Teacher and Educator Resources

Contact(s)

Here are some suggested resources to support classroom learning and a healthy school environment. For more information or to book a resource, contact the Healthy Schools Program at healthy.schools@healthunit.ca or 1-800-563-2808 ext. 5231.

Hand Hygiene 

Hand Hygiene Resources

Resource Name and Target Audience

Resource Description

 

Photograph of Resource

 

Glidderbug
Kindergarten through Grades 8

The Glidderbug is a UV lamp that can be used to do hand washing demonstrations in a bright environment.

 

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Glidderbug
Healthy Hands: Hand Hygiene Resource Kit
Kindergarten through Grades 8

This kit has been developed in accordance with the Ontario Curriculum to support teachers, students, and their families learn about the importance of proper hand hygiene, such as hand washing.

 

Available in French.

 

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Healthy Hands Kit

Check out this great resource to use in your classroom or at home!

Healthy Hands: Hand Hygiene Resource Manual: The Healthy Hands: Hand Hygiene Resource Manual aligns with the Ontario Curriculum to support teachers, students and their families with good hand washing practices and information. This resource includes lots of great activities and lessons around the topics of germs and healthy hand hygiene.

There is a Healthy Hands Hand Hygiene Resource Kit in your school for your use.  Please see the secretary or principal for this resource.

 

Healthy Eating

Resources available to borrow

Name and Target 
Audience

Description

Image

Food Model Kits
Kindergarten through grade 3


Food model kits include a variety of
healthy food items from each food 
group. Items show healthy serving 
sizes and can be used to teach about healthy and balanced meals.

 

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a variety of plastic food models

 

Blender Bike
Grade 3 through 12


The Blender Bike is a great way to
promote healthy eating and physical
activity at school and community
events! It can blend foods and
beverages, such as smoothies,
simply through the motion of
pedaling the bike. Loads of fun for
participants and viewers!

 

Book the Blender Bike now

 

Additional information

Blender Bike Request Form

Formulaire de demande – Vélo-mélangeur

Blender Bike User Guide and Agreement

Vélo-mélangeur : Guide d’utilisation et entente

 

 

 

woman sitting on a stationary bicycle

 

Rethink Your Drink
Grades 4 through 6


The Rethink Your Drink toolkit
allows students to visualize the
amount of sugar in popular
beverages and learn about
making healthier choices.

 

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A variety of beverages and their sugar content

 

The Sip Smart Wheel and Backdrop
Grades 4 through 12


The Sip Smart Wheel is a great
interactive activity for your next
school event! After spinning the
wheel, participants can guess how
many sugar cubes are in the drink
they land on. The 16 drinks are
grouped together and colour coded to reflect the “choose everyday”,
“choose sometimes”, and “avoid” messaging.

Available in French.

 

Book the Sip Smart Wheel and Backdrop now

 

Spinning wheel game with images of beverages

 

Healthy Eating Apps

Download one of these really great apps for students to learn about healthy eating!

App Name

App Description

Downloadable Link

Issa’s Edible Adventures

Is your little one an aspiring chef? Download this app to explore the excitement of working in a restaurant kitchen while learning about different foods from around the world.

Issa’s Edible Adventures

Download 

Issa's Edible Adventures iOS

 

Munch Code 
The Munch Code Game is a fun way for individuals to practice healthier snacking. The game uses a colour system similar to traffic lights to identify how much individuals consume (e.g. green-“eat a bunch”, red-“not so much”).

Munch Code 

Download 

Munch Code iOS

Veggie Bottoms
 This interactive picture books allows kids of all ages to tap, spin, drag and shake their way to healthy fun! 

Veggi Bottoms

 

Download

Veggie Bottoms iOS

Healthy Eating Web Resources

Check out one of these great online resources to use in your classroom or at home!

Bright Bites-Sip Smart!™ Ontario and Paint Your Plate: Students need wholesome, tasty food and enjoyable eating experiences, but improving school nutrition can be challenging. BrightBites is a non-profit project that breaks this challenge down into fun, easy badges for schools to earn.

