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Discover ways to help keep your students happy and healthy!
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It’s never too early
                                                          to learn about
                                                          healthy habits!

                                                                                     © 2014 Reckitt Benckiser (Canada) Inc.

• Proper hand washing and disinfecting commonly used
  surfaces are key to the Lysol® Healthy Habits program
• Lysol®, in partnership with the Canadian Institute of
  Child Health, has helped to educate more than 370,000
  children across Canada about hand washing and
  healthy habits

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Teacher’s Guide
                        Table of Contents
Introduction

Welcome to the Lysol® Germ Detectives Program! -------------------------------- 4
                                                                                  4
Suggested Timeline ----------------------------------------------------------------
How the Lysol® Germ Detectives Program Works --------------------------------- 5
Program Materials -------------------------------------------------------------- 5
Curriculum Integration ---------------------------------------------------------- 6
Learn More About Germs ------------------------------------------------------- 7
Staying Healthy At School ------------------------------------------------------- 8

Hand Washing

Lesson One: Become a Germ Detective --------------------------------------------9
Lesson Two: Sparkles ------------------------------------------------------------ 10
Lesson Three: Washroom Investigation ---------------------------------------------11
Lesson Four: The Germ Mobile --------------------------------------------------- 12

Surface Hygiene

                                                                                 13
Lesson Five: Where the Germs Are -------------------------------------------------
Lesson Six: Hot and Cold ----------------------------------------------------------14
Lesson Seven: Detect the Bad Guys -----------------------------------------------15
Lesson Eight: Crafty Cleaners -----------------------------------------------------16

Program Wrap-Up -------------------------------------------------------------- 17
Certificate of Program Completion ------------------------------------------------ 18
Classroom Contest --------------------------------------------------------------- 20
A COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAM GUIDE AND LESSON PLANS ON THE IMPORTANCE OF SURFACE HYGIENE AND HAND WASHING - Discover ways to help keep your students ...
Welcome to the Lysol® Germ Detectives Program!
Lysol® knows the importance of instilling good hygiene habits from an early age. That’s why, in 2011 with
the goal to help educate young students across Canada about hand and surface hygiene, we created
the Lysol® Germ Detectives school program. Over the last 3 years, over 3,750 schools across Canada
participated in the Germ Detectives program. This year Lysol®, with its program partner, the Canadian
Institute of Child Health (CICH), is extending its reach even further. Thousands more schools nationwide
will participate in the 2014 Germ Detectives program. This way, we can help ensure that the important
lesson about hand washing and surface hygiene will be delivered to students, teachers, and families
across Canada.

The spread of infectious bacteria and viruses is responsible for causing and spreading illnesses as
basic as the common cold and as serious as SARS or the H1N1 flu virus. Proper hand washing is
proven to be one of the most important tools to help prevent the spread of infectious germs. It is
also important that commonly touched surfaces are cleaned and disinfected regularly.

Kids don’t only want to learn about health though; they want to have fun too! This is why the Lysol®
Germ Detectives program is filled with educational activities and fun games that will teach valuable
lessons about personal hygiene. Participating in this program will help make classrooms a healthier
place to be, students happier and hopefully result in fewer school days missed. So let’s get started!

Suggested Program Timeline
Use the following schedule to help keep you on track during the Lysol® Germ Detectives program.
Don’t forget: we must receive your submission for the classroom contest by December 12, 2014.
It is recommended that you complete the Lessons and Missions before then.

