Dental Health Math Activity with Tooth Counting and Tooth Fairy Craft
As you complete your dental health study, create this tooth fairy craft during morning work, math centers, or a whole-group lesson on following directions. Practice fine motor and visual-spatial skills as you create a sweet little dental health bulletin board display!
Discuss the number of teeth students have lost. Help students to figure out which tag to use. Students refer to the tags and write their names in the first blank and the number of teeth they have lost in the second blank. Have them cross out the tags they will not use.
As students begin coloring the pieces, pass out the number of teeth students will need. Once students have cut out their teeth and created their fairies, have them bring the project to you for completion. Tape a long piece of yarn to connect the teeth to the tooth fairy’s toothbrush.
Page 1: wings
Page 2: head, hands, toothbrush, legs with feet, tag options
Page 3: body, arms (2 sets)
Page 4: teeth
Book companions include, but certainly are not limited to, the following titles:
Just Going to the Dentist
Going to the Dentist
Happy Tooth Sad Tooth
Dentists and What They Do
The Tooth Book
Brush Your Teeth, Please
Curious George Visits the Dentist
Pete the Cat and the Lost Tooth
The Night Before the Tooth Fairy
I Know Why I Brush My Teeth
Bear's Loose Tooth
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