Through the Eyes of the Eagle

This lesson is a good multicultural connection for health education and is aligned to the book titled, “Through The Eyes of The Eagle” by Georgia Perez. This lesson helps students to identify examples of physical activity in the past and present. Students will be able to understand that diabetes is a disease and can be associated with unhealthy habits.

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  • Health

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  • Kindergarten
  • 1st Grade
  • 2nd Grade


  • Health Kindergarten
  • Health 1
  • Health 2

Standard(s)/Course Objective(s)

  • (K)1.3 - Observe patterns in nature (leaves, feathers, night, day, weather conditions).
  • (1)4.1 - Investigate and describe how plants have seeds that produce the same kind of plant.
  • (1)4.2 - Investigate, observe, and describe how plants grow and change through their life cycles.
  • (K)3.2 - Discuss why all living things need food and physical activity.
  • (1)3.3 - Identify foods and physical activities at home and school.
  • (1)3.4 - Define inactive vs. active lifestyles. Discuss various activities which promote an active, healthy lifestyle.
  • (2)3.2 - Discuss the connection between making healthy food choices and physical activity.
  • (2)3.3 - Discuss individual and family food preferences. Discuss physical activities your family participates in on a regular basis.
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