It is important that children learn to wash their hands for 20 seconds with soap frequently. At school we have been washing our hands everytime we come in from outside (including first thing in the morning), before and after eating and at other points during the day too. We will e making sure the children understand why they are having to wash their hands today and the relation to all germs (not just coronavirus).
When children come back to school they will be washing their hands frequently.
Some of the things we will do today include finding 20 seconds of a song we like to wash our hands too - Happy Birthday works but we want to sing other songs! What Nursery rhymes can be sung for 20 seconds whilst we wash our hands? What choruses from pop songs?
We will also do some science activities to look at how germs are spread.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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