Lessons for Hygiene

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  • Are You Ready For Extreme Weather? - … . Gather information about water quality, food safety, and sanitation and hygiene. Group 4 National Center for Environmental Health http://www.cdc … . Gather information about water quality, food safety, and sanitation and hygiene. Group 4 National Center for Environmental Health http://www.cdc …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • So Little Time - … he or she is straight. - If a person has good hygiene and no visible sores, he or she is probably H … risk for H.I.V.] - If a person has good hygiene and no visible sores, he or she is probably H …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • New Tools, New Materials - … variety of kitchen instruments and implements * Household materials * Beauty and hygiene products * Food items * Additional materials and tools as needed critical … (consider asking students to select materials thematically - food, beauty and hygiene products and substances, materials from the outdoors, etc.) to create …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Microbes 1: What's Bugging You? - … you can do to prevent foodborne illness? (Practice good personal hygiene, including washing your hands.) Assessment Assess student understanding by their … bacteria (particularly high-protein foods like milk and eggs). Personal hygiene Students should demonstrate an understanding of the importance of hand …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • T Letter Ideas - … and put together) Time (simple clock concepts / make clocks) Teeth (hygiene/ health /Sci. facts /project with vinegar and egg....... Top tall … on the lines to make bristles. Give a lesson in hygiene. Contact your area dentists ahead of time and see if …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-5
  • Safe and Sanitary Work Habits - Level I - … And Nutrition I Strand 1 Standard 3 Identify health and hygiene requirements for food handling. STEM (Science) Background For Teachers: If … department). Food poisoning is preventable by the use of good hygiene, keeping the lab sanitary and preparing, serving, and storing food …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • What Did I Touch Today? - … these germs come from (e.g., sneezing, noses, coughing, bathroom hygiene, animals, dirt, etc.)? When we touch something, the germs come … hands, coughing and sneezing away from people, and practicing good hygiene habits, but we can't control noncommunicable diseases or catch …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • Becoming "baby-friendly" in settings with high HIV prevalence - … in physical facility. Discontinue nursery. Make adjustments to improve comfort, hygiene, and safety of mother and baby. Require and arrange for … . Discontinue nursery for normal newborns. Make adjustments to improve comfort, hygiene, and safety of mother and baby. Require and arrange for …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Action! - Three Fun Ways to Get Kids Exercising - … while sitting in the waiting room. Teach them time, vocabulary, hygiene, and more. All About My Body: Care, Movement, Nutrition, and … body. Tips on familiarizing your child with exercise, healthy eating, hygiene, and more. Make a Book That Shows Off Your Child …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • Tooth Fairy Tag Game - … Tag is a great game to play during a dental hygiene unit Subject: P.E. & Health Grades: K, 1, 2 Title … a good game to play during a unit on dental hygiene. Procedure: Everyone closes their eyes. The teacher tags a person …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
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