PRINTABLE WORKSHEETS

See below for Printable Worksheets to use in your classroom. But be sure to stop by often for updated materials.

Sexual Behaviors

Warning Signs of an Unhealthy Relationship

This crossword puzzle helps identify the warning signs of an unhealthy relationship.

Dating Rights Word Search

Healthy relationships are built on a foundation of respect. This means that both people can talk openly, honestly and freely to each other - without feeling pressure to act or think a certain way. Use this word search to identify the characteristics that will help you give and get respect in any relationship you have.

Human Papillomavirus and Health

The Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is a term that is commonly used to refer to about 40 different types of sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Click here to find out more about the signs and symptoms.

Steps to a Positive Body Image

For many people, especially those in their early teens, body image can be closely linked to self-esteem. Body image is one of many factors that can either positively or negatively impact your ability to make a thoughtful and healthy decision. Click here to learn more.

Top 10 Ways to Maintain a Healthy Relationship

Here are the top 10 ways to maintain a healthy relationship, according to BJC School Outreach and Youth Development.

It's Not Nasty, It's Normal

Use this worksheet to learn more about conveying accurate messages to teens about sex.

Sexuality Matching Game

Sexuality refers to the total expression of who you are as a human being. How people express their sexuality is influenced by their families, society, faith and beliefs. Use this matching game to learn more.

Nutrition

Meet Mr. Garlic

This printable is intended for children in grades pre-K-3. It introduces children to a fruit or vegetable. Teachers or parents, possible uses include: to use as a placemat during snack or meal time; to accompany a food/nutrition/health lesson or as a take-home activity. This printable is intended to be printed on 11" x 17" sized paper.

Meet Mr. Pear

This printable is intended for children in grades pre-K-3. It introduces children to a fruit or vegetable. Teachers or parents, possible uses include: to use as a placemat during snack or meal time; to accompany a food/nutrition/health lesson or as a take-home activity. This printable is intended to be printed on 11" x 17" sized paper.

Meet Mr. Swiss Chard

This printable is intended for children in grades pre-K-3. It introduces children to a fruit or vegetable. Teachers or parents, possible uses include: to use as a placemat during snack or meal time; to accompany a food/nutrition/health lesson or as a take-home activity. This printable is intended to be printed on 11" x 17" sized paper.

Meet Ms. Okra

This printable is intended for children in grades pre-K-3. It introduces children to a fruit or vegetable. Teachers or parents, possible uses include: to use as a placemat during snack or meal time; to accompany a food/nutrition/health lesson or as a take-home activity. This printable is intended to be printed on 11" x 17" sized paper.

Meet Ms. Strawberry

This printable is intended for children in grades pre-K-3. It introduces children to a fruit or vegetable. Teachers or parents, possible uses include: to use as a placemat during snack or meal time; to accompany a food/nutrition/health lesson or as a take-home activity. This printable is intended to be printed on 11" x 17" sized paper.

Meet Mr. Bell Pepper

This printable is intended for children in grades pre-K-3. It introduces children to a fruit or vegetable. Teachers or parents, possible uses include: to use as a placemat during snack or meal time; to accompany a food/nutrition/health lesson or as a take-home activity. This printable is intended to be printed on 11" x 17" sized paper.

Meet Ms. Kabocha Squash

This printable is intended for children in grades pre-K-3. It introduces children to a fruit or vegetable. Teachers or parents, possible uses include: to use as a placemat during snack or meal time; to accompany a food/nutrition/health lesson or as a take-home activity. This printable is intended to be printed on 11" x 17" sized paper.

Meet Ms. Clementine

This printable is intended for children in grades pre-K-3. It introduces children to a fruit or vegetable. Teachers or parents, possible uses include: to use as a placemat during snack or meal time; to accompany a food/nutrition/health lesson or as a take-home activity. This printable is intended to be printed on 11" x 17" sized paper.

Meet Mr. Blueberry

This printable is intended for children in grades pre-K-3. It introduces children to a fruit or vegetable. Teachers or parents, possible uses include: to use as a placemat during snack or meal time; to accompany a food/nutrition/health lesson or as a take-home activity. This printable is intended to be printed on 11" x 17" sized paper.

