For The Teach­ers...

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1. Cre­ate A Hand Sani­tis­ing Sta­tion MAKE sure you have a hand sani­tis­ing sta­tion in the class­room, and get stu­dents to use it be­fore play­ing or touch­ing any ma­te­ri­als. This goes for af­ter sneez­ing and cough­ing, too, as well as af­ter play­ing in the play­ground – prefer­ably af­ter wash­ing their hands first. 2. Cre­ate A Clean-Up Rou­tine

TEACH kids about the im­por­tance of clean­li­ness. Show them how to pack up and clean up, and make sure once all the kids have left that there is a clean-up rou­tine on hand – dis­in­fect­ing chairs, tables, toys, and equip­ment. 3. Get Germ-Killing Sup­plies For The Class­room

HAV­ING germ-clean­ing sup­plies in your class­room could change your class from an un­happy en­vi­ron­ment to a healthy and happy one, which is clean, germ-free and safe to be in all year round. 4. In­form Par­ents Of Con­ta­gious Viruses

IF some­one in your class has been di­ag­nosed with a con­ta­gious virus, in­form the class, and in turn the school, to avoid it spread­ing. There’s no rea­son to have 10 sick kids in­stead of one.

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