After School Activities

Too Good for Drugs & Violence After-School Activities is an extension of the Too Good evidence-based prevention education programs for the after-school setting. Through a variety of positive, age-appropriate activities including games, stories, and songs, the program reinforces basic prevention concepts including decision making, goal setting, and conflict resolution among others. The activities are divided by age groups to sustain the children's interest and correspond to their development level.

Item# Q5555

$425.95


After School Activities

The Too Good toolkit includes everything you need to teach the lessons:

  • Teacher’s Manual
  • 5 Music CDs
  • Carmen The Cool Cat & Wagner the Peace-Able Pup Puppets
  • Mac's Choice and Carmen & Wagner Make Friends Picture Books
  • Bully on the Bus Book
  • Make A Friend Poster
  • Goal Boosters Poster
  • Game for Good Health Game Boards, set of 10
  • Aim for the Stars Poster
  • Sandwich Approach to Criticism Poster
  • Feelings Flash Cards
  • Work Together to Work Things Out Poster
  • Bully Cards
  • I-Message Bone and Paws
  • The ART of Taking Criticism Poster
  • Chill Poster
  • My Child is Too Good for Drugs Bumper Sticker Pack of 25
  • Bridge Building Cards
  • How to Handle Frustration Cards
  • A Winning Solution Jigsaw Puzzles, set of 8
  • Too Good Fly Swatter
  • A Peace-Able Place Globe

Curriculum features include:

  • 60 research based activities conveniently presented in a three-ring binder, making them easy to use and enjoyable to teach.
  • Interactive lessons beginning with clearly-stated, measurable objectives and a list of materials needed to teach the lesson.
  • A parent component, "Home Workout: Exercises for Parents and Kids," to extend prevention skills and messages into the home.
  • A "Looking for More?" section with suggestions for infusion, recommended reading, and additional activities for reinforcing important concepts and skills.
  • Assessment materials to measure program effectiveness, fidelity of implementation, and student knowledge.
  • Too Good for Drugs logic model including the program's theory of change and the proven strategies incorporated into the lessons.
  • Strategies and methods to build family and school connectedness to reinforce the healthy social and emotional development of the students.

Understanding the Logic Model

The Mendez Foundation developed Logic Models for Too Good to map out the Theory of Change and demonstrate graphically the assumptions that drive the learning and behavior change in Too Good. The logic model communicates an "if-then" message of what changes the program intends to produce. It helps to make the connections among the target group, goals, strategies, objectives and planned program results and lays out what the program is expected to achieve and how it is expected to work.

View Logic Model

Research Design

Each of the Too Good evaluation studies were conducted by third-party researchers and used randomized treatment-control group designs (pre-test/post-test, 20-week post-test, or one-year follow-up). The Researchers examined pre-test equivalence between treatment and control groups; potential bias of loss of student data over time; quality of program implementation; and estimates of reliability and validity of assessment tools.

The award-winning Too Good programs have undergone rigorous, independent evaluation studies to measure their effects on students' skills, attitudes, intentions, and behaviors. Studies have been published in peer-reviewed journals and presented at national evaluation conferences. These studies demonstrate the effectiveness of Too Good.

Evaluation Studies

2000 Summary 2000 Full Report 2003 Summary 2003 Full Report

2007 Summary 2007 Full Report   2013 Summary

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