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This unit incorporates activities to help support and teach procedures about health, safety and hygiene. It is best suited for grades 3 to 7 and ESL.
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*Safety Cards: whole-class or group activity to discuss safety issues related to work, home, and school activities. Students will receive one card and then write notes on what they think the person should be careful of.
*Hygiene Issues Cards: whole-class or group activity to discuss safety issues related to work, home, and school activities. Students will receive one card and then write notes on what they think the person should be careful of.
*Introduction to public safety: poster and comprehension questions to accompany the poster – whole group or class activity.
*Basic ergonomics for school or the office. A poster on how to lift heavy boxes and activities to go with the poster.
*Basic ergonomics at home. An activity to discuss dangerous things found in the kitchen.
*How to use a fire extinguisher: step by step instructions and questions to follow. Simpsons Poster of ergonomics.
*News Article: the health benefits of beetroot. A news article which helps activate students’ learning about the health benefits of beetroot.
*Hygiene interactive foldable. Students cut out the foldable and paste it in their books and write ways in which they can be hygienic.
*How healthy are you quiz. Students fill in the questions with a yes or no then discuss it with the class.
*How healthy am I? Foldable/interactive activity, students create a foldable to paste in their workbooks and fill it up with future plans on how to address health concerns.