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Teeth

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Science KS2

Science KS2

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  • 1. Can I learn about teeth and their purpose?
  • 2. Mind map your ideas…
  • 3. There are four different types of teeth. Use a mirror to find these in your mouth… molar pre molar Incisors and canines Teeth are made from a hard substance called enamel
  • 4. incisors canines molars pre molars Cut and bite tear rip Chew, Crush grind What do the different teeth do? Draw and label the teeth…
  • 5. Where are these teeth?
  • 6. How can I look after my teeth? Can you make any suggestions? Brush your teeth twice a day to remove plaque and to protect your gums Try not to eat too many sweets Visit the dentist twice a year
  • 7. Plaque is produced by bacteria. Plaque damages the enamel of our teeth (the outer layer). It can also attack our gums!
  • 8. What foods are good for our teeth?
  • 9. Foods that cause tooth decay
  • 10. So what do I do to keep my teeth healthy? Brush regularly Visit the dentist Floss Eat sensibly Look after your gums
  • 11. How are animals teeth different and why? Why are these teeth different to ours?
  • 12. Task: Make a poster about how to keep your teeth healthy
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