Dental Hygiene Month is our time to express the importance of oral health to our children. Why not make such an important life lesson fun?
There are many resources committed to teaching the importance of oral hygiene at home and in classrooms. Keep reading to learn different Dental Hygiene Month activities.
There are many things to learn about our teeth and mouths, but there are three core lessons that seem to make all the difference in a child’s dental health future:
Download the Kool Smiles Dental Health Month Activity Booklet and other fun worksheets to teach your kids about oral health.
Kool Smiles understands the importance and influence education can have over the future of all children. That’s why we have provided dental health lesson plans to teachers across the U.S.
Kool Smiles offers a variety of oral hygiene activity ideas and activity sheets to help parents and teachers guide and teach kids to form healthy dental habits.
These activities include a wide range of topics, including:
For teachers, we have free lesson plans available for download.
Our mission is to give parents and teachers all the resources necessary to teach children how to take care of their teeth—during Dental Hygiene Month, and the whole year through.
Call us today to schedule an appointment for your child. We’ll make sure your kids and students have access to a bright dental health future.
Mouth Healthy Kids: http://www.mouthhealthykids.org/en/educators/smile-smarts-dental-health-curriculum/
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