Canada’s Food Guide: The Canada’s Food Guide website has many resources to assist in teaching the food guide principles to students.    Order class sets of the new food guide here.

Northern Fruit and Vegetable Program: The Northern Fruit and Vegetable Program provides two free servings of vegetables and fruit each week to students (JK to grade 8) from January to June. On this page you will find information and resources to help run the NFVP in your school: the menu schedule, classroom resources, information on food safety training, and program evaluation results.

School Food and Beverage Policy-Bake it Up and Serve it UpOntario’s School Food and Beverage Policy includes nutrition standards for food and beverages sold in schools.

Student Nutrition Program Nutrition Guidelines and Recipes: The Student Nutrition Program Nutrition Guidelines help to model the most healthful meals and snacks for children and youth participating in school breakfast and snack programs.

UnlockFood.ca: UnlockFood.ca is run by Dietitians of Canada and includes information on nutrition, recipes, videos and interactive healthy eating tools. 

 

Healthy Schools

Check out one of these great resources to use in your classroom or at home!

Welcome to Kindergarten Survival Guide

Votre Guide de survie pour la santé de votre enfant en maternelle

 

Injury Prevention

Resources available to borrow

Name and Target
Audience

Description

Image

Brain Mold
Kindergarten through
grade 10


Use the brain mold to stress the
importance of wearing a helmet.
Create a gelatin brain using the
instructions provided. Use the
mold in a variety of ways such
as placing the mold in a bike
helmet and letting it drop to the
ground. Repeat without a helmet.

 

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Plastic gelatin mold of the human brain

 

Concussion Goggles
Grades 3 through 12


Use this kit to simulate the debilitating
effects of a traumatic brain injury.
Both an elementary and secondary
user guide are included.

 

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Concussion simulation kit

 

Injury Prevention Apps

Download one of these really great apps to help students to stay safe!

 

App Name

App Description

Downloadable Link

Caillou Check Up
 

Caillou Check Up

Download

Caillou Check Up iOS

Caillou Check Up Android

Concussion Ed

Concussion Ed is a tool to prevent, recognize, and manage concussions. Concussion Ed provides a method to track signs and symptoms of concussion, following a diagnosis. This is a great resource for parents, educators or coaches!

 

Concussion Ed

 

Download

Concussion Ed iOS

Concussion Ed Android

Monster Heart Medic
Monster Heart Medic leads you through animations, simulations, achievements, and arcade games where you will learn about how to maintain a healthy heart and body. 

 Monster Heart Medic

Download

Monster Heart Medic iOS

Monster Heart Medic Android

Injury Prevention Web Resources

 Check out one of these great online resources to use in your classroom or at home!

Canadian Cancer Society SunSense Certification: The SunSense Certification recognizes schools that have created a sun-safe and sun-smart environment to protect their students and staff from the harmful effects of the sun! If your school has undertaken sun-safe initiatives, register for your certification for the upcoming school year by the September 2019 deadline! This website and information are also available in French. 

Ontario Road Safety: This link allows you to explore grade-specific teaching materials, resources and lessons plans pertaining to road safety. Also available in French.

Parachute Canada - Concussions: This link provides you with resources and additional information on concussions, as well as concussion protocols for schools and health professionals, concussion guidelines, return-to-school and -sport strategies, links to on-going programs and to a Concussion ED app that allows you to increase your general knowledge on concussions. All resources and information are available in both French and English. 

Parachute Canada - Safe Cycling: This link provides you with resources and additional information regarding safe cycling, as well as a Public Service Announcement video pertaining to bike safety (available in multiple languages). Parachute also answers frequently asked questions in regards to safe cycling and helmets. 

 

 Mental Health

Mental Health Apps

Download one of these really great apps for students to support mental health!

App Name

App Description

Image

Headspace: Meditation & Mindfulness
Headspace helps you focus, breathe, stay calm, perform at your best, and get a better night’s rest. It helps individuals by developing life-changing skills such as relaxation, meditation and mindfulness. 

