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Lesson 37 You Are What You Eat!
Jenny and Danny are having lunch together.
Jenny looks at Danny and notices something very strange.
What are you eating, Danny?
This is a salad, Jenny.
There are many different vegetables in it.
I know. But you don t like vegetables.
Well Jenny, vegetables are good for us.
That s true.
To tell you the truth, I decided to change my eating habits.
Yesterday evening,I ate ten donuts as usual.
My uncle said to me, "You shouldn t eat so many donuts.
It s not good for your health.
Do you know the saying: You are what you eat?"
Later that night, I had a dream.
In the dream, I became a big donut and everyone tried to eat me.
Oh no! That s awful.
Yeah! Then I woke up and I was scared.
So, I decided to eat more vegetables.
Good for you, Danny!
Lesson 38 Stay Healthy!
A lot of kids like reading, watching TV and listening to music.
That s great! We should exercise our minds.
School is great for building our minds.
But what about our bodies?
There is an old saying, "A healthy body is a healthy mind."
It s true.
Our bodies need lots of exercise and healthy food.
Did you know?
Running helps us remember information.
Walking can improve our thinking skills.
Exercise can keep our brains young.
What about healthy food?
Apples help our brains stay strong.
Eggs and fish help our brains work faster.
How can we stay healthy?
There are many ways: Eat good food!
Vegetables Fish Meat Fruits
蔬菜 鱼 肉 水果
Play sports and Exercise!
Football Volleyball Dance
足球 排球 舞蹈
Run Walk Climb
跑步 走步 登山
Lesson 39 Danny s Report
Danny is writing about Sports Day for the school newspaper.
About Sports Day
By Danny Dinosaur
Sports Day was a great success this year!
All the students and teachers from Grades 7, 8 and 9 took part in the sports events.
There were ten different events like running, long and high jumps, and ball throwing.
Everyone worked very hard, and we all got some good exercise.
There were many winners this year.
Kim, from Grade 7,won first place in four events.
Tony, from Grade 8, won first place in two events and second place in three events.
And Jack, from Grade 9, won first place in six events.
I took part in a running event.
I ran really hard, but my tail got in the way.
So I didn t win first place.
I only got third place.
I felt a little sad,
but then my teammates said,
"Good work, Danny.
Winning is not everything.
Having fun is important."
They were right! We all had lots of fun!
Thank you everyone for a great Sports Day.
Hope to see you all next year!
Lesson 40 Move Your Body
Ben and Tim are good friends.
They used to be very active together.
They walked everywhere.
They played games outdoors.
But now Ben worries about Tim.
Tim is not active any more.
He has some bad habits.
He watches too much TV and plays too many computer games.
And he is putting on weight.
Ben sends his friend a poem:
You can be a couch potato and watch TV all day.
But don t do that. There is another way!
Move your body, get out and have fun.
Fresh air, a bike ride, playing in the sun!
Tim arrives home from school.
There is a letter at his front door.
It s Ben s poem!
He reads the poem and he smiles.
He writes a poem back to his friend:
Your poem is funny, But I feel really lucky.
With a true friend on my side,
My world will be open wide.
Let s meet tomorrow at six o clock,
And we can go for a good walk.
Lesson 41: Were People Healthy Then?
It s Sunday morning.
Dena Morin and her grandfather, Mr. Morin, are fishing at the lake.
Grandpa, did people go fishing a long time ago?
Well Dena, we are First Nations people.
Our people came to Canada a long time ago.
At that time, there were no supermarkets.
Our people always went fishing and hunting for food.
Were people healthy then?
They were very healthy.
They spent a lot of time outdoors.
They worked hard.
And they ate good, natural food like fish and vegetables.
Was life hard at that time?
It was hard.
But people were healthy and happy.
After a hard day of work, people rested and played together.
In the evenings, they often made a big fire.
Some people played the drums and others danced around the fire.
They called this dance the pow-wow.
We still have pow-wow dances today.
I can t wait for the pow-wow next year!
Lesson 42 Know Yourself
This is the first step towards success.
But how? Try this!
Take a piece of paper and write down a list of your habits.
I made two lists.
There is a list of my good habits and a list of my bad habits.
I usually get up early.
I often wake up at 6:30 in the morning.
I always eat breakfast.
I brush my teeth three times a day.
I drink eight glasses of water a day.
I don t get enough exercise.
I spend too many hours watching TV.
I don t always make my bed.
I am not organized.
And my room is always a mess
Good habits lead the way to good health and success!
Look at your lists.
Are there any bad habits?
How can you change those habits?
Develop your good habits and improve yourself!
I tried it and it worked for me.
Now I watch TV only a few times a week.
I often play basketball after school.
And I keep my room clean and organized.
I still don t always make my bed, but I m working on it.