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Wise Owl's Drug Safety Kit - Part Two: What Is A Drug?

10 minutes

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Introduces the term "drug" and specifically relates it to alcohol and tobacco. Describes the harmful effects of these substances. Discusses other dangerous drugs and explains why it's important to avoid them. Also, emphasizes the benefits of a healthy, drug-free lifestyle.

Media Details

Runtime: 10 minutes

Wise Owl's Drug Safety Kit
Season 0 / Ep 1
11 minutes
Grade Level: K - 3
Wise Owl's Drug Safety Kit
Season 0 / Ep 2
10 minutes
Grade Level: K - 3
Wise Owl's Drug Safety Kit
Season 0 / Ep 3
10 minutes
Grade Level: K - 3

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    JANE W. (Slc, UT)
    November 6th, 2019 at 07:40 PM

    I liked the role playing and real pictures of tobacco, cigarettes, and alcohol.

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    Desiree W. (Samson, AL)
    October 4th, 2018 at 10:37 AM

    Wonderful tool to use when introducing drug abuse awareness to students. Perfect for Red Ribbon Week!

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    Andrea G. (Franklin, TN)
    January 30th, 2018 at 02:27 PM

    My students really enjoyed this video and I found it to be very appropriate for their level. The content was explained in a way that the students understood. Thank you!

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    Lola W. (Opelika, AL)
    November 8th, 2017 at 09:05 AM

    This is Great video for grades K-2. Very appropriate in content.

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    Teresa W. (Pollok, TX)
    November 6th, 2017 at 11:53 AM

    I am so grateful to DCMP for the quality content of this video. As I searched for online materials to supplement my drug awareness lessons for K-2, this video is the only one I found about illegal-for-children drugs that I felt was appropriate for the younger students. Worth the time spent completing the required media responses.