The resources below usually provide materials to help in tobacco prevention education and intervention materials for smokers or educators. These sites are typically free resources that can supplement your curriculum or help someone you know.
WHO is the World Health Organization and they have a fantastic web site. Their recent material for teaching is called Atlas. This PDF (which you could easily print or show on your computer) shows the parts of the body affected by tobacco. It also has a bubble about chemicals in cigarettes. Best of all, it's free.
Is a free app made for teens who want to quit smoking, but adults can use it too. This app takes the information you provide about your smoking history and gives you tailored tips, inspiration, and challenges to help you become smoke-free and live a healthier life.
A class game designed for 7th graders, they have to look for clues to find the billionaire. This leads them through a research journey into tobacco facts.
Family and friends play a key role in helping someone quit smoking. The American Heart Association has published this helpful tips guide for anyone that wants to help a friend or family member in this process.
Get students the facts they need to make healthy decisions. This collection of smoking-prevention lessons, printables, references, and Web resources will help students understand the harmful effects of smoking.