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In an effort to eliminate childhood lead poisoning and reduce the spread of illnesses, the Lead and Healthy Homes Program has a fun and educational hand washing curriculum for students ages 3-8.
With the help of mascot Rinsey the Raccoon, the 30 minute curriculum includes:
An interactive story book on the 5-steps of hand washing (soap and water, bubbles, 20 second rule, rinse, and dry)
A sing along as students pretend to wash their hands for the appropriate amount of time
An interactive activity where students must help Rinsey wash his hands the right way by putting the steps in order
At the end of the program, students will receive an activity book with stickers to take home.
Teachers will receive free posters to place in bathrooms with Rinsey reminding students of the 5-steps.
Wash Your Hands With Rinsey is a program funded by the New Jersey Department of Health created to help children learn proper hand washing techniques while educating them on the importance of washing.
On this website, you'll find Wash Your Hands With Rinsey in the following formats:
To schedule or for more information, please contact Kelly McLaughlin at (856) 675-5307 or email@example.com
If you would like a representative from our program to virtually visit your classroom via Zoom, Microsoft Teams, or other web conferencing platforms, please request a free session!
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