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Do you need to lose some weight? Whether it's baby fat you've grown up with or weight you've picked up along the way, learn how you could have avoided it all along with the proper diet from this nutrition video. Join the Standard Deviants crew to learn all about this important part of keeping your body healthy. This program contains information on nutrients and non-nutrients; fats, proteins, and carbohydrates; vitamins and minerals; water; calories; the digestive system; RDA; glucose; hydrolysis; lipids; amino acids; energy balance; metabolism; common problems including diabetes, anorexia, obesity, and bulimia; and many other basics that your body wants you to know!
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Looking for an engaging way to teach nutrition to your high schoolers? This comprehensive DVD series may be exactly what you are looking for. Correlated to state standards, this fast paced and fun series provides an overview of health and nutrition. Topics include: What is nutrition?; Macronutrients: carbohydrates, fats, and protein; digestion; metabolism; metabolic syndrome; sugar overload and processed foods; calories; nutrients; hunger and appetite; food groups; vitamins and minerals; water; nutritional disorders; exercise; weight management and weight loss; alternative diets; psychology of eating; the food industry; organic foods; fresh/local foods; food safety; how to make healthy choices and being an informed consumer.
Produced by Cerebellum, the company behind the Standard Deviant Nutrition DVD, this set provides a more comprehensive look at nutrition and offers a printable workbook. Bundle consists of four DVDs and a digital PDF workbook. The digital workbook contains graphic organizer with lecture outline; group activities-which may be modified for homeschool use; transcript of video information; short answer questions-recall and critical thinking; and quizzes. Answer key provided, running time is 220 min. ~ Deanne
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While new homeschool curriculums crop up fairly often for history, science and language arts, it's a rarity that a new homeschool health program is developed! Author Michele Spadafora has done an incredible job in pulling together this easy-to-use, thoroughly Christian P.E. and nutrition course that incorporates weekly lessons in "faith, fitness and fuel." It's an 18-week course that includes three segments on each of those "building blocks" per week, with tests included after every 3rd or 4th week and lots of helpful and inspiring video content as well. Scheduling works most naturally if you do health three days per week for one semester. Each week includes three topical reading segments (each about two pages in length), questions for the student, space to write goals for all three areas for the week, and space to journal about the week. "Faith" reading assignments focus on a biblical message, typically a goal that we could all work towards in our relationship with the Lord. These include: giving God control, replacing stress with peace, prayer, worship, loving others, serving others, making disciples, and more. Scripture references are sprinkled throughout the text, and several questions typically follow the reading. "Fitness" readings focus on the practical and include the benefits of exercising, frequency of exercising, warm-ups and cool-downs, proper form, weight loss basics, core strength, exercise gear, etc. "Fuel" readings focus on nutrition, like eating portions and proportions, understanding food labels, the importance of breakfast, avoiding sugar, the importance of whole grains, eating healthy snacks, avoiding diet mistakes, understanding eating disorders, and more. Readings on fitness and fuel typically do not have questions for the student, but are always followed by a space to write a goal for the week. The tests are fairly short and made up entirely of multiple-choice questions (an answer key for these is included at the end of the book).
The video content is one of my favorite aspects of the program. It not only allows the author to "talk to" the student via video, but it also provides a way to demonstrate proper exercise form, workout ideas, or cooking technique. There are 32 short videos that complement the content in the book, and prompts to view them are found at the end of the readings. Students are also directed to several "Burst" videos throughout the program. These videos are about ten minutes in length and, just like the name suggests, these offer short energetic workouts to get the blood pumping. These are also found on the author's website. A DVD is also included with the book which features three full-body workouts, each about a ½-hour in length. The workout routines are fast-moving, yet simple enough to follow along with and feature upbeat Christian music from a variety of contemporary Christian artists. No fancy gear is required; while exercise bands make an appearance in several of the workout videos, and weights and exercise balls are discussed in the book, most fitness routines do not require any equipment. Whether you use the routines included or your own fitness program, the student is asked to work out at least three times a week, outside of specific assignments from the book.
