We have so many celebrations and things to cover in February, I wanted to make a quick, easy and fun activity, where students could reinforce their "tooth care" lessons because it's Dental Hygiene Month.
With that in mind, I came up with this cute "Snip & Flip" writing prompt craft.
"This was a great activity to do after our dentist presentation. My students thought it was super fun!"
Students think of 6 ways that they take care of their teeth and write one on each of the "bristles".
The top portion flips up to reveal their answers underneath.
I've also included a traceable, completed "bristle box" for PK kiddos to trim and glue to their toothbrushes.
Besides being an interesting way for students to review their dental hygiene knowledge, this craftivity provides great, fine motor-cutting skill practice too.
Simply run the toothbrush "handle" portion off on a variety of colors. Children write their name in the blank.
Completed projects make a sweet February bulletin board.
"One of my favorites for Dental Health. We received lots of compliments on our bulletin board."
I'm Diane from Teach With Me, hoping your students enjoy showing what they've learned with a "Snip & Flip" toothbrush.
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