Top 10 HOUSEHOLDANDHEALTH skills and popular lessons

Household and health rocks!
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Lesson created In 4-6 by Studdy Gold (880)  

Funny video about choices:

"Small choices become actions,
actions become habits
and habits become our way of life"

Thanks to Project Better Self

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Lesson created In 4-6 by Studdy Gold (880)  

A series of short videos about health and food. Answer the questions after each watched video.

Video 1 - Introduction

Food contain nutrients, name two nutrients.

Video 2 - Fruit and Veggies

What does vitamin B1 do and what is a digestive system?

Video 3 - Dairy

Why should we have calcium in our bodies?

Video 4 - Proteins

What does proteins do in our bodies and in which types of food can you get it? Name two proteins and explain what they do in our bodies.

Video 5 - Carbohydrates and starch

Why should we eat the skin of the potato and wholegrain?

Video 6 - Sugar

What is the maximum grams of sugar a 7-10 year old should eat on a day? Why should we read nutritional labels?

Thanks to the Tesco Eat Happy Project

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Lesson created In 4-6 by Studdy Gold (880)  

Make a plan on how to deal with the laundry.

  1. Talk to the adult to find out how they do it now
  2. Make your plan (example below)
  3. Execute your laundry plan
  4. Evaluate your week as responsible for the laundry. What went well and what went bad? What was difficult to do, what was easy?

Example of how to do laundry:

  • Decide a day when you can do the laundry.
  • Collect all the garments that needs to be washed.
  • Read the Labels. Check the care labels on your garments and linens to see if they should be washed by hand or in the laundry machine.
  • Sort. Start by sorting the laundry by color:
    • Whites, pastels, light grays, and white background prints will go in one pile. 
    • Deep colored clothes—black, red, navy, brown, dark gray—go in another pile.
  • Sort Again. Sort each pile one more time by type of fabric. For instance, in the whites pile, separate towels, and sheets from apparel. In the dark colors, separate t-shirts and jeans from lighter weight items like blouses and dress shirts.
  • Pick a Detergent. Select an all-purpose laundry detergent. Read the directions or ask an adult to determine how much to use based one size of load and water quality you've got.
  • Pick a Water Temperature and Cycle. Washing in cold water will usually be sufficient and save the environment.
  • Final Check. Double check everything before you load the washer. This will save you from any last-minute mistakes.
  • Load the Washer.
  • Unload the Washer.
  • Hang dry your laundry if possible. This saves money, energy, environment, and causes less damage to your clothes. Otherwise, read the labels to determine if the clothes can be loaded into the dryer.
  • When dryer is done, hang or fold and store.
Thanks to The Spruce

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Lesson created In 4-6 by Minny Olympian (1.9k)  

A couple of simple dishes you can make. Remember to have adult supervision when needed!

Thanks to The Now Mom

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Lesson created In 4-6 by Minny Olympian (1.9k)  

A short video about carbohydrates, protein and fat

Thanks to Revision App

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In 4-6 by Magnus Willner Rockstar (4.9k)  
Eat healthy using the diet circle
to My Doctro - Kaiser Permanente

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In 4-6 by Magnus Willner Rockstar (4.9k)  

A video on how to bake a sponge cake. Using US measuring system

Thanks to Angela Coppola

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In 4-6 by Magnus Willner Rockstar (4.9k)  

Find 5 sensitive ingredients. Ex chicken

Describe the danger of each ingredient and what to do to handle them safely.

Here is a link to a playlist about food safety

Thanks to FOODChap Inv

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In 4-6 by Magnus Willner Rockstar (4.9k)  

Ask a grown-up or someone that know how a washing machine works/how to wash by hand to show you. Choose three garments to wash by hand. Look inside the garments for laundry symbols.

To learn different symbols you can make a memory game. Draw the chosen symbol on one card and on the other card that it will pair with you write the meaning of the symbol. Do so for as many symbols you want, and then play memory by finding the pair; symbol and text.

You can find some common laundry symbols on Wikipedia

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