Promote healthy habits in a cute and fun way during dental health month or any time of year! This file includes the following printable activities:
~Read a picture graph and answer questions
~Sentence completion-dental words
~ABC order- dental words
~Make healthy choices- listing foods that are goo
This happy tooth sad tooth game makes a great February activity, when we celebrate dental health month. Great to use when talking about teeth or for a Dental Health Unit. It is a colorful sorting activity that allows students to decide if some foods and snacks are goof or not for their teeth.The gam
Happy Healthy Teeth is a wonderful mini-unit designed to teach kinders how to take care of their pearly whites!
This pack contains:
• Tooth/Dentist “Can, Have, Are” charts
• Who is a Dentist? poster
• Dental Tools poster
• Dental Vocabulary chart with posters
• about each tool
• Check Out My Teeth
Here's what you get!
HAPPY TOOTH SAD TOOTH GAME
A fun sorting game in which students must decide whether common foods and snacks are good for our teeth or NOT good for our teeth.
Simple words and eye-catching clipart make this game perfect for both pre-readers and early readers.
Use on a table
A Primary Unit All About Happy Healthy Teeth!
This is a perfect unit for learning about dental health while practicing those all important reading comprehension skills. Includes several great writing activities too.
This unit includes:
Reading Passage and Comprehension Questions
Happy Healthy Tee
What types of food make our teeth happy and what types of food hurt our teeth and make them sad? Many kids can't answer these questions. Use these cute happy and sad teeth and the included healthy and junk food pictures to spark a conversation about food. Use it as a class or in a center. Now includ
Looking for the perfect activity to compliment a great dental health unit? Search no further because here it is!
I like to read a good dental health story, watch a video, or even invite a real dentist to visit the classroom and then follow it up with this cute, simple project!
Your students wil
Here is a center that can be printed on card stock and laminated or make copies and use as an assessment.
Happy or Sad tooth?
Sort the items that are at the bottom of the page. Is it good for your teeth or not?
My class had fun doing the sort, so I thought I would share.
Thank you for your time.
Happy Teeth Dental Health Flip Book
Students will research, write about, and reflect on healthy dental habits that keep teeth happy with this Flip Book. The book includes 5 pages of research and writing prompts and are easy to assemble!
Dental Health FUN Clip Art! You will LOVE these happy, smiling little teeth! They are absolutely perfect for adding to parent newsletters, literacy and writing stations, activities, printables and student worksheets, etc. FREE! Happy February ~ Perfect for Dental Health Month!!!
This is the story of a little girl who doesn’t like to brush her teeth. Both teeth start out happy, but as decay sets in, we see the damage the sugar bugs do to her teeth.
WHAT WILL YOU GET?
• 5 colorful charts depicting the sequence of tooth decay
• 5 story cards that are to be glued to the back
Kids will discover all about caring for their teeth. These differentiated passages are perfect for fluency, comprehension, and close reading. I have included a full writing unit to help your students write the "perfect paragraph" including that tricky sense of closure! The darling art will bring t
Use this template as a cut and paste activity to promote healthy dental hygiene as the student sorts pictures that are good and make the teeth "happy" and things that are bad for our teeth, making them "sad." This activity also promotes fine motor practice with cutting and gluing.
Dental Health File Folder Game
This Dental Health File Folder Game: Happy Teeth Size Match focuses on basic matching skills. In this file folder game students match teeth by size.
This file folder game is also sold as part of the Dental Health File Folder Games Mini-Bundle. You can find that at
Do you have to teach your students how to read nonsense or silly words as well as CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words? Here is a tooth themed printout to help your students with their reading skills in February for Dental Health Month. You can choose whether to have your students cut and paste th
This is a great little reader that talks about a young child's teeth and how to keep your teeth "happy." My emergent readers are designed with the Pre-K, Transitional Kindergarten, and Kindergarten Student in mind. This reader will assist you as your students build book handling skills, knowledge,
The perfect way to record, month-by-month, who's had a visit from the Tooth Fairy. This purchase includes one JPEG and one PDF for the poster displayed.
Please download the PREVIEW file prior to purchasing to review ALL available PRINTING OPTIONS for this purchase.
PREVIEW file includes instruct
This activity is a fun and easy to understand lesson on dental care. Students will learn the importance of flossing, brushing, eating healthy foods and dental checkups. Activities include an acrostic, fill in the blank sentences, selecting health food choices and a word scramble. \Find more than 3
Happy Healthy Teeth Makes For a Happier Healthier You! Students will learn about dental hygiene. They will learn why their teeth are so important and how to take care of them.
Happy Healthy Teeth Slideshow in ppt format & pdf format
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This is an interactive kinesthetic game board with fun and animated graphics. Images on the game board take you to the question pages which feature a total of different basic multiplication problems. Students answer the question and then click on the toothbrush to discover the answer. The hungry
60 Kawaii Tooth Clipart-Tooth Clipart-Happy Tooth Clipart is perfect for kids stuff, fun activities, worksheets, graphics and more.WHAT YOU GET:A ZIP file containing 60 PNG Files, 6 x 6Files have transparent background at 300 DPIDUE TO DIGITAL NATURE OF THESE PRODUCTS NO REFUNDS ARE AVAILABLE***** T
• Happy tooth
• Sad tooth
• Good for my teeth food pictures
• Bad for my teeth food pictures
• Following directions
• Responding to “wh” questions
• Labeling nouns
• Using descriptive words
• Take turns picking out food from a basket
• Decide if it is good f
Oral Hygiene - Happy Healthy Tooth/Depressed Decaying ToothStudents cut out and paste the food onto the tooth. For example, a cupcake could cause a depressed & decaying tooth if you do not brush your teeth!