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Too Good for Drugs Second Grade

Unit 1


Lesson 1:  Setting Reachable Goals

Students learn how to set and achieve personal goals.  


Lesson 2:  Responsible Decision Making

Students learn how to think through a problem and make responsible decisions.


Lesson 3:  Identifying and Managing Emotions

Students learn to recognize and manage their emotions. 


Lesson 4:  Effective Communication

Students learn how to communicate clearly, listen actively, and ask for help.


Lesson 5:  Bonding and Relationships

Students learn how to make and keep healthy relationships.


Unit 2


Lesson 6:  Managing Peer Pressure 

Students learn and apply peer pressure refusal strategies.


Lesson 7:  Managing Mistakes

Students learn to identify positive and negative self-talk and how to handle mistakes in a healthy way.


Lesson 8:  Understanding the Safe Use of Prescription and OTC Medicines

Students learn to differentiate safe and unsafe use of prescription and over-the-counter medicine.


Lesson 9:  Identifying and Avoiding Harmful Substances

Students learn to identify and stay safe when encountering harmful substances.


Lesson 10:  Making Healthy Choices

Students identify how healthy choices can impact lifelong wellness and review information from the past 9 lessons.

If you have any questions about the resources on this page, you can contact our Prevention Educators here, or you can visit the Mendez Foundation’s website here.

Lesson Videos
You will need: A pencil and a notebook or a Too Good for Drugs workbook

Anchor 1
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At Home Learning Worksheets

These worksheets are designed to support and practice skills in language arts, social studies, vocabulary, and art.  There is a worksheet for each week.  The worksheets do not needed to be printed.  Students are able to complete the prompts on a separate sheet of paper.

Home Workouts

These worksheets are fun activities for adults and kids to complete together.  There is a worksheet for each of the ten lessons.  Some worksheets can be completed without printing, but some will be difficult to complete without printing.



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