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Clean Hands Germs Free Hands.Lesson objectives:1) Learn about germs and how germs makes them sick.2)Learn words associated with hand washing and cleanliness.3)Learn 5 steps on basic hand washing routine.4)Learn 8 steps for washing hand thoroughly clean.5)Learn when to wash their hands.6)Learn terms ‘First” and ‘Then’.7)Learn song on hand washing skills.8)Learn short story and activity on keeping germs away.9)Learn about different type of soaps.10)Learn about different ways to drying hands.

Clean Hands Germs Free Hands.Germs are tiny. I can’t see them.But I can be GERM BUSTER .

Clean Hands Germs Free Hands.What are germs?Germs are tiny bacteria or viruses.Germs can’t be seen with naked eyes.Germs are infectious.Germs makes me sick.

Clean Hands Germs Free Hands.What are germs?I fall sick when:forget to wash hands beforeeating.forget to wash hand aftertoileting.touch dirty hands to my nose,mouth and broken skin.

Clean Hands Germs Free Hands.I can be healthy. I must wash hands with soap and warm water.always wipe hand dry after washing.always keep hand clean and germs free.CLEAN HANDs are HAPPY HANDS.

Clean Hands Germs Free Hands.5 easy steps to be a germ buster.21 Wet handApply soap3Scrub handsRinse hands5 Dry hands

Clean Hands Germs Free Hands.8 steps of washing hands clean.

Clean Hands Germs Free Hands.Song on washing hand.(tune of Row Row Row Your Boat)Wash wash wash your handsMake them nice and cleanScrub the bottomsand the topsAnd fingers in between.

Clean Hands Germs Free Hands.Song on washing hand.(tune Frere Jacques)Tops and bottomsTops and bottomsIn betweenIn betweenAll round your handsAll round your handsNow they’re cleanNow they’re clean.

Clean Hands Germs Free Hands.When to wash hands ?First:Before eating or handling food.Then:

Clean Hands Germs Free Hands.When to wash hands ?First:After playing at playground.Then:

Clean Hands Germs Free Hands.When to wash hands ?First:After using the toilet.Then:

Clean Hands Germs Free Hands.When to wash hands ?First:After touching pets or other animals.Then:

Clean Hands Germs Free Hands.When to wash hands ? After blowing my nose, coughing or sneezingFirst:Then:

Clean Hands Germs Free Hands.When to wash hands ?First:After handling rubbish.Then:

Clean Hands Germs Free Hands.Different types of hand washing soaps.Liquid soapSoap bar

Clean Hands Germs Free Hands.liquid soap dispenserAuto dispenserPress on dispenser

Clean Hands Germs Free Hands.Drying my hands.I can use:Hot air dryerpaper toweltowel

Clean Hands Germs Free Hands.Objectives: Literacy: Read the book Germs Are Not for Sharing! by Elizabeth Verdick.Children will learn about the importance of using soap and water to kill germs.Activity:Discuss the book with children. Talk about all the different ways thatgerms can be spread. Have children sit in a large circle. Pretend tosneeze in your hand and spray some cooking spray on your hand.Sprinkle some glitter on your hand. Ask children to pretend that thespecks of glitter are germs.Then, shake a child's hand and have the child look at their hand. Say"Look, she got my germs." Then have that child shake someone else'shand, and so on. Choose one child to wash but not dry his/her hands,Then have that child show the other children his/her hands (not allglitter should be gone yet).Next, have the child dry his/her hands with a paper towel and showthe other children again. Explain that correct handwashing is importantto get rid of germs that can make us sick. Clean happy hand&source lnms&tbm isch&sa X&ved 0ahUKEwigvbT05uTSAhUJNJQKHf6HA8oQ AUICCgB&biw 1920&bih 1108#tbm isch&q wash hand beforeeating food clipart&*&imgdii YDiYUrt56ySpNM:&imgrc t.jpg

Scrub the bottoms and the tops And fingersin between. Song on washing hand. Clean Hands Germs Free Hands. Song on washing hand. (tune Frere Jacques) Tops and bottoms Tops and bottoms . Discuss the book with children. Talk about all the different ways that germs can be spread. Have children sit in a large circle. Pretend to

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