1st Grade Health Learning Targets
Standard ALT 1: Concepts
AST 1.1 (HE.1.1.2) Discuss safe behaviors and ways to reduce risk of common childhood injuries. AST 1.2 (HE.1.1.3) Identify when it is important to seek health care.
AST 1.3 (HE.1.1.4) Name reproductive body parts using proper anatomical terms and stages in the basic growth processes of all people.
AST 1.4 (HE.1.1.5) Describe ways to prevent communicable and noncommunicable diseases and understand the difference (including HIV/AIDS, and Hepatitis B and C).
AST 1.5 (HE.1.1.6) Explain that it is important to stay away from potentially unsafe body fluids and objects.
AST 1.6 (HE.1.1.7) Explain that there are many ways to express gender and that all people deserve respect regardless of gender expression.
AST 1.7(HE.1.1.9) Describe how you can be a good friend.
AST 1.8 (HE.1.1.10) Explain that everyone has the right to say who touches their body, when and how.
AST 1.9 (HE.1.1.11) Explain that it is never ok to touch someone or make someone touch you if they don't want to.
AST 1.10 (HE.1.1.12) Identify a variety of ways people express affection within various types of relationships.
AST 1.11 (HE.1.1.13) Describe bullying and why it’s an inappropriate behavior.
AST 1.12 (HE.1.1.14) Describe different kinds of family structures.
AST 1.13 (HE.1.1.15) Describe consent as it relates to personal boundaries.
Standard ALT 2: Analyzing Influences
AST 2.1 (HE.2.1.1) Identify how family and the media influences personal health practices and behaviors.
AST 2.1 (HE.2.1.2) Describe how school resources support health practices and behaviors.
AST 2.3 (HE.2.1.3) Describe how the media can influence health behaviors.
AST 2.4 (HE.2.1.4) Provide examples of how friends and family influence how people think they should act on the basis of their gender.
Standard ALT 3: Accessing Information
AST 3.1 (HE.3.1.1) Describe ways to locate school and community health helpers.
AST 3.2 (HE.3.1.2) Identify sources of support such as parents, school staff, and other trusted adults to seek information and to report sexual abuse.
AST 3.3 (HE.3.1.3) Identify sources of support such as parents, school staff, and other trusted adults to seek information and to report concerns.
AST 3.4 (HE.3.1.4) List who to report to at home, school and in the community if you see unsafe objects or situations.
Standard ALT 4: Interpersonal Communication
AST 4.1 (HE.4.1.1) Identify healthy ways to express needs, wants, and feelings.
AST 4.2 (HE.4.1.3) Identify effective refusal skills to avoid or reduce health risks.
AST 4.3 (HE.4.1.4) Describe ways to tell sources of support if threatened or harmed.
AST 4.4 (HE.4.1.5) Discuss ways to communicate respectfully with and about people of all gender identities, gender expressions and sexual orientations.
AST 4.5 (HE.4.1.6) Identify effective ways to communicate personal boundaries and show respect for the boundaries of others.
AST 4.6 (HE.4.1.7) Practice asking for help and support if you or someone you know has been hurt or feels unsafe.
Standard ALT 5: Decision Making
AST 5.1 (HE.5.1.1) Describe situations when a health-related decision is needed.
Standard ALT 6: Goal Setting
Standard ALT 7: Practicing Health Enhancing Behaviors
AST 7.1 (HE.7.1.1) Describe healthy practices and behaviors that maintain or improve personal health.
AST 7.2 (HE.7.1.3) Describe how to clearly say no and how to leave an uncomfortable situation.
Standard ALT 8: Advocacy
AST 8.1 (HE.8.1.1) Discuss ways to make requests to trusted adults (family members, teachers, counselors, etc) to promote personal health.
AST 8.2 (HE.8.1.2) Encourage peers to make positive health choices.