VAPING PREVENTION & EDUCATION
Print & Download
In addition to vaping prevention lesson plans and classroom activities, FDA also offers free print and download materials that provide science-based information about vaping in both English and Spanish. Materials can be downloaded for immediate use, or free copies of print materials can be ordered from the Tobacco Education Resource Library.
To see the complete listing of tobacco prevention materials available from FDA, go to the Print & Download pages on the Tobacco Education Resource Library.
TALK TO KIDS ABOUT THE RISKS OF VAPING
This digital flyer is a guide for parents and educators about how to talk to teens about the dangers of vaping. The guide walks readers through alarming facts about current e⁠-⁠cigarette use among teens, provides examples of how a parent can instruct their child to say “no” when they are offered vapes, and suggests how parents can create healthy habits at home.Download
HEALTH IMPACTS OF E⁠-⁠CIGARETTES
This digital flyer informs students of the health impacts of using e⁠-⁠cigarettes. The flyer explains the physical and effects of vaping nicotine, such as lung damage, cravings, and addiction. The flyer also educates students on how to say “no” to vaping.Download
HELP YOUNG ATHLETES DEFEAT VAPING
This 24x36 poster for coaches and teachers provides tips on preventing vaping among young athletes. It is intended for display in school offices, teachers’ lounges, athletic centers, and similar locations to provide strategies and conversation⁠-⁠starters about keeping teens away from the dangers of nicotine and e⁠-⁠cigarettes.Download
VAPING AND E⁠-⁠CIGARETTES: A TOOLKIT FOR WORKING WITH YOUTH
E⁠-⁠cigarette use among youth remains a problem, and FDA’s toolkit for professionals working with youth provides stakeholders with the information they need to help educate their communities about e⁠-⁠cigarettes and their effects on youth.Download Bajar en español
STUDENT POSTER CONTEST WINNER – HIGH SCHOOL
A poster based on the winning high school design in the “Vaping’s Not My Thing” student contest. This poster was originally designed by a student and was inspired by the student’s thoughts on vaping and their interpretation of the health consequences of youth use of e⁠-⁠cigarettes.Download
STUDENT POSTER CONTEST WINNER – MIDDLE SCHOOL
A poster based on the winning middle school design in the “Vaping’s Not My Thing” student contest. This poster was originally designed by a student and was inspired by the student’s thoughts on vaping and their interpretation of the health consequences of youth use of e⁠-⁠cigarettes.Download