Tooth Fairy Day
Are you prepared to celebrate National Tooth Fairy Day with your kiddos? This upcoming Monday, February 28th, is the first of two National Tooth Fairy Days in 2022, and we want to help make it memorable. We believe that one of the best ways to celebrate is through education, and we’ve got a few great books on the Tooth Fairy for you:
We also recommend all books, games, and resources from the Brushalot team! We had the chance to feature them in a previous Facebook Live, and we think the world of their material. They do such a fantastic job of creating a joyful and imaginative narrative within dental care!
We know that losing teeth can be scary for children, but we want to make it fun! Join in our celebration of National Tooth Fairy Day on February 28th!
As you know, February is quickly coming to a close, and that means National Children’s Dental Health Month is wrapping up as well. Fortunately, the importance of dental health is something worth celebrating all year long! As a parent, installing the importance of dental health in your child can feel daunting, but we are here to help!
We’ve taken the time to find some great resources that are available to you for free today! Visit the Arkansas Dental Associates website to find crosswords, coloring sheets, calendars, and drawing activities. We think these are great educational resources, and we hope you’ll take advantage of them and let us know what you think!
Celebrating Black History Month with PDAO
With February and National Children’s Dental Health Month coming to a close, we know that Black History Month is also concluding. We believe Black History is worth celebrating all the time, and we hope you’ll join us in continuing to educate yourself.
To promote education on the topic, we’ve been sending out fun and educational resources weekly. Here are a few more before the month wraps up:
- Can Kids Change The World? Black History Month Scholastic
- Teaching Your Child About Black History with PBS
- Sesame Street Teaches About Racism
- Family Education’s Children’s Books on Race and Racism
- Kids Academy Resources
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