Saturday, February 18, 2012

Kids Tooth Brushing Chart

Whether I'm a mom of two or of six I know that having charts can be very helpful.  Something that makes things a bit easier around here is always welcomed.  :D

Well, I have one for you and it's free! You can print a free chart for your child or for kids in your classroom.  I love anything that promotes positive reinforcement and this definitely works. 

First go to and click on "for kids" or "for teachers" if you have a classroom you'd like to use this for.  I did for kids so I typed in my son's name.

Then I printed the chart.  Super easy and I know your kids will love having a visual of their progress!


Jenny said...

Great idea! I wonder if I have enough wall space for 6 of those charts, though. Hmmmm...

Virginia Revoir said...

I know, I was thinking about the same thing. LOL. I might just put them in a stack, staple the top, then use tacks to put up on bathroom wall.

kids teeth said...

Brushing regularly and maintaining a perfect oral health is considered a very good habit. This habit should be developed since childhood therefore, it is important to teach our kids how to perform good oral hygiene. Once you baby gets, its first tooth you can start brushing.

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