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K-8 Grade Level Content Expectations for Health Education

The Michigan Department of Education has developed Grade Level Content Expectations (GLCE) in Health Education for K-8 with the help of 155 teachers, parents, health content experts, and others interested in the health and learning of Michigan's children.


The GLCEs were approved by the Michigan State Board of Education on February 13, 2007.

 

Kindergarten Content Expectations for Health Education

 

Grade One Content Expectations for Health Education

 

Grade Two Content Expectations for Health Education

 

Grade Three Content Expectations for Health Education

Grade Four Content Expectations for Health Education

Grade Five Content Expectations for Health Education

Grade Six Content Expectations for Health Education

Grades Seven and Eight Content Expectations for Health Education
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