   Week Number        Suggested Action
    1		              • Receive and familiarize yourself with the program materials
		                   • Lesson One: Become a Germ Detective.
		                   • Send home the Parent Information Inserts (in Student Activity Books).
   2		               • Lesson Two: Sparkles

                                                                                                       Classroom
   3		               • Lesson Three: Washroom Investigation
   4		               • Lesson Four: The Germ Mobile
                                                                                                        Contest
   5		               • Lesson Five: Where the Germs Are
		                   • Lesson Six: Hot and Cold                                                        See the back
                                                                                                  cover for details on the
   6		               • Lesson Seven: Detect the Bad Guys                                         Lysol® Germ Detectives
   7		               • Lesson Eight: Crafty Cleaners                                              Contest. You could win
   8		               • As a class discuss what everyone learned and fill out the
                                                                                                     $1,000 in school
                                                                                                         supplies!
		                    contest submission form on the back cover of this guide.
                     • We must receive your Classroom Contest submission by December 12, 2014.
   9		               • Refer to page 17 of this guide for program wrap-up information.

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How the Lysol® Germ Detectives Program Works
The Lysol® Germ Detectives program includes activities, lesson plans and a website, which work
together to teach students how their personal hygiene habits can affect their own health and the
health of those around them.

Healthy kids are happier kids, so keep your students healthy and happy with the Lysol® Germ
Detectives program!

Program Materials
Teacher’s Guide
Read through this guide to get familiar with the lesson plans, the flow and the benefits of this
program.

Student Activity Books
The Student Activity Books are filled with Missions that connect directly to a lesson plan in this guide.
These Missions will emphasize various educational elements including the development of fine motor
skills, problem solving, creative thinking, comprehension, reading, writing and more.

Lysol® Germ Detectives Badges
Introduce these at the beginning of the program (Lesson One) to make your students’ detective
status official!

Germ Sticker Sheets
Use your Germ Sticker Sheets to carry out the suggested activities in Lessons Four and Seven in this
guide.

Parent Information Insert
This can be found inside the Student Activity Booklet. Send this home with students on the first
day of the Germ Detectives program to provide parents with program details and Savings.

Class Poster
Hang this on the classroom wall at the beginning of the program and go over the steps to proper
hand washing with your students during Lesson Three in this guide.

Website
www.lysol.ca/healthyhabits is your online resource for additional game and activity ideas,
frequently asked questions about the program, printable versions of the provided materials

                                                                                                            5
and details about parent involvement.

                                                    5
Curriculum Integration
The Lysol® Germ Detectives program will complement the elementary health curriculum with
activities and lesson plans that also fulfill social studies, math, science and language arts requirements.
Find out how:

Health
The Lysol® Germ Detectives program teaches students about:
- Personal hygiene
- The importance of surface cleanliness and hand washing
- How illness spreads and how it can be prevented

By participating in the Lysol® Germ Detectives program, students will learn about their own health and
how their habits can affect the health of others in their classroom, school and at home.

Math and Science
Activities using logic and reasoning throughout the Lysol® Germ Detectives program will complement
the elementary science and math curricula. Such activities include basic counting and sequential
problems as well as in-class demonstrations requiring basic hypothesizing and experimentation.

Language Arts
By reading the instructions along with their teacher and completing the Missions in their Student Acivity
Books, students will either begin to recognize common words and/or enhance their reading and writing
capabilities.

Social Studies
The group format of this program will help students to determine how health and hygiene affects them,
their school and their household. This will reinforce each student’s understanding of the ‘bigger picture’
and how personal care plays a role in the world around them.

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Learn More About Germs!*
Read through these germ facts to prepare yourself for the lessons ahead. Incorporate any of these
interesting tidbits into the lessons or activities as you go!

Germ Facts:

       • There are different kinds of common germs:

		o Bacteria
		o Viruses
		 o Fungi (moulds and mildews)

       • Many dangerous epidemics have been caused by germs:

		              o E-coli outbreaks (Escherichia coli), caused by bacteria
		              o SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome)
		              o The H1N1 flu virus

       • Germs live almost anywhere: in soil, air, water, food, animals, plants and on surfaces. People
       have germs too.

       • Germs thrive in moist conditions. In some instances, they can live on surfaces for hours and
       even days.

       • Viruses are challenging germs. Unlike bacteria or mould/mildew, which are capable of
       growing on their own, viruses need a host to infect in order to reproduce. It is through this
       process that viruses cause disease.