Meet Ms. Brussels Sprout

This printable is intended for children in grades pre-K - 3. It introduces children to a fruit or vegetable. Teachers or parents, possible uses include: to use as a placemat during snack or meal time; to accompany a foods/nutrition/health lesson or as a take-home activity. This printable is intended to be printed on 11”x 17” sized paper.

Meet Mr. Kale

This printable is intended for children in grades pre-K - 3. It introduces children to a fruit or vegetable. Teachers or parents, possible uses include: to use as a placemat during snack or meal time; to accompany a foods/nutrition/health lesson or as a take-home activity. This printable is intended to be printed on 11”x 17” sized paper.

Meet Mr. Broccoli

This printable is intended for children in grades pre-K - 3. It introduces children to a fruit or vegetable. Teachers or parents, possible uses include: to use as a placemat during snack or meal time; to accompany a foods/nutrition/health lesson or as a take-home activity. This printable is intended to be printed on 11”x 17” sized paper.

Meet Ms. Blackberry

This printable is intended for children in grades pre-K - 3. It introduces children to a fruit or vegetable. Teachers or parents, possible uses include: to use as a placemat during snack or meal time; to accompany a foods/nutrition/health lesson or as a take-home activity. This printable is intended to be printed on 11”x 17” sized paper.

Calcium-rich Riddles

Calcium is a mineral found in some foods and drinks. Its main function in the body is strengthening bones. Most of us know that milk has lots of calcium, but there are many other foods and drinks that are calcium-rich!

Create Your Plate with MyPlate

Create a healthy and balanced plate with this helpful guide.

Fruit and Vegetable Limericks

Can you guess the fruit or vegetable being described in each of these witty limericks? Give it a try.

Fruit Sushi

This fake sushi is fun to assemble, delicious, healthy and super for kids to create! It is a little messy, but cleanup is fun with chopsticks! Makes enough for 10-15 kids to have 1 fruit sushi roll.

Grow It Cook It: Simple Gardening Projects and Delicious Recipes

Review of Grow It Cook It: Simple Gardening Projects and Delicious Recipes, a book by Dorling Kindersley Publishing.

Meet Ms. Banana

This printable is intended for children in grades pre-K -3. It introduces children to a fruit or vegetable. Teachers or parents, possible uses include: to use as a placemat during snack or meal time; to accompany a foods/nutrition/health lesson or as a take-home activity. This printable is intended to be printed on 11”x 17” sized paper.

Recipe Modification Tips

Recipe modification tips to reduce fat and calories; reduce amount of sugar or increase amount of fiber.

Tips for Portion Sizes

Variety and moderation are keys to a healthy lifestyle. Eating the right amount of food is just as important as choosing foods from each group. Using common items, you can "eyeball" appropriate portion sizes of your favorite foods.

Butterfly Celery Sticks

Try this fun and healthy recipe with your children as an after-school snack or any time. Watch these "butterflies" disappear.

C is for Cooking Book Review

Review of C is for Cooking: Recipes from the Street, a book by Susan McQuillan, RD.

Tobacco

Protect Your Future

Little tidbits to help your protect your future.

Tobacco-Free: Get the Facts

Solve this puzzle by working each math problem; then use the key to match your answer to the letter in the alphabet. Place the letter in the gray box to reveal three good reasons to remain tobacco-free.

Tobacco on the Big Screen

The purpose of this printable is to educate the public on the power of marketing and media.

Cross Out Tobacco Crossword

Four thousand teenagers try a cigarette for the first time every day. A third of those teenagers will become addicted. Research shows that long-term tobacco use can have devastating health complications. Use this crossword to learn more.

Tobacco's Tough Toll on Health

Tobacco can cause a variety of negative health effects on the body. In this worksheet, circle the common health effects of tobacco. Answers can be forward, horizontal, vertical or diagonal.

Safety

Nonverbal Communication

Understanding the messages people send and receive through posture, space or appearance is an important social skill. This printable may be used to help young people understand the ways people communicate non-verbally and improve their own nonverbal messages.

Working as a Team

When students struggle to get along, letting them talk with one another and agree to their own boundaries can help. Use this printable to help students negotiate with one another and work toward solving problems assertively.

12 Ways to Pick Teams for Children

Team games encourage community. They offer a chance to belong to a group and work together in competition. This worksheet provides 12 ways to pick teams that are both kind and fair.

