Using dry erase markers, students trace and write the color words in matching colors. When they are done, they cover the white toothbrush handle with the colored one that matches the color word.
This craftivity provides great fine motor-cutting skill practice. The packet includes a traceable template with answers, as well as a "bristle box" where students write their own thoughts of how they take care of their teeth.
Use these dental hygiene alphabet cards for borders, centers, games, flashcards etc. Includes covers to make itty bitty booklets + several pages of tips and ideas of what to do with the cards, including Kaboom game cards to make things even more fun.
Practice cutting skills; review circles, triangles and dental hygiene all at the same time, with this writing prompt craftivity.
Start your dental hygiene unit off with a KWL to help see what your students know about their teeth.
Here are some graphic organizers that you'll find helpful for your dental hygiene unit. I've included blank templates, as well as filled-in ones that you can use as anchor charts.
Children choose from 4 different toothbrushing charts. This is a fun way for your students to remember to brush twice a day, as well as let you know how they are doing with their dental hygiene.
Students read, trace and write the numbers and number words, and then draw that many teeth inside Timothy's mouth.
Incorporate math skills with your dental hygiene unit. Print the large tooth posters on white construction paper and then laminate. Using a dry erase marker students trace and write the numbers and number words and then place that many tooth tiles inside the mouth.
There is so much new vocabulary associated with teeth. I've included an alphabetical list of 101 words associated with dental hygiene, several dental hygiene word searches, plus a dental hygiene word journal, where students can write new words as well as their definitions.