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  1. In our state there are essentially no requirements for what has to be taught when homeschooling any grades. That said, the state offers an "Academic Honors Diploma". In order to receive this, one takes at a minimum all the classes I am planning to require at home, PLUS one semester of Health, which I would not normally require. If I put together a semester's worth of Health class assignments (to be completed as time allows over the next 8 months) and we do all the other required courses over the next 4 years, can I label the diploma Academic Honors? Projecting ahead 4 years, our
  2. Reviewing the 2018 thread has really shown how different our goals and methods are, so I thought I would start a new thread for 2019. SMART goals are Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Time Bound. I know this works for many people, but honestly it doesn't for me. The more specific and strict I am about goals, the more pressure I feel. I feel like I am doing something because I have to, and that makes me not want to do it. Personally, I like to set goals about habits, not about results - since I can control what I do, but I really can't control the effect it ultimately has on
  3. My chiropractor recommends that I take this product to cleanse my colon in order to reduce my sugar cravings as I am trying to go off sugar and lose weight. Do you know how these ingredients are suppose to help me? Has anyone here used this product? Max GI (Maximized Living product in their store) ingredients are: 260 mg----Lysozyme, Potassium Gluconate, Essential oil Phenolics (clove, oregano, thyme), Bacillus Subtillis (1 billion) ...... for $ 44.95 for a months supply. I would need to be on this for 90 days. https://store.maximizedliving.com/scripts/prodView.asp?idprod
  4. If dd will continue her foreign languages track she will not only have an integrated math exam, but also an integrated science exam. Practically it means she will have a 12th grade exam with some chemistry, several biology and a lot,of physics topics. For Physics and Biology I found textbooks covering our examtopics, but Chemistry seems to be a little bit odd to me. She just has to learn about chemistry in relation to food and health in a human body. Anybody knows a texbook/course about that? She has to learn more about sacharids, lipids and the chemistry of food in your body then about
  5. I thought we could do with one. Please, no phonies, flaming other people's choices, or attempts to "cheer up" the cute little 40 year old kiddos. I'll start: Does it REALLY get better or is that just something you say because you think it will help us get through one more day without becoming a danger to ourself and others?
  6. After posting about nutrition (the Swiss food pyramid thread) and trying to change my ways, it finally sank in that there was almost no way to get 7 - 9 serving of fruits and vegetables a day unless I also ate veggies at breakfast (and gave up coffee - for probably the 10th time).... Now I've been having onion, tomato and Swiss chard in some scrambled eggs....It's starting to get old yet nothing else seems to jump out as a possibility... So I thought I'd ask here - for people's ideas....I realize that this might not be the most popular breakfast option....:-) Hoping for some other
  7. My son just watched this movie, which we received as a Christmas gift, and he strongly recommends it and asked me to post about it here (I recommend it too)! It would be suitable to parents and to older children. It does not particularly have anything that would be bad (strong language, sex, violence) for younger children so far as we noticed, but my son thinks children much younger than he is would probably just not understand it and thus be bored by it. He is 11.5 and we think children his age old or older could understand and appreciate it. It might be available to stream, or to buy a DV
  8. Looking over my Texas high school recommended credit hours, I see that I've forgotten to plan for Health. When my older daughter went through high school, I counted Apologia Human Anatomy as her health credit. She also was a Red Cross certified swim instructor with many CPR classes (even some CPR classes she taught) under her belt, so I felt good about checking Health off our list. However, I'm not sure if this daughter (10th grade) will take Human Anatomy, and she has had only 2 CPR elementary courses. (She is also a Red Cross swim instructor, but has been less involved.) I don't want to
  9. She will be using the revised, 2012 ABeka Health and I want to supplement with books which fall under these categories. Sex Education (we've had both formal & informal talks along with reading books-but nothing too recently) Nutrition/Fitness (we don't follow or agree with the USDA or their Food Pyramid.) Mental Health-Depression/Anxiety/Eating Disorders.....??? Emotional Health Spiritual Health- We are protestant Christians. She's read some Christian teen "Self Help/Non-Fiction" type books, so she's not utterly clueless but I will say that she's not a reader, so no
  10. A free Coursera series of lectures on food, nutrition and sports nutrition that looks like it would fit nicely into a health credit. https://class.coursera.org/lifenutr-001/class/index
  11. Working on nutrition right now, I was surprised to see so many of the old 'food pyramid' images which have carbos as the base... I thought that people might be interested in the Swiss one - it is from 2007 - but may not have circulated in the US yet.... It reflects research about the need for liquids and fruits and vegetables more than the ones with carbos on the bottom... ETA - this one comes up quicker (at least on my old laptop) and has requirements if you are an athlete Basic and Sports Swiss pyramid Swiss food pyramid Here's an article about it in English Personall
  12. What topics or information would you/ do you present to your children under the umbrella label of "Health and Safety" Education? I live on a farm, so I see things from that point of view. Some topics would be for elementary age level, others for high school level. Elementary Level Internet Safety Bike Safety ATV Safety Gun Safety Swimming Safety Large Animal Safety Tractor and implement Safety Fire Safety Chemical Safety Grain Storage Safety High school level Internet Safety - because they forget!!!! ATV/ motorcross safety Gun Safety Large Animal Safety Tractor and
  13. I have DD11 and DD8, both currently in a Christian private school, but we will be starting homeschool after the end of this school year. I've held off certain "changing bodies" and "facts of life" talks until we have them out of the school, to avoid any possible problems of things being repeated to classmates and the classmates' parents complaining. I know how I will have these specific talks with the kids, but I'd like to also blend in general Health lessons while I'm at it. We already have PE covered (a personal trainer for the DDs once a week, plans for Aikido once HS starts, swimming at
  14. Last week my doctor informed me that my HDL levels are too low, my LDL levels are too high. This is the first time in my life I've gotten a red flag on screening blood work for anything other than thyroid--which was fine, indicating my present medication level is good. My dr. has me taking red rice yeast, and suggested I lose weight and get back down to the 158 that was my low point when I set out to lose weight after DS; I fell off the bandwagon with the craziness of summer. I'm not thrilled with my own performance in the weight yo-yo, especially as I've never weighed as much as I did
  15. We just found out we will be moving this summer. DD will need to have one semester of health. What is available? I am not looking for a very detailed course...just one that meets the .5 credit requirement for Alaska.
