Saturday, February 9, 2008


superstar soap comes with an original piece of germ art & this handy poem Marian learned in school last week (nice timing, Mrs. Serr!):

Germs are tiny and can't be seen.

They may be small, but they can be mean.

Germs make you feel sick, all sniffly and sneezy.

Your tummy could hurt, or you might be wheezy.

Germs can spread from you to another,

So when you sneeze, your nose needs cover.

Even after you sneeze, germs might try to stay.

They are there on your hands, so wash them away!

Help fight infection with superstar soap!

for some easy-to-remember handwashing songs (most adaptations of familiar tunes), see this helpful webpage.

Handwashing is the easiest and most effective means of reducing the spread of infection.

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