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Teacher Shows Students The Effects Of Dirty Hands With Bread Experiment

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Teacher Shows Students The Effects Of Dirty Hands With Bread Experiment

 

Getting kids, teenagers, and even some adults to understand the importance of cleanliness can be a difficult job.

Because we can’t see microscopic germs or the immediate effects they have on our health, it’s easy for many of us to assume they can’t hurt us or make us sick. Often times, seeing is believing. That’s why Donna Gill Allen, a health occupation teacher at Cape Fear High School in Fayetteville, North Carolina, came up with a fun experiment to show her students exactly what happens when they don’t wash their hands.

Allen placed three slices of bread inside plastic bags, using gloves for the first, freshly washed hands for the second, and for the third, she passed it around the class and let everyone touch it before bagging it. A few days later, the differences spoke for themselves.

Here’s how she explains the experiment:

To all my teacher friends this is the grossest yet coolest experiment. I did this while teaching about germs and how they spread. You use three pieces of bread. You let all the kids see you put a piece of bread in a baggy with a glove on hence “controlled” then you wash your hands and put a piece of bread in a baggy for “clean” last but definitely not least you pass a piece of bread around and let every kid in class touch it then you put it in a baggy and label it dirty. Watch how the bread changes over time due to germs. It is so cool and a great way to teach the importance of hand washing.

This is such a great idea for parents and teachers alike! Would you try this out with your own kids to make them wash their hands?

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Dad’s Lunchbox Creations Are Giving His Son A Reason To Smile

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Dad’s Lunchbox Creations Are Giving His Son A Reason To Smile

 

One of the greatest joys about bringing my own lunch to school was discovering all the surprise notes and little bits of motivation my mother would sneak in when I wasn’t looking.

This feeling of lunchtime loving is something artist and web designer Andre Guerra can relate to. He grew up receiving daily notes from his adoring mother and loved every minute of it. And when Guerra was old enough to send his own children off to kindergarten, he knew he wanted to continue the tradition for his son.

Guerra takes his lunchbox notes to a whole new level with some amazing artwork. Here are some of our favorites!

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Trump Just Spread This Horrible Lie About the Last Few Presidents

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Trump Just Spread This Horrible Lie About the Last Few Presidents

 

ust a day after Donald Trump’s controversial blatantly false remarks that former President Barack Obama and the other presidents didn’t call the families of soldiers killed in action ignited the internet, the president is at it again. At a radio event at the White House, Trump doubled-down on his comments, telling Fox News Radio host Brian Killmeade, “I mean, you could ask General [John] Kelly did he get a call from Obama. You could ask other people. I don’t know what Obama’s policy was.”

By General John Kelly, Trump was referring to his beleaguered chief of staff, who tragically lost his son in 2010. First Lieutenant Robert Michael Kelly was leading a unit when he stepped on a concealed explosive device.

Kelly – *understandably* – didn’t comment on Trump’s allegations, and while former White House aides can’t remember Obama calling him, they do remember that the former president did something even better than call…

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Former Trump Staffer ‘the Mooch’ Just Posted This Bizarre Poll About the Holocaust — and It Did Not Go Well

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Former Trump Staffer ‘the Mooch’ Just Posted This Bizarre Poll About the Holocaust — and It Did Not Go Well

 

caramooch! Scaramooch! Will you deny the Holocaust?

Kind of. The Scaramucci Post, a media company owned by Anthony Scaramucci, posted a Twitter poll on Tuesday morning asking, “How many Jews were killed in the Holocaust?” with four answer options ranging from “less than one million” (Mel Gibson Land) to “more than five million” (THE TRUTH — it’s actually around 6 million).

They received instant backlash (obviously), deleted the poll, and the Mooch is reportedly furious.

What a way to find out Anthony Scaramucci owns a media company, huh?

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