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Drugs: Prevention Tips Discuss this eTheme.

These sites explain the effects of different types of drugs, including alcohol, tobacco, heroin, and cocaine. Learn tips for saying “no” to drugs and the dangers of using these addictive substances. Includes online quizzes, games, and movies.

Grades

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  • 5,
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This 19-page PDF provides recommendations and tips on teaching drug prevention.
This 19-page PDF provides recommendations and tips on teaching drug prevention.
This 34-page PDF provides a drug abuse prevention guide for teens; topics focus on today's drug problem, drug prevention and awareness, and what you can do. Instructional activities are included.
This 16-page PDF provides instructional materials to teach elementary students about drug prevention.
This 32-page PDF provides resources to teach elementary students about drug prevention; including: student activities, tips on use the materials, appropriate communication with elementary students, signs and symptoms of drug use, information on specific drugs, and resources on drug prevention.
This 86-page PDF provides resources for school-based drug abuse prevention. Major sections include: schools and drug abuse prevention; guiding principles for school-based education for drug abuse prevention; planning the drug abuse prevention program; teaching resources and strategies; school, classroom, community and home influence; evaluation and assessment of the drug abuse prevention program; teacher training and technical support programs; managing drug-related incidents; and counseling and referral.
This site provides links to teacher resources on alcohol and drug awareness; includes printable, language arts activities, smoking prevention lessons and resources, substance abuse prevention references, health and safety activities, psychology resources, and other related resources. NOTE: This site includes pop-up and banner ads. NOTE: This site includes ads.
This interactive site provides online education for drug prevention. Includes: videso, real people and real stories, links to free booklets and other resources.
This page includes commonly asked questions about marijuana. Click on a question to read the answer.
This site includes links to a number of resources geared at helping educators teach about drug prevention.
Learn about Tom Boyle, whose life was ruined when he decided to drink and drive. There is also a section on what teenagers think about drinking and driving.
These graphics can be used in presentations about drugs. The pages include text explaining each graphic.
This National Institute of Drugs Administration Web site help children understand how drugs affect their bodies.
This drug prevention video explores myths related to drugs. (Total Running Time: 7:39) NOTE: This site includes a discussion board (message board, forum, etc.)
This animated video about the dangers of drug use can be used as a springboard for discussions about avoiding drug use. (Total Running Time: 2:34) NOTE: This site includes a discussion board (message board, forum, etc.)
This video explores the dangers of drug and alchohol usage. (Total Running Time: 9:01) NOTE: This site includes a discussion board (message board, forum, etc.)
This video explores the dangers of drug and alchohol usage. (Total Running Time: 8:22) NOTE: This site includes a discussion board (message board, forum, etc.)
These websites are about the dangers of smoking. Find out the harmful effects of smoking and how you can quit smoking if you have already started. Some websites include interactive activities and games. There is a link to an eThemes resource on drug prevention tips.
These sites explain the negative consequences of smoking. Includes how tobacco endangers your health and the high costs of cigarettes. Learn the ingredients in a cigarette and why nicotine is addictive. There is information about Kick Butts Day, which takes place April 2, plus tips on how to stop smoking. Includes movies, illustrations, lesson plans, and classroom activities. There is a link to an eThemes Resource on drugs.

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