Wash your hands well, thank the toilet staff and even get to know the different names for toilets.
These are some of the things children will learn in kindergarten from a new booklet that was launched yesterday by the Restroom Association (Singapore) – RAS – because it marks its 20th anniversary.
The booklet is meant for children at kindergarten and kindergarten level and includes games and activities such as word puzzles and mazes that teach good toilet habits.
The booklet contains a manual for teachers and parents, which contains resources for projects and activities for washing hands and cleaning toilets.
The booklet and guide were launched during an event at Cherie Hearts @ Charlton, a kindergarten on Charlton Lane.
Both have been developed by the RAS and Viso, a company that distributes hand dryers here.
"When they are young, that is the best time to print (good toilet habits)," said RAS president Tan Puay Hoon.
A non-profit organization started in 1998 and the RAS wants an 'excellent restroom culture & # 39; to build.
Attending the launch event was associate professor Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim, senior parliamentary secretary for education and social and family development.
The association became involved in kindergartens in 2015, when it started with the program Happy Toilets @ Preschools.
The program is a form of accreditation aimed at ensuring that pre-school toilets meet hygiene standards and toddlers adopt good hygiene hygiene practices.
It has helped more than 100 kindergartens since it was launched.