Thursday, January 31, 2008

Healthy Teeth Lapbook

Hurray, we are done with our Healthy Teeth lapbook.

We laughed, we played but most importantly we learned.

Our bible verse for this unit was 1Corinthians 10:31 "Therefore, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God."

Under the topic of dental health we covered...

  • Why God gives us teeth

  • Parts of the tooth (teeth anatomy)

  • Types of teeth and their jobs

  • Numbers of each tooth in our mouths

  • The job of the dentist

  • 4 steps to healthy teeth

  • What role nutrition plays in dental health

  • and much, much,more

We counted each others teeth, we went toothbrush shopping, we experimented with what causes cavities, we learned about the different ingredients that make up toothpaste, we visited the dentist and got a clean and healthy teeth report. We learned the proper way to brush and floss, and how to know when we need a new toothbrush.

We really did have a lot of fun. Here is a list of some of the resources that we used for this study.


Bippo Visits the Dentist by Edward L.Donaldson, Jr., DDS
The Prince’s Tooth Is Loose by Harriet Ziefert
The Berenstain Bears Visit the Dentist by Stan & Jan Berenstain
Little Bear Brushed His Teeth by Jutta Langreuter
Eating Right by Helen Frost
The Dairy Group by Helen Frost
The Grain Group by Helen Frost
The Vegetable Group by Helen Frost
The Fruit Group by Helen Frost
The Meat and Protein Group by Helen Frost
The Fats, Oils, and Sweets by Helen Frost
Your Teeth by Helen Frost
We Need Dentist by Lola M. Schaefer
Brushing My Teeth by Elizabeth Vogel
Why Should I Brush my Teeth by Louis Spilsbury
Doctor De Soto by William Steig
Brushing Well by Helen Frost
Beavers And Other Animals With Amazing Teeth by Susan Labella
Open Wide by Laurie Keller

The Tooth Science Models
Play Food
5 A Day Pack
Food Groups Chart
Please take care of your teeth by Scott Whitney


I will post a video of our lapbook sometimes later today, Check back for that.

1 comment:

jenny-up the hill said...

Very nice plan! My daughter and I are working on a Dental Lapbook for her co-op class and this post has been very helpful!