  16. Hello, I need advice on the viability of a business idea I have. We had to stop homeschooling our kids at a young age because my wife's failing health couldn't sustain the rigors, so any insight you experienced members have would be greatly appreciated! I'm a medical 3D animator, and I'm researching the possibility of creating broadcast-quality 3D animations of the human body for use as supplemental teaching material in biology and health curricula. My idea is that for a small fee (maybe $5 a month, or $40 a year), families would have access to a library of high-quality 3D animations s
  17. I got a wonderful checklist from someone here and have tweaked/added to it. Before I print this out and distribute it to the families who will co-op with us, would you all please critique it, give me suggestions, etc.? Thanks! -------------------------- Health Projects To successfully receive Health credit, you must do all of the following units/projects. All units must include research into that topic; research can be done online or with library books and must be exhibited in presentation form (notecards, etc.). Some units involve outside sources/interviews so p
  18. I am making my own curriculum because I haven't really found anything that I like. Here is the current plan -David Macauleys The Way We Work -First Aid (get her CPR certified as well) -We go to the gym so I will use that to teach her about exercise and such (any ideas here? Just explain what the different machines work out?? Talk about the affects of cardio on the heart?) -We will talk about nutrition (watch Fathead on Netflix plus..... not sure but I will find something) -Get into some diseases/viruses/bacteria (not sure what because she went through a huge disease rabbit trail in
  19. I was asked to repost this comparison of Total Health and A Beka Health for those who might be interested. The A Beka text is detailed, as are all the A Beka Health texts. Now, if you want to simply check the box, Total Health will do the job. So much of it is common knowledge by high school age, though, that it doesn't seem worth the expense or time. Let's look at how each text treats the eye. My description of Total Health is longer because I wanted you to see the type of details. Total Health covers the eye in 2 and 1/2 pages (large type). The first page tells us nothin
  20. I haven't been on the board in a very long time but have an issue that I am at my wits end over. Hoping you all might have some answers or suggestions for me. I have a 19 year old son who seems to be stuck at an 8 year old emotional capacity. He still plays with his legos, beyblades and REALLY doesn't want to work or grow up. He wants to play all day. He even admits this freely. When he was 8 years old he had a fairly extensive surgery on both feet. Before this surgery he was a very thin, happy young boy. After the surgery he started to put on weight quickly and turned inward, closed
  21. www.knowthecause.com I just wanted to share a monthly email newsletter I started getting recently. Now if I could just watch the show I would. I found Doug Kauffman about 10 years ago and have been helped tremendously by his research. He has some great guests and great books as well. Archives are easily accessible to read in the newsletter as well. Allergies, DNA, Diets, and much more are discussed in the new May newsletter. :001_smile:
  22. Health Is there any reason why I should use a Health curric? I've had "the talk" with the girls (turning 10 & 12 this fall). It is an on-going, open discussion, as they know I'm not embarrassed to talk about it:) We talk about puberty, we talk about strong emotions and how that will be affected by what's happening in their bodies. We talk about relationships, romance, the s** word. We talk about our religious beliefs (we're Christian) and how that affects our decisions in regards to boyfriends, marriage, babies; but also how other people may not make those same decisions (unwed moms,
  23. The co-op is offering Chemistry and they rotate Chemistry and Biology, so I'd rather have dd wait and take Biology in 10th and Chemistry in 11th. I was wondering what direction to go in and it's been a while (when the kids were younger that we did Human Anatomy) So I was thinking of doing it this next year. Any suggestions? Thanks, Phlox
  24. Hello all! My dd is hoping to do a health credit this summer after 8th grade(regular ps kids here do this in 9th grade). She wants to do some AP courses in 9th, and thinks that that getting some easier work out of the way would give her more time to focus on academics during the year. Sounds good to me, especially since we can then utilize Red Cross classes and etc. that are scheduled in the summer. I know that work before 9th grade is generally not shown on the transcript. Does this apply to HS level work done after 8th but before 9th? Sorry if this question is crazy- today is a
  25. I am not sure why but my 8th grader is insisting on a health unit, because he knows they cover it at the local middle school. He has older siblings so he is not completely in the dark since we talk pretty freely in this house. Also, if he is not homeschooled for high school, he will have a class his freshman year. Are there any secular health programs? I am sorry to say I don't want to devote a ton of time out of our other studies, but would appreciate some suggestions.
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