Dental Health Editable Tracing Cards
Simply type in letters, numbers, sight words, CVC words, and more and then use the cards for tracing activity in your writing center.
The kids will have a blast using dry-erase markers to trace on the teeth cards and then toothbrushes to erase their work.
Easy to Differentiate
These tracing cards are very easy to differentiate because they are editable.
You can have students working on writing letters while others are working on writing sight words. Or you can type numbers on them and use them in your math centers.
Meet all your students needs with one activity!
Setting Up the Editable Tracing Cards
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- Dental Health Editable Tracing Cards (button to download at the bottom of this post)
- Dry-erase markers
- Clean, unused toothbrushes
- Write and wipe pockets or a laminator and lamination sheets
You can either cut the cards apart, laminate, and then cut them out again like I did or you can just slip a whole sheet into write and wipe pockets to save time.
That is all you need to do to get these ready for students!
Using the Teeth Tracing Cards
Students will use dry-erase markers to trace the letters, words, or numbers on the teeth tracing cards.
After they finish tracing on the card, they will use a clean, unused toothbrush to erase their work.
This continues for each card they are working on.
This is also a great way to remind students of the need to brush their teeth to keep cavities away.
I hope they have lots of fun with this dental health activity!
Click the button below to get the FREE dental health editable tracing cards.