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We Are the Scrub Club

We Are the Scrub Club Show students how to kill disease-causing organisms and thus stay healthy all year long by washing their hands (including under their fingernails) with warm soapy water. They can play the "6 Steps Game" to learn how to properly clean their hands, meet the "villains" that cause
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We Are the Scrub Club


Show students how to kill disease-causing organisms and thus stay healthy all year long by washing their hands (including under their fingernails) with warm soapy water. They can play the "6 Steps Game" to learn how to properly clean their hands, meet the "villains" that cause illness (and learn how they can combat them), and learn where harmful germs are hiding! This interactive Website provides colorful games, downloadable music, coloring pages, posters, and resources for parents and teachers wanting to teach children proper washing techniques.

NSF International

• Learning Games • Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations


• Elementary School

Amanda Barton

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