Too Good for Drugs Second Grade
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.
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.
You will need: A pencil and a notebook or a Too Good for Drugs workbook
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.
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.