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What do all these pictures have in common?
Our hands help every day! What do our hands do for us?
Love your hands! Your hands help you do lots of things!
Hands dont like germs. Hands love to be clean!
How do you keep your hands happy, and keep you healthy? *Drum roll please…*
Wash your hands!
1. Wash your hands with soap and warm water 2. Wash for about 20 seconds 3. Dry your hands using a clean paper towel
Remember to wash between your fingers and on the backs of your hands!
Why do we wash? Germs! Germs are like invisible finger paint
When should we wash our hands?
Hands dont like to be sneezed on or coughed on! So what should you do when you need to cough or sneeze?
How about this?
Now you know the secret of happy hands and a healthy you!
Give yourself a hand!
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