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Behaviour change cards for Hygiene

26 visual cards to teach 2-6 year olds about hygiene and immunity.

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Since early January, the Wuhan Coronavirus pandemic is spreading exponentially. Most awareness campaigns and advertising today are focused on adults. But, what about the children? 

How should I tell the child what is a“Quarantine”?  How to wear a face mask or How to make sure they keep wearing one? What should they do and what should they not? Thinking of a way to protect and edutain them during the unprecedented time, we created this.

This could help move your child to follow your cues and effect a change in their hygiene routine. This may not be the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, but it’ll help your child understand why it is necessary.

Hi, we are two mompreneurs

Dhara is a visual communicator and runs pykih.

Sanya is an early childhood educator and runs Learning Synapses.

Our illustrations have been drawn by Yatish. He is an IIT Delhi graduate who is now studying visual arts at Ambedkar University

Join us on a mission to help our children change hygiene behaviour quickly.

Our cards are based on research and will help your child imagine abstractions and visualise ideas and answer the question “Momma, what is a Virus?”. These cards aim to emphasise repetition and lower the cognitive load for a child to learn.

Carry these compact-sized cards in your handbag. Use them to introduce and discuss agreeable behaviors. Use them to educate, bond, and play with your child. Re-visit the relevant card and remind them each time the child forgets or makes a mistake.

What's inside

This deck covers:

  • 6 illustrations on how to stay safe.
  • 3 illustrations on how to wash hands.
  • 2 illustrations on how to greet.
  • 3 illustrations on how to be interact with friends.
  • 2 illustrations on how to be interact with adults.
  • 4 illustrations on how to sneeze and cough.
  • 4 illustrations on how to handle masks.
  • 2 illustrations on how to strength immunity.
  • A one pager guide.

Be the social distancing superhero your child needs. Download the illustrations by subscribing.

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Behaviour Change Cards for Hygiene

26 visual cards to teach 2-6 year olds about hygiene and immunity.

Behaviour Change Cards for Hygiene

Published Mar 27, 2020
Updated Oct 03, 2021

26 visual cards to teach 2-6 year olds about hygiene and immunity.

Creative Commons Licence
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Since early January, the Wuhan Coronavirus pandemic is spreading exponentially. Most awareness campaigns and advertising today are focused on adults. But, what about the children? 

How should I tell the child what is a“Quarantine”?  How to wear a face mask or How to make sure they keep wearing one? What should they do and what should they not? Thinking of a way to protect and edutain them during the unprecedented time, we created this.

This could help move your child to follow your cues and effect a change in their hygiene routine. This may not be the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, but it’ll help your child understand why it is necessary.

Dhara is a visual communicator and runs pykih.

Sanya is an early childhood educator and runs Learning Synapses.

Our illustrations have been drawn by Yatish. He is an IIT Delhi graduate who is now studying visual arts at Ambedkar University

Our cards are based on research and will help your child imagine abstractions and visualise ideas and answer the question “Momma, what is a Virus?”. These cards aim to emphasise repetition and lower the cognitive load for a child to learn.

Carry these compact-sized cards in your handbag. Use them to introduce and discuss agreeable behaviors. Use them to educate, bond, and play with your child. Re-visit the relevant card and remind them each time the child forgets or makes a mistake.

This deck covers:

  • 6 illustrations on how to stay safe.
  • 3 illustrations on how to wash hands.
  • 2 illustrations on how to greet.
  • 3 illustrations on how to be interact with friends.
  • 2 illustrations on how to be interact with adults.
  • 4 illustrations on how to sneeze and cough.
  • 4 illustrations on how to handle masks.
  • 2 illustrations on how to strength immunity.
  • A one pager guide.

Be the social distancing superhero your child needs. Download the illustrations by subscribing.

Love the idea? Share it to your heart’s content! 🙂

Have a feedback? Contact us here.

The information provided is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

The information provided is available on public domain, sources referred for information being made available by World Health Organization (WHO), other experts and organisations.

All illustrations are artist’s concepts and/or artistic impressions only. 

Pykih Data Intelligence Private Ltd (hereby referred as Pykih) and Learning Synapses intended not to use any copyrighted material for the publication or, if not possible, to indicate the copyright of the respective object. The copyright for any material created by Pykih and Learning Synapses is reserved.

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