With the help of primary school children we have designed some persuasive graphics to get your children to think about washing their hands. We have developed a simple 1,2,3 method to encourage them to wash their hands properly and regularly.
The graphics are in the form of semi permanent vinyl stickers and are to be installed in your toilet spaces.
We recommend purchasing our semi-permanent vinyl stickers from our University of Leeds store. These stickers are ready to install and different pack sizes are available to suit your space. Click on the link below to get started
Download our sticker pack for your school. Then simply print them out and laminate them for extra durability. The stickers can be used in your toilet spaces and anywhere else where you feel your children will benefit from seeing them. The aim is to remind and to encourage them to wash their hands!
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We have also created a FREE classroom activity pack to be used alongside our graphics.
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