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It can be difficult trying to figure out cute and creative ways to display student work throughout the school year. You want something that will make each of your student's take great pride in what they complete and absolutely love showing off all their hard work and effort. If you are having trouble figuring out the a fun and easy way, than this post is for YOU! My student's loved our display for student work and honestly, kids from other classrooms enjoyed it too.
Sickness-causing bacteria and viruses can lurk on surfaces long after they're expelled in an infected person's sneeze or snot. Some can even stay on a surface for months, given the right conditions. While the ability of these microorganisms to actually make you sick depends on a number of factors (bacterial/viral load, your immune system, conditions for survivability), don't mind us if we play it safe and up the disinfecting and hand-washing.
Apples and Handwashing: "We put a clean apple slice in one jar. We passed another apple slice around the class as we came in from recess with dirty hands. We have been observing the two jars in the science center. This is the difference after 8 days - gross! (This picture doesn't really show the mold.)" - A great way to teach about germs.