Earlier, I asked why Glitterbug hand washing training wasn’t in schools. Today I want to know why Glitterbug hand washing training in preschools isn’t standard?
It is so much fun to use. It beats just trying to tell kids how important it is. It can be a part of a game, or a contest. It is so quick to do.
At cubs, I mixed a batch of spaghetti with Glitterbug Hand Washing Training Lotion. I then hid some objects in it and made the cubs go searching through it. Afterwards I told them that it was something yucky and they had to wash it all off. It was a great activity and got the message across.
So why isn’t Glitterbug hand washing training is preschools right now? (If you’re a part of a pre-school wanting to give GlitterBug a try, you are invited to get in touch and we’ll get you a discount on your order)