Brushing Songs For Kids
Getting kids to brush has got to be one of the most challenging tasks of parenthood. And rightfully so, since kids aren’t a fan of routines. Kids are always happy to learn through rhymes and music- so what better way to teach them? Here are a few brushing songs and rhymes you can sing with your toddler to get them to enjoy their brushing time!
Brush Your Teeth- Raffi
This is a classic and the music is such that your kid is going to be excited at the prospect of brushing his/her teeth any time of the day! The rhyme connects brushing one’s teeth with everyday things like wanting to have fun and hearing a knock at the door. The ‘ch, ch, ch, ch’ is sure to get your kid excited!
Brush, Brush, Brush your teeth
To the tune of row, row, row your boat- this rhyme even includes fighting tooth decay and whisking plaque away. There’s also a mention of flossing- which is also a good habit to incorporate early on. The tune is also one of the easiest rhymes to pick up.
This is the way we brush our teeth
This is one we’re sure your kid already knows the tune of. It is also a good rhyme to help your kids learn how to brush their teeth instead of just why.
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