The following section will include links to available health/science curricula, kits, interactive websites for kids, and other resources for use by educators. In some cases these websites offer free curriculum materials, while others offer you information about where to purchase curriculum material. This list is not meant to be comprehensive, but to give you a flavor of some of the material that has been produced the past few years. We hope you find the material useful for enhancing your health and or science lessons in the classroom.
Check out the CDC, NIH and other websites for curricula to incorporate into your health and science lessons. Many of the curricula are tied to state and national education standards. Click on the link to the left. Note: be sure to check out the links on the Interactive Websites as well.
Alaska AHEC Centers have a set of self contained In-the-Box curriculums which can be borrowed to use to enhance your lessons in health. A description of each kit and contact information for each center is provided. Click on the link to the left.
These interactive websites are geared toward kids and vary in the ages that are targeted. All have topics that revolve around health and/or science. Click on the link to the left.
This page is for those links that don’t quite fit in the categories above. Click on the link to the left.
This page was last updated by Janice Troyer on June 18, 2013