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Have you ever noticed that watching is a big part of the holidays? From the Elf on the Shelf to Santa Claus, someone is always watching at Christmas. And this includes our children - watching us! Read more about how to navigate holiday stress as a parent, when your kids are watching and learning from you.

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Bad habits are hard to break! This interactive and educational games will help give middle school kids positive screen time while they work towards breaking their bad habits. Smash the health hazards before they drag you down. Click here to start playing now.

VIDEO: How alcohol affects your developing brain. Calling all teachers, school counselors, school nurses and parents - this is one part of a 9-video series developed to teach middle school students the affects alcohol has on the brain. After viewing the video, visit asklistenlearn.org to download free lesson plans and activities to help educate 5th and 6th grade children on how to say no to underage drinking and yes to a healthy lifestyle.

Free lesson plans, worksheets, activities, games and resources to teach kids about alcohol's affect on the developing brain. If you're a teacher, counselor or school admin, these free resources (including free printables) align to standards and are a fun addition to your science and health themes in the classroom. Specifically geared towards 5th and 6th graders, this unit also includes videos and tips for parents to help elementary school and middle school students say no to underage…

Free lesson plans, worksheets, activities, games and resources to teach kids about alcohol's affect on the developing brain. If you're a teacher, counselor or school admin, these free resources (including free printables) align to standards and are a fun addition to your science and health themes in the classroom. Specifically geared towards 5th and 6th graders, this unit also includes videos and tips for parents to help elementary school and middle school students say no to underage…

VIDEO: How alcohol affects your developing brain. Calling all teachers, school counselors, school nurses and parents - this is one part of a 9-video series developed to teach middle school students the affects alcohol has on the brain. After viewing the video, visit asklistenlearn.org to download free lesson plans and activities to help educate 5th and 6th grade children on how to say no to underage drinking and yes to a healthy lifestyle.