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  1. My son is such a challenge to get to brush his teeth. He’s 9, so it comes down to: do it or you’re grounded! LOL. But I do try to keep it fun. It really IS all about the toothbrush and the toothpaste at his age. He’s also picky about toothpaste, so I’ll have to try out the Cavity Zapper Toothpastes!

  2. Hehehehe I have the only child in the world that is obsessed with brushing her teeth! It’s almost crazy how much she enjoys it… We have to take her tooth brush away from her to get her to stop brushing… And then it’s temper tantrum city until she finds something else that catches her eye lol… These are definitely some great tips though! I’m also loving that the tooth paste you posted is natural 🙂

  3. These are really great tips to teach kids to brush their teeth. Alyssa really likes to brush her teeth but we have to work with Abby to get her to brush really well. I’m going to try some of your tips and see if we can’t encourage her to brush without it being such a hassle. Thanks so much for sharing, we prefer natural toothpaste.

  4. We really struggle with brushing teeth in our house. I probably should do a sticker chart or something, but I’m not that motivated 🙂 I’m definitely loving this toothpaste though. We don’t use flouride in our house so learning about another natural toothpaste is great!

  5. Omg so funny you’re talking about this now. I spent a good 2 hours on eBay last night (I know…) looking at toothbrushes and toothpaste from around the world. Natural bristles, natural toothpaste, cool looking toothbrushes (clear one’s, white ones, you name it). I’ve started to become quite serious about my oral hygiene this year ever since I got a 1/2 crown on my tooth late last year 🙁 🙁

  6. How fun to have a singing toothbrush!! I had no idea that they made those and with great song selection! Oral health is important and easy to go to the wayside as kids and as adults!

  7. These are all great tips! I love the idea of using reward charts and wish I had done this when my child was younger. I’ll certainly have to check out the toothpaste for adults. Lately, I’ve been leaning towards using more natural products and the benefits have been noticeable. Good stuff!

  8. We use different brand of toothpaste but I would like for them to try this. I will look for it in the store next time we need one. Flossing is something that we always do after brushing our teeth.

  9. I know if I like a toothbrush that plays a song while I’m brushing my teeth, then I know the kiddies will. Those are so much fun, and I like character toothbrushes too; I have one shaped like a panda bear that I don’t use because I like it too much. Another fancy toothbrush that I had that older kids might like is a Bling Toothbrush. I won one in a giveaway, and my sweetie liked the way it looked so he repossessed it. He doesn’t even use it…it’s like on display.

  10. These are all great tips. What works for me, is doing it as a family affair. Cute toothbrushes never hurt either.

  11. These are great! I work with kids with disabilities, and I can’t tell you how important it is for them to be able to choose their own toothbrush and toothpaste (and even rinsing cups, etc). We would always work one part of the mouth at a time, otherwise some kids will just do the front and call it a day. 🙂

  12. PuffyBiggler says:

    These are great tips for all ages, LOL. Thanks for sharing!