The best way to get your child learning about good oral hygiene is with dental health lesson plans specifically made for kids. When you are able to reinforce your child’s dental habits with lesson plans from Kool Smiles—at home or in the classroom—it can lead to a lifetime of healthy, strong teeth.
To keep kids engaged in learning about dental health and hygiene, we have fun activities and lesson plans for kids on our website that are free to download and print out.
Our lesson plans can help parents and educators teach important facts about oral hygiene and how to prevent problems like tooth decay—which is the most common chronic childhood illness facing children today.
These dental health plans provide guiding questions to help encourage your children to learn the importance of brushing, flossing, and everyday care, as well as help them engage in learning in a way they will enjoy.
In addition to our lesson plans, we also have downloadable activity pages for kids that can help reinforce ideas taught in the lesson plans. Kids will love coloring them and completing the activities, and you’ll love knowing that your child is learning ways to keep his or her teeth strong and healthy.
Sample activity pages include:
At Kool Smiles, our general dentists are experienced and trained in giving children happy and healthy smiles. They are constantly continuing their education to keep up with the latest dental trends and hygiene practices so kids always know the right way to clean their teeth.
If your children enjoy our dental health lesson plans, then we know they will love visiting our offices.
Come see what Kool Smiles can do for your child’s confidence and smile. For more information about our services, give us a call or schedule an appointment online today.
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