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Mystery Science Mini Lesson - How do Germs Get Inside Your Body? (First & Second Grade)

Science is all around us. Let's get ready to learn something new today with Mystery Science! 1. Tap the and watch the first video. Make sure to stop and think about the questions when asked. 2. Click the > button to watch the second video. 3. 🗣 Talk to your family member about what you learned about germs. Where are germs? How do they get inside our body? Will you always get sick from germs? Why or why not? How can you help you and your family stay healthy from germs? 4. Tap the add button. Get ready to pretend to be the teacher! 👩🏽‍🏫 5. Tap the video button to teach us all about germs! Let us know what they are, what they do, how people can get sick, and how to stop germs from getting into your body. 6. Tap the check to save. 7. Check out the bonus clip on this Mystery Science Lesson to see more ways to fight germs! Family Extensions: - Create a poster to teach people how to stop germs from getting into your body. - Practice your best hand washing techniques and come up with a song to sing while you do it (20 seconds at least!). - Count how many times someone in your family touches their face during dinner, and they didn't even know it! - Make up a song about germs and staying healthy.

1st Grade, 2nd Grade, Science, Home Learning
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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Students can enjoy powerful science activities while learning from home. Mystery Science mini-lessons are a way for students to explore science topics individually or with their families. Learning from home is a great time to encourage curiosity and build scientific thinking skills. You can find more lessons here: https://mysteryscience.com/school-closure-planning. NGSS K-2-ETS1-1 - Ask questions based on observations to find more information about the natural and/or designed world.