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Handwashing Works!

Essity, a leading global hygiene and health company, introduced its Handwashing Works hand hygiene education materials in 2018  to several Pre-K classes in the Philadelphia area. We worked with school administrators and teachers to refine the lesson plan and activities and are proud to be offering the kit to school districts across the country!

What's in the Handwashing Kit?

  • Lesson Plan
  • Handwashing Steps Printable
  • Posters
  • Worksheets
  • Seek and Find Coloring Pages
  • Certificate

How Do I Download My Free Kit?

Please fill out this form to receive access to download our materials. We will not spam you. All information will be used to improve our program and its offerings. Our goal is to reach as many children as possible and have a positive impact on hygiene standards. 

You will then be sent to our download page. On the download page you can select the files that you would like to download. We are offering digital downloads at this time.

Thank you for taking steps to improve hand hygiene at your school! 



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What People Are Saying

“Research shows that proper handwashing habits keep children healthy, and help them learn and grow. Everyone has a role to play to teach good hygiene practices, and we encourage every school to make handwashing a priority. These materials make it fun and easy to get started!” Carolyn Moore Secretariat Director, Global Handwashing Partnership

Global Handwashing Partnership

Hand washing is so important for students to master at the pre-k age. They will carry this skill through the rest of their lives. Thank you for giving away this extremely helpful kit!

Christina Calvo, Emlen Elementary School

Our young pre-school children are learning best ways to wash our hands and many reasons why washing our hands keep us healthy. We are discovering..we can see dirt but germs are invisible. Your kits will be a wonderful educational theme that promotes concepts and lesson ideas!

Janet Burke, Lincoln Bright Futures

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