Dental Health Craft and Writing Pack:
Tooth Fairy Craft and Counting, Tooth Craft and Healthy Teeth Worksheet, 3D Germ Bug, Dentists Craft and Writing
Discuss number of teeth lost. Help students to figure out which tag to use. Students refer to the tags and write their names in the first blank and the number of teeth they have lost in the second blank. Have them cross out the tags they will not use.
As students begin coloring the pieces, pass out the number of teeth students will need. Once students have cut out their teeth and created their fairies, have them bring the project to you for completion. Tape a long piece of yarn to connect the teeth to the tooth fairy’s toothbrush.
Page 1: wings
Page 2: head, hands, toothbrush, legs with feet, tag options
Page 3: body, arms (2 sets)
Page 4: teeth
Tooth Craft, Healthy Teeth Worksheet
Page 1: Craft: tooth, arms, floss, brush
Page 2: Healthy Teeth Worksheet
After learning about ways to keep teeth healthy,
students complete this worksheet to show what they have learned.
Option: Add a frame to this sheet to display with tooth.
Possible answers may include
but are not limited to:
-go to the dentist –floss –brush -use mouthwash -eat healthy foods
-limit sugary foods
Students glue pink mouths onto bottom sides of blue heads. Fold ovals on the dotted lines to create a germ bug. Add eyes and antennae with stars. Students can either color “teeth” white or glue marshmallows onto the circles. Give students new toothbrushes,
and discuss proper ways for brushing teeth. Have students gently practice on the teeth.
Discuss proper flossing techniques. Give students long pieces of yarn to gently practice flossing between teeth.Page 1: Outside Body
Page 2: Inside Mouth
Page 3: Coloring Option: Eyes, Stars, Antennae (2 sets)
Page 4: Stars (6 sets)
Page 5: Eyes (8 sets)
Page 6: Antennae (6 sets)
Page 1: body, hands, legs and shoes, toothbrush, writing paper
Page 2: boy head (2)
Page 3: girl head (2)
Page 4: writing piece frame (2)
Krazy for Kindyland crafts are designed with efficiency in mind, as I certainly understand the KrAzY schedule of a teacher! Craft pieces are also designed to use as much paper space as possible, as conservation is another constant thought on the busy teacher’s mind. Depending on the craft, you might choose to slightly enlarge the pieces based on the needs of your students/the time of the school year you complete your craft, and/or your preferences. It is helpful to have students lay out their plan before gluing. Krazy for Kindyland crafts are compiled into value packs, so be sure to check those out before downloading individual products among the same theme.
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