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Germ activity for kids: Free worksheets

You may have noticed that there is a lot of talk about virus, bacteria and germs. So what better way to present the kids with an learning opportunity that putting together a few germ activity sheets for the kids?

We have a collection of them to help the kids to learn about germs. From What a germ is, to how we can help prevent the spread of them.

Germ Activity for Kids

This collection of germ activity sheets for kids including the following items:

  1. The cover gives advice on how to wash your hands (!),
  2. What are germs, and what can they do, what can they NOT do?
  3. Complete the germ patterns,
  4. Quick quiz on germs,
  5. Germ coloring page, kind of a bit like a Covid-19 coloring page actually,
  6. Germ tracing practise to help with writing,
  7. What can you do to keep your room germ free, and finally
  8. Germ coloring matching.

We know you want to see the individual sheets before you download these goodies, so here you go…

Hand washing for kids activity sheet

This is a really simple hand washing activity for kids – just get them to cut out the pictures of each stage and put them in order. You can then talk about the activity together at home or in the classroom, so that you have explained how to make sure that children wash their hands as thoroughly as possible.

Free Worksheets

What are germs?

This is a lovely little activity sheet that helps you to explain what germs are, what they can, and what they cannot do to children, and then get them to write about it.

Free Germ Worksheets

Germ patterns worksheet

Cut out the germs at the bottom of the page, and match them to the correct pattern on the rest of the worksheet.

Activity for Kids

This is a great little task for pattern recognition, as well as fine motor / cutting skills.

Germ quiz for kids

This is a lovely little germ quiz for kids with just a few simple questions about germs to help them understand them a little bit more:

  • Do germs make us sick?
  • Can you see germs?
  • Where are germs found?
  • And finally, what can we do to help prevent germs from spreading?

Germ coloring page

We couldn’t have germ activities for kids without including a germ coloring page could we. We have made this a little bit of a Covid-19 coloring page really, we admit; but that kind of seemed to be appropriate really.

Germ tracing practise

Tracing is an important part of pencil control, so we have a few germ relating tracing ideas for you here. Do check out our pencil control workbook as well.

What can you do to keep your room germ free

Really simple worksheet to get kids to think about what can be done to keep their rooms germ free, and help prevent the spread of germs.

Germ coloring matching

Color matching is such a fun and simple activity for kids, and helps them to learn their colors from an early age. Get them to match the color to the germ on this worksheet. They can, of course, if they are a little older, write and name the colors too.

That is a total of 8 germ activities for kids for you to try out with your class or your kids. These are suitable for early years / kindergarten, and elementary school really. We hope you have fun with them all, and the children learn too.

To download this, please just click on the circular image below and it is yours.

If you are looking for other resources around Covid-19 or germs on the site, do check out some of these ideas for worksheets:

Resources for kids about Covid-19

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Germ activities from the internet

There are a few germ related activities out there, so why not check some of these out too?

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