Lessons for Hygiene

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  • Open Wide: Brush Inside - … Subject - Health / Physical Education Grade Level - K-3 Rationale: Dental hygiene is extremely important in younger grades. It is important to … Objectives:Cognitive: At the end of the lesson on tooth hygiene, students should recognize the health benefits of keeping their mouth … teacher.Affective: At the end of the lesson on tooth hygiene, students will rate their opinion of the activities done during …
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  • Personal Hygiene - … are going through many changes developmentally. This lesson discusses personal hygiene and helps them to understand that they are responsible for … own bodies. Objectives: Students will recognize the importance of personal hygiene and grooming Students will use problem-solving skills to make … they have to work at it. Ask students what personal hygiene is. List the examples they give on the board. List …
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  • Tippy Tap Plus Piping - … with wastewater, which has the potential to spread disease. Personal hygiene [such as bathing and hand washing] is limited, which also … instructions) http://www.cdc.gov/safewater/publications_pages/tippy-tap.pdf Hygiene Challenges and Resources in Less Developed Countries. Last updated December … Prevention. Accessed December 16, 2010. http://www.cdc.gov/healthywater/hygiene/ldc/hygiene_challenges.html Home FAQs Policies Contact Us Sponsors Admin …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • "Hydro-Technology" Mini-Unit - … it is needed for drinking, the rest for sanitation and hygiene (40 percent), bathing (30 percent), and cooking (20 percent). In … -- for the following purposes: drinking, bathing, cooking, and sanitation and hygiene. 3:: Define and/or describe the meaning of the term … affects 6 million people and is associated with poor personal hygiene, often resulting from a dearth of water. Every person, every …
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  • Exploring Dental Hygiene - … , Keeling April, 1999 1st-3rd grade Exploring Dental Hygiene Objectives: Academic: read about dental hygiene; identify parts of a tooth and vocabulary … Search menu, type in Kilmer Left click on Exploring Dental Hygiene Read and follow directions at the top of the screen … screen Assessment: Successful opening of the Track Star-Exploring Dental Hygiene Successful printing of the tooth diagram, brush chart, and dot …
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  • Soap Smart, Healthy Fun - … on doctor visits and $2 billion on treatments). Poor personal hygiene is the second leading cause of food-borne illnesses. In … . • Describe the correct hand washing procedure. • Differentiate between good hygiene and poor hygiene. • Explain the historical development of soap. • Articulate why the … that their hands can spread disease. (Coughing, sneezing, poor restroom hygiene, food to hand contamination, shaking hands, etc). List answers on …
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  • Author Study - Tomie de Paola - … relationships. * BrainPop and BrainPop Jr. Day 3 * Inexpensive supplies for hygiene store (toothbrushes, hairbrushes, wash clothes or poufs, fun soap, etc … Begin the lesson by talking to students about basic hygiene especially, good oral hygiene. Pair up with the school nurse or invite … . Create a store for students with basic, inexpensive, and fun hygiene products like toothbrushes, fun colorful soap, bubble bath, wash clothes …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • Disease and Epidemics - Social Studies Lessons - … knowledge of some basic historical facts regarding medical science and hygiene will be tested. The Historical 1. Create a biographical Weeks … officials in cities discussion. had to somehow communicate good health/hygiene practices to people in order to avoid the spread of … to 2. Act out their communicate good commercial using the hygiene/health dialogue they have practices to the developed as well …
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  • Reasons Diseases become Epidemic - … result of a.) Human/animal contact and b.) Poor human hygiene habits. 5. Ask students How do diseases become Epidemic? Epidemics … students to share their ideas here. Answers should include: bad hygiene habits, poor sewage systems, ignorance of treatment, and new human … . the poor because they can't afford luxuries that help hygiene, b. the poor because they live in areas with poor …
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  • Open Wide and Trek Inside - Lesson 4 - … is very important to prevent tooth decay through good oral hygiene, healthy diets, and the use of fluorides and sealants (see … what they eat and drink and by brushing through oral hygiene practices, they can greatly reduce (or eliminate) their risk for … mouth. In Lesson 5, students will dramatize how good oral hygiene can control the growth of oral bacteria and reduce the …
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