       • In many cases, it only requires one virus particle to make someone sick.

Germs can spread in many different ways:

       • Indirect contact from touching contaminated surfaces such as counter tops, desks, toys,
       doorknobs and railings.
       • Direct contact such as touching the hand of someone who is sick.
       • Through the air when someone coughs or sneezes.
       • Through contact with animals, from a bite or scratch.
       • Through contaminated food and water.

 *Source: www.lysol.ca/en/healthy-families

                                                  7
Staying Healthy at School
Now that we know about the different kinds of germs and the risks involved in being exposed to them,
let’s talk about staying healthy. This can be a challenge at school sometimes because there are so
many people in one place. Even though germs can live almost anywhere, there are a number of ways
to protect yourself from getting sick.

       • The best thing to do to prevent the spread of germs is to encourage students to stay
       home when they are not feeling well. If you bring infectious cough, cold or flu germs
       into a group setting, you are more likely to infect others.

       • You can’t always stay home and sometimes you can spread germs before you even
       know that you’re sick. The second best way to prevent the spread of germs is to
       regularly and carefully wash your hands with warm water and soap.

       • Disinfecting surfaces is also an important step to keep germs from spreading.
       Germs are invisible, so just because a surface looks clean, doesn’t mean it actually is
       clean.

Did you know...
       • Viruses are about 1/100th (one hundredth) of the size of bacteria or mould/mildew?

       • According to the Public Health Agency of Canada, flu germs can live on surfaces for up
       to 48 hours?

       • Cleaning and disinfecting are not the same thing? While a surface may look clean,
       it can contain many infectious germs. You need to disinfect to remove germs ( i.e.
       cleaning removes germs from surfaces, whereas disinfecting actually destroys them).

       • When washing hands, soap binds the germs on your hands together and water rinses
       them away?

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HAND WASHING

                    Lesson One: Become a Germ Detective!

 Objective
Get students excited about the Lysol® Germ Detectives program, help them understand what germs are and how
they can make us sick.

 Materials
        • Lysol® Germ Detectives Badges 		                        • Student Activity Book

 Method
1. Ask the students to put their Lysol® Germ Detectives Badges on.

2. Introduce them to Kyle and Lola on the inside cover of their Student Activity Books. Explain that together,
they’ll be doing Germ Detective Missions over the next few weeks

3. Now, use the germ facts found on page seven and eight of this guide as well as the ones below, to teach your
students about germs.

        a. Germs are a type of microbe, which is something so small that we can’t even see it!

        b. Microbes are everywhere. Some are good for us; some are harmless; and others can make us sick.

        c. They make us sick by entering our bodies through our eyes, nose or mouth.

        d. Bad microbes or germs can include viruses (cold and flu germs for example), bacteria (like E-coli)
           or fungi (mould and mildew).

        e. The best place for germs to grow and multiply is somewhere warm and damp.

        f. Germs can’t move independently but when we sneeze or cough, germs can travel at a speed of
           120 km/hour.

        g. Germs can be found almost anywhere, especially on our hands and on commonly touched surfaces.

4. Complete Mission One: The Ultimate Germ Detectives Quiz with your class (see answers below).

    At-Home Activity                                                                                  REMINDER:
                                                                                                     Ask students to
                                                                                                   return the activity
  Mission Two: Blank Out - Ask students to complete this Mission
                                                                                                  with parent/guardian
  at home as a reminder to wash their hands often.                                                      signature.

  MISSION ONE: QUIZ ANSWER KEY 1) A - with hands touching 2) B - as fast as a car drives on a highway
  3) C - through our eyes, nose or mouth 4) B - washing our hands 5) A - the sink 6) C - Tyrannosaurus Rex

                                                     9
HAND WASHING

                                         Lesson Two: Sparkles

 Objective
Teach children with a visual demonstration how easily germs are passed from one person to the next.

