Peer Pressure
#806 Safe Living Daily
Crime Prevention

#806 Safe Living Daily24-page manual, LE

Published to teach children the importance of rules and behavior in their everyday lives and to appreciate and respect each person they meet, spread the message of kindness and understanding, and to learn to respect themselves & others.

Topics: Personal Responsibility; Respect for Others' Property; Being a Good Role Model; Being Dependable; Respecting Authority; Trust Your Feelings; Playing Safely; Respecting Other's Possessions; Being Honest; Avoid Cheating; Respecting Others; Resolving Conflicts; Choosing Good Friends; Avoiding Gangs; Staying in School; Avoiding Peer Pressure; Avoid Shoplifting; Avoiding Vandalism; Treating Others with Kindness; and Appreciating Diversity.

 
#256 Most Kids Don’t Use Drugs
Drug Prevention

25628 page Flip-book, 6 ¼” x 3 3/4” - UE, MS

The “Most Kids Don’t Use Drugs” flip-book covers vital drug use prevention information in a fun and exciting way. The information is broken down into short easy to understand pages with attention getting cartoons that makes for a quick read to keep kid’s attention. It features colorful cascading pages on each of the gateway drug topics and more: Alcohol, Marijuana, Tobacco, and Inhalants. The back two pages cover Over-the-Counter Drugs and Prescription Drugs. Even though the character is a cartoon drawing, he has an edgy type of art style, which should appeal to upper elementary and possibly middle school-age kids.

Topics Covered: Alcohol; Marijuana; Tobacco; Inhalants; Over-the-Counter Drugs and Prescription Drugs; Safety Friends; Choose Good Friends; Gateway Drugs; You’ve Only Got One Body®; Listen to Yourself; Safety Leaders; How to say “NO” and mean it; Peer Pressure; Bullies, About Habits, Drug Addiction, and Zero Tolerance.

 
#254 Why Risk It?
Drug Prevention

25420 page Comic Book (Graphic Novel), 6 ¼” x 10 ¼” - UE, MS

Why Risk It? Is a brand new type of material for NCSC. It is printed on paper, which is like a real comic book. It is a mix of cartoon and real photos and features Safetypup®. This book stresses that not all kids do drugs and concentrates on the consequences of your choices where drug use is concerned.

Comic books can hook early readers with cool illustrations and easy-to-follow stories. They can be the variety kids need to encourage them to read about important topics that were not as interesting when presented in other ways. Information on drug prevention can be incredibly daunting for kids; a wall of words, overwhelming to start and impossible to finish. This means it can be vital to use different teaching methods and tools. Comic books are the perfect information vehicle. They divide up the text into manageable chunks, which is supported by images. These images help readers increase their comprehension through the connection between words and images.

Topics Covered: Alcohol; Tobacco; Marijuana; Inhalants; Steroids; Over the Counter Drugs; Prescription Drugs; Peer Pressure; How to say “NO” and mean it; Bullies; Safety Friends; Choosing Good Friends; Think for Yourself; Texting and Driving; Drinking and Driving; Distracted Driving; Zero Tolerance; Secondhand Smoke; Spitting Tobacco; Chewing Tobacco; Dissolvables; Addiction; Steroids; Supplements; Sports; and Steroids.

 
#058 Listen to Yourself - Not the "Gang"!
Drug Prevention

58Mini book - E

A guide to peer pressure & safe choices.

Topics: What Are Drugs? Dares; Peer Pressure; Listen to Yourself; Make the Right Decision; Help a Friend; TV, Magazines & Ads; and Vocab List.

 
#237 Alcohol is Dangerous - Think! Don't Drink
Drug Prevention

#237 Alcohol is Dangerous - Think! Don't DrinkFull-color mini book- UE

Facts about alcohol for an upper elementary audience and their families.

Topics: Drugs & Medicines; Choose Good Friends, The Law, Gateway Drugs; You've Only Got One Body - You are Special; Dares are Dangerous; Listen to Yourself; Safety Friends, Safety Leaders; Ways to Say NO; About Alcohol; Side Effects of Alcohol; Zero Tolerance; and Peer Pressure.

 
#238 Marijuana is Dangerous - Even a Little is Illegal
Drug Prevention

#238 Marijuana is Dangerous - Even a Little is IllegalFull-color mini book- UE

Facts about marijuana for an upper elementary audience and their families.

Topics: Drugs & Medicines; Choose Good Friends, The Law, Gateway Drugs; You've Only Got One Body - You are Special; Listen to Yourself; Safety Friends, Safety Leaders; Ways to Say NO; About Marijuana; Side Effects of Marijuana; Drug Addiction; and Peer Pressure.

 
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