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BE HEALTHY! PROPER HYGIENE TO KEEP US HEALTHY! Made especially for you by Lynn Makepeace, library dragon
GERMS Germs are invisible They live on & in our bodies Always present
WASH AWAY GERMS Some germs can harm us Important to stop them from spreading Wash your hands often!
WASH HANDS OFTEN! You leave germs on everything you touch! Dirty hands spread germs
WHEN TO WASH HANDS Before touching food or eating After going to the bathroom After doing messy or dirty work Before touching cuts After touching pets
WHEN TO WASH HANDS Skin covers your body Keeps germs out Like the peel of an orange
CLEAN & COVER BOO-BOOS Germs can get into your body through cuts Clean cuts Treat them with ointment that kills germs Protect them from germs with band aids
BRUSH AWAY GERMS Germs rot our teeth They give us bad breath! BRUSH THEM AWAY!
STOP GERMS! Certain germs can make you sick Wash hands before eating Wash hands after the restroom Dont put hands in mouth or nose Use a tissue!
DONT SHARE! Germs live on clothing Sports equipment Towels Toothbrushes Razors Food & drinks
SHOWER AFTER PLAYING Germs spread with skin to skin contact
SHOWER AFTER PLAYING If you play sports, SHOWER!
HOW DO I GET GERMS? Touching surfaces others have touched Then touching your nose, mouth, eyes, open cuts
HOW DO I GET GERMS? Droplets of moisture after someone has sneezed or coughed sneezed
HOW DO I GET GERMS? Drinking or eating after someone else Contaminated food and water
HOW DO I GET GERMS? Insects
SEE A DOCTOR If your cut doesnt heal Red, swollen, painful Pus or drainage See a doctor!
MEDICINE Sometimes doctors give us medicines They help us get better Medicines are strong, take only a little Never take medicines unless your parents give it to you
BEE HEALTHY! Eat many different kinds of food Exercise Keep active
BEE HEALTHY! Keep clean Wash hands often Using a tissue stops germs from spreading
BEE HEALTHY! Dont share food or drinks Dont share personal hygiene items Dont touch blood or other peoples injuries Wash hands often
BEE HEALTHY! Rest when sick Go to the doctor when necessary Never take medicine unless a grownup gives it to you!
BEE HEALTHY! Laugh!
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