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David_Martin_3b health activity - • Rinse hands well...

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David Martin 3b: Health activity 11/27/2010 The activity I chose was to teach children how to wash their hands properly. I chose to do this activity with my 3 year old preschool class. The children will learn how to properly wash their hands and learn about how it helps the health. The materials that were needed for this activity are as followed: 3 year old students, soap, water, paper towels, and a poster I made with the steps on washing your hands. The following are the steps I provided on my poster. Wet your hands with clean running water and apply soap. Use warm water when available. Rub hands together, rub your palms, fingernails, in between your fingers, and the back of your hands. Rub your hands really well for at least 20 seconds. Sing “Happy Birthday” twice through!
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Unformatted text preview: • Rinse hands well under running water. • Dry your hands using a paper towel, use your paper towel to turn off the faucet. This activity was very successful because the students were able to watch me wash my hands properly. It was also very helpful for them to have a poster for them to see the steps. (I also had pictures with each step.) The only change I would make to this activity is have a smaller group. I had 7 children; which made it more difficult to get their full attention. Although I had a larger group than expected; I felt this activity was successful. I heard multiple children say the their parents that they knew how to wash their hands and wanted to show them....
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