning activities that you would like to use. Please call us at: 239-590-7459 to make a reservation (after COVID-19 stay at home order is lifted) and see more of our health education programs! Sincerely, The KHEC Staff


Kleist Health Education Center Workbook for: Character Education 4-6


NAME: _________________________________ DATE: ___________________________

Social Responsibility: Just a Walk in the Park? Read the scenarios and consider what appropriate responses may be considering personal and social responsibility. Many of the actions that we do and do not take, can drastically affect other people. How can your ripple effect be a positive one?

1. You and your best friend are walking in the local park. Your friend offers you half of a granola bar. You accept. When your friend removes their half from the wrapper, they throw the wrapper on the ground and continue walking. What would you do? How could your friend’s action affect others? How could your decision affect others? ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ 2. When you and your friend continue your walk through the park, you come across some other students from your grade at school laughing and pushing around a smaller student. The smaller student looks upset and is telling the older students to leave them alone. Your friend says, “Ugh… I hate those guys, let’s go back this way before they see us…” What would you do? How could your friend’s action affect others? How could your decision affect others? ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ 3. Later that night, as you scroll through your favorite social media app, you see a video that someone posted of the younger/smaller student being pushed around by the older/bigger students with the caption, “Look at this loser CRYING… what a baby!” You see that a few of your friends shared the video seemed to think it was very funny. What would you do? How could your friends’ actions affect others? How could your decision affect others? ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________

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Story Writing Let your imagination run wild with a story! Create a song, poem, short story or other creation that portrays a character that has to make a decision in a situation where one could act right or wrong. These could be serious and suspenseful or silly and feature the family pet as your main character.

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Fitness 4-6


Name: ____________________________________

Date: _________________________

Sophia’s favorite activities include watching movies, TV, and playing video games. She goes for a mile walk every single day for her physical activity. When she occasionally plays volleyball with friends, she gets very tired and out of breath and cannot move very fast. She also found out from her doctor that she is not at a healthy weight. What components of the F.I.T.T. theory is Sophia meeting? What areas could she work on to form a healthier routine? __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ Chris participates in an hour-long teenage boot camp class once a week and an hour-long yoga class once a week. While he has seen minimal improvement in his strength and flexibility, he feels like he could be doing much better. What components of the F.I.T.T. theory is Chris meeting? What areas could he work on to form a healthier routine? __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________

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My Fitness Assessment Walk the Plank! How was your balance? A. B. C. D.

I made it all the way across without flinching I was wobbly but made it all the way across I made it all the way across and only had to touch the ground or hold a support once I had trouble making it across with help from the ground or a support

**Balance is important throughout a lifetime and practicing balance can be fun! See how confident you can get walking the plank regularly. Super Strength Moves! How many sit-ups did you complete in one minute? _____________ How many push-ups did you complete in one minute? ____________ How high was your wall jump? _______________ **Track these things in a journal, attempting them at least 3 days each week and see how you progress! Sit and Reach for Flexibility! How far could you reach? A. B. C. D.

I could barely straighten my legs all the way and/or could just reach my knees I could reach my shins/ankles I could reach my feet I could reach past my toes

**Flexibility is very important and you can become more flexible quickly! To improve flexibility, focus on stretching every day. Stretch before breakfast and before you go to sleep. You can even stretch while watching a movie or television! Running for Cardiovascular Strength! How fast can you run two laps? _____________ How fast can you run four laps? _____________ **Continue trying to beat your own time twice per week and watch how fast you get! You may even want to start adding laps!


Create a weekly plan where you can demonstrate the principles of F.I.T.T. EXAMPLE

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday Thursday

8am- 10 minute stretch 10am- 30 minute bike ride 5pm- 60 min backyard volleyball 9pm- 10 minute stretch

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Friday

Saturday


Kleist Health Education Center Workbook for: General Health 4-6


MYSTERIOUS MICROBES K-W-L CHART

WRITE THREE COMMENTS IN EACH HEXAGON ABOUT WHAT YOU ALREADY KNEW ABOUT MICROBES BEFORE THE PROGRAM, WHAT YOU LEARNED ABOUT MICROBES FROM THE PROGRAM, AND WHAT YOU STILL WANT TO LEARN ABOUT MICROBES. THEN DO YOUR OWN INDEPENDENT RESEARCH TO DISCOVER YOUR QUERIES!

