MBS HEALTHY KIDS What can I do? & What can the nurse do for me?
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MBS HEALTHY KIDS
What can I do? &
What can the nurse do for me?
•5-6 meal & snacks Each Day•Healthy not Empty
Recharge your bodyFight illness
•10-11 Hours Every Night
•6-8 glasses each day•More if you get sick
•60 minutes every day
WASH YOUR BODY
• WASH YOUR HANDS OFTEN– BEFORE YOU EAT– AFTER USING THE BATHROOM– AFTER COUGHING/SNEEZING
• Brush your teeth 2x/day (and floss daily)• Take a shower or bath daily (or every other day)• CLEAN CLOTHES EVERY DAY
STAY HOME if….
STAY HOME IF…..
• HAVE A FEVER• Vomiting or Diarrhea• Rash (unexplained)• Contagious Illness
Use Vaseline & Drink more
Drink Water or Gargle
Cough into your sleeve
Cuts and Scrapes
• Looks bad at first• Clean/wash dirt & blood yourself• Add a band aid &
vaseline in your classroom
• See the nurse if too large for classroom band aid, or on your face
• Pinch your nose 3-5 minutes• Don’t move• Keep your head straight• Wash up when done • Change clothes if blood• DRINK MORE WATER (sign of a dry nose)
• If Large or doesn’t stop, Call the nurse to you!
Hurt a LOT at first
• Check with an Adult– No Blood– Can move and walk
• Resting may Help
IF NOT BETTER AFTER 30 MINUTES OrAn ADULT sends you
• IF YOUR HEAD ITCHES… GET IT CHECKED
BY THE NURSE
TO PREVENT HEAD LICE:•Don’t share combs or hats•Store your hat in your coat sleeve•Keep long hair tied up•Bring your own pillow to sleepovers
You can do a Lot for yourself!
• Your job is to be in school– That means in class with your teacher
• Everyone gets sick or injured– Not all need a nurse, going or staying home
• Learning to take care of yourself is part of growing up