Dental Health Activities for Children
Teach children how to take care of their teeth with these free worksheets. You will find a worksheet suitable for any age. We have all of the kids favorites: dot-to-dots, mazes, matching, coloring pages, and even a fortune teller!
Suggested Age Range: Ages 4-10
Who doesn't love a dot-to-dot! This exercise can be used to reinforce to children the importance of brushing their teeth for two minutes two times per day. This worksheet feature three dot-to-dot exercises co-mingled with educational messages : toothpaste, floss, and toothbrush.Print Now
Suggested Age Range: Ages 3+
Kids love this traditional matching game, and will love cutting out the matching pieces themselves. While working with children on this matching game, be sure to reinforce how we need to brush our teeth to keep away the germs and keep them healthy!Print Now
Suggested Age Range: Ages 3
This chart can be a take home activity for your students. It is an important tool for reinforcing the behavior changes in the training. There are three checkboxes each day: two for brushing, and one for flossing. This chart will last over a month. One option to make this more exciting would be to distribute it with little star stickers. Even so, children enjoy coloring the little stars.Print Now
Suggested Age Range: Ages 6+
Who doesn't love an origami fortune teller? This one has the objective of teaching children to brush their teeth. If you are interested in having these professionally printed for distribution (square with no edges) they make a fun handout for health fairs. Have you forgotten how to fold it up? No worries! The instructions are on the handout.Print Now
Suggested Age Range: Ages 3+ without cutting; Ages 5+ with cutting; the concept of sugar combined with bacteria is what causes cavities targets older children and adults.
Print and cut out the pieces to make a puzzle. We recommend printing on cardstock paper if available. This puzzle is appropriate for ages 3+ without cutting and 5+ with cutting. Allow 5 minutes if the puzzles are precut and 10 minutes is the students will cut the pieces as part of your exercise. This puzzle demonstrates what can perhaps be a more complex process of how cavities develop. Every mouth has bacteria in it, and sugar feeds the bacteria. That is why keeping sugar off of the teeth reduces cavities.Print Now
Suggested Age Range: Ages 4+.
Kids love mazes! This maze reinforces the importance of fluoride and extends the concept of the fluoride magic shield against cavities. Children need to help the fluoride find the nasty bacteria. In addition to the maze, this worksheet includes the Fluoride 1-2-3 characters, so it would be great to use after a presentation on the importance of fluoride.Print Now
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Bye, Bye Germs
Bye, Bye Germs, captures the imaginations of young kids and gets them excited to brush. Our book is a kid-friendly way to talk to your students about the importance of brushing their teeth twice a day for a minimum of 2 minutes. The book is available on Amazon.com as a Kindle or printed book. To purchase books in bulk, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.