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Understanding what is expected of us when it comes to hygiene and good manners is such an important part of growing up.
However, helping kids understand some of the social expectations when it comes to their bodies can sometimes be a challenge for both students and teachers!
Good Hygiene / Bad Manners – Classroom Activity Kit
by Stephanie Mitelman, M.A., CSE, AASECT Certified Sexuality Educator
Good Hygiene/ Bad Manners is a fun and interactive activity that helps teachers share with their students all the typical behaviors around hygiene, and what is expected of them in most social settings in public.
It lists behaviors as either “good hygiene”, or “bad manners” (for social appropriateness), or allows for some behaviors to be acceptable when “only in private”.
The game has very few words and is completely illustrated with pictures on every card, making it ideal for children with special needs such as autism.
Students and teachers alike will have fun with these examples while they learn the behaviors of good personal hygiene.
This kit is designed for an average classroom size of 30 students but can be modified to larger or smaller groups.
Duration: 15-30 minutes
Recommended Level: K- Grade 5, and students with intellectual disabilities
All playing pieces in the Print version of the kit are laminated so the game can be enjoyed by students over and over again.