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Capitol Day, Annual Meeting, and Spring Fling03-Apr-2017

On Wednesday, May 17th, we will be gathering in the Mackinaw Room for Capitol Day 2017. It's a chance for brain injury survivors, their friends and family members, caregivers, and professionals to.. Read More...

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month02-Mar-2017

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month. Throughout this month, BIAMI has various activities, events, initiatives, and special programming across the state. A few notable events lined up include our.. Read More...

Urgent Action Need: No Repeal Without Replacement31-Jan-2017

We are asking you to contact your federal lawmakers and urge them not to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) without a comprehensive replacement plan. Congress is currently putting forth legislat.. Read More...

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BIA HOME : Activities for the Classroom

Activities for the Classroom

These materials are provided to incorporate prevention of brain injury materials into your school curriculum. Materials will be continually updated.  All resources have been put into a table. The materials are coded by Subject, Grade Level and Season. You can click on the subject title for download. All materials are listed alphabetically below.

This Chart of Prevention Materials is presented as an Excel document to aid you in easily seeing the information by Subject or Grade level to narrow down your selection to review. For Example: If you are looking for a Language Arts activity for a 2nd grade class - you can see that  “Getting in touch with your skull” is appropriate for P-K - 2nd graders and can be used for Language Arts but also Health, P.E. and Art and has all seasons (so it’s good to use all year).

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Prevention Activities

Prevention Information

For more prevention information, check out our Prevention page. The information found there can help further educate students and their parents on brain injury prevention, especially the Seasonal Safety section.