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Scrub Club

Kids learn how to keep themselves clean, kill bacteria, and stay healthy all year long by washing their hands and under fingernails with warm soapy water. Then they can enjoy the "6 Steps Game," meet the "villains" that cause illness
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Kids learn how to keep themselves clean, kill bacteria, and stay healthy all year long by washing their hands and under fingernails with warm soapy water. Then they can enjoy the "6 Steps Game," meet the "villains" that cause illness (and learn how to combat them), and discover where harmful germs are hiding. Downloads for teachers include Teacher's Guide, Do You Have the Cleanest Classroom?, Handango Clean Hands Activity and more.

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