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The Big Picture Living Conversation Cards are designed as a way for schools/programs to introduce Lifestyle Medicine through discussion and activities for each of the 6 Measures.
Reflect & Consider Cards: 4 discussion prompts with information to guide the conversation. The Reflect & Consider Cards are designed to be printed double sided and cut into 4 separate cards. Each card includes a Quick Bite, a short extension activity inspired by the discussion.
Activities: 4 activities to personalize the measure and activate community engagement.
The Big Picture Living Teacher/Advisor Guide is intended for advisors and teachers to use with their advisory, for learning plan meetings, Who Am I projects, student-driven real-world projects, and at student exhibitions. This guide incorporates the great work students from all over the world have done in around ACLM’s 6 Measures to other students, schools, their families, and communities.
Download Big Picture Living Lesson Plans
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From announcement boards to stickers on notebooks to posters in the hallways, we have you covered!
Designed by MET students Angel Feliz and Jasmin Poirier
(click on image to download 18x24 poster)
Translated and designed by New Legacy Charter School student Dariana Cruz
(click on image to download)
Start the Conversation Posters
(click on image to download 11x17 poster)
6 Measures Stickers
(2.5" diameter will print on Avery 5639 Print-to-the-Edge Round Labels)
Images for Bulletin Board
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Discover how other schools have used Big Picture Living.
Drugwatch provides health information guides and research on various medical conditions and unsafe drugs. According to the CDC, over 37.3 million Americans of all ages have diabetes with 96 million adult Americans having prediabetes. Check out their site for a guide to diabetes prevention, featuring 5 tips and when to talk to a doctor.
Students at The MET in Rhode Island have worked with a local nutritionist to learn about nutrition. They've also worked to collect their favorite recipes in a school cookbook.
Click on the link to download the Big Picture Living Challenge. Fill out the page, snap a photo and share your answer on social media using #BigPictureLivingChallenge.
Encourage your students to fill out a personal health plan