Oral Hygiene Checklist
Do you ever find yourself constantly asking your kids, “Did you brush your teeth today?” Do you ever catch yourself having to remind them to floss? You’re not alone. As young kids begin to learn about good oral hygiene, it is usually the parent’s job to remind the kids to stay on track. To help you and your child remember the importance of oral hygiene, we have created a free oral hygiene checklist that includes oral hygiene tips.
Oral Hygiene for Kids
Luckily, we’ve created this printable oral hygiene checklist and chart that will keep your older kids (around age 4 and up) accountable for their own oral hygiene routine. Download this dental hygiene appointment checklist, print it out and post it somewhere in the bathroom within your kid’s reach. After every step of the oral hygiene routine, they can check off the step they’ve completed to keep their smile healthy and clean!
It’s up to you whether or not you want to offer incentives or rewards for a complete week.
There’s also a space to put the date of your next visit with the kid’s dentist, in addition to a space for your kids to create goals for healthy teeth.
Here are some examples of oral health goals you and your child can set together.
- I want to avoid getting cavities.
- I want to floss every day.
- I want to drink 8 glasses of water a day.
- I want to get better at brushing.
- I want to remember to brush my teeth all by myself.
Download Printable Checklist for Oral Hygiene
Click here to download our free checklist!