Healthy Classroom

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Reinforcing Healthy Habits

You work hard to instill healthy habits at home, but it’s important to reinforce those in the classroom. With today’s kids spending an average of 30 hours per week at school, teachers and parents need to work together to establish healthy schools. We’ve developed valuable resources to help teachers and parents educate students about minimizing the spread of germs and creating clean, safe environments.

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Healthy Classrooms for Teachers

The Lysol Germ Detectives Program includes activities and lesson plans, which teaches students how their personal hygiene habits can affect their own health and the health of those around them...

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Healthy Classrooms for Parents and Guardians

We know how important your child's health is, especially during the school season when illnesses as basic as the common cold or as serious as the H1N1 flu virus can spread. Two of the most important ways to help prevent the spread of infectious germs are proper hand washing and disinfecting surfaces...

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Top 5 Germiest Places at School

Keeping your kids healthy can be tough when they are in school. Schools are hot zones for germs, and common illnesses like the cold and flu can spread quickly among kids when they are in close contact with each other. Here, Lysol® lists the top 5 germiest places at school...

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Back to School Germs

New teacher, new friends and new knowledge – the beginning of a new school year is full of possibilities, including back to school germs. Read these back to school health tips to keep your kids healthy this school year.

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Germs in Schools

With hundreds of runny noses and sticky fingers in close contact with each other, schools are hotbeds for germs. Learn how to help stop the spread of germs in schools with these tips from Lysol®...

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Clean Classroom

A clean classroom is one of the first steps to stopping the spread of germs and pathogens in schools. Read our Lysol® tips for teachers to a clean and healthy classroom...

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How to Keep Your Classroom Clean

Is your classroom tough to clean? We have some tips on how to keep your classroom clean by simply making it easier to get a deep clean and get rid of germs. Be sure to check out our other Healthy Classroom articles for more on clean and healthy schools and classrooms...

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Some Gross Habits That All Kids Have

Kids. They're still figuring out the world and things like manners and hygiene. It's up to you to keep them healthy and teach them healthy habits. Because, let's face it, kids have some gross habits. It can be difficult for kids to understand the idea of invisible germs that can make them sick, so start explaining early on why sticking their finger in their nose is a bad idea...

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Monitor Kids Coughing: Cover Up & Wash Up Tips

If you spend all day with young children you've probably been exposed to a lot of germs. It doesn't help kids to learn when they miss school and it can be tough for kids to learn when their teacher misses school too. Here are some tips for kids coughing during cold and flu season that you can use in your classroom...

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Classroom Supplies Your Kid's Teacher May Need

Some parents feel exasperated when lists come home with the kids asking for classroom supplies, but the truth is many teachers are forced to pay for some classroom supplies out of their own pocket. One way to help you child's teacher is to anticipate some of the classroom's needs...

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Messy Kids: 3 Reasons They Come Home from School Dirty

Busy parents all know the extra stress that comes with keeping messy kids looking their best – best as in, not covered in dirt, mud and who knows what else...

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