Digital Education for Students
Teaching students the importance of tick prevention and Lyme disease just got easier! This interactive curriculum provides a guided learning experience that is suitable for kids of all ages. The educational activities are easily accessible using a tablet or personal computer.
- Share the activity link with your students to access the curriculum
- Download the Teacher Guide for the Lesson Plan
Recommended for: iPad, Microsoft Surface, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Google Pixel C, or other tablet styles. Other: PC, Mac
Students will learn from age-appropriate characters about ticks and important prevention tips.
Objectives: Students should learn how to identify ticks, understand where ticks live (preferred habitat), and what to do if they find a tick.
Students will learn about ticks, tick anatomy, tick bite prevention, as well as understanding common symptoms of Lyme disease. Interactive activities that include word games, drag-and drop, and other fun quizzes will test students’ learnings throughout the activity.
Objectives: Students should learn how to identify various species of ticks, tick anatomy, tick habitats, prevention tips (tick check, dress, etc.), what to do if they find a tick, and understand symptoms of Lyme disease.
This program is designed specifically for the young adults. Students will learn about ticks, tick anatomy, prevention, identifying signs and symptoms of Lyme disease. In addition they will learn about the psychological, social and emotional impact of Lyme disease.
Special Thanks to Curriculum Sponsors
Mark and Deborah Blackman Charitable Trust
The Allan B. and Frances G. Herzog Charitable Foundation
The William H. Pitt Foundation