Beacon Unit Plan Library
Unit Plans - Learner Level 1: Health
- A "Sense"sational Christmas (Authored by Cathy Burgess.)
- All About Me (Authored by Cathy Burgess.)
- Happy, Healthy Me (Authored by Cathy Burgess.)
Subject(s): Health, Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies (Kindergarten - Grade 2)
Description: You can’t stop teaching the standards at holiday time, so why not integrate science, health, social studies, and language arts while involving a Christmas theme? Christmas is rich in its appeal to the senses, so these hands–on activities will stimulate your students' awareness of their surroundings and how they learn about their world. Students explore the five senses with books, poetry, songs, movement, and experiments along with other traditional Christmas activities.
Subject(s): Health, Language Arts, Mathematics, Social Studies (Kindergarten - Grade 2)
Description: What do first graders like to talk about when they come back to school in August? You probably guessed it. They like talking about themselves! So, why not start the year off letting them do just that as you can get to know them, too! Help students celebrate their individuality and learn about likenesses and differences. This unit builds those important beginning of the year skills and a sense of family in your classroom. Along with language arts, this thematic study integrates math, social studies, and health as it complements the Reading Frameworks created by teachers in Bay District Schools and adapted from Patricia Cunningham’s Four Blocks. The [Month-by-Month Phonics] for 1st grade by Patricia Cunningham is also incorporated.
Subject(s): Health, Language Arts, Mathematics, Science (Kindergarten - Grade 2)
Description: What do you know about keeping fit and healthy? In the Happy Healthy Me unit, students learn about the heart and practice positive health activities to keep their bodies strong and in good condition. They are introduced to the food pyramid and learn the proper balance of nutritional foods. Students become taste testers and experience an alphabet of nutritious snacks. They also discover more about their muscles and bones and the importance of exercise. Later, children learn how healthy habits, sleep, and living tobacco free make for a healthy lifestyle.