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A hug, kiss, and bandage often take little hurts away. This activity helps children learn how to take healthy care of their boo-boos.
Have you ever had a little cut, scrape, or bruise? Do you remember how an adult took care of it? With a grown-up, talk about how to treat a cut. Read a basic First Aid and Safety Book together to learn about germs or bacteria. Why is it so important to clean and cover broken skin?
On white construction paper, trace your hand (ask an adult to help) with Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils. Add other body parts such as legs and feet to fill the page.
Color in the hands and legs on the paper with Crayola Multicultural Markers. Dry.
Make believe you have washed some imaginary scratches. Use Crayola Washable Super Tips Fine Line Markers to draw bandages on your pretend owies. Decorate the bandages with markers or Crayola MiniStampers.
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Munch, crunch—apples taste SO good! Now you can wiggle and giggle your way through a finger-puppet apple. Your finger is
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Hey bike riders! Set up a gigantic driving or obstacle course for your bikes. Watch for tricky curves and speed traps!
Retell the delightful French folktale Stone Soup! Your whole family can color and tear paper veggies to add to the pot.
How do you stop bullying? These bright paper rings—looped into a chain—highlight kind and respectful ways to treat peopl
With a friend, draw your "insides" in a life-size chalk portrait.
Do you dream of being a firefighter or police officer? Would you like to honor their courage and hard work? Make a commu
What's more gross than gnarled, green, crooked dentures? Kids can really "sink their teeth" into sculpting these disgust
Quick! These first-aid kits are easy to decorate and put together. Make several and keep them handy at home and in your