HLC’s behavioral health curriculum empowers youth with the knowledge and skills to make healthier choices in six critical areas: Decision-making/goal setting, nutrition, fitness, violence prevention, safety, and substance abuse prevention.
Each grade-specific curriculum binder covers six units that include twenty-four 45 minutes lessons. The binders also include additional lesson boosting activities that can be used to strengthen and reinforce each lesson’s key message, as well as teacher assessment tools and student self-assessment and reflection exercises.
The HLC Middle School Program focuses on teaching important health skills identified in the National Health Education Standards with an emphasis on promoting positive behaviors and helping students to advocate for their own health. The program is divided into units of instruction including:
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Price for Grades K-5: $129/per grade-level
Price for Middle School: $129
Using ART, MUSIC, SKITS and GAMES, CAMP BOOST can have a positive impact on youth health prevention. The activities of CAMP BOOST are designed to give youth the opportunity to play, socialize, be active and engage in enrichment activities all while learning and practicing vital health skills.
Youth enrolled in out-of-school time programs can benefit from positive prevention, social, and health gains. CAMP BOOST, can address the growing problems of inactivity and poor nutrition, introduce new skills such as conflict resolution and contribute to the decline of injuries and substance abuse. Activities are developmentally appropriate for two age categories: 5-8 and 9-12 year olds.
Camp Boost is aligned to National Health Education Standards as well as National Standards for Art Education.
Turtle Tykes introduces healthy behaviors to children ages 3-4 and can easily be integrated into a traditional preschool setting. It meets all curriculum guidelines for developmentally appropriate practices established by NAEYC.
Turtle Tykes has six units with five lessons in each unit, covering a 9-month school year. Lessons begin with a circle group activity, and include small and large group activities that offer social/emotional, cognitive and physical learning experiences. Also, each unit includes suggestions to reinforce key concepts in learning centers.