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Title:Operation Risk Hand Washing Audiotape
Producer:Michigan State University Extension
Description:Operation Risk is a curriculum designed to assist in teaching the hows and whys of safe food handling. Through this curriculum, kids explore ways to ensure their own health by learning what they can do to prevent foodborne illness. Kids assume the role of detectives as they work through this multimedia program with fun-to-solve cases, missions to complete at home with an adult, and a variety of learning activities designed to challenge young problem solvers (grades 3-5).
Topic:Hand Washing
Audience:Children
Format/Pub. Year:Activity (1996)
Contact Information:
 Michigan State University Extension
240 Human Ecology Building
East Lansing, MI 48824
Telephone:517-355-6586
Fax:517-353-4846
Cost:Not Free, $5.00
How To Order:Visit Website. Also, available through NAL's InterLibrary Loan Program. Request Library Materials
NAL Call Number:Kit no. 288
Grant Number:Extension grantee 91-EFSQ-1-4009

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Last Modified: Nov 22, 2011