Sneezes spread thousands of tiny droplets of germs and pathogens into the air.
Teach kids to sneeze into the crook of their elbow or a tissue rather than their hands. Hand washing is the first line of defense against the chance of getting sick.
Kids frequently touch their face after their hands come in contact with germs from toys and food. Kids who wash their hands after snack time and play time will kill germs and reduce the chance of getting sick.
The CDC recommends hand washing as the most effective way to help stop the spread of illnesses worldwide. Teach your kids why it is important to wash your hands and help keep your family healthy.