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Wash hands frequently
Teaching your children how to properly wash their hands and when to wash their hands will help stop the spread of germs.
Encourage imaginative play and exercise.
One way you can encourage exercise and play would be having time allotted after homework is completed before they can use technology. Another way would by going outside and playing with your children.
Offer healthy meals and snacks.
A healthy diet is the foundation for your child to be healthy. Healthy foods provide the nutrients your children need to be successful.
Keep vaccinations up to date.
Vaccinations help prevent many diseases.
Give a daily probiotic.
Probiatic's help a child's immune system. they are often referred to as "good" or "helpful" bacteria because they help keep your gut healthy.
Let kids feel their feelings.
By letting your children feel their feelings you are boosting your immune system. This is the case because a child's emotional health connects with their physical health.
Teach your kids healthy habits.
Teaching your children healthy habits helps them continue to be healthy even if you can't be right beside them. Some habits to teach are appropriate sleeping and how to stay safe outside of their home.
Provide love and support.
Providing love and support to your children helps them stay healthy because it helps them develop a safe, and secure environment. Their environment is vital to the success of their emotional and physical health.
Cover Your Sneezes and Coughs
Teaching your children how to properly sneeze and cough into their elbow helps to reduce the spread of bacteria and germs.
Stay Home When Sick
Keeping your child home when they are sick helps them because it makes time for them to relax and recover. This also helps keeps the germs out of the classroom.
SOURCES Fink, Jennifer L.W. “10 Things Mommy Docs Do to Keep Their Kids