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The King of Dinosaurs

Health Education Assemblies

Health Education Assemblies

Call for reservations (216) 231-8002


• Available at the Museum or via Health on Wheels
• Up to 300 students; 50 minutes long
• At the Museum: $6 per student
• Health on Wheels: $250 per program
 
What's Inside Stuffee? – for grades preK-2
What's Inside Stuffee? Teacher's Guide and Materials
In this larger-than-life anatomical experience, we turn our big-hearted friend Stuffee inside out to look at his chest and abdominal organs. Learn about the cardiovascular, respiratory and digestive systems. Put him back together to see how his systems are connected, and find out what you can do to keep your own organs in top shape! 
Note: 'Stuffee' is very large and requires a room with a ground level entrance and/or elevator access. This program is not available through Distance Learning. Available as a classroom program as well.
 
The Human Show – for grades 4-8 (also available through Distance Learning)
The Human Show Teacher's Guide and Materials
WARNING: This assembly is aligned with the Ohio "Gross Anatomy" Academic Content Standards! Aliens have abducted the audience in order to learn more
about the human species. Their findings? Humans are disgusting! Your host will reveal amazing and (possibly) shocking facts about human anatomy and the trillions of microorganisms that call the human body home. Don't worry-- all audience members are eventually returned to their home planet, safe and sound, and ready to share some fascinating facts about themselves!
 
What's NOT in a Cigarette? – for grades 4-12 (also available through distance learning)
What's NOT in a Cigarette? Teacher's Guide and Materials
Drugs that are sold in our pharmacies have lengthy labeling that details not only the active ingredients of the product, but also possible interactions between those ingredients and other drugs the purchaser might be using. Why are the labels on tobacco products so vague? What kinds of additives are in cigarettes, chewing tobacco, snuff, and other similar nicotine-containing materials? Using a game-show style format, students will critique advertisements for tobacco and analyze techniques used by media to influence attitudes about tobacco use.
 
Thinking Before Drinking – for grades 7-9
Thinking Before Drinking Teacher's Guide and Materials
This interactive game show gets your students into the action as it illustrates how alcohol and other drugs affect the body. Your students will compete in "Lightning Rounds" and physical (messy!) "Catch-Up Challenges," to discover immediate and long-term consequences of alcohol use. Who knew that drug awareness education could be so fun?
Note: For Health on Wheels, this program requires your school to provide two 6-foot tables.
 

Call for reservations (216) 231-8002