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Armed with toothbrushes, tooth paste and 14 animated two minute toothbrushing ppts, away you go! Hannah Food Scanner and Super Sugar Smart investigate Tom and Luke's snacking habits, will Sir Ga rot the kids teeth? Written by a dentist, aiming to follow the latest PHE guidelines, helping kids save their smiles!

Armed with toothbrushes, tooth paste and 14 animated two minute toothbrushing ppts, away you go! Hannah Food Scanner and Super Sugar Smart investigate Tom and Luke's snacking habits, will Sir Ga rot the kids teeth? Written by a dentist, aiming to follow the latest PHE guidelines, helping kids save their smiles!
Teeth! 9/14 Sleep, stinky morning breath, breakfast, tooth-rot-bot, ouch! Plaque

Teeth! 9/14 Sleep, stinky morning breath, breakfast, tooth-rot-bot, ouch! Plaque

Stinky morning breath is caused by millions of live bacteria living and growing on our teeth! They may smell stinky! So if we don’t brush our teeth before we go to bed, and especially if we eat sugary foods (or drinks) at bedtime we get stinky morning breath the next morning, so look out! Follows children’s book ‘How to ROT your teeth’ written and illustrated by dentist Catherine Shadwell BDS LDS UK 61908. Relevance to UK National Curriculum: KS1 Science: ’Most of the learning about science should be done through the use of first-hand practical experiences’ Y1:  identify, name, draw and label the basic parts of the human body and say which part of the body is associated with each sense. Pupils should have plenty of opportunities to learn the names of the main body parts (including head, neck, arms, elbows, legs, knees, face, ears, eyes, hair, mouth, teeth) .KS2: find out about and describe the basic needs of animals, including humans, for survival (water, food and air)  describe the importance for humans of exercise, eating the right amounts of different types of food, and hygiene. Pupils should be introduced to the basic needs of animals for survival, as well as the importance of exercise and nutrition for humans. Look after your whole body. and what humans need to stay healthy; Y3: identify that animals, including humans, need the right types and amount of nutrition, and that they cannot make their own food; they get nutrition from what they eat They might research different food groups and how they keep us healthy and design meals based on what they find out. Y4: identify the different types of teeth in humans and their simple functions Pupils might work scientifically by: comparing the teeth of carnivores and herbivores, and suggesting reasons for differences; finding out what damages teeth and how to look after them Y5/6:  describe the changes as humans develop to old age. Pupils should draw a timeline to indicate stages in the growth and development of humans. Y6: recognise the impact of diet, exercise, drugs and lifestyle on the way their bodies function Pupils should learn how to keep their bodies healthy and how their bodies might be damaged – including how some drugs and other substances can be harmful to the human body Pupils might work scientifically by: exploring the work of scientists and scientific research about the relationship between diet, exercise, drugs, lifestyle and health. Aims to follow the UK National Curriculum, and latest Public Health England and Change4life guidelines, but is not endorsed by them, it is an independent publication. “Music: www.bensound.com”
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How to rot your teeth! 12/14 School lunch, After School Snack, After School Birthday Treats

How to rot your teeth! 12/14 School lunch, After School Snack, After School Birthday Treats

Juicy peaches for after school birthday treat are, sweet, delicious, full of goodness and less harmful to your teeth and health than cakes and sweets. Whole fresh fruit is the way to go! Follows children’s book ‘How to ROT your teeth’ written and illustrated by dentist Catherine Shadwell BDS LDS UK 