6 edition of Taking Care Of Your Teeth (Goulding, Sylvia. Healthy Kids,) found in the catalog.
by Rourke Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
Give your tongue a few gentle brush strokes, brushing from the back of your tongue forward. Do not scrub. Do not scrub. This helps remove bacteria and freshens your breath. LESSON PLANS. Jump to: Lesson plans about "All about teeth and smiling"Lesson plans about "Taking care of your teeth"All about teeth and smiling. PreK- 2 Human Body Series: Mouth and Teeth—Teacher’s guide: lesson plans, activities and other resource; PreK-1 Shining Smiles! Lesson plans, supplemental activities, support materials (charts and diagrams), activity sheets (coloring and .
During the day, fill your mouth with water and swish it around to get rid of anything sticking to your teeth. (See our topic about Looking after your teeth to find out more.) Dr Kim says: "With a clean body, clean hair, clean clothes and shoes, you will feel good and your . Teach Your Kids To Take Care of Their Teeth'sBedtime story about boy Jacob and mischievous mouse Monty."Jacob time to brush your teeth before bed." Jacob's mom says."I will brush them later Mom." The six-year-old boy replies as he puts another piece of candy in his loves eating candy but does not love brushing his :
side of your teeth. On the outside where your teeth touch your cheek and lips, on the inside where your teeth touch your tongue, and on top where your teeth chew up your food! After you are done brushing, wipe your mouth with the napkin, and put the napkin in the cup. SHOW the children how you brush your teeth with your Size: KB. Grades 3 to 5 • Human Body Series. Mouth and Teeth. You use them every day, so taking care of your mouth and teeth is important. How kids clean their teeth now can affect their dental health throughout their lives. These activities will help your students learn about their sense of taste and takingFile Size: 1MB.
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Taking Care of My Teeth (Keeping Healthy) Paperback – January 1, by Terri DeGezelle (Author)4/5(1). Taking Care Of Your Teeth (Healthy Kids) Library Binding – June 1, by Sylvia Goulding (Author) › Visit Amazon's Sylvia Goulding Page.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central 3/5(1). Readers will learn that brushing and flossing your teeth The Rookie Read-About Health series introduces young readers to health subjects that are relevant to their lives.
These books answer commonly asked questions about the senses, good hygiene, nutrition, exercise, and the human body/5. #BK Take Care of Your Teeth Book This is a Rookie Read-About Health book that explains the best way to care for their teeth.
The pictures tell the story for children who can’t read but it is also great for adults to read to children while they look at the photos. Twin Text: The Dinosaur Tooth Fairy by Mary Brockenbrough, © Rationale: This book tells the story of a dinosaur tooth fairy who is looking for a new tooth and chooses to try and get the tooth of a little girl.
I selected this book as a twin text because primary-aged children will be losing their teeth and it is an interesting twist to imagine different tooth-fairies for other creatures.2/5.
The Tooth Book: A Guide to Healthy Teeth and Gums by Edward Miller. This lively picture book makes learning how to care for your teeth fun.
Taking good care of your teeth and gums is an important part of maintaining overall health. After all, you need your pearly whites to eat, smile, and talk. But what should you expect when you go to the dentist. Students Will: Identify types of teeth.
Graph numbers of teeth. Associate teeth with literature. Write about dental experiences. Identify ways of taking care of teeth.
We all need to do it. Learn why we all should brush our teeth, and how brushing keeps our teeth strong and healthy. Like SciShow. Want to help support us, and also get things to put on your. This freebie contains a few writing pages to help your students reflect on what they learned about dental health.
Included: Circle map to brainstorm how students take care of their teeth-"Why Do I Need These?"Students write why they need each of the following: toothbrush, toothpaste, dentist, & floss.4/5(94). Taking Care Of Your Teeth. Displaying all worksheets related to - Taking Care Of Your Teeth.
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Teach your kids proper dental hygiene and why it’s so important to brush your teeth with this fun adventure. This book will help you: Provide a unique and fun way to start teaching your young child about proper dental hygiene.
-Connect with your kids and create an open atmosphere to help facilitate tricky discussions with them/5(K). Taking care of your teeth helps prevent plaque (say: PLAK), which is a clear film of bacteria (say: bak-TEER-ee-uh) that sticks to your teeth.
After you eat, bacteria go crazy over the sugar on your teeth. #BK Take Care of Your Teeth Book This is a Rookie Read-About Health book that explains the best way to.
Healthy teeth and gums make it easy for you to eat well and enjoy good food. Several problems can affect the health of your mouth, but good care should keep your teeth and gums strong as you age. Tooth Decay Teeth are covered in a hard, outer coating called enamel. Every day, a thin film of bacteria called dental plaque builds up on your teeth.
Taking Care of Tiny Teeth-Tips and Free Printable Teeth Care Charts Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links. This means, we may receive a small commission if you choose to purchase something from a link we post (including links to because we are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program.).
Open your mouth, look at your teeth. Yes, those pearly little white teeth. Do you know how many teeth you have now, and how many "adult" teeth you will have later.
This video explores basic teeth. This step-by-step guide discusses the importance of a home care routine. Its detailed brushing and flossing photos eliminate quesswork.
Text explains the cause of decay and gum disease, motivating patients to stick with it. Get this from a library. Take care of your teeth. [Don L Curry] -- Introduces readers to dental care, how to brush, flossing, and regular checkups at the denists.
-Teach your children proper dental hygiene with the explanations included in the back of the book. *Do you have problems getting your children to brush their teeth?* This book will help you: Provide a unique and fun way to start teaching your young child about proper dental hygiene/5(K).
-Teach your children proper dental hygiene with the explanations included in the back of the book. *Do you have problems getting your children to brush their teeth?* This book will help you: Provide a unique and fun way to start teaching your young child about proper dental hygiene/5(75).
Divide the class into groups of six. Have each child read aloud one page to the group and share his or her illustration. Encourage students to ask questions about their classmates’ responses.By taking good care of your teeth and gums, you can protect them for years to come.
Tooth decay is not just a problem for children. It can happen as long as you have natural teeth in your mouth. Tooth decay ruins the enamel that covers and protects your teeth. When you don’t take good care of your mouth, bacteria can cling to your teeth and.A book about taking care of your teeth like The Tooth Book by Edward Miller or Take Care of Your Teeth by Don L.
Curry. Chart paper and markers. Pictures of foods (or pretend food from a play kitchen) that are good for teeth and harmful to them. Old magazines or grocery store ads.