Lysol Healthy Sweepstakes
Lysol, an RB brand, is excited to be at BlogHer ’14 to spread news of its Healthy Habits Program, developed with support from the National PTA and NEA. The Healthy Habits Program provides teachers, families and children across the country with resources and tools, such as activity guides and 30 lesson plans, to help them live healthy and happy lives.
Right now, Lysol is hosting the Healthy Habits contest, where parents, teachers and school administrators can nominate their school to win a grand prize of a $15,000 school grant, one-year supply of Lysol products for the school, and a Healthy Habits Day Celebration, featuring a visit from the Lysol Healthy Habits Bus—a science museum on wheels that teaches students about germs and hygiene, now on display at the Lysol booth #325.
The contest ends on July 31, so there are only a few more days to enter! To learn more about Healthy Habits Program and Contest, visit the Lysol booth #325. And while you’re there, don’t forget to climb aboard and check out the various interactive stations on the Healthy Habits Bus encouraging children to engage with germs and understand how they can make them sick. Activities include:
Clean Hands Germ Scan: Children put their hands in the Hand Scanner and see their hands projected on a screen in front of them—with animated “germs” wriggling all over them. A video then teaches the proper way to wash hands and get rid of germs.
Anatomy of the Sneeze: An animated nose on a screen sneezes—accompanied by a burst of air so children feel like they have been “sneezed on.” They then see themselves surrounded by animated “germs,” simulating how sneezes spread germs around a small area.
When to Wash: A touchscreen game shows a class in progress. Children tap the students who need to wash their hands (after sneezing, before unwrapping a snack, etc.). Correct answers get a reward; missed chances prompt videos that explain how germs spread when hands aren’t washed.
Defeat the Germs! In this Kinect™-style augmented-reality game, students use wipes with the goal of preventing germs from getting past them.
Looking forward to seeing you there!