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Brush better with Tooth Tunes

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Tooth Tunes makes brushing fun

Getting kids to brush their teeth before school or at the end of the day doesn’t have to be a chore — for parents or for kids. Tooth Tunes gives kids a fun way to practice good brushing habits by using popular, catchy songs in the brushes. The easy-to-grasp handles and buttons that even the smallest fingers can turn on themselves make Tooth Tunes a great choice for kid-friendly brushing.

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Encourage correct brushing

My kids have never needed reminders about brushing their teeth. From a very young age they’ve loved toothbrushes and toothpaste — even after they graduated from the sweet, baby paste to mint flavors. For a long time, though, I needed to do a quick once-over with their brushes when they were finished. Both of them had a tendency to brush for a short amount of time, normally in the front and bottom, and then spend a lot of their brushing time spitting and rinsing.

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Tooth Tunes help kids brush the full amount of time recommended by dentists — two minutes per brushing session. The songs play for two minutes, so all the kids have to do is flip the switch immediately before brushing and continue until the music stops. The first few times, they were surprised at how long two minutes seemed, but they’ve gotten used to it.

Start good brushing habits early

Tooth Tunes Junior is for kids ages 3 and up. Kids can brush to the ABCs or to “The Brushing Song,” and it’s a fantastic way to let kids feel more in control of their own hygiene. If you have a younger child who feels a little left out while older brothers and sisters are taking care of their own bedtime routines, Tooth Tunes Junior will help.

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serious Tooth Tunes Junior brushing

Turn your bathroom into a dance party

Tooth Tunes help wake up your kids in the morning, and the fun music turns bedtime into a mini dance party. As long as they’re brushing, I don’t mind if the kids press the button an additional time or two. I sometimes have to remind them that the brush isn’t a microphone, but I’ve noticed their actual brushing involves more teeth. They really do pay attention to the two-minute brushing period!

Tooth Tunes Instagram Sweepstakes!

Tooth Tunes and Radio Disney Music Awards are hosting an Instagram Sweepstakes to WIN a trip for four to the Radio Disney Music Awards!

  • SMILE! Photos should show off your best “Tooth Tunes smile.”
  • You must use the hashtag #RDMAToothTunes to be eligible to win.
  • In order for your Entry to be valid, your Instagram Account must be public and viewable.
  • One winner will be randomly selected on March 31, and will receive a three-day, two night trip to the Radio Disney Music Awards for four people.  (A prize worth $4,000!)
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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Tooth Tunes.

Meet the Author | Angela Amman

Angela Amman is a short story and essay writer. Collecting her family's stories is a gift-in-progress for her daughter and son, and she blogs at Playing with Words, capturing the craziness and beauty that weave together to create something extraordinary. As the co-director of Listen To Your Mother Metro Detroit, Angela is thrilled to bring others' stories to the stage and to celebrate the magic of words, storytelling, and the courage to share that magic with an audience. When she should be sleeping, she works on her latest short story collection. Her writing has been featured on Mamalode, Peacock Journal, and Scary Mommy. Her personal essays and short stories have appeared in her collection, Nothing Goes Away, and various anthologies.

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