www.accessexcellence.org Access Excellence. INTERACTIVE This site is a national educational program that provides health, biology and life science teachers access to their colleagues, scientists, and critical sources of new scientific information via the World Wide Web
www.aahperd.org American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance’s Web Page. (K-12)
http://www.aaaai.org/ American Academy of Asthma, Allergies and Immunology. (K-12) This site has information on treatment, causes and prevention of asthma and allergies. There are public service and professional service information, and educational materials.
www.aehf.com American Environmental Health Foundation. This site contains educational information on environmental health sensitivity issues and a listing of products of interest to those concerned with environmental health.
www.ahima.org American Health Information Management Association. The American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) is the dynamic professional association that represents more than 40,000 specially educated health information management professionals who work throughout the healthcare industry. Many good related links.
www.brainpop.com BrainPOP. (K-8) INTERACTIVE BrainPOP makes learning fun in a safe environment without sacrificing accurate information which is something that parents, teachers and kids are looking for. BrainPOP is a work-in-progress. It is constantly developing new content based on the needs of its users and the National Science Education Standards. At present, BrainPOP.com has over 80 original animated movies covering Health, Science & Technology topics.
www.cellsalive.com Cells Alive. INTERACTIVE CELLS alive! is maintained on-line and provided free of charge to several thousand visitors every day, most of them students. Great downloadable videos and more. (5-12)
www.cdc.gov Center for Disease Control and Prevention Web Site. (6-12)
http://edstandards.org/Standards.html Educational Standards and Curriculum Frameworks for Health/PE. This site has an annotated list of Internet sites with K-12 educational standards and curriculum frameworks documents. This site is maintained by Charles Hill and the Putnam Valley School in New York.
www.fitnesslinkpros.com Fitness Link. (9-12) A portal type of site of Fitness related links.
www.gameskidsplay.net Games Kids Play. (K-5) INTERACTIVE This site has over 500 playground games for grades K-5. Included with each games are rules and a description.
www.columbia.edu/cu/healthwise Go Ask Alice. (6-12) INTERACTIVE This site is an interactive, health related question and answer service. This site is maintained by Columbia University and provides Health professional to answers student/teacher questions.
http://www.glencoe.com/sec/health/gh2005/student/guide.php/al Health & Fitnesswebsite from Glencoe Health INTERACTIVE
www.healthfinder.gov HealthFinder. Your guide from the government for reliable health information. This Federal health portal site has links to reliable information from over 1,800 health-related organizations.
http://www.healthyheroes.org.nz/ Healthy Heroes THis site isa fun 9 week program where teachers, parents and student build health heapits to las a lifetime. They learn better ways to do the 5 things that make the biggest difference in thier lives, eating, exercising, sleeping, thinking and helping others.
www.healthteacher.com HealthTeacher. (K-12) HealthTeacher.com is provided as an alternative approach to improving school-based health education. HealthTeacher.com provides a comprehensive, sequential K-12 health education curriculum that consists of almost 300 lesson guides that meet National Health Education Standards and provide skills-based assessment methods.
www.kidshealth.org KidsHealth. (K-12) INTERACTIVE KidsHealth is the largest and most visited site on the Web providing doctor-approved health information about children from before birth through adolescence. Created by The Nemours Foundation's Center for Children's Health Media, KidsHealth provides families with accurate, up-to-date, and jargon-free health information they can use. KidsHealth has been on the Web since 1995. KidsHealth has separate areas for kids, teens, and parents - each with its own design, age-appropriate content, and tone.
www.mrdonn.org Mr. Donn's Free Lesson Plans and Activities. (K-12) INTERACTIVE This is a portal type site for History, Geography, Reading, Language Arts, Safety and other related content areas.
http://www.nal.usda.gov The National Agricultural Library Web Site. (K-12)
www.nays.org The National Alliance for Youth Sports Web Site. (K-12).
www.nsca-lift.org National Strength and Conditioning Association web site.
http://www.ed.gov/about/offices/list/osdfs/index.html?src=mr Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools (OSDFS)
www.pelinks4u.org PE Links4You. This site has numerous PE related links include Adapted PE, Health, Fitness & Nutrition, Organizations & Associations, Coaching, Elementary and Secondary PE, Technology in PE and more.
www.physsportsmed.com The Physician and Sports medicine Online. (6-12) Online version of the Physician and Sports medicine journal.
http://quitsmokingcommunity.org/ Quit Smoking Community
http://doe.sd.gov/ South Dakota Department of Education
www.sparkpe.org SparkPE. While overweight and obesity levels climb, the minutes children spend in physical education (PE) has decreased.SPARK is designed to maximize class activity time, without sacrificing learning. The SPARK team of educators and researchers have spent years creating the tools you need to succeed, and now they are available to you.
www.specialolympics.org The Special Olympics International Web Site. (K-12)
http://www.sikids.com Sports Illustrated for Kids. (K-6) INTERACTIVE
www.sports-media.org Sports Media – PE & Sports for Everyone. (K-12) This site is an interactive PE Curricular Web site dedicated to providing lesson plans, tips, drills, activities and other teaching aids for the PE teacher. Sports Media has members who are nationally/internationally recognized experts in PE, sports, fitness, coaching, health and nutrition. They also cooperate with SPORTDiscus www.sportdiscus.com
www.stopdrugs.org Stop Drugs. (3-8) This site is an antidrug site from the California Department of Justice and the California Department of Narcotic Officer's Association.
www.stretch-n-grow.com Stretch-n-Grow. (K-6) Stretch-n-Grow is a comprehensive fitness program for kids. We are committed to helping educators and parents establish a foundation of exercise and proper nutrition at an early age, before habits gel. The Stretch-n-Grow program teaches children the fundamentals of a healthy lifestyle.
http://www.teachhealth.com Teach Health. This is a portal type site with various resource links relating to the teaching of health in the classroom.
www.thetruth.com The Sunny Side of Truth This is a site dedicated to the perils of tobacco. Includes videos, facts, games and a blog.
http://www.titleix.info/Title lX Web Site.
www.yahoo.com/health Yahoo Health Directory. (K-12) This site has a listing of hundreds of health-related sites covering a wide range of topics and a search engine.