Use these games to help your kids learn more about their teeth.
Share these tooth-related materials with your kids.
Did your child lose a tooth recently? Fill out this letter, print it and slip it under their pillow for a surprise.
Read this illustrated story about a girl named Kayla Smyle and how she lost her first tooth.
What do kids in other countries do when they lose their baby teeth? Tell your kids about these fun traditions from around the world.
Take these quizzes with your kids to help them learn more about their teeth and how to keep them strong.
Discover your kids' cavity risk level and how to help them prevent cavities.
Test your kids' dental health knowledge.
Give these downloads to your kids to help them build good dental hygiene habits.
These fun bookmarks can help kids keep their place while reminding them to care for their teeth.
Put on your own show about how animals visit the dentist with these fun finger puppets.
Rocky the Fox and Daisy the Bunny are getting ready to go to the dentist, but they need your help in picking out what to wear. Cut out these dolls and dress them in your favorite outfit.
Wear these cool, colorful tattoos on your next visit to the dentist. You just need a sheet of printable temporary tattoo paper. Or simply grab some magic markers and use these ideas as the starting point for your own creations.
Use these tips and techniques to make dental hygiene exciting and fun for kids.
Ask the Tooth Fairy to leave special notes for your child. Compliments about good dental hygiene will be appreciated and remembered.
Use an hourglass timer in the bathroom to ensure that your kids brush their teeth for at least two minutes. They'll enjoy watching the sand drift through the hourglass, and they'll be surprised how quickly they finish brushing.
If your children are feeling nervous about visiting the dentist, ask them to draw a picture or write a story about it. Maybe they can draw a picture of a very brave kid with beautiful, healthy teeth. Or if they like writing stories, they can get writing ideas (or come up with some of their own!).
Make a game out of brushing and flossing. Your child's mouth can be a house, a castle or any building with lots of windows. Have your child "wash" each window carefully, moving all around the building, top and bottom and side to side.
Help your kids learn how to brush and floss correctly — and in a way that's enjoyable for them.
Teach your kids about what their teeth look like and what each tooth is called.
Grin for Kids
Share this magazine full of games, puzzles, stories, crafts and fun facts about kids' teeth and dental care.