There was a substitute again today. There were more activities regarding communicable and noncommunicable diseases.
There was a substitute today. There were activities regarding communicable and noncommunicable diseases.
We discussed the noncommunicable disease of cancer.
There was a substitute today. You learned about "Inside Ralphie" and how pathogens invade and ways our body defends itself.
Dr. Blodgett from the Health Department taught us about how disease is spread.
How Disease is Spread
Students researched different aspects of birth and genetic disorders and presented their findings to the class. If you missed, come see me for a topic. :)
Create a 9 box foldable by folding a paper in thirds hot dog and hamburger ways. :) Label each box...1st month, 2nd month, 3rd month,..., all the way until 9th month. Watch the presentation and write a few words to describe what happens in utero each month and draw a representation. (Heart for heart beating, or hair on head or a ruler with the length - anything you'd like).
Growth and Development
Mrs. Brown is your favorite health teacher and is super excited to share what she knows about health to help everyone live healthier, happier lives.