 Materials
         • Glitter in a variety of colours (you may use paper           • Soap
           confetti or finger paint if you don’t have glitter)          • Paper towel
         • Lotion or a drop of paint                                    • Lysol® No-TouchTM Hand Soap System
         • Running water

 Method
1. Ask the students to get into pairs and ask each of the students to rub their hands with lotion (or a drop of paint).
2. Then, explaining that the glitter represents germs, sprinkle the hands of one person in each pair with glitter and
ask them to rub it around.
3. Use as many different colours of glitter for this as possible, telling your students that the different colours repre-
sent different kinds of germs.
4. Then, have the students high five their partner. Ask your class what they’re observing and point out all the differ-
ent colours of glitter being transferred from hand to hand.
5. Ask the students to move around the classroom, shaking each other’s hands. Point out all the different colours of
glitter being transferred to everyone’s hands.
6. Ask your class for suggestions of how to get rid of the germs. First, try wiping them away with a paper towel; then
try rinsing with cold water; then try washing their hands with warm water and soap.

7. Demonstrate how to wash hands, then have the students wash their hands. Explain that some washrooms have
no-touch soap systems (such as the Lysol® No-TouchTM Hand Soap System). These systems help keep germs (the
glitter) from being transferred.
8. Point out the most difficult parts of their hands to wash: around fingernails, in between fingers; around thumbs,
wrists, on the backs of hands.
9. Discuss what everyone has learned and the most effective method for getting rid of the “germs.”
10. Assign Mission Three: Get wet! as an in-class activity.

     At-Home Activity                                                                                     REMINDER:
                                                                                                          Ask students to
  Mission Four: Before or after? – Ask students to colour the appropriate                               return the activity
  hand in the activity to show their parents/guardian what they’ve learned.                            with parent/guardian
                                                                                                             signature.

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HAND WASHING

                      Lesson Three: Washroom Investigation

 Objective
Teach students to be aware of areas that might be particularly germy and show them the proper way to wash their hands.

 Materials
        • Hand washing poster 			 • Student Activity Book
        • A washroom				• Lysol® No-TouchTM Hand Soap System

 Method
1. Before going on your Washroom Investigation, brainstorm about difficult spots to clean on your hands. Point out
that fingernails, in between your fingers, the backs of hands, thumbs and wrists are some of the most commonly
missed spots.

2. Now brainstorm what the germy hot spots could be in a washroom.

3. Make a list together and bring it with you on the investigation.

4. Make sure to point out washroom door handles, toilet handles, water faucets, etc.

5. Then show them all the things in the washroom that help keep them clean: water, soap and paper towels.

6. Point out that if they didn’t wash their hands after using the toilet, that their germs would be transferred from
their hands onto the faucets, onto the washroom doorknob, and onto all the toys, notebooks, and people they
touched from that point on!

7. Show your students how to use the Lysol® No-TouchTM Hand Soap System and demonstrate the proper way to
wash their hands:

        a. Wet hands with warm water, use soap to create a lather and scrub hands for 15-20 seconds.

        b. Show them how to dry their hands, turn the faucets off with a paper towel and use the paper towel to
        open the door (if the door must be touched to exit).

8. Assign Mission Five: Word search as an in-class activity.

     At-Home Activity
                                                                                                        REMINDER:
  Mission Six: How to wash your hands – Ask students to put the hand-                                   Ask students to
  washing steps in the right order as a reminder for how to wash their hands                          return the activity
                                                                                                     with parent/guardian
  properly at home.                                                                                        signature.

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HAND WASHING

                              Lesson Four: The Germ Mobile

 Objective
Teach students that germs can transfer between hands and surfaces.

 Materials
         • A toy truck (you may use a ball or hard toy of any kind if you don’t have a truck)
         • Germ Stickers
         • Lysol® Disinfecting Wipes

 Method
1. Talk to your class about the importance of cleaning surfaces. Remind them that even if something looks clean,
it can still have germs on it.

2. Have your class sit in a circle with a toy truck (the Germ Mobile), or whatever alternative toy you choose.

3. Pretend that you are sick and fake a sneeze onto your hands. Then, touch the toy and place some germ stickers
on it to demonstrate how they can spread from a sneeze.

