Cleanliness of Body Parts

Cleanliness of body parts is necessary in our daily life. Our body has many parts. Each part performs a particular function. We eat food with our mouth.

Teeth are used to chew food.

We write with our hands.

Tongue helps us to taste.

We walk and run with our legs.

Nose helps us to breathe. It also helps us to smell.

Ears help us to hear.

Skin helps us to feel a touch.

Eyes help us to see.

Cleanliness of body parts

Everyday working and playing make us dirty. We come in contact with germs. Germs cause various diseases to us. We must keep our clean to remain healthy. We have five sense organs nose, eyes, ear, tongue and skin.



We should wash our hands properly after and before eating something. Trim your nails regularly.



We must wash our eyes and face with cold water many times a day. Use a soft towel to wipe your face. We should also protect our eyes from dust particles and bright light.



We must clean our nose properly. We should use a handkerchief whenever we blow our nose. We should not put finger in our nose to clean it.


We hear with our ears. We should clean our ears properly. We must not put a matchstick or any pointed object in to our ears. We should clean our ears with ear-bud only.



We must brush our teeth twice a day in the morning and at the bedtime. Move the brush gently. Do not rub your teeth hard.



Wash your hair with a good quality soap or shampoo. You must dry and apply oil on your hair properly. Comb your hair twice a day.


You must have a bath with a soap and water everyday. Dry your body with a clean towel. Use a good talcum power. Wear clean clothes daily.

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