Headspace: Meditation & Mindfulness

Download 

Headspace iOS

Headspace Android

 

 
Zen Studio
Zen studio is a finger painting app designed to help children relax and focus. A calm, soothing music algorithm accompanies every swipe of the finger making it a very soothing experience!

Zen Studio

Download 

Zen Studio iOS

Zen Studio Android

 

Mental Health Web Resources

Check out one of these great online resources to use in your classroom or at home!

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health: It all starts with knowledge. Use this series of free online tutorials as a starting point for learning about mental health.?

Kids Help Phone: Kids Help Phone is Canada’s only 24/7, national support service to offer professional counselling, information and referrals and volunteer-led, text-based support to young people in both English and French.

Mental Health among Students in Grades 7 to 12 in the NBPSDHU Region: 2014/15 School Year: The data presented in this report was collected during the 2014/2015 school year. It provides an update of substance use in Ontario youth, updating data that were previously reported in The Health of Youth in the North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit Region (North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit, 2012).

Positive Mental Health Toolkit: This toolkit has been designed to promote positive mental health practices and perspectives within the school environment.  The resource has been divided into a series of online modules, presenting information and materials that are manageable and user friendly. 

Supporting Minds: Supporting Minds was created as part of the Ontario government’s comprehensive mental health and addictions strategy for the province.  An Educator’s Guide to Promoting Students’ Mental Health and Well-being Supporting Minds is intended to complement, rather than supersede, school board initiatives related to promoting student mental health and well-being.

Teen Mental HealthThe Mental Health & High School Curriculum Guide is the first and only evidence-based Canadian mental health literacy curriculum resource designed for use in schools (grades 7-10).  Check out all the tools available through the toolbox on this website.

Oral Health

 Resources available to borrow

Name and Target Audience

Description 

Image 

Oral Health Teaching Puppets (large)
Kindergarten through Grade 8
 

Choose from one of three large puppets (dinosaur, alligator or dragon) to teach your students about proper brushing and flossing.

Kit includes large toothbrush, teaching puppet, brushing/flossing poster and carrying case as well as toothbrushes, flossers and timers for your class. Be sure to include the number of students and age group when placing an order. 

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Large puppet with toothbrush 
Oral Health Teaching Puppets (small)
Kindergarten through Grade 8

Choose from one of three small puppets (dinosaur, monkey or dog) to teach your students about proper brushing and flossing.

Kit includes large toothbrush, teaching puppet, brushing/flossing poster and carrying case as well as toothbrushes, flossers and timers for your class. Be sure to include the number of students and age group when placing an order.

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small dinosaur, monkey and dog puppet 
Toothbrushes, Flossers and Timers
Kindergarten through Grade 8
 
 

Give your students the tools to practice good oral health! Order a class set of toothbrushes, flossers and timers. Be sure to include the number of students and age group when placing an order.

 

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Floss, timer and toothbrush 

Oral Health Apps

Download one of these really great apps for students to learn about proper brushing and Oral Health!

App Name

 App Description

Downloadable Link 

Animal Brushing Teeth for Kids

This app allows students the chance to practice brushing their teeth on an assortment of different animals.

Animal brushing their teeth 

Download
Animal Brushing Teeth for Kids iOS
Animal Brushing Teeth for Kids Android

 Brushing
An app that provides students with the chance to practice brushing skills and clean the plaque off of teeth. This interactive activity includes a timer, divides the mouth into four sections and has varying levels of difficulty (i.e. amount of plaque).

 cartoon character brushing teeth

 

Download 

Brushing iOS

 
Brush Up

A video that shows students how to their brush teeth properly.

Brush Up character 

Download 

Brush Up iOS

Brush Up Android

Disney Magic Timer by Oral-B

A fun way to brush your teeth! Listen along to your favourite Disney song while brushing.

 

Disney Magic Timer by Oral-B 

Download 

Disney Magic Timer by Oral-B iOS

Disney Magic Timer by Oral-B Android

Toothsavers Brushing Game
This app includes several great activities to help students practice oral hygiene care! Includes a story and an interactive game that allows students to save people by brushing their teeth. It also gives participants the opportunity to practice brushing their teeth by following along with a video or by practicing with a friend (i.e. hold the tablet in front of you while friend brushes your teeth).

