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Stepping Back to Health

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Suitable for ages 7 - 11 Teachers, parents and the government are concerned at the number of obese children in schools today. Changes in lifestyle (TV's, games consoles etc.) have contributed to our nations children spending less time exercising. This resource tracks the story of an athletic young girl, who is a keen horse rider. After a riding accident, where she breaks her leg, she begins to over eat through boredom and obviously is not able to exercise. Each chapter has a follow up PSHE/Health education activity designed to be thought provoking whilst encouraging a healthy attitude towards food and lifestyle. This is not a dieting book, but a charming story that encourages discussion and debate about healthy lifestyles. A thematic approach crossing PSHE, Science, English and PE.
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Suitable for ages 7 - 11 Teachers, parents and the government are concerned at the number of obese children in schools today. Changes in lifestyle (TV's, games consoles etc.) have contributed to our nations children spending less time exercising. This resource tracks the story of an athletic young girl, who is a keen horse rider. After a riding accident, where she breaks her leg, she begins to over eat through boredom and obviously is not able to exercise. Each chapter has a follow up PSHE/Health education activity designed to be thought provoking whilst encouraging a healthy attitude towards food and lifestyle. This is not a dieting book, but a charming story that encourages discussion and debate about healthy lifestyles. A thematic approach crossing PSHE, Science, English and PE.
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Author No
Reading Age / Interest Age 6 - 12
Notes Author - Phillip Edwards
Age Range 7 - 11
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