Health Education Resources

Get inspired during Health Literacy Month with these resources from SHAPE America!

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health. moves. minds.® Health Education Resources

The health. moves. minds. program provides schools with free lessons, activities, and community-building ideas that help students thrive physically and emotionally. Students learn that taking care of their mind and body, while also being kind, will help them live their best life. Learn More >>


Planning for the Next Normal at School - Revised Playbook

Back to School, Back Together: A Healthy Start for the 2021 School Year

As school communities work to get back to in-person learning this school year, districts, schools, staff, teachers, students, and parents need support to make the transition as smooth as possible. Kaiser Permanente Thriving Schools and the National School Health Collaborative are providing school communities with that support, with the goal of putting health at the center of education and having a healthy start to the school year. The latest version of the Planning for the Next Normal at School playbook is now available. Learn More >>


Health Education/SEL Crosswalk

The Crosswalk for the National Health Education Standards and the CASEL Social and Emotional Learning Competencies (Health Education/SEL Crosswalk) document aligns CASEL’s SEL competencies and related skills to the National Health Education Standards and Performance Indicators. Learn More >>


Backward Design SEL/HPE Units

These six SEL/HPE unit plans use backward design to show how SHAPE America Grade-Level Outcomes and/or National Health Education performance indicators align with appropriate social and emotional learning (SEL) competencies/sub-competencies, assessment, and instruction. Download units now!


Classroom Posters

What PE Teachers Need to Know to Help Students With Chronic Health Conditions

It's estimated that 1 in 4 children in the U.S. have a chronic health condition, which makes them particularly vulnerable during the COVID-19 crisis. SHAPE America and the National Association of Schools Nurses developed this poster series of four of the most common chronic conditions in school-age children — anaphylaxis, asthma, diabetes and seizures — to show physical education teachers how to recognize and respond to a health emergency. Download the posters today!


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