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Teachers and parents seeking the full range of curriculum standards which can be served by this film should carefully review the standards applicable to their state. The following is a base from which to start for the eleven most populous states. We have not included standards which apply to general concepts or to skills of analysis or performance.

California: Health Frameworks: Kindergarten through Grade 3, Grades 4 through 6, Middle School and High School: Expectation 4.


Texas Essential Knowledge Skills: Health 1, Grades 9-10 115.32: (b): (9)(A); Home Economics, Grades 7-8, 122.2 (3), (6) and Home Economics, Grades 10-12, 122.32.

New York Learning Standards: No specific standards could be found.

Florida Sunshine State Standards: No specific standards could be found.

Illinois Learning Standards: No specific standards could be found.

Pennsylvania Academic Standards: Family and Consumer Sciences: Through Grade 3: 11.2.3 (A) (E)-(H) and 11.4.3 (A)-(E); Through Grade 6: 11.2.6 (G)-(H) and 11.4.6 (A)-(E); Through Grade 9: 11.2.9 (A)-(H) and 11.4.9 (A)-(E); Through Grade 12: 11.2.12 (A)-(H) and 11.4.12 (A)-(E).

Ohio Academic Content Standards: No specific standards could be found.

Michigan Content Standards and Benchmarks: No specific standards could be found..

New Jersey Core Curriculum Standards: Comprehensive Health and Physical Education Through Grade 2: Standards 2.4.A.1-.3, 2.4.C.1; Through Grade 4: Standards 2.4.A.1-.5; Through Grade 6: 2.4.A.1-.2; Through Grade 8: 2.4.A.2-.4, 2.4.C.6-.7; Through Grade 12: 2.4.C.8.

Georgia Performance Standards: QCC Standards and Resources: Kindergarten: Family Living Topic 4; Grade 2: Family Living Topic 5; Grade 5: Family Living Topic 13; Grade 7: Family Living Topics 18-19; Grades 9-12: Health Topic 27.

North Carolina Standard Course of Study: Healthful Living Standards Competency Goal 2 (Personal and Consumer Health): Grade 6: 2.08.

This web page published August 29, 2007 and revised July 3, 2008.

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