4. Send the toy around the circle and as each student touches it, have him or her put a sticker on the toy (represent-
ing the germs that were on their hands). Then take a sticker from the toy and place it on the student (demonstrating
surface-to-hand germ transfer).

5. After the toy goes all the way around the circle, discuss the results with the students: notice that germs are on
everyone as well as on the toy. This is how easily germs can spread!

6. Have students complete Mission Seven: Decode the picture as an in-class activity and to remind them that germs
aren’t usually visible.

     At-Home Activity                                                                                   REMINDER:
                                                                                                       Ask students to
  Mission Eight: Scrambled up! – Ask students to get help from their                                 return the activity
  parents/guardian to unscramble each of the words.                                                 with parent/guardian
                                                                                                          signature.

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SURFACE HYGIENE

                            Lesson Five: Where the Germs Are

 Objective
Explain to students how touching surfaces and objects can contribute to germs on our hands and to reinforce the
importance of surface hygiene.

 Materials
        • Several miscellaneous objects from around the classroom
        • Student Actvity Book

 Method
1. Collect several unrelated objects that students touch with their hands every day and place them on a table at the
front of the class (these can include games, pencils, a water bottle, a chalkboard brush, a shoe, some change, etc.).

2. Hold each object up and ask the students to determine (by applause or a show of hands) how germy each object is.

3. Try to put them in order from least to most germy and explain that everything has at least some germs on it.

4. Once they’ve tried to put them in order, ask them where they think their hands would fit in the order.

5. Remind them that their hands touched all of those objects and collected germs along the way.

6. Help your students to learn how germs and bacteria are transferred from hands to surfaces and back again.

7. Assign Mission Nine: Sort it out as an in-class activity.

    At-Home Activity                                                                                    REMINDER:
                                                                                                       Ask students to
  Mission Ten: Get your hands dirty – Ask students to have some colouring                            return the activity
  fun at home by drawing the germy areas on the blank hand image provided.                          with parent/guardian
                                                                                                          signature.

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SURFACE HYGIENE

                                     Lesson Six: Hot and Cold

 Objective
Help students understand:
        • That every area in their classroom could potentially contain germs.
        • Why these germs exist, how they can be harmful and how to get rid of them.

 Materials
         • Student Activity Book

 Method
1. The points of this activity are to demonstrate that there really isn’t a “germ-free” zone in the classroom and to
think of ways to keep the classroom cleaner.

2. Using Mission Twelve for your reference, discuss eight actions that can contribute to the spread of germs with
your students.

       o Touching a doorknob. 		                o Coughing.
       o Using a computer mouse.		              o Sneezing.
       o Taking the garbage out. 		             o Blowing your nose.
       o Touching someone else’s hands.         o Eating.

3. Remember these actions (and in some cases, objects) as you demonstrate how germy a classroom can be while
touching surfaces and objects around the classroom.

4. With the goal of finding a “germ-free” zone in your class, have students direct you using hot and cold clues.

5. As you touch desks, chairs, the floor, the pencil sharpener etc., your students will yell out “cold” if you’re far from
a “germ-free” zone and “hot” if you’re close to a “germ-free” zone.

6. There aren’t any hot or germ-free zones so challenge your students to explain why they believe each object or
place to be germy or germ-free.

7. Assign Mission Eleven: Help the clean hand find its way as an in-class activity.

    At-Home Activity
                                                                                                          REMINDER:
 Mission Twelve: Germs in the classroom – Ask students to show their                                     Ask students to
                                                                                                       return the activity
 parents/guardian the EIGHT actions in the image that are likely to cause                             with parent/guardian
 the spread of germs.                                                                                       signature.

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SURFACE HYGIENE

                         Lesson Seven: Detect the Bad Guys

 Objective
Reinforce the importance of surface hygiene in the classroom.

