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  1.   Good Hygiene
Shower, Brushing, Hair, Flossing, Bathing, Wash Hands, Mouthwash, Deodorant, Shampoo, Clean Clothes
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  2.   Hair Care
Natural, Relaxed, Permed, Straight, Curly, Wavy, Cut, Curl, Blow Dryer, Hot Press
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  3.   Nappy Changing
Nappy, Cream, Poo, Baby, Mat, Changing, Rash, Clean, Wash, Powder
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Additional Lessons 1 - 10 of 288 for Hygiene
  1.   Hygiene Potato Graphs
Hygiene Potato Graphs Summary: Students will discuss the importance of hygiene. They will conduct a science experiment with potatoes. Students will graph the results of their study. Main Curriculum Tie: Health Education - 3rd Grade Standard 4 Objective 3 Demonstrate proper personal hygiene and universal precaution...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  2.   "Cruisin' the Caribbean"
...omic status -Employment -Living conditions -Architecture Travel Guide -Tourist Attractions -Currency/Travelers Checks -Restaurants -Airfare -Hotel Accommodations -Public Transportation -Passport Information -Postal Service -Recreational Activities -Luggage Weight Limit -Customs -Hospitals -Personal Hygiene and Safety (Immunizations/Drinking Water/Etc.) -Car Rental -Electricity Systems (Adapters) -Metric System Information will be gathered throughout the next two weeks. All information should be summarized in the 3-4 page typed report. A class presentation is also required which may be in the form of: -Power...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  3.   Fist Bumps More Hygienic Than Handshakes
A new(ish) and alternative form of greeting and showing respect has been found to be more hygienic than shaking hands. We have all seen it on TV. Basketball and baseball players do it after a teammate scores. Rock stars and actors do it onstage at awards ceremonies. Even U.S. President Barack Obama does it. What is it? Well, it's fist bumping. It's kind of like a high five, except the hand is clenched...
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    Grade Level: ESL

  4.   Health and Nutrition 75.04 - Recognize and apply practices relating to personal hygiene and grooming.
ADULT ESOL LESSON PLAN ESOL LEVEL 5 ESOL COMPETENCIES:75.0 Health and Nutrition 75.04 - Recognize and apply practices relating to personal hygiene and grooming. Cultural Focus: Nutritional information is important in maintaining a good diet and having good health. Classroom Procedure: 1. Elicit/list vocabulary words associated with nutrition and good health. 2. Have students bring a few cans of food to class so that the students may study and compare...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  5.   Food Safety Lab - Part 3 Cross Contamination and Hygiene
Cross Contamination and Hygiene Food Safety Lab - Part 3 Cross Contamination and Hygiene Purpose To learn about the effect of cross contamination and the importance of hygiene in kitchens and other facilities where food is prepared. Overview This activity is divided into 2 parts. In the first part, students will observe the effect of cro...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  6.   Body Changes and Hygiene: Boys
Healthy B.A.S.I.C.S. Lesson Plan Body Changes and Hygiene Boys OBJECTIVES: s Boys will de?ne hygiene and puberty (adolescent body changes). s Boys will list two (2) reasons for good hygiene. s Boys will list two (2) common feelings associated with puberty. s Boys will describe two (2) body changes that occur with puberty. TIME FRAME: s 30–45 minutes, longer with...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  7.   Health, Hygiene, Sanitation and Privacy
...y have changed, so have ideas about bathing, shampooing hair, and brushing teeth. Some of us believe that to maintain good health it is absolutely necessary to bath daily, change our clothes each day, brush our teeth twice a day, and shampoo our hair every day. In late 20th century America personal hygiene has become very important. Earlier, when obtaining food and shelter occupied a large part of our daily routine, personal hygiene was quite secondary. Whereas until recently hygiene was of less concern, certain important changes have increased life expectancy, decreased infant mortality, and drastically red...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  8.   Exploring Dental Hygiene
Internet Lesson Plan Kilmer, Keeling April, 1999 1st-3rd grade Exploring Dental Hygiene Objectives: Academic: read about dental hygiene; identify parts of a tooth and vocabulary; print a brushing chart; connect a dot to dot Technological: TSW start up the computer; open up Netscape Communicator and a web site; utilize the alpha keyboard and shift key; scroll using the mouse; use the print Pre...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  9.   Personal Hygiene
Title - Personal Hygiene By - Robin Sumner Primary Subject - Health / Physical Education Grade Level - 3 Description: Third grade students are going through many changes developmentally. This lesson discusses personal hygiene and helps them to understand that they are responsible for taking care of their own bodies. Objectives: St...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  10.   Dental Hygiene: Homemade Toothpaste
Title - Dental Hygiene: Homemade Toothpaste By - Lisa Beattie Primary Subject - Health / Physical Education Grade Level - K-1 Lesson: Importance of dental hygiene Standard: 2.1 - All students will learn health promotion and disease prevention concepts and health enhancing behaviors. Indicator: Describe a healthy child and identi...
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    Grade Level: K-2


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