Always Changing | Ophea Teaching Tools

    Always Changing

    Topic: 
    Healthy Growth and Development
    Grades: 
    5 - 8

    Always Changing resources are free, downloadable and support teaching adolescent growth and development, personal hygiene, and healthy, active living.

    New for the 2017-2018 school year!

    • A Male Student Guide component for Grade 5&6 and 7&8 is now included in the resource and focuses on building the confidence of young men and boys as it relates to their puberty education needs.
    • The Always Changing Leader's Guide component for Grade 5&6 and 7&8 now includes a new 2017/2018 #LIKEAGIRL lesson plan.

    Always Changing 5 & 6

    Always Changing 5 & 6 is a resource for teaching pre-teens in Grades 5 and 6 about the transition between childhood and adolescence and the beginning stages of puberty.

    Directly linked to the Healthy Living strand of the H&PE Curriculum, Always Changing addresses issues surrounding adolescent growth and development, and personal hygiene.

    This school-based resource comes complete with an updated Leader's Guide, updated 'Like a Girl' Student Guide, new Male Student Guide, student worksheets, quizzes, crosswords and other fun resources and teaching strategies to help students understand their changing bodies, and the stages of puberty.

    Always Changing 7 & 8

    Always Changing 7 & 8 is a resource designed to promote a healthy, active lifestyle to Grades 7 and 8 students. Its goal is to help students develop the necessary skills to overcome barriers to physical education, sport and physical activity participation in order to lead active, healthy lifestyles.

    Always Changing 7 & 8 is directly linked to the Active Participation strand of the H&PE curriculum and contains an updated Leader’s Guide and Like a Girl Student Guide, and new Male Student Guide.

    The Always Changing resources are also available in French as Grandir.

    Always Changing and Like a Girl were developed by Procter and Gamble Inc. and are endorsed and promoted by Ophea and PHE Canada (Physical and Health Education Canada).