Toothsavers Brushing Game 

Download

 

Toothsavers Brushing Game

iOS

Oral Health Web Resources

Check out one of these great online resources to use in your classroom or at home!

Brushing is Fun Videos: Includes two great videos on oral hygiene; “How to Brush your Teeth Correctly” and “Teaching Kids about Brushing their Teeth.”

Meet the Colgate Bright Smiles, Bright Futures Tooth Defenders Video: Meet ordinary characters who turn into Super Dentists and Tooth Defenders when the slimy Placulus and his band of plaque monsters come along. 

Oral Health Activities and Materials: This site contains printable activity sheets for kids and an educational guide for parents. The step-by-step guide includes ideas for children of all ages to help parents make brushing your teeth amazing. "Make Brushing Amazing"

Oral Health Education Guides from Halton Region Public Health: Includes resources such as lesson plans, experiments, games and colouring projects to support the Ontario curriculum for grades K to 8.

Meet ordinary characters who turn into Super Dentists and Tooth Defenders when the slimy Placulus and his band of plaque monsters come along.   

The health unit also provides free dental supplies such as toothbrushes, 2 minute timers and floss to support instruction on the importance of good oral hygiene.

Call 705-474-1400 or 1-800-563-2808 ext. 5328 for more information.

Physical Activity 

Resources available to borrow

Name and Target
Audience

Description

Image

Playground Stencils
Kindergarten through grade 8


Playground stencils are a great way to help
kids be more active! Whether it be classic
hopscotch, snakes and ladders or a four square, playground stencils will
liven up your playground.

Click to view all English language stencils.

Click to view all French language stencils.

 

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Woman painting playground stencils on pavement

 

Pedometers
Grades 4 through 8


These portable electronic pedometers
count each step a person takes by
detecting the motion of the person's
hands or hips. A great way to track
physical activity! Set includes 58 monitors.

 

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Set of three black pedometers

Physical Activity Apps

Download one of these really great apps for students to promote physical activity!

App Name

App Description

Downloadable Link

GoNoodle
 
GoNoodle provides dancing, yoga and mindfulness activities to keep you active in a fun and exciting way! 

Gonoodle

Download

GoNoodle iOS

GoNoodle Android

Sworkit Kids
Customize workouts for strength, agility, and flexibility with Sworkit Kids!

Sworkit Kids

Download 

Sworkit Kids iOS

Sworkit Kids Android

 

Physical Activity Web Resources

Check out one of these great online resources to use in your classroom or at home!

Ontario Physical and Health Education Association

Canadian Intramural Recreation Association of Ontario

Physical and Health Education Canada

Ontario Association for the Support of Physical and Health Educators

Ministry of Education - Daily Physical Activity

Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines

Guide to Ride

Young Cyclist’s Guide

Playground stencils for loan / Patrons de terrains de jeu à emprunter

Sexual Health

 Resources available to borrow

 Name and Target Audience

 Description

 Image

Healthy vs. Unhealthy Sexual Relationship
Grades 7 through 10
This activity encourages students to identify characteristics that make up a healthy/unhealthy sexual relationships. Students must sort cards and determine if the quality listed belongs to a healthy or an unhealthy relationship.

 

Available in French.

 

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 Healthy vs. Unhealthy Sexual Relationship Activity
Sexual Intimacy Continuum Activity Kit
Grades 7 through 10

This activity encourages students to question how relationships progress from the first feelings of attraction to dating to sexual intercourse. Students build and examine a relationship step by step.

 

Available in French.

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 Sexual Intimacy Continuum Activity Kit
Skittles Cups (STI) Game
Grades 7 through 10
 
Great visual representation of how sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are spread. Students begin with one colour skittle (bead) in their cup and mingle throughout the class, asking questions to one another and trading beads each time. By the end of the game students will be able to see how mixed their cups are and what that signifies.

