Toddler Approved!: Race to Lose a Tooth: A Counting Game {Dinosaur Train Review & Giveaway}

Race to Lose a Tooth: A Counting Game {Dinosaur Train Review & Giveaway}

Experiments that have to do with our teeth and how the things we eat and drink affect them.

Teaching The Importance of healthy teeth - Here is a great objective lesson teaching preschool and early elementary education aged children about the importance of teeth health! Need to remember this in February for dental health week

ziploc bag + dollar store hair gel + q-tip = word fun. Such a neat way to practice spelling!

Practice Printing Bags

Scribble Doodle and Draw: use paint baggies to practice printing letters, sight words, spelling words, etc. so many ways! --I like the addition of the qtip as the writing tool for fine motor practice!

Tooth Art! For our week of learning about teeth!  (February is Dental Health month!)

Scholastic Grade 2 feb Teeth Yellow paper tooth, white paint, toothbrush to make the tooth white again! Love this, especially with some other learning activities about dental care.

how to make sand paint

Two ingredient recipe for sand paint - sensory play and art combined with this simple recipe for PLAY! // messy art ideas for kids

Life with Moore Babies: D is for Dentist > Cool experiment for the kids to teach them about dental health.

Learn about Teeth with the Community Helper for D

Foil Painting: Sensory Art - FSPDT

Foil Painting: Sensory Art

Mess-free play for One year olds.   Cornstarch, water,  food coloring( i used watercolor paint) and a ziploc bag. Its better to use hands-on with a cookie sheet or bowl but as you can see he would have eaten it right away and the paint is not safe. ( unless your baby has teeth the ziploc bags wont be safe either). Its lots of fun if you teach them to press on it. Also a great activity along the book " Bartholomew and the Oobleck" using green coloring.

Mess-free play for One year olds. Cornstarch, water, food coloring and a ziploc bag.

National dental health month: Let’s brush our teeth! | Teach Preschool

National dental health month: Let's brush our teeth


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