This easy-to-implement program would be perfect to do together as a family. The readings are fairly short and easy for students at different ability levels to understand. Technical details on nutrition and fitness are kept to a minimum, and the fitness routines and exercises will appeal equally to girls and boys. Compared to a full-year health course, you won't find nearly as much content on the human body or physiology here; the emphasis is truly on practical knowledge and motivation to stay fit. It would make sense to incorporate the nutritional information into the whole family's diet as well. The text is designed as a consumable, but if your students all write in their own journals or notebooks, you could use the text as a family. Christian families will especially appreciate the emphasis on building your faith while you build your physical endurance. 171 pgs, pb. – Jess
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Have you ever wanted to sit and soak in the wisdom of an expert in treating learning difficulties? As a parent or educational specialist, you know the children in your care are bright and capable, yet learning is hard for them. If you ever wondered if you can do more to help your struggling learner, this DVD series may have the answers you are seek.
Designed for Special Ed teachers, literacy teachers, home-educators, tutors and others with a special interest to help children, Dianne Craft’s 10+ hour seminar series explains the brain research behind many learning glitches (disabilities), gives you the tools to identify processing glitches, and plan a program to correct blocked learning gates. She also provides effective strategies and lesson plans through the 9 sessions in this video seminar. Sessions include:
Session 1: Identifying Your Child’s Processing Problems provides the foundational understanding of the four learning gates and signs of blocked learning gates. Right and Left Brain learning traits are also clarified. A 3-prong approach is provided to correct blocked learning gates.
Session 2: Dysgraphia: When Writing is Painful discusses the signs of writing stress and compares it to a child who may appear lazy or uncooperative. Visual-Spatial problems are also explained before she expands on activities to correct dysgraphia. Mrs. Craft stresses that progress may be seen in as little as 3 months; however, a minimum of 6 months is necessary for full benefit. Includes step by step, Daily Writing “Eight” Exercise instructions and the daily lesson plan for struggling writer and speller.
Session 3: Right Brain Paragraph and Composition Writing addresses the “loose thought patterns” experienced by children and teens who suffer with dysgraphia, ADD or Auditory Processing problems. A simple formula of baby steps, right brain webbing and modeling are easy to implement at home and have proven successful with reluctant, struggling writers. Includes directions for beginning, intermediate and advanced skill levels, along with writing tools for parent/teacher guidance.
Session 4: Right Brain Math is dedicated to all the children who forget math from day to day. Teaching a “Plan B” for struggling math students, Mrs. Craft provides helpful, detailed information on right brain strategies for effective learning of math concepts. These strategies will work with any math curriculum. Includes math tutoring instructions.
Session 5: Training Your Child’s Photographic Memory (for Spelling) provides a right brain teaching strategies that work for struggling spellers-regardless of brain dominance. Considered a “Plan B” for spellers, this DVD teaches a photographic memory method which may be valuable throughout life. Includes information to access a 1200 Most Commonly Used Words list.
Session 6: Dyslexia and Other Reading Problems explores why reading is hard for some kids. With a focus on children at least 2 years behind in reading, Mrs. Craft explains the levels of processing problems, and differentiates dyslexia from visual and auditory processing disorders, and general reading dysfunctions. She then elaborates on the keys to correcting reading problems: Correct and Bypass. Includes daily lesson plans and a quick word recognition spelling test. Also, recommended for correction of reading problems are the Brain Integration Therapy Manual and Right Brain Phonics materials and basal readers.
Session 7: Kids and Teenagers with Focus/Attention Issues takes a fascinating look at how our diet and antibiotic use may appear as symptoms of sensory dysfunction and focus/attention issues. She also explores the big question- “Is it character or chemistry?” and provides simple checklists of behavioral and physical characteristics. Dietary changes and nutritional supplementation recommendations are recommended.
Session 8: Auditory Process Problems reviews common myths before teaching the characteristics that impact reading, spelling and math. Covering common physical causes (allergies, nutritional deficiencies), Mrs. Craft shares ways to bypass and correct auditory channels issues at home.
Session 9: Autism, Asperger’s and Sensory Processing Problems looks at the increasing prevalence of autism in the U.S., traditional treatment and causation theories. Mrs. Craft recommends a 3-pronged approach to unlock the abilities of Autistic children, with a focus on nutrition in this session. She provides the foundational knowledge you need to identify, treat and restore the underlying biochemical disorder that may cause or exacerbate autistic symptoms.
