Sweet Tooth {Dental Health}

Among a million other things, February is Dental Health Month.  Get your kiddos excited about brushing and taking care of their pearly whites...
Have your students write about what it would be like to be the Tooth Fairy:
{The Rock taught us that boys can be Tooth Fairy too... just leave the tooth plain!}


Help your kiddos keep track of brushing:
Write about ways to keep teeth clean:
Mix and match the patterns and writing prompts to make whatever kind of project you want :)  Included in sweet tooth {a craftivity}, you will get both the tooth fairy and toothbrush patterns, 4 writing prompts, the brushing "tracker," and a tooth fairy application... all for $1.50.  Pick it up at my TpT store!


Whew!  I am thrilled to say that I *flew* past 500 followers and made it to 600+!  I think that means a giveaway is in order :)  I'll be back tomorrow with details, and some linky party fun!

21 comments

Jennifer said...

Love it!! Super cute!!

Jennifer
The First Grade Dream

Hadar said...

SHUT UP!!!!!!!!!! That is uh-freakin-dorable!!!!! I barely even saw the first image and I was already in love. Now I'm a little upset about all the 3-day weekends....wait, who am I kidding?? no I'm not!

Lisa Lizak and Beth Wright said...

OMG!!! Can you make cuter stuff?!?! This is ADORABLE, as always :)

Lisa :)
Made In The Shade In Second Grade

Sara said...

ADORABLE!!! These might be my fave...

Sara
Kindergarten is A Hoot

applesandabcs said...

I had no idea that it was Dental Health Month!!! Maybe I'll do it next month :) I am totally going to make these!!!! so cute!!

Michelle
Apples and ABC's

Katherine said...

LOVE!!! :)

Courtney Bartlett said...

This is so cute! It's a shame that the shortest month of the year is the one with the best stuff to do. Love all your creations. I just made your football player on Friday and, needless to say, my boys were thrilled. Thanks!

Swimming into Second

Primary Junction said...

These are adorable! You are the QUEEN of the craftivities! :-)

Kayla
Primary Junction

Erin said...

Way TOO cute! I LOVE this! Could I possibly be changing my plans for Friday?! Maybe...

Erin
Creating & Teaching

Jen R. @ The Teachers' Cauldron said...

ahhhhh!!!!! Those are so cute!!!!

Alisha said...

So super, duper cute! I did your football player {still need to post pics} and heard a co-work say, "Oh, I wanted to do that! I've seen it all over pinterest." I laughed and thought, HA! I know the designer!:) We are bloggin' buddies! {No one at my school knows I blog!)

We Teach Like A Rockstar said...

Thanks for sharing! I cannot wait to do this in my classroom...sometime this month!

Traci said...
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Traci said...

OMG That is just WAYYYYY too cute!
LOVE IT! I stopped doing tooth stuff cuz I didn't like any of it... but now... you've opened my eyes!
Dragonflies in First

Caitlin said...

Super Cute!!

Caitlin
Kindergarten Smiles

Heather's Heart said...

You have cuteness coming out the wazoo! I wish some of your crafty cuteness would rub off on me! =)

Thank you so much for sharing all you do with us. There are going to be TONS of kiddos having fun with teeth brushing because of you...especially after they eat all of the Valentine's candy! =)

You are the CRAFT QUEEN!

Heather
Heather's Heart

Mrs. Wheeler said...

LOOOVE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

www.mrswheelerfirst.blogspot.com

Ebuck said...

I am IN LOVE with that toothbrush! =)

Emily
Second Grade Silliness 

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Jack said...

Great activity for children to understand the importance of teeth.

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Sumit Shah said...

It is also important to maintain a good oral hygiene and cultivate good dental habits in your child to avoid any problems in future. There are some really good dental clinics which ensure to provide painfree dental treatments for your child.

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