Dental Health Month

February is dental health month. This healthy teeth pocket chart sort is an easy way to start the conversation about healthy teeth. After my kids sort the pictures into "good for your teeth" and "sad for your teeth" categories, I will place this pocket chart in my pocket chart center. I will keep it in the center for a couple of weeks so that each student gets a chance to use it independently. After the kiddos complete the pocket chart, they will create "healthy teeth" and "not healthy teeth" pockets as independent practice. They can take these home to show their parents what they have learned!

For independent practice, my kids will create these "good for your teeth" and "sad for your teeth" pockets. They will put items that promote dental health and items that do not promote dental health in each pocket.

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Crystal McGinnis


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