Talk to your kids about germs and the human body then work on these free printable germ worksheets for kindergarten.
With young children, there’s always a need to talk about germs and keeping ourselves healthy.
From the proper way to cover your mouth when you cough or sneeze, to washing hands, they’re plenty to discuss!
And it’s a great time to introduce children to germs! These worksheets will help them learn lots of skills and kids will enjoy doing them.
Germ Worksheets For Kindergarten
Inside this printable pack we’ve included the following items:
- Finish the pattern germ worksheet
- Trace or cut the line germ worksheet
- Germ memory game
To start this lesson, I talked to my little one about what exactly germs are and how germs spread.
We talked about how germs are super tiny things we can’t see with our eyes, but that have the ability to get us sick if they get inside our bodies.
We also went over things like remembering to wash your hands after going to the bathroom or after they’re done playing outside.
After our short conversation, we read this fun book about germs.
Once we had finished our story we used these germ worksheets to practice making patterns and improving their fine motor skills.
To finish this short lesson up, we ended with a few rounds of the germ memory game.
These free printables are a great way to get young kids interested in personal hygiene and taking care of their bodies.
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More Human Body Activities
We’ve got lots of other resources that will help kids learn about germs and the human body! Check them out and see which will fit best with your children.
Germs vs. Soap is a book about the secret world of germs and their quest to take everyone’s “energy cupcakes” but only if soap doesn’t get in the way…otherwise it’s all down the drain for them.
Do Not Lick This Book is a fun way to teach kids about the microscopic world that lives on everyday objects!
For very young kids who don’t know what germs are, we recommend the book, Germs Aren’t For Sharing. It doesn’t go into great detail about germs, but it helps teach kids the basics and how to have good personal hygiene.