Early Childhood Health (Pre-K)

The Michigan Model for HealthTM Early Childhood Health curriculum offers Pre-K educators a resource that contains engaging and age-appropriate health activities that connect to children's real-life experiences and emphasizes family involvement. The MMH Pre-K curriculum provides a strong foundational building block to the Grade K-12 curriculum resulting in effective skills-based health instruction and positive student outcomes for early learners.

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Social & Emotional Health

Children learn skills for identifying feelings, recognizing personal space, problem-solving, belonging to a family, friendship, and school meal time manners.

Personal Health & Wellness

Children learn skills on proper tooth care and handwashing, explore the concept of germs and preventing the spread of germs, and procedures using the bathroom at school.

Physical Activity & Nutrition

Children learn skills about choosing nutritious foods and trying new foods, and the importance of drinking water and physical movement and exercise.


Children learn skills on safety rules and strategies to avoid personal injury or harm to oneself or others at school, home, neighborhood or other environments.

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