Elementary Aged Students

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The Case of Cool Al: A Johnny Clue Mystery (cc)

A mystery adventure designed to teach young viewers about the dangers of alcohol. Kids, have no fear, ace detective Johnny Clue is on the case of evil dude "Cool Al". When Johnny uncovers unmistakable evidence that bad things are happening to the kids hanging out with Cool Al, his investigation goes into high gear. He uncovers evidence of the crime-- kids drinking alcohol, having memory problems, and even blackouts. More compelling evidence is provided by Stella Sparks, a scientist who specializes in studying the damage alcohol causes to kids' developing brains. Also on the case is Detective Filbert, a cop who provides all the legal facts kids need to know about underage drinking. In the climactic ending, Johnny Clue unmasks Cool Al at a big bash where all the kids discover that drinking alcohol is uncool, illegal, and really bad for your brain.
Grades 3-6            13 min.          2009           DVD-4204

Grades 3-6
Effective Management of ADHD in Children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders--May 7, 2012

Children with a Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder may benefit from medications to address Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and other co-morbid conditions. However, children with a Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder present in a more complex way than do children in the general population. A comprehensive understanding of how ADHD should be identified and treated in children affected by prenatal exposure to alcohol is essential for professionals working with these children in order to develop an effective treatment plan including medication in combination with appropriate therapuetic interventions.

Adult     47:52 min.      2012        DVD-4231

 

Let's Talk About Drugs

Margaret is happy to go birthday shopping with her grandmother, but unhappy about Grandma's smoking. Having learned in school that it's okay to ask a grown-up not to smoke if it's done politely, she talks to Grandma about how she feels. Grandma sees her point and gives Margaret a fun-filled, smoke-free day. Margaret had fun, but her feet got sore. She asks her father for pills to feel better. He explains that there are no pills for sore feet; he also reminds Margaret that she should take medicine only from him, her mother, or a doctor. From a cousin, Margaret learns the virtues of caffeine-free over regular soda; why alcohol is only for adults; and why trying on adult behaviors is not a smart thing for kids to do.
Grades K-3            16 min.           1996              V-3015

Grades K-3
Protecting You/Protecting Me: An Alcohol use Prevention Curriculum/Grade 5 (cc) - Teaching Guide & DVD

This evidence-based, NREPP-recognized curriculum is a unique collaboration between MADD and Hazelden. It draws on the latest research to make understanding brain development accessible and enjoyable beginning with first grade. Here’s what else makes PY/PM unique:

  • It focuses on the child and not on the substance.
  • It stresses the difference between how alcohol affects adults and how alcohol affects youth.
  •  It begins early, before the onset of alcohol use.
  •  As a universal prevention program, PY/PM is designed to reach large numbers of students, not just those at high risk for alcohol use.

Curriculum Guide 2000, 2006

Accompanying Video Title:  Protecting Our Brain

Grade 5              12 min.              2003              DVD-4180

Grade 5
Protecting You/Protecting Me: An Alcohol Use Prevention Curriculum/Grade 1 - Teaching Guide

This evidence-based, NREPP-recognized curriculum is a unique collaboration between MADD and Hazelden. It draws on the latest research to make understanding brain development accessible and enjoyable beginning with first grade. Here’s what else makes PY/PM unique:

  • It focuses on the child and not on the substance.
  • It stresses the difference between how alcohol affects adults and how alcohol affects youth.
  •  It begins early, before the onset of alcohol use.
  •  As a universal prevention program, PY/PM is designed to reach large numbers of students, not just those at high risk for alcohol use.

Curriculum Guide 2000, 2006

Accompanying Video Title:  Protecting Our Brain  DVD-4180 (2003) 

Guide-4189 available for loan from the Video Lending Library

Grade 1
Protecting You/Protecting Me: An Alcohol use Prevention Curriculum/Grade 2 - Teaching Guide

This evidence-based, NREPP-recognized curriculum is a unique collaboration between MADD and Hazelden. It draws on the latest research to make understanding brain development accessible and enjoyable beginning with first grade. Here’s what else makes PY/PM unique:

  • It focuses on the child and not on the substance.
  • It stresses the difference between how alcohol affects adults and how alcohol affects youth.
  •  It begins early, before the onset of alcohol use.
  •  As a universal prevention program, PY/PM is designed to reach large numbers of students, not just those at high risk for alcohol use.

Curriculum Guide 2000, 2006

Accompanying Video Title:  Protecting Our Brain  DVD-4180 (2003) 

Guide-4190 available for loan from the Video Lending Library 

Grade 2
Protecting You/Protecting Me: An Alcohol Use Prevention Curriculum/Grade 3 - Teaching Guide

This evidence-based, NREPP-recognized curriculum is a unique collaboration between MADD and Hazelden. It draws on the latest research to make understanding brain development accessible and enjoyable beginning with first grade. Here’s what else makes PY/PM unique:

  • It focuses on the child and not on the substance.
  • It stresses the difference between how alcohol affects adults and how alcohol affects youth.
  •  It begins early, before the onset of alcohol use.
  •  As a universal prevention program, PY/PM is designed to reach large numbers of students, not just those at high risk for alcohol use.

Curriculum Guide 2000, 2006

Accompanying Video Title:  Protecting Our Brain  DVD-4180 (2003) 

Guide-4191 available for loan from the Video Lending Library  

Grade 3
Protecting You/Protecting Me: An Alcohol use Prevention Curriculum/Grade 4 - Teaching Guide

This evidence-based, NREPP-recognized curriculum is a unique collaboration between MADD and Hazelden. It draws on the latest research to make understanding brain development accessible and enjoyable beginning with first grade. Here’s what else makes PY/PM unique:

  • It focuses on the child and not on the substance.
  • It stresses the difference between how alcohol affects adults and how alcohol affects youth.
  •  It begins early, before the onset of alcohol use.
  •  As a universal prevention program, PY/PM is designed to reach large numbers of students, not just those at high risk for alcohol use.

Curriculum Guide 2000, 2006

Accompanying Video Title:  Protecting Our Brain  DVD-4180 (2003) 

Guide-4192 available for loan from the Video Lending Library   

Grade 4