February is dental health month! Your kids will love this whole group or learning center healthy teeth pocket chart sort. Students sort picture cards into "good for your teeth" and "sad for your teeth" categories and place them on the chart. I have provided the picture cards in color and black and w
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
Dental Health File Folder Game
This Dental Health File Folder Game: Healthy/Unhealthy Foods For Teeth Sort focuses on basic sorting skills and concepts. In this file folder game students sort foods into two categories: Healthy For Teeth and Unhealthy For Teeth.
This file folder game is also sol
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.
Looking for a fun way to practice shapes? This is it! Your kids will create a cute craft by sorting different shapes! Perfect for dental health month!Shapes included are circles, squares, triangles, and rectangles. There are 4 of each shape to sort (16 total).Inside you will find:*craft instruction
These Teeth Color Sorting Mats (For Dental Health Month) include 11 unique sorting mats that focus on sorting teeth by color.
In a center or independent work station, students sort colored teeth into the tooth mat that is the same color. Colored mats included are:
This colorful sorting activity allows students to sort foods into two groups, good for teeth and not good for teeth. Two base boards (a happy tooth and a sad tooth) and 12 food cards are included in this set. Perfect for a unit on teeth or dental health.
Part of a set of teeth resources available
Teach about the different foods and activities that keep our teeth happy and healthy! This center is filled with fun as a way to engage your students while you explore dental health. This resource is a sorting activity. If you like this product, check out my Dental Health BUNDLE to see other related
It is extremely important to teach basic information to our students regarding Dental Health. This resource provides straight to the point information about how to take care of your teeth!!!It includes: A sorting mat for "healthy" and "not-so-healthy" foods A sequencing activity to USE AT HOM
In this activity students will listen for rhyming words and match the teeth with the rhyming tooth fairy. Included are 26 different rhyming word families and over 100 rhyming pictures for sorting. Students can work together in small cooperative learning groups or independently. Great for Literacy
Help the Tooth Fairy Sort the short vowels! This sorting activity can be used in 2 ways. First, you can use this in your guided reading group by having the children place the short vowel pictures under the corresponding vowel card in your pocket chart. Then, you can use the short vowel mat for the
Dental Health File Folder Game
This Dental Health File Folder Game: Big and Little Teeth Sort focuses on basic sorting skills. In this file folder game, students sort 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
This FREE sort activity can be used during your Dental Health, tooth, teeth learning. Students create a flip book by sorting foods (good for teeth/not good for teeth). Directions and example pictures are included. Included in this product:-directions and examples of how to create the teeth flip book
This fun sorting activity provides 72 picture cards to sort into 2 categories- healthy and unhealthy teeth. Sorting mats are in a full-page format. All materials are included in color and black and white formats. This language building activity aligns to the ABLLS-R Assessment and Curriculum object
Promotes Healthy Teeth or Harm Teeth - Google Digital Version IncludedTHIS RESOURCE INCLUDES:Sorting mat, sorting pictures and an answer key. Google Slides Digital VersionSave time and money and buy Sort Worksheets Bundled___________________________________________________________________YOU MIGHT A
Teeth: Healthy Teeth Sort is a great addition to your teeth and health units. This product is strictly science. Students will cut, sort, and paste the items in the correct column of Healthy or Not Healthy for your teeth. This download comes with two different worksheets / items to sort. This product
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
Want a quick way to practice or assess if your students understand what is good or bad for their pearly whites? This is a quick digital sort where students will click and drag images of different items to the correct tooth. There are extra copies in case a student accident deletes something and can
This Say & Sort activity for articulation therapy provide multiple opportunities for drill practice with a DENTAL HEALTH theme. They also encourage self-monitoring because the student will sort the articulation targets to one of 2 separate areas, either "I got it!" or "I need practice".Each card
This writing lesson is a great way to facilitate a how-to writing lesson and cover all the necessary vocabulary for this topic with visuals scaffolds. I have included vocabulary posters - big and small, and 5 different levels of differentiation in all of the assessments. The how-to writing sheets ar
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.
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Get your students thinking about types of teeth with this is a print and go lesson! Get your students to think critically by participating in a post-reading think and sort activity. This teaches students about the two sets of teeth we get as children and adults. This is an extension lesson for THE