Do the 'dab' for a healthier winter?
The popular Lean and Dabb dance is being used by a group of school children determined to stay healthy this winter - and they've dubbed their own version Trap and Wash.
As flu season is upon us, Randwick Park School in south Auckland is using the popular dance move to stop the spread of germs.
The dab, where people drop their head into their elbow and raise the opposite arm, is what they're using to keep their sneezes to themselves.
Choreographed by teachers Sandra Booth and Helena Stickney and written by students, Trap and Wash is their version of iLoveMemphis's song Lean and Dabb.
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It's their re-imagination of the SneezeSafe programme which teaches children to trap a sneeze with a tissue, bin it, wash your hands, and don't eat it.
"Blow it in the tissue/So you don't have an issue" and "Sneeze in your arm/Safe from all harm" are some of the lyrics they're using to get the message across.
"It's amazing how everyone started contributing to the song, even the teacher aides were coming up with ideas," Booth says.
SneezeSafe is a free initiative developed by Kleenex for New Zealand schools with lessons involving water spray bottles, bubbles, and infectious glitter handshakes.
Randwick Park School is delivering the programme this year for the first time, with Booth leading it in her year 3 and 4 class.
Booth says the message is really succinct and has hit a chord with her students - a lot of them didn't realise how far a simple sneeze could spread.
"As soon as someone coughs or sneezes they all ask 'did you wash your hands'."
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