Standard 5: Decision Making - Demonstrate the ability to use decision-making skills to enhance health.


General Information
Number: HE.K.B.5
Title: Decision Making - Demonstrate the ability to use decision-making skills to enhance health.
Type: Standard
Subject: Health Education
Grade: K
Strand: Health Literacy Responsible Behavior

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Independent

HE.K.B.5.In.a
Recognize situations when a health-related decision can be made individually or when assistance is needed, such as following school rules, getting dressed, following good- hygiene practices, and going in a swimming pool.
HE.K.B.5.In.b
Recognize healthy options for selected health-related issues or problems, such as visiting the doctor when sick, obeying safety rules to avoid injury, and being prepared for an emergency.
HE.K.B.5.In.c
Recognize the consequences of not following selected school rules/practices when making healthy and safe decisions, such as getting hurt or hurting others.

Supported

HE.K.B.5.Su.a
Recognize selected situations when a health-related decision requires assistance from an adult, such as what to do when injured or sick.
HE.K.B.5.Su.b
Recognize a healthy option for health-related issues or problems, such as obeying class safety rules or following directions during a fire drill.
HE.K.B.5.Su.c
Recognize a consequence of not following classroom rules/practices related to healthy and safe decisions, such as getting hurt or hurting others.

Participatory

HE.K.B.5.Pa.a
Recognize a person who can assist with a health-related decision or problem, such as a parent or teacher.
HE.K.B.5.Pa.b
Recognize a person who can assist with a health-related decision or problem, such as a parent or teacher.
HE.K.B.5.Pa.c
Associate a consequence with a classroom rule/practice, such as getting hurt or hurting others.

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