• Gail Feix

Germ Busters Choice Board

🧼A fun way to reinforce good habits to fight germs! Students will enjoy learning as they play these fun games! 🧼

Choice boards are favorites with my students, and I'm sure that your students will love them, too! This Germ Busters choice board that I created uses educational games from National Geographic Kids and Lysol. Now seems like an ideal time to reinforce and remind students of healthy habits in an engaging way during Fun Fridays, center work, or independent choice time!


When I share my resources, I offer tips for ways to use and share with students. These tips are on the sides of the slides, so after you read them, please remove before sharing or assigning to students. Choice Boards are best shared with students by using the File > Publish to Web option and sharing only that published link with students. This link can be shared through an LMS such as Google Classroom.


Are you looking for additional activities? Check out these categories: Choice Boards here, Winter Activities here and Seasonal Fun here and make copies to use and enjoy! These are growing lists, so check back often for new activities that are being added throughout the year to help add fun to your classroom! An additional option is to become a ☕Monthly Member and receive exclusive special 'Extras' and 'Surprises' each month, sent directly to your email! 😊Monthly Member resources include items such as large sets, ready-to-use student projects, special game rooms, and seasonal resources.


I hope that you and your students enjoy this 🧼Germ Busters🧼 choice board!

Make your own copy of 🧼Micro-Explorers Germ Busters Choice Board🧼 here:

https://bit.ly/ShareCopyMicroExplorersGermBustersChoiceBoardTeachersUsingTech


*NOTE: If the link says you need to request access, it is your school network blocking the share. All items are set correctly to force a copy when clicked on. Many districts block things (including file shares) that are coming from outside of their domain. Please try making the copy from a personal email or Gmail account. Then, you can share the file with your school account. If you request access, I won't be able to grant it or respond to your email request, since the issue is blocked on your end.