How to brush with Little Brush Big Brush
Hello Mom and Dad
Mom & Dad – Your Kid’s Teeth Need Your Help
Starting from development of their first milk tooth to growing a full set of adult teeth, it’s important to care for their oral hygiene and build good oral habits. Every day, bacteria and acids from food attack the teeth and can cause numerous problems. The simple habit of brushing your teeth twice a day, morning and evening, is enough to keep bacteria at bay and keeping your teeth healthy and strong. As parents, it is essential to teach your children to acquire the right habits from an early age and protect their smiles for life.
Kids oral health 101
A guide for all parents!
How many times have you wondered how to take care of your little ones' teeth? This booklet easily explains how a tooth is made, what foods are friends and enemies of teeth, how to brush your teeth correctly, and provides answers to the 10 main questions that many other parents like you have asked. Remember to consult your dentist or pediatrician to clarify any doubts, periodic checkups are the best way to avoid problems.
Little Brush Big Brush tools
Storybook | Nightly Routines with Brush, Story, Sleep!
Do you read bedtime stories to your little ones every night? Make brush time part of that nightly routine with brush, story, sleep. Little Brush Big Brush continues their adventure in this e-book. There are 21 chapters, so you can read 1 to your kid every night and build the good habit of brushing day and night.
Some activities and useful materials to carry out at home with your child.
21-Day Brushing Calendar Printout
Brush your teeth together for 21 days and mark it with a felt-tip pen on the calendar. This simple activity carried out for 21 days will allow you to create a routine and make brushing a habit in your child's daily life.
Pro-tip: Print it out and hang it in your bathroom to make it a fun and addictive game between parents and children. Let’s see who is better at keeping good oral habits!
Day and Night Stickers
These sun and moon stickers will help you keep track of progress on your 21-day brushing calendar. Print them on sticky paper or cut them out and stick them on the calendar boxes with glue or tape. Brushing your teeth will be even more fun!
Running out of ideas to keep them busy? Here’s a game they can play on their own. Print and cut out the sheets with Little Brush Big Brush characters, place them randomly on the map, start the memory test!
21-Day Brushing Certificate
Completed all 21 days of day and night brushing? That’s impressive! Print out this certificate to congratulate your little one. They’re on the road to a healthy smile for life!