It is that time of year again, school is in session! With all of the excitement and the newness of the year, let’s not forget how a new environment can be a breeding ground for exposure to new germs and bacteria.
Lysol wants to ensure that you have healthy habits whether at home or at school. Lysol’s Healthy Habits: Mission for Clean Hands Campaign is just the answer. Here is how you can teach Healthy Habits at home or school:
Lesson #1 Cover every cough and sneeze
Lesson #2 Wash hands with soap and water; scrub thoroughly for 20 seconds
Lesson#3 Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces
Here is an excerpt from their site:
“Lysol has partnered with the National Education Association (NEA) and the National Parent Teacher Association (PTA) to launch the Healthy Habits Tour. This unique public health initiative makes it fun and easy for students to learn how to reduce the spread of illness. “
Healthy Habits at Home
“Parents can enter the ID number on the badge to retrieve the photo and print out a Germ Defeater certificate. They can also go online to share tips and participate in other Healthy Habits programs.”
I visited the Lysol Brands booth at the #BlogHer14 Conference and the posters, lanyard/badge, booklet and stickers are items I received as a takeaway. The additional Lysol products will be reviewed in a separate post. I love this kid friendly poster and how it diagrams the proper way to wash hands in a language children can understand.
The Lysol Healthy Habits Bus was on site and I was able to tour and view the on-board computers and make my own Healthy Habits badge. (So cool) There were interactive lessons and games on the bus that allows children to experience and learn more about hand washing. You have to try the Clean Hands Germ Scanner that visually project germs on their hands. What an awesome concept Lysol!
Join their Facebook Page
” Nominate your school for a chance to win thousands of dollars in grants, a Healthy Habits Day Celebration, and a visit from the Healthy Habits Bus.”
To enter, tell us how your school or your child’s school practices healthy habits and how they plan to use the grant money.”
Attention Parents and Teachers: Lysol is also promoting their Healthy Habits Week September 22-26th. View the website here for Lesson Plans for Grades K-5.
For more information or to order products visit Lysol. Will you participate at home and in the classroom, to keep hands clean?