To allow your students an opportunity to explore Mindfulness try this Hyperdoc: goo.gl/zDT2C9. Unfortunately, I do not know the author of this hyperdoc to give credit. If you know the author please email me so we can list the attribution.
If you have a pdf that you'd like to enlarge, you can do so right from within Adobe Reader. Here's how: Go to "Print", then choose "Poster": Next, set the scale to "200%" for 4 pages (experiment for larger) and I prefer no overlap, so set it to 0: PRINT!!
This cool "Human Bingo" game can be used to spice up review and as an opportunity for formative feedback. Video explanation: bit.ly/2QKyatl It was shared by Jonathan Alsheimer (@mr_Alsheimer) and can be used for just about any topic! Get creative! I have created a spreadsheet to make setting up the game fast and easy. Just enter your questions and answers and the sheet sets up the slips that students put in each Bingo box, as well generates a random question order. Here's the spreadsheet: http://bit.ly/2uFazlb
I saw this Pinterest Board Template by Cynthia Nixon and immediately thought that it could be put to good use in a Health Classroom. Click here: bit.ly/2KcWIr4 to preview the template. Click the blue "Use Template" button to get your own copy. You can share this template with your students via Google Classroom or a QR code using the same link as I've included above. I'm thinking that pretty much any Health topic could be assigned for use with this template and that makes it SO useful.