 

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 Skittles Cups (STI) Game
Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) Board Game
Grades 7 through 12
 

Used as a sexually transmitted infection (STI) lesson to introduce types of STI’s, causes, symptoms, transmission, and treatment (curable/incurable). Students work together to place cards in the correct order to make the board complete.  Can be used as an introduction to an STI unit or as a review to test student knowledge and understanding.

 

Available in French.

 

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 STI Board game
Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Risk Factor Activity
Grades 7 through 12

This activity allows student to assess their risk of getting a sexually transmitted infection (STI). Students categorize sexual activities from “no risk to high risk”.

 

Available in French.

 

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 Risk Factor Activity
Birth Control Teaching Kit
Grades 8 through 12

Multiple birth control methods are described in the flipchart explaining what it is, how to properly use it and the advantages/disadvantages of each method.

 

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 Birth Control Teaching Kit
Condom Staircase Activity
Grades 8 through 12
 

To initiate conversation and discussion on the use of condoms. Students have to properly order the steps on how to use a condom.

 

Available in French.

 

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 Condom Staircase Activity
HIV Risk Factor
Grades 8 through 12
 

Students identify and sort body fluids and other risk factors that can lead to an HIV infection. A great activity to get an understanding of what students already know. The instruction sheet includes helpful guiding questions to start the conversation about HIV and AIDS.

 

Available in French.

 

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 HIV Risk Factor

Sexual Health Web Resources

Check out one of these great online resources to use in your classroom or at home!

Always Changing (OPHEA): A resource for teaching pre-teens (grades 5 and 6) about the adolescent growth and development, and personal hygiene. This resource is directly linked to the Healthy Living strand in the Health and Physical Education Curriculum. 

 

Sexual Health Education and Resources (The Sex Information & Education Council of Canada): Includes sexually transmitted infection (STI) fact sheets, Canadian Guidelines for Sexual Health Education, Sexual Orientation in Schools and numerous other related materials.

 

Sex & U (Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Canada): SexandU.ca takes a real-life approach to the questions and issues around sex and offers accurate and credible up-to-date information about sex, lifestyle choices, contraception awareness, sexually transmitted infections and reproductive health. 

Tobacco and Substance Use  

Resources available to borrow

Name and Target Audience

Description

Image

Clem’s Phlegm
Grades 4 through 12


This is a great discussion starter for
any anti-smoking lesson or program!
This sealed jar contains about 2
weeks of the phlegm that would
be coughed up by a smoker with
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).

 

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Jar of goo with cartoon image
Mr. Gross Mouth
Grades 4 through 12


Hinged model of teeth, tongue, and
oral cavity shows the effects of using
smokeless tobacco. Includes a bottle of
simulated tobacco and instructions show
how to make the tongue "split." Several
oral cancers, gum disease, cavities and
loss of teeth can be illustrated on this model.

 

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Model of teeth, tongue, and oral cavity shows the effects of using smokeless tobacco
Pig’s Lungs
Grades 4 through 12
 

A great way to educate students on the
harmful effects of tobacco! This pig's lungs
kit simulates a smoker's lung and a set of
preserved pig lungs to demonstrate differences in colour and texture between a smoker's and a non-smoker's lungs.

 

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 Pig's lungs simulate a smoker's lungs
 
Substance Abuse Prevention (SAP) Bucket
Grades 5 through 12
 


Games, games and more games!
Substance Abuse Prevention (SAP)
buckets contain a wide variety of
interactive games and activities
related to tobacco and other substances.
All materials and instructions for each game are included.

Available in French.

 

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 A collection of games and instructions
 
Year's Worth of Tar
Grades 4 through 12
 


A great way to show the actual effects
of smoking! This graphic, sealed exhibit
contains a pack of cigarettes and
cigarette butts submerged in gooey tar.
The tar in this jar represents the amount
of carcinogenic liquid one-pack-a-day smokers put into their lungs over a year's time.

 

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 sealed exhibit contains a pack of cigarettes and cigarette butts submerged in gooey tar
 
Fatal Vision Goggles
Grades 9 through 12
 


Fatal vision goggles can be used as a
training tool to demonstrate the
concept of impairment and the dangers
of impaired driving. This kit includes 7
goggles all having different levels of impairment with the highest impairment
level demonstrating binge or high risk drinking.

