Dental Hygiene Science Experiment for Preschoolers
This Dental Hygiene Science Experiment is easy to set up and an engaging way to support preschool development.
Preschoolers are in the beginning stages of developing healthy habits that they will carry with them. Dental hygiene is one of the essential habits. By exploring teeth, proper brushing, healthy foods, and dental health we can assist preschoolers in the development of these important self-care skills!
Books for Kids About Dental Health
Books are a great way to teach children about the importance of Dental Health! While these books are wonderful to share through the year, February in particular is a great time to learn more about Dental health. Brush up on your knowledge of Dental health by sharing a fun book with your preschooler all about Dental Health.
Toothbrush Painting with Preschoolers
Painting with toothbrushes is a fun and easy way to encourage creativity during Dental Health week. Inviting preschoolers to create art with a variety of tools and materials encourages creative thinking, supports self-confidence, and scientific thinking.
This simple invitation is super easy to set up and inexpensive.
Dental Health Preschool Activities
February is National Dental Health Month which makes it a perfect time to learn about teeth, healthy choices, and community members like dentists. As preschoolers are becoming more aware of healthy choices and forming important habits, we can begin to explore the importance of Dental Health through engaging lessons and hands-on learning experiences.
Preschool Dentist Office Dramatic Play
Preschoolers love to engage in role playing. My Dental Health Dramatic Play Pack makes it a breeze to create a Dentist office anywhere kids play.
Role playing is a fantastic way for children to learn more about the community they live in and practice important cognitive and social skills.
When children are role playing they are learning to read, count, socialize, problem-solve, building confidence, displaying creativity, refining communication skills, learning to take turns and play cooperatively, and oh so much more!
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