A Word to Parents About Bullying

Helping children develop skill and confidence in getting along with others is a valuable, lifelong achievement. Just as your family members can become impatient with one another at times, children may experience occasional problems getting along at school. The tips on this worksheet can help reduce both bullying and conflict.

Finding Ways to be Kind

Hurtful (or even bullying) behavior can cause others to be harmed, humiliated or intimidated. Finding ways to be kind is important and can happen in a variety of ways.

Goal Setting - The SMART Approach

Goal setting is a useful strategy for creating better habits, either in thoughts or actions. Making SMART goals can help you achieve what you want. This worksheet outlines the five qualities of SMART goals.

Is My Child Ready for Social Media?

How do you know if your child is ready for Social Media? Read this article to find out.

Managing Stress

Stress management is a series of habits that help us deal with stress in healthy ways for the long-term. This chart contains habits people can build to help manage stress.

About Bullying Word Search

This printable is a word search about bullying.

Bullying Prevention that Really Works

When parents and educators hear shocking stories about bullying, we shake our heads in disbelief. How can we stop the pain of this chronic problem? This worksheet outlines the steps used by the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program.

Physical Activity

Sneaking Physical Activity in with Fitness Stations

This printable is intended for use with children in grades K-8. It allows opportunities for children to increase physical activity during the school day. Teachers and school staff: to learn about possible uses for these fitness station signs, please visit the Physical Activity “Conversation Starter” video on our website entitled “Sneaking Physical Activity in with Fitness Stations". These signs are intended to be printed on 11”x 17” sized paper.

Climb to the Top

This printable is intended for students in grades K-5. It encourages students to set goals and engage in physical activity. Teachers, possible uses include: during indoor recess; to accompany a lesson on geography/Mount Everest; during PE class or as a take-home activity.

Fitness Word Search

This word search is intended for students in grades 5-8. It can be used to reinforce words which are associated with physical activity.

How Fit Are You?

Use this interactive quiz to determine how fit you are.

Body Systems...Skeletal

Our body depends on all 206 of its bones to provide shape and support. To learn more about the bones in your body, unscramble each of the clue words.

Muscle Mastery Word Search

Muscles work to help our body move. There are over 600 muscles in the human body. Find and circle the 11 muscles listed in this puzzle.

Substance Abuse

Addiction Word Search

Using tobacco, alcohol and other drugs can lead to addiction. Solve the questions on this worksheet; then look for the answers in the word search.

Choices and Consequences

Every choice has a consequence, either positive or negative. Even trying tobacco, alcohol or other drugs has consequences. Each story on this worksheet requires you to make a choice and think about the associated consequences.

Prescription Medications: Keeping Your Kids Safe

This worksheet offers suggestions for properly dealing with prescription drugs in the home.

Stages of Addiction

When it comes to tobacco, alcohol and other drugs, most people don't realize how addiction can happen. This worksheet lists the four stages of addiction, with questions to describe each.

Substance Abuse Crossword

Test your knowledge of some common information relating to substance abuse with this crossword puzzle.

Warnings and Indicators of Under-Age Alcohol and Illegal Drug Use

The following list of warning signs and indicators is not intended to be all-inclusive, and some warning signs may stand alone, while others may be part of the larger picture. This worksheet emphasizes the importance of communicating and listening to your son or daughter.

a-Maze-ing Facts

By the time a teen finishes high school, they will be offered tobacco, alcohol and/or other drugs at least once. When placed in this situation, how will you get out?

Seven C's of Defeating a Drug Addiction

This worksheet provides a look at the seven C's of defeating drug addiction.

Career Exploration

50 Best Jobs for Your Personality

Review of 50 Best Jobs for Your Personality, a book by Laurence Shatkin, Ph.D.

What Color is Your Parachute - For Teens

Review of What Color is Your Parachute? For Teens, a book by Richard Nelson Bolles.

Biology Fun Crossword Puzzle

Use the word bank and clues to complete this biology crossword puzzle.

Health Careers Word Search

The search for a health career begins here! The following word search contains 15 different health careers. If you don't know what a word means, look it up in a dictionary or ask a health professional.

Looking for Money for College

If you're thinking about a career in health care, check out these loan forgiveness programs.

Medical Abbreviations Quiz

Health care workers often use abbreviations when communicating with each other. The following abbreviations are used at BJC HealthCare. Take this quiz and you will learn some terms.