Pediatric Community Education Programs
I Can Eat a Rainbow (ages 3-7) A caterpillar puppet and an interactive storybook introduce
young children to the importance of eating a variety of healthy food.
Germaine the Germ Thing (ages 3-7) Children learn how to prevent the spread of germs through effective
hand washing. They will love seeing how germs spread as shown by our special
GlitterBug ® Potion.
Teddy Bear Clinic (ages 4-5) Pre-K children enjoy taking their favorite stuffed animal through
a "check-up" as they learn what to expect at their own pre-kindergarten
physicals. Immunization requirements for entering kindergarten will be
included in take-home materials.
Body Safari (grades 2-3) This fun and interactive program takes students on an adventure
through the major body systems. Students will learn how their organs work
together, as well as ways to keep their bodies healthy and safe.
Mission Nutrition (grades 4-5) A race car- themed program that teaches students what foods
our bodies need to stay healthy. Hands-on activities illustrate how to
read and interpret food labels to make informed food choices.
To schedule one of the above programs, or for more information, please
contact Kerry Beth Griffin, R.N., clinical leader, Pediatrics, at 912-466-2434 or