Ask, Listen, Learn’s interactive game enables middle school kids to learn about the negative consequences of underage drinking and making healthy decisions while they exercise.
Parents, teachers, and kids are all fans of Ask, Listen, Learn! According to independent research conducted by TRU in 2010, teachers and students indicate the Ask, Listen, Learn: Kids and Alcohol Don’t Mix game is effective in raising awareness and knowledge of the dangers of drinking among middle school students, and is a popular and fun way to learn, too.
The multimedia program includes an interactive game that gets kids up and moving, encouraging them to “Say ‘YES’ to a healthy lifestyle and ‘NO’ to underage drinking.”
Developed by the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility and PE4Life with interactive fitness systems pioneer, SSDLtd., the creator of XaviX, the Ask, Listen, Learn game allows the player to customize their on-screen character and choose from four, multi-level activities where they are challenged to answer questions about how alcohol affects their body, the basics of good nutrition and the impact of making healthy decisions. More than fifty questions randomly appear as kids race to school, workout in the dance studio, or challenge their friends, while raising their heart rate and increasing their fitness.