At Kool Smiles, we believe it is important to teach kids good dental health habits while they are young. That’s why we offer educational activity sheets to make learning about oral health and dental hygiene fun!
We believe that every kid deserves a healthy smile, so we make sure that our activities offer educational oral health tips for every child. Our activities include plenty of fun and engaging topics, including:
By combining fun materials like coloring sheets, crafts, and games with oral health information, we make learning about dental health fun for kids in grades K–5.
If you are a teacher, we welcome you to use any of our kid’s activity sheets in your classroom. We also have dental health lesson plans for preK–5 that you can download.
Adding dental health lessons into your regular lesson plans will help your students learn about their teeth in the comfort of your classroom and will help them have healthy and happy smiles.
At Kool Smiles, it’s our goal to make sure that all children have access to quality dental health care and education at an affordable price.
We have over 120 locations around the country, and we accept Medicaid, TRICARE, SCHIP, most insurance plans, cash or credit, and CareCredit.
To schedule an appointment for your child or find out more about what services we offer, visit us online or call us today.
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