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Beat the Bingo Bug! Factsheet

Some Handwashing Curriculums


It’s easy to beat those bugs
All you need to do is keep in mind a few simple facts when handling food.

The original food safety game.

I Can Do It! A Micropedia of Living on Your Own
This engaging, easy to use resource can be used by older youth to guide them through most topics pertaining to living on their own, including budgeting, housing, daily living and relationships. For self-teaching or group teaching. 

I'm Getting Ready. I CAN DO IT!
I'm Getting Ready is designed as an interactive workbook. Its activities are created to motivate learning. The "lessons" encourage involvement of friends, groups, family, community, and/or the individual. It can be used by the learner or with help of teachers, mentors, friends, parents, grandparents, foster parents, social workers etc.. It covers topics like apartment searches, legal issues, safety, nutrition, consuming, home management, money management and goal setting.

A neat poster.

Students need to be aware that hot things hurt. They need to identify hot things in the environment as well as those things that are not hot at the moment but could get hot (e.g.,irons).

Lesson ideas for teaching about germs and food preparation safety.

From the KFL&A Health Unit.

A Germ Watch Resource.

A Germ Watch resource.

An assortment of Germ Watch resources.

A book of activities for kids related to food safety.

Food Safety and Inspection Service

This booklet of coloring pages gets children familiar with the four simple steps to food safety.

Hungry? Eat Healthy! A Mini-Micropedia has information on 
nutrition for everyday life.

Hungry? Eat Healthy! Activities for Real Life Learning has over 
40 pages of reproducible sheets which include meal analysis and 
plans; grocery store shopping; reading labels; scavenger hunts; 
time management sheets; cooking and restaurant experiences; 
and community involvement.

Sunbathers aren't the only ones who enjoy rising temperatures. Food-poisoning bugs also like it hot. Just ten invisible bugs in your food can multiply to ...

Here we offer news (print and video features) along with photos and images to download.

Ready, Set, Fly! A Parent's Guide to Teaching Life Skills  
This resource was developed by foster parents for other parents 
to use when teaching life skills. The Activity Book is designed 
to be used in conjunction with the Life Skills Guidebook. It 
contains a series of activities and suggestions that may be used 
in one-to-one instruction. For parents use with youth ages 8 and 

The Food-Safe Schools Action Guide Toolkit

Safe Food Handling Fact Sheets.

This publication offers instructions to adults on how to teach kitchen safety to young children. It includes lesson plans...

CDC continues to collaborate with the Soap and Detergent Association on an education-based health promotion effort for middle schools. The program, Healthy Schools, Healthy People, It's a SNAP!, is designed to improve health by making clean hands an integral part of the school day.

This page provides photos related to the four Be Food Safe behaviors.

This handbook provides basic facts regarding foodborne pathogenic microorganisms and natural toxins.

As you know, children are eager to learn, and they absorb information very quickly. With 
your help, this can be an exciting and fun project. After the book is completed, you can 
sign and present the enclosed certificate to your child.

Always read the label ... It is illegal for food labels to have false or misleading names, and it is ...

What this guide contains ... There is also a Food Standards Agency factsheet on food intolerance. 

After preparing raw food, washing your hands thoroughly is essential to prevent spreading bacteria around the kitchen and on to other foods. ...

Partnerships for Food Safety Education

More information on food hygiene can be found on the Food Standards Agency 
website –

Kitchen safety rules for cooking with kids.