Encourage the formation of good health habits in children Through playful and colorful illustrations, this popular childrens book shows the germs that cause illness and how important hand washing is to good health Includes health information...
|Title||:||Those Mean Nasty Dirty Downright Disgusting but...Invisible Germs: Esos desagradables detestables sucios completamente asquerosos pero . . . invisibles gérmenes (Working Classics)|
|Format Type||:||Audio Book|
|Publisher||:||Redleaf Press Auflage Bilingual 1 Juli 2002|
|Number of Pages||:||32 Seiten|
|File Size||:||860 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Those Mean Nasty Dirty Downright Disgusting but...Invisible Germs: Esos desagradables detestables sucios completamente asquerosos pero . . . invisibles gérmenes (Working Classics) Reviews
I first heard this story from my daughter's preschool teacher, and it stuck with ME so much that I had to get it when I got my own preschool class. It does a super job of making germs real and to be avoided. My preschoolers ask me to listen to the germs screaming as they go down the drain. They remember this story for a long time! Super investment to your library!
This book gives children a concrete view of germs and what they can do; in a way children can underdstand.
I purchased this to use in my "cover your cough" lesson for kindergarteners. My first impression was that the pictures were a bit boring. There are black/white photos of a girl playing with different toys in her classroom. When I read the book to the students, they actually loved the photos. They could relate to the girl. There are also colorful drawings of "germs," which they loved. Each page has English and Spanish. Good book to have to help kids understand germs and the need to wash hands.
Bought this book for a friends daughter. I have used it in the past working with young children and they seem to love it and it helps teach them in a fun way to wash their hands and keep Those Mean Nasty Dirty Downright Disgusting germs away.
My 5 year old loves this book.
It is ok for younger kids to read. Not as good as A Germ's Journey but it is passible.
I like the original version much better and will search for it later.