Toothbrushing song

Posted by on Sep 15, 2010 in Blogs | 3 comments

Toddler and brush

“Brush Your Teeth”

(to the tune of “Row, Row, Row your Boat”)

Brush, brush, brush your teeth, at least two times a day.

Cleaning, cleaning, cleaning, cleaning, fighting tooth decay.

Floss, floss, floss your teeth, every single day.

Gently, gently, gently, gently, whisking Plaque away.

Rinse, rinse, rinse your teeth, every single day.

Swishing, swishing, swishing, swishing, fighting tooth decay.

* Thanks to the ideas, links, and fun crafts at http://www.teachingheart.net/teeth.html

Do you have any fun songs or rhymes to share? Please let us know what works for you and your family.

3 Comments

  1. That is a fun song, here is another you can check out that I wrote while working with Head Start Children…
    “I’m Gonna Brush My Teeth” helps to teach youngsters that we need to brush our teeth and our tongue everyday because we don’t want “tooth decay, no way”. The children enjoy the hand motions especially the umpire motion of “you’re safe” while stomping their foot on “No way”. It has a light rock beat.

    2. I’M Gonna Brush My Teeth-Dawn Ginese 2003

    I’m gonna brush my teeth (echo)

    Everyday (echo)

    I’m gonna brush my teeth (echo)

    Everyday (echo)

    I don’t want (echo)

    Tooth decay, no way

    I’m gonna brush my teeth (echo)

    Everyday (echo)

    Chorus: Everyday no tooth decay, no way (repeat)

    I’m gonna brush my tongue (echo)

    Everyday (echo)

    I’m gonna brush my tongue (echo)

    Everyday (echo)

    I don’t want (echo)

    Tooth decay, no way

    I’m gonna brush my tongue (echo)

    Everyday (echo)

    Chorus: Everyday no tooth decay, no way (repeat)

    Hope you enjoy, would love to hear from you and get your feedback.
    Sincerely, for Healthy Kids and Families
    The Singing Nurse, Dawn Ginese, RN

    Click on the Music tab to listen

  2. Thank you. Songs can definitely help make brushing more fun.

  3. Absolutely great! This tooth brushing song is commendable for children while teaching them how to maintain the proper oral care. A very encouraging song and this post is highly appreciated. 🙂

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