Inspire your students to make good choices and keep them safe from drugs and alcohol with a Red Ribbon week worksheet.
Make Good Choices with a Red Ribbon Week Worksheet
Red Ribbon Week is a national campaign to educate and raise awareness about drug abuse and its consequences for individuals, families, and communities.
During Red Ribbon week, teachers, principals, and parents are encouraged to promote healthy, drug-free lifestyles and raise awareness. We must give these young people the information they need to stay safe from drug use, and we are excited to provide them with this “Making Smart Choices” Red Ribbon Week activity to use in the classroom.
Looking for Red Ribbon Week Ideas?
If you are on the hunt for Red Ribbon week ideas, this resource is a simple yet thought-provoking drug awareness worksheet for students to complete after learning about the dangers of drugs and alcohol. Students will read twelve short scenarios (2-3 sentences each) and determine if the student involved has made a good or bad choice when tempted to use drugs or alcohol. They will identify good decisions and bad choices by coloring in each box.
This worksheet also works well as a
- Fast Finisher Activity
- Summarizing activity at the end of Red Ribbon Week celebrations
- Discussion Starter
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