 

Book the Fatal Vision Goggles now

 Sets of goggle and reading material

Tobacco and Substance Use Apps

Download one of these really great apps for students to promote healthy choices and prevent tobacco and substance use!

App Name

App Description

Downloadable Link

Decision Maker or Decision Roulette

Create your own spinner by entering words or choosing icons for each possibility. Alter the fraction of any option to change the likelihood.

Decision Maker or Decision Roulette 

Download 

Decision Maker or Decision Roulette iOs

Decision Maker or Decision Roulette Android

DIY Human Body
DIY Human Body allows you to learn about the human body through hands-on activities related to your health. 

DIY Human Body 

Download

DIY Human Body iOS

Drug Facts 4 Young People
This comic-book style e-book focuses on the decision-making process and aims to give students the tools to help them make good choices. Topics include peer pressure, being a friend, decision making, setting goals and making positive choices.

Drug Facts 4 Young People

Download 

Drug Facts 4 Young People iOS

Drug Facts 4 Young People Android

 

Living Lung
 

The Living Lung™ is a real-time 3D health and communication tool that includes a model of the lungs that allows you to observe breaths per minutes and changes in lung volume.

Living Lung

Download

Living Lung iOS

 

Tobacco Free Teens

Includes mini-games and activities to entertain and inform the user. Topics covered include: chemicals in tobacco, teens as targets of tobacco companies, myths about smoking, secondhand smoke and many more!

 

Tobacco Free Teens

Download 

Tobacco Free Teens iOS

Tobacco Free Teens Android

 

Trivia Maker – Quiz Creator
 TriviaMaker is a fast and easy way to create fun and engaging trivia games. This app allows you to customize game shows and helps students prepare for tests. 

Trivia Maker – Quiz Creator

Download

Trivia Maker - Quiz Creator iOS

 

Tobacco and Substance Use Web Resources 

Check out one of these great online resources to use in your classroom or at home!

Ophea - Cannabis Education Resources: Evidence-based resources on substance use (specifically cannabis) for educators and administrators to help students develop the knowledge and skills needed to make informed decisions to support their health and well-being.

 

Ministry of Education - Cannabis Resources for Teachers: Resources on cannabis from the Ontario Ministry of Education for school boards, school administrators and educators.

 

Cannabis Misuse Prevention Lesson PlansLessons for grades 6 – 12 on cannabis aligned with the Health and Physical Education curriculum. These lessons are designed to promote wellness and mental health, build resiliency, and develop coping skills.

 

Cycles: Film-based resource provides with facilitator guides for educators to support classroom discussion on cannabis use and misuse. Teachers can use the guide, discussion questions, and classroom activities to help students understand why youth use cannabis and to recognize abuses.

 

Tobacco Prevention Toolkit: Theory-based and evidence-informed resources created by educators, parents, and researchers aimed at preventing middle and high school students’ use of tobacco and nicotine. Includes modules on vaping and e-cigarettes.

MediaSmarts: Lesson plans to help students develop critical thinking skills to engage with media as active and informed digital citizens. Topics selected in this link are Alcohol Marketing and Tobacco Marketing.

iMinds: Tools for building drug and gambling literacy. Students are encouraged to both express and think critically about their current drug- and gambling-related beliefs, attitudes and behaviours. The wide range of learning ideas can be adapted and used in curricular areas such as Social Studies, English Language Arts, Science and other subjects and settings. Resources available in English and French.

Project Alert: Program containing a series of 14 lesson plans, designed and evaluated to increase the likelihood of teens remaining drug-free.

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health - Primary Education Resources for Teachers: Guidance to help teachers build confidence and comfort in educating students about drug use and mental health.

 

Ontario Student Drug Use and Health Survey: Current and reliable statistical information about the health risk behaviours, attitudes and beliefs of Ontario adolescents (grades 7-12) over time. OSDUHS findings have been widely used by health, education, and government officials in setting health priorities and facilitating preventative policies, programs, and services that address youth needs.

More information on drugs and smoking, vaping and tobacco

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