Teach Your Child Proper Hygiene Habits! Free Printable Preschool Hygiene Activities And Song



My son believes that when he goes swimming, he does not need to take a bath at night.

Ha!

I'm a pretty easy-going mom, but that just ain't going to happen.

And, I told him so!

Yet, not even five minutes later and we're still going at it.

I'm arguing with my pint-sized fellow about taking a bath.

What is wrong with this scenario.

Am I not "she who must be obeyed?"

Finally, he says "Fine. I'll take a bath."

And walks off, muttering under his breath.

I shout after him "You better not be muttering about me, buddy boy!"

I raise my fist in the air.

I'm victorious.

I won.

I won an argument with an 8 year old.

And, I'm beaming from ear to ear.

This is what my life has come down to!

How many more years do I have to do this for?

All this talk about bathing reminds me of when I was teacher.

When I was a teacher, I would teach proper hygiene habits to preschoolers

One of the lessons always centred on the importance of hand-washing and bathing.

To help introduce the topic, I would play them a song.

Visit kids learn @ kiboomu daily for the FREE song and printable activities.

It's Time To Learn, Laugh, Sing & Grow!


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