Overall, this series is tremendously beneficial for parents and educators alike. There are a couple of disappointments. First, the DVDs are recordings of workshop sessions presented to a large group. Therefore, some graphics are difficult to see or have been updated to fit the DVD presentation. On one occasion, Mrs. Craft and her assistant are showing how to do the Circle Eight Exercises correctly and are partially blocked by the podium. The accompanying Study Guide is jam-packed with helpful information; however, at times is difficult to follow along with the presentations. As my colleagues and I viewed the videos, we elected to take notes during the sessions and read the study guide after the session. While there is no Biblical teaching, Mrs. Craft makes comments about our children being “God-made”, the value of prayer in helping our struggling learners and “God as our Supreme Being.” DVDs range from 45-90 minutes. CEUs or course completion certifications are also available. ~ Deanne
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In this first DVD from the “Struggling Learner Seminar” video series, renowned speaker and educational specialist, Dianne Craft, shares clearly and compassionately tips and techniques to differentiate the challenges experienced by struggling learners versus more common issues of immaturity. Beginning with an overview discussion of right and left-brain differences and the maturity issues common in boys, she outlines the four learning gates and levels of processing problems. After identifying the four learning gates: Visual Processing, Audio Processing, Writing and Focusing/Attention, she shares common signs to help parents and teachers readily identify the child’s greatest struggle. Once identified, she discusses a 3-pronged approach for all struggling learners and touches briefly on targeted activities in each of the four gates. Interwoven are nutritional considerations and research as well as encouragement that struggling learners will be able to overcome and make great progress if the right teaching approach is utilized. This is an excellent introduction to brain integration and processing problems. Included is contact information for additional teaching resources. Contains references to prayer and God given/ordained situations. DVD run time approximately 60 min. ~ Deanne
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Children ages 3-9 years old can enjoy fitness fun and learn Bible verses as well as how to be calm and focused. Each posture is linked to scripture and poses have names like the Angel, Peter's Boat and the Star. DVD includes 2 great 20-minute workouts the whole family can do as they gain strength, balance and flexibility. ~ Sara
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A companion DVD complementing the lab section of Home School Family Fitness is also available. It contains approximately one hour of instruction in sports skills, including demonstrations of skills needed for football, soccer, basketball, volleyball, baseball, and tennis.
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Teaching young people the value of proper nutrition is a valuable endeavor that is often overlooked. If you have a desire to teach your sons and daughters proper, whole foods nutrition, meal planning and cooking, this one semester course may be perfect to meet your needs. And if you were never taught the benefits of and how to prepare whole, organic, or living foods, you might be interested in learning right along with them!
Designed for independent study, your role as a parent/instructor is to assist the student as needed, teach them location (and proper use) of kitchen equipment, and record their grade. Instructor overview, grade sheets (divided into 2 nine-week charts), required equipment and supplies, optional equipment and supplies, along with pantry and refrigerator staple items are provided before the course is initiated. As a side note, required equipment and supplies typically are common kitchen items, although you may need to add a food processor, grain mill, and a powerful blender.
Weekly lessons are well organized and easy to implement. Beginning with a shopping list for the week, the lessons are organized into a five days per week schedule. The first day incorporates a scripture memory verse and related reading, and weekly homework assignments. Consecutive days provide brief review and meal preparation activity, which includes an ingredient listing and step by step instructions. Each meal has a dedicated day-for example: Tuesday breakfast, Wednesday lunch, Thursday dinner, and Friday focused on healthy desserts or side dishes. Most days also include related dinner discussion questions or starters. Throughout the course of study, students will learn the rationale for eating healthy, economics of food choices and shopping, proper table etiquette, grinding wheat for bread, planting an herb garden, canning, and diverse palates for healthy eating. Appendix includes two exams to be completed, one at the end of 9 weeks and the other at 18 weeks. Answer key is also included. An excellent, introduction to home-economics for families striving to live nutritionally well. Considered one semester, I would pair it with Light Speed Nutrition (#051984) DVDs for more nutrition instruction at the high school level. Spiral Bound. 267 pgs. ~Deanne