 Materials
        • Germ Stickers 		                • Student Activity Book

 Method
1. Explain to your students that not all germs are bad, but that many of them can make us sick.

2. We clean our hands and the things we touch carefully to slow down the spread of germs and illness.

3. Place germ stickers around the classroom on places you’ve already identified as particularly germy (keep them on
their backing so they’re easier to pick up during this activity).

4. Get two classroom volunteers to race (while walking) against one another to see who can collect the most germs.

5. The student who collects more germs wins but there’s a catch: every time he or she picks up a germ sticker, he or
she will have to “clean their hands.” This will be done symbolically by clapping his or her hands after each germ is
collected.

6. If he or she forgets to clap his or her hands after collecting a germ, the student must replace that germ and move
on to the next.

7. Assign Mission Thirteen: Create your own germ as an in-class activity.

     At-Home Activity                                                                                REMINDER:
                                                                                                     Ask students to
  Mission Fourteen: What’s different – Ask students to find the image                              return the activity
  in each series that is different.                                                               with parent/guardian
                                                                                                        signature.

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SURFACE HYGIENE

                                  Lesson Eight: Crafty Cleaners

  Objective
• Teach your students about germs transferring between hands and surfaces.
• Show them how to clean up properly when surfaces are germy.

  Materials
         • Student Activity Book                        •G
                                                          litter (or paper confetti, beads, rice
         • Liquid glue                                   or any other small substance that will stick
         • Construction paper                            onto a piece of paper with glue
         • Crayons/coloured pencils

  Method
1. Make sure each student has a work surface, a piece of construction paper, glue, glitter (or alternative) and crayons.

2. Point out how clean your students’ work surfaces are. Explain that they are going to use their Germ Detective skills
to make their desks just as clean when they’ve finished their craft.

3. Ask your students to draw their very own version of Kyle or Lola on their piece of construction paper.

4. Then, they will each choose one component: the detective’s hair, badge, smile, etc. and they will go over that with glue.

5. Have your students pour glitter (or alternative) over the gluey area of their picture. Inevitably, the students will get
glitter on their desks and hands.

6. Take a moment to discuss this with your class. Remind them that real germs are not visible, but that (like the glitter)
they live all over the classroom.

7. Brainstorm together some ways to clean up the glitter and the hiding germs.

8. Using a warm, wet cloth and soap or Lysol® Disinfecting Wipes, clean the desks and disinfect the surfaces.

9. Make sure your students wash their hands well.

10. Assign Mission Fifteen: Find the differences as an in-class activity.

     At-Home Activity                                                                                        REMINDER:
                                                                                                            Ask students to
  Mission Sixteen: Where are the germs? – Ask students to work with their                                 return the activity
  parents/guardian to find the hidden germs in each image.                                               with parent/guardian
                                                                                                               signature.

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Congratulations!
Your class has successfully completed the Lysol® Germ Detectives program! With your
students’ increased knowledge of hand and surface hygiene, your classroom will now
be a healthier and happier place.

Extend the Learning!
Want to extend the benefits of the Germ Detectives
program? Here’s an idea: review the Lysol® Germ
Detectives Pledge with your students on page 19
of their Student Activity Books.

Have your students print their names on the line
provided on each of their pledges. Once everyone
has printed their name on their pledge, have your
students cut them out and mount them on the
classroom wall.

                                                            Make it Official!
                                           To celebrate their successful completion of
                                         the Lysol® Germ Detectives program, reward
                                                     your students with a certificate!

                                            This fun certificate doubles as a colouring
                                               activity for your class. Photocopy them
                                            from the following page or print them off
                                             from www.lysol.ca/healthyhabits and give
                                             your students something to commemorate
                                                                all of their hard work!

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NAME
                       has successfully completed all of the
                         Top Secret Missions. Keep up the
                               good work Detective!
                                                            Thank you for
                                                          helping to prevent
                                                            the spread of
                                                                germs!

                                                                               © 2014 Reckitt Benckiser (Canada) Inc.
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