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SIMPLE WAYS TO KEEP KIDS
HEALTHY ALL YEAR LONG
PLUS 4 Fun Hygiene
Learning Activities
Let’s Learn and Play
To Keep Germs at Bay
When the cold or flu strikes, it can be a nuisance to the whole family, spreading
from one family member to another, until it’s gone through the entire house. Nine
times out of ten, it’s our kids who bring home those pesky germs and start the
domino effect.
To keep germs from hitching a ride on your kids, we’ve come up with 4 key lessons
and activities for a better clean. The best defense is a good offense!
TEACHING KIDS HOW TO
BLOW THEIR NOSES
NOSE
Nose Blowing Activity
TEACHING KIDS HOW TO
WASH THEIR HANDS
HANDS
Hand Washing Activity
TEACHING KIDS HOW TO
COUGH & SNEEZE
Mouth Covering Activity
TEACHING KIDS HOW TO
WIPE THEIR BOTTOMS
Bottom Wiping Activity
MOUTH
BOTTOM
Teaching Kids
How To Blow Their Noses
NOSE
Whether your child has a cold, the flu or is suffering from allergies, teaching
your child how to put their boogies in a Boogie Wipe is key to preventing
the spread of germs. You’ll no longer be chasing runny noses, and you’ll have
the ability to clear out all that mucus for your kids.
Nose Blowing
Activity
Often taken for granted by grown ups, nose blowing can be a
pretty confusing request for little ones. Here is a simple and
fun activity to help your child learn how to blow their nose.
Set up a simple racetrack on your kitchen table.
Create a start and finish line using tape.
Line up two lightweight objects like a sequin,
the corner of a piece of paper or a feather.
Have your child position their face level with the table; you
do the same; and then race to see who can blow their
object across the finish line, using only your noses.
Click here for fun nose-blowing
activities and information.
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Teaching Kids
How to Wash Their Hands HANDS
Of course, the very best way to keep germs away is to wash your hands. You can
make this critical step a habit by creating a healthy and happy hand-washing
routine at home. Empower your kids with the knowledge that washing their
hands on a frequent basis keeps germs away and helps your entire family stay healthy throughout the
year. Each time they use the bathroom is an opportunity to practice their improved skills in hand
washing. Follow this next activity to sharpen their skills.
Hand Washing
Activity
Shake some glitter into your
child’s hands.
Ask them to imagine the
glitter is germs. See if they
rinse off with only water.
Now show them how hand soap works
better to remove glitter. Explain that it
works the same for germs
that they cannot see.
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hand-washing activities.
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FOR SECOND CHANCE EMPLOYEES
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Teaching Kids
How To Cough & Sneeze
MOUTH
Wouldn’t it be nice if we lived in a world with no germs? Sadly, that will never be
the case. Studies show germs last on your hands much longer than previously
thought and everything you touch afterwards can also become infected,
including door handles, desktops, smartphones and iPads. Teach your kids to cough and sneeze in their
elbows instead of their hands, and you will drastically reduce the amount of germs they have on their hands.
Cough & Sneeze
Activity
Take your kids outside and put some
flour in their hands.
Tell them to fake cough or sneeze
or even blow on their hands.
See how far the flour travels?
Germs do exactly the same