For a copy of the lesson from the manual go HERE
Here is the handout for this lesson.
This handout was inspired by a handout made by my new friend Wendy Lewis. Wendy sent me this darling handout idea.
It is so great for this lesson because it goes perfectly with the Teacher Presentation and Discussion part of the lesson in the manual.
I duplicated Wendy's handout and made some tags that you can attach the hand sanitizer to (or soap or what ever you can find that can be associated with the word "CLEAN"). I've made a printout for you to make it easy. Just attach the label and the hand sanitizer to cute patterned paper.
Print them HERE (All 3 pages are on the same link. Just scroll down and choose "Print Current Page" to print the page you want.
If you want to do the soap dispenser version of this handout:
1. Take the labels off of your soap bottle. I used the ones with the clear plastic label. I used Goo Gone to get rid of any extra sticky left behind and it came right off.
2. Print out the page below onto clear acrylic paper. I used an overhead projector sheet.
3. IMPORTANT NOTE- I dont have a laser printer, but the sheets I used are made for a laser printer. When I tried this the first time my ink smudged when I handled the page and the ink came completely off when I inserted it into the soap. Handle the sheet carefully and use a hair dryer or heating tool to set the ink. I heated it for about 2 minutes. Be careful to keep the heat moving so that you don't melt the plastic. If you have a laser printer I think you'll be fine. You can also print it out onto regular paper and have a copy store copy it for you.
4.Cut closely around the design.
5. Roll up and slide down into dispenser's opening and let it unfold.
6. Kind of push into place against the front of the bottle with the tube. Replace the pump placing the tube behind the sheet.
7. Tie ribbon around neck of the bottle adding the skull tag. Just print the skulls, color the bow and cut it out.
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