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This is a fun online activity
to encourage children to identify among three objects which one is
appropriate to use during bath time and practice vocabulary.
It also allows an opportunity to discuss the importance of bath time
and the items we use during this healthy routine.
Activity #1: Online
Activity: It's Time for My Bath
Visit this online activity: It's
Time For My Bath Have the children practice the use of the
computer mouse and identify objects that are used during bath
time. Also, make sure the child verbalizes and recognizes all
the objects first, then identify among the three objects which can
be used during bath time. This activity helps build
You may want to ask children what other objects/toys they like to
use at bath time.
Review how and why we take a bath and what happens after the bath:
1. ¿What do we use to dry our bodies? What is the correct way
to use the towel? Use a doll and small towel , or demonstrate
after bath time.
Soap Paper Craft
Ages 2+ to 6
This is a cute and easy craft that will emphasize on the use of soap
for keeping our bodies clean and healthy.
It is possible that children will recognize Slippery Soap from the
Blue's Clues children's TV program. Even if the
children don't view this program Slippery Soap is perfect to
illustrate in a fun way soap is fun and important to a bath routine!
Print your choice of template in color or black and white,
color. Children can decorate if applicable and assemble the
pieces. Slippery can also become a cute hand puppet by
gluing a Popsicle stick/craft stick. Read below some
ideas to use Slippery as an fun educational tool.
Alphabet Activity > Letter S is for Soap
Write letter S and Slippery Soap on the assembled craft.
Present Letter S worksheet
and mini-book. Review instruction for worksheet
Ideas to use Slippery Soap: Slippery Soap Bath Buddy
or play Name the Parts of the Body with Slippery Soap
Cover Slippery Soap with clear contact paper and display in a place
of honor in the bathroom. He can become a friendly bath
buddy to remind children of bath time routine and to practice the
names of the parts of the body. For example: Parents can
say, "Slippery Soap wants to remind you to wash behind the
ears..., or Slippery Soap wants to play " Name the Body Parts" today
.... do you want to play?
Name the parts of the body with
Slippery Soap can also be done at preschool or child care facility.
Letter S Worksheet and Mini-Book
Paper or card stock
glue or glue stick
something to color with