When your kids visit Kool Smiles, the dentist will teach them all about how to care for their teeth. But how can you keep them interested in good oral hygiene long after their visit?
At Kool smiles, we offer dental lesson plans and activities so your child can practice healthy dental habits at home.
Dental lesson plans help teachers or parents educate children on good dental health tips. Our dental lesson plans are perfect for the classroom, or for fun at home.
We have carefully designed each activity to teach children grades K-5 about dental health in a fun and engaging manner.
Each activity covers an area of dental health we think is important for kids to know about, from what foods are less likely to cause cavities to how long kids should brush their teeth.
Our dental lesson plans have everything necessary to teach your children or students about good oral health. If you want something in addition to the lesson plans, we have other fun activities, as well.
Just print out the downloadable materials you want. Our kids’ activity sheets include:
It’s never too early to start teaching children to take care of their teeth. When kids learn early on how to take care of their teeth, they are more likely to practice healthy dental habits for life.
That’s why Kool Smiles dentists will talk to your child about the importance of dental health and how to properly brush, floss, and eat healthy food to protect teeth.
When you teach your children about oral health at home or in the classroom with our lesson plans, you help reinforce good habits that keep teeth healthy.
If your child needs a dental checkup, come to Kool Smiles. You can make an appointment for your child today by calling one of our offices.
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