The Modern Health Crusade; A National Program of Health Instruction in Schools Manual for Teachers, Superintendents and Health Workers

The Modern Health Crusade; A National Program of Health Instruction in Schools Manual for Teachers, Superintendents and Health Workers

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1922 edition. Excerpt: ...submitted in advance a statement of his diet for two consecutive days. and of the manner in which he spent the hours of the day. (U../tfHU. bf L Qilm.j, .. /J (Signature by ichzhosfnurse or physician) (School) (Post Office Address) (Grade) f Statements To Be Filled in By Your Teacher and Shown To Your Parents ""1_7 (o) The average weight for your height and age is HO. lbs. (b) Your weight was on An rr.. f-.. - 192ir showing that you were.!.-lbs. or.l&.% under average weight, (c) The increase in weight expected of a person of your age and height who is underweight is more than J./Tlbs. for ten weeks.--(See Table C.) Bring this record from home on the day when you are to be weighed each week, in order to have your weighs line drawn. In this column the teacher or nurse it to write consecutive numbers in the spaces from the bottom to the top, ranging from 8 pounds below the child's weight to 10 pounds above it. The weight should be taken within' two weeks before be begins the chores. Each number is written immediately above the base (bottom) line of its space. This base line indicates whole pounds: the first spur, above-the base line in each space indicates one-quarter pound additional; the second spur, one-half pound additional; and the third spur, three-quarters of a pound additional. Qodern health Qrusade J8pU of health knighthood Date Contest Began J&ljl MODERN HEALTH CRUSADERS contests between individual schools or classes over a fixed number of consecutive weeks. There are two National Tournaments in a school year, each lasting over fifteen consecutive weeks. Every elementary school class with an enrolment of not less than seven pupils is eligible to compete. Contestants are grouped in eleven divisions so that...show more

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  • Paperback | 28 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 68g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236578201
  • 9781236578204