Published on Thursday, April 3, 2014
Key points:Teach students the value of making healthy choicesTeach students the consequences of making poor health choicesTeach students where to search for valid health informationTeach students to set high health goals for themselvesTeach students to advocate for the health of themselves and others
Source: Homerun Project, information for medical students
This is a story about potato chips, candy, a sock and a golf ball – and how they can make a kid into a scientist.
Phelicity Lett, far left, receives instructions from Turner Brown before she and Madisen Moses, right foreground, participate in a demonstration involving the sense of touch.
Nicolas McKee, left, entertains, from left, Kirstin Lakes and Charity Ashford with a view of his tongue and a Warheads sour candy during a lesson on the sense of taste.
Percia Blair uses her sense of touch to identify a bottle top lurking inside the bag held by Mikey Arceo.
With Mikey Arceo, and Turner Brown, Pecan's 4th graders include First row: Nicolas McKee, Kirstin Lakes, Makedra McCoy, Adriana Cavitt Second row: Phelicity Lett, Alondria Taylor, Madisen Moses, Percia Blair, Charity Ashford, Aisja Shirley, Sarahdrick Mitchell, Kynedi Nichols, Taniya Adams
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