South Carolina Learning Standards for Health and Safety Education — Grade 1


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D-1.1.1

Define the term immunizations.

D-1.1.2

Identify harmful and helpful drugs, including medicines and immunizations.

D-1.1.3

Describe the effects of ATOD on a persons health.

D-1.1.4

Identify the effects of smoking on the body, including firsthand and secondhand smoke.

D-1.3.1

Explain ways to identify trustworthy adults at home, at school, and in the community who can answer questions about drugs.

D-1.4.1

Describe ways to say no to alcohol and tobacco.

D-1.6.1

Set a goal to stay away from secondhand smoke.

D-1.8.1

Encourage family members and peers to say no to ATOD

G-1.1.1

Identify the major body parts and their functions (for example, eyes, ears, nose, fingers, tongue).

G-1.1.2

Identify the major organs of the body and their functions (for example, heart, lungs, skin).

G-1.1.3

Identify the major bones in the skeletal system (for example, femur, humerus, tibia, skull, ribs).

I-1.1.1

Describe the difference between contact that may occur between a child and an adult or a peer that is safe and unsafe.

I-1.1.2

Explain ways to identify trustworthy adults to tell when someone is in need of help, feels threatened, or has been harmed.

I-1.4.1

Demonstrate how to make an emergency phone call.

I-1.4.2

Recite safe things to say and not to say when talking on the telephone with someone whom he or she does not know.

I-1.4.3

Discuss ways to get along with others and avoid conflict at home and school.

I-1.7.1

Identify safety rules at home (including lock the door when you leave the house, never drink an unknown substance, tell a trustworthy adult if you find a gun or weapon, never play with fire, and follow directions of a trustworthy adult during a storm).

I-1.7.2

Identify safety rules at school (including never push a peer while waiting to get a drink of water, keep your personal belongings in a secure place, and get help from a trustworthy adult if a peer is injured).

I-1.7.3

Identify safety rules for dealing with situations in the environment (including look left, then right, then left again before crossing the street, wear a seatbelt when riding in an auto, never go with a stranger to find a lost pet, do not approach an unknown animal, and swim with a buddy).

M-1.1.1

Identify good character traits (for example, honesty, respect for self, respect for others, dependability).

M-1.1.2

Describe the characteristics of a person who has a positive self-concept.

M-1.1.3

Identify ways that individuals are special.

M-1.2.1

List ways that family and friends influence mental, emotional, and social health.

M-1.7.1

Describe appropriate ways to express personal feelings.

M-1.7.2

Discuss ways to be a good friend.

N-1.1.1

Identify the different food groups.

N-1.1.2

Explain the importance of choosing healthy foods and beverages, including water.

N-1.1.3

Define what a food label is.

N-1.1.4

Identify food portions that are appropriate for children.

N-1.1.5

List ways to be physically active daily.

N-1.2.1

List ways that a persons family and friends can influence his or her food choices and physical activity.

N-1.6.1

Set a goal to consume healthy foods and beverages.

N-1.6.2

Set a goal to be physically active daily.

P-1.1.1

Identify behaviors that prevent or promote personal health (for example, playing with electronic devices instead of exercising, washing hands, covering the nose and mouth when sneezing or coughing, bathing, brushing teeth, eating healthy foods).

P-1.1.2

Explain how germs are spread.

P-1.1.3

Explain why brushing teeth keeps the mouth healthy.

P-1.1.4

Identify common illnesses and conditions (for example, allergies, asthma, colds, flu).

P-1.1.5

Define the term environment.

P-1.1.6

Explain why a clean environment protects health.

P-1.2.1

Identify ways that a persons family, friends, and school can support his or her health practices and behaviors.

P-1.3.1

Explain ways to identify the trustworthy adults in the school and community that one should contact when he or she needs heath-related support.

P-1.4.2

Demonstrate listening skills to enhance health.*

P-1.5.1

Identify ways to make decisions that enhance health.

P-1.6.1

Identify a short-term personal health goal and take action toward achieving the goal (for example, brushing teeth twice a day, washing hands before eating, combing hair).

P-1.7.1

List behaviors to keep the mouth healthy (for example, brushing the teeth, going to the dentist, limiting sugary foods and drinks).

P-1.7.2

Describe ways to protect the environment (for example, how to recycle; how to prevent air, water, land, or noise pollution).