Welcome back to another Freebie Friday! Taking a short break from the Bible based printable packs so I can further organize my ideas and look for the best clipart. I really want to do a pack based on the Tower of Babel so, that one will be coming up soon! In the meantime, I want to share a toddler toothbrushing chart that I recently created for Squeaker. We’re going to be setting up her first visit to the dentist soon and while we’ve done pretty well with tooth tissues, I want her to get in the habit of brushing her teeth. And since she’s loves everything “Owaf” that’s the theme we went with.
We have a step stool next to the sink so she can get level with it. While she’s not completely brushing her teeth independently, she will brush her teeth after I’ve brushed them for her. Still, I think those first steps are just as important so we can establish good toothbushing habits.
Our next step will be to find a spot on the wall in the bathroom or put the chart on one of the walls in her bedroom, so she can keep track of when she’s brushing her teeth.
As you can see, it’s pretty simple.
We’re in the midst of transitioning her nursery themed room into a little girl’s room as we recently got a toddler bed for her. That is a Winnie the Pooh themed bed, so I’m thinking of doing a general Disney themed room. One wall will be Winnie the Pooh, one wall will be Disney Princess and one wall will be Olaf.
The fourth wall we’ll use for her charts.
>>>> Toddler Toothbrushing Chart <<<<
If you’re having issues with the download link, please let me know and I’ll be happy to e-mail it to you.
Next week, I’ll have a personal hygiene chart that’s meant for preschoolers and elementary age children. You can also use it for children with special needs and/or children who may need a visual schedule to help keep them on track.
How do you help your toddler with toothbrushing?
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