Here's this week's lesson, tailor-made to keep teachers and students healthy until the weather warms up and we can all get outside. The highlight of the lesson were the hands-on activities.
We paired a nonfiction book or online resource with our stories so kids could see the science behind how germs spread, too.
- Henry and Mudge and the Cold Shivers by Cynthia Rylant
- Ba-Choo! by Sarah Weeks (participatory, an annual favorite!)
- Mercer Mayer's Ah-Choo is a good one for small groups. It's a tiny book!
- You don't have to be from Texas to make use of the Texas Flu Fighters videos and resources: http://www.texasflu.org/flufighters.htm
- Frankie and Frannie Flu Fighters (short animated video, kids like the music!) for 1st grade and up: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YBGsoimPXZg
- Mythbusters shows spread: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3vw0hIs2LEg
- ELMO /Sesame Street (30 sec)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QW1yodZJpG8
- This one is an old AIMS video: the music and pacing makes the kids go wild! It's the #1 hit every year: https://vimeo.com/86755398
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- Fun foldable scrub club handango: http://www.scrubclub.org/assets/pdf/handango.pdf ---is a favorite with 3-4-5 grade.
- A whole packet of fun resources from the "ACTIVITY BOOK" (in English and Spanish!) at http://www.texasflu.org/flufighters.htm