The portable Karnival games are easy-to-assemble, fast-moving kids’ portable tobacco prevention games.
9 fun, tactile, tobacco prevention and control teaching tools for up to 30 children in grades 1-8. Multiple sets of the Karnival can be provided for large group events.
Karnival Games for elementary students include:
- Gummy Bear Bingo
- Toxic Soup
- Life Span
- Disease Toss
- Race to Live
Games for middle and high school students:
- Decisions Decisions
- Tobacco’s Oozing Truth
- Street Smart
Not On Tobacco (N-O-T)
Not On Tobacco (N-O-T) is a community and school-based program to help teens quit using tobacco.
- The program addresses healthy lifestyle behaviors which include tobacco cessation, nutrition, and exercise
- N-O-T incorporates life management skills to help teens deal with stress decision-making and peer and family relationships.
- N-O-T enables participants to overcome their tobacco addiction in a safe, trusting and nonjudgmental environment.
- The research-based program is provided by facilitators who have been trained by the American Lung Association.
Teens Against Tobacco Use (T.A.T.U.)
Teens Against Tobacco Use (T.A.T.U.) is a tobacco education program that is designed specifically for teens as a peer-mentoring program. T.A.T.U.’s purpose is simple: to use trained teens as educators, teaching their peers and younger children to stay tobacco-free. It’s all about EMPOWERMENT
T.A.T.U. helps teens develop skills in teaching, leadership, and community advocacy, and also provides participants with the opportunity to accumulate community service hours.
Staying Tobacco Free Pays Off – With Money For College!!
SCHOLARSHIPS DUE: MAY 1, 2018
Delaware Seniors! If you plan on enrolling full-time at any undergraduate two- or four-year college, university or vocational-technical school in the U.S., you’re eligible for the Kick Butts Generation Scholarship.
The scholarship consists up to $2,000 award, available to
Delaware seniors who are going on to higher education.
The scholarships are awarded based on the following criteria:
- Community volunteer service hours
- A short essay on volunteer service in tobacco control
- Volunteer leadership awards and honors
- Appraisal forms from volunteer supervisors and leaders
- A high school GPA of 2.0 or higher