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Health / Physed Websites

  • 30 CLASSIC OUTDOOR GAMES FOR KIDS - As the name suggests – these are classics and great fun to play.
  • ABOUT KIDS HEALTH - Great animations provide answers to student questions about health and the body.
  • ACTION FOR HEALTHY KIDS - A comprehensive resource supporting physical activity, play and more.
  • DRUG FREE SPORT NZ - A programme developed to support and educate young athletes on clean sport within the secondary school environment.
  • ELECTRICAL SAFETY FOR CHILDREN - Simple ideas and ways to ensure kids keep safe around electricity.
  • EXERCISE GUIDE FOR KIDS - Why exercise is good for us explained in simple terms for young students. Many links to further PE activities.
  • FAMILY PLANNING - Family Planning – supporting your delivery of sexuality and relationships education with teacher development and teaching resources.
  • FITNESS FUN AND GAMES FOR KIDS - Fun Sport and Games for kids. Informal and fun activities developing movement skills.
  • FOOD TECHNOLOGY TEACHING RESOURCES (NZ) Years 7-8 - A totally comprehensive set of NZ health and nutrition teaching resources including: lesson plans, posters, skill cards, activity sheets, videos, recipes. Developed by the Heart Foundation, teachers and Vegetables NZ. Brilliant!!!
  • GET DOWN GET LOW GET OUT FAST - Free Firewise resources for years 1-4
  • GET THE MOST FROM OUTDOOR PLAY - How to teach students to get the most from outdoor play.
  • GROWING AND LEARNING WITH 5+ A DAY - Primary resources linked to Health & PE, Literacy, Numeracy and Science
  • HOW THE BODY WORKS - Links to great movies explaining the internal and external body systems.
  • KEEPING SAFE AROUND DOGS - A student-friendly website teaching students about safety around dogs.
  • KIDS GAMES - Looking for kids games? How about rules for playground games, verses for jump-rope rhymes, and much more? You have come to right place! Lots of games listed including many that will bring about many happy memories.
  • KIDS HEALTH - The largest and most visited site on the Web providing doctor-approved health information about children from before birth through adolescence. This link takes students to the kids section of the site which provides a wealth of information for students.
  • KIDS ONLY – KIDS HEALTH - A Sth Australian Govt site designed especially for students aged 6-12. Topics include your family, your body, your food, your health, your school, your feelings, your safety plus fun and games. A great safe site for student research and projects.
  • KIWIDEX MANUAL - The 'good old' Kiwidex Manual for children aged 5-13 years.You can't go past it!
  • MEET THE DENTAL DEFENDERS - Meet ordinary characters who turn into Super Dentists and Tooth Defenders when the slimy Placulus and his band of plaque monsters come along. (Video)
  • MOUTHPOWER - The secret of a healthy smile is simple: taking good care of your teeth. And what's the best way to find out how to do that? Let Mouthie take students into the MouthPower laboratory!
  • MT RUAPEHU – WHAKAPAPA AND TUROA - Discover and book for the exciting on-the snow lessons and learning activities and view the mountain web-cams.
  • NATURAL DISASTERS NZ - This resource is designed to support teachers in developing a unit of work about some of New Zealand’s natural hazards and how to prepare for them. It looks at earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, and tsunami - where they can occur and have occurred.
  • PHYSICAL EDUCATION GUIDELINES AND ACTIVITIES FOR STUDENTS. - PDF Download. Suitable for all ages plus information for teachers.
  • RIVER SAFETY - Resources and teacher information for teaching students how to stay safe around rivers.
  • THE BRAIN AND THE SENSES - Interactive website from the Children's University of Manchester dealing with the working of the brain and all the five senses.
  • USING SONGS TO TEACH HEALTH MESSAGES - Cancer Society & 5+ A Day song and dance competition
  • VEGETABLES FOR HEALTH - Packed with useful and downloadable resources about the importance vegetables play in healthy eating.