What I Knew

What I Learned

What I Still Want to Know

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NAME: ________________________________ DATE: _____________________

MYSTERIOUS MICROBES 1. Fill in the blanks: List three types of microbes: _______________, _______________, and ______________. Besides helminths, they are all ____________________, which means that they can not be seen by just the human eye. All of these microbes could cause _______________. (WORD BANK: virus, disease, bacteria, microscopic, fungi, protozoa) 2. Describe in detail, three scenarios where someone could spread microbes to someone else: a. ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ b. ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ c. ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ 3. Describe, in detail, how you would prevent microbes from spreading in the following situations: a. You are about to eat or prepare food: ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ b. You just finished preparing food: ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ c. Your little brother is sick: ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ d. Your friend fell while playing and scraped their leg and is now bleeding: ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________

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Kleist Health Education Center Workbook for:

Nutrition 4-6


NAME: ___________________________________ DATE: ____________________________

Nutrition Label Worksheet All packaged foods are required to display a nutrition label. This nutrition label contains information about the caloric content, amount of fat, protein, carbohydrates, and other required nutrients. Examine the following nutrition labels and answer the questions. For youth aged 9-13, the recommended number of calories consumed each day should be between 1,600 and 2,600 depending on age and activity level. 1. What do you think the purpose of this part of the label is? How do they want to make the person that purchases this box feel? __________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2. According to the label, what is the serving size, or how many Pop-Tarts are recommended to eat in one sitting? ____________________________________________________ 2b. If someone were to eat two servings, how many total calories would they consume? ____________________________________________________ 3. If fat provides 9 calories per gram, how many calories from fat would you take in by eating 2 servings? ____________________________________________________ 3b. If each gram of carbohydrates provides 4 calories, how many calories from carbohydrates would you take in by eating 2 servings? ____________________________________ 3c. So, if someone were to consume 2 servings, how many total calories would they be consuming from fats and carbohydrates alone? _________________________________ 4. This is where you can find the information that you just used to calculate totals for questions for box #3. The “calories per gram� for fat, carbs, and protein do not change. 5. Based on the ingredients shown, what food group could Pop-Tarts possibly be included in? __________________________________________________________________________________________________ 6. Based on your calculations and the information on the label, do you think that this food product would be considered a GO, SLOW, or WOAH food? Why? __________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________

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Name: __________________________________________________ Date: ______________________________ Keep track of everything you eat for three days. Write all the foods that you eat and drink on the track sheet below and place them in the correct category of Go, Slow or Woah. Do you eat mostly Go foods? Do you need to make some changes in the foods you eat? Did you eat foods from all the food groups?

[Cite your source here.]

Breakfast GO

Lunch

SLOW WOAH GO

Snack

SLOW WOAH GO

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

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Dinner

SLOW WOAH GO

SLOW WOAH


Kleist Health Education Center Answer Keys

Grades 4-6


NAME: ________________________________ DATE: _____________________

MYSTERIOUS MICROBES 1. Fill in the blanks: List three types of microbes: virus, bacteria, fungi, helminths, and protozoa. Besides helminths, they are all microscopic, which means that they can not be seen by just the human eye. All of these microbes could cause disease. (WORD BANK: virus, disease, bacteria, microscopic, fungi, protozoa) 2. Describe in detail, three scenarios where someone could spread microbes to someone else: (include detailed descriptions of sneezing/coughing in someone else’s space, germs in food, spreading germs by touching various objects, touching mouth/nose/eyes, sharing drinking glasses, etc.) 3. Describe, in detail, how you would prevent microbes from spreading in the following situations: a. You are about to eat or prepare food: wash hands with soap and water, clean preparation area, clean produce to food standards, cook meat to food standards b. You just finished preparing food: clean preparation area, wash hands with soap and water, c. Your little brother is sick: maintain distance as much as possible, do not share food/drink/toys, sanitize common household things (remote control, door knobs, sink handles, toilets, etc.) d. Your friend fell while playing and scraped their leg and is now bleeding: allow friend to treat their own wound if possible, have friend wash their hands with soap and water and then wash the wounded area with soap and water, have friend cover the wound with a sterile bandage

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NAME: ___________________________________ DATE: ____________________________

Nutrition Label Worksheet All packaged foods are required to display a nutrition label. This nutrition label contains information about the caloric content, amount of fat, protein, carbohydrates, and other required nutrients. Examine the following nutrition labels and answer the questions. For youth aged 9-13, the recommended number of calories consumed each day should be between 1,600 and 2,600 depending on age and activity level. 1. What do you think the purpose of this part of the label is? How do they want to make the person that purchases this box feel? **To make the product seem healthy. They want the buyer to feel happy that they are buying a healthy product. 2. According to the label, what is the serving size, or how many Pop-Tarts are recommended to eat in one sitting? **1 pastry 2b. If someone were to eat two servings, how many total calories would they consume? **420 3. If fat provides 9 calories per gram, how many calories from fat would you take in by eating 2 servings? **144 3b. If each gram of carbohydrates provides 4 calories, how many calories from carbohydrates would you take in by eating 2 servings? **272 3c. So, if someone were to consume 2 servings, how many total calories would they be consuming from fats and carbohydrates alone? **416 4. This is where you can find the information that you just used to calculate totals for questions for box #3. The “calories per gram� for fat, carbs, and protein do not change. 5. Based on the ingredients shown, what food group could Pop-Tarts possibly be included in? **Grains 6. Based on your calculations and the information on the label, do you think that this food product would be considered a GO, SLOW, or WOAH food? Why? **WOAH- contains many chemicals and unnatural ingredients. Almost all the calories come from fat and carbohydrates, mostly sugar.

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