Ways to Stay Healthy at School

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Germs are everywhere, but our kids pick up these pesky little things more at school than any other place. At a young age, it’s so important to teach proper hygiene and ways to keep germs from spreading to our friends and family. To cover those preschool and kindergarten health standards, placing fun activities on how to stay healthy is a must. This germ safety free resource is perfect for any young aged classroom!

Everything You Need

This freebie bundle provides you with everything you need to have a successful health lesson on how to stay healthy. Find your favorite book to use in the mini lesson and you’re set!

Books on Germs

I have some favorite books that I want to share! For this lesson, I used Germs Make Me Sick by Melvin Berger. I love that it presents facts about germs but makes it fun to read.

Here are some more of my favorite books on how to stay healthy!

Use it in Whole Group

After we read our book, we move to a whole group lesson that everyone can enjoy! Just a few minutes, and your learners will know all the great ways to stay stay healthy from germs in the classroom.

Make a Game of It

Move the next activity into a health center while you are working with small groups. In pairs, students can sort the cards into the correct category: What is healthy and what is not healthy.

Independent Practice

Want to see if your students understand the lesson? Use this printable! Your learners can draw a picture to illustrate how they can stay healthy. Next, they describe their picture in a sentence or two!

You have a complete lesson in this one free resource! To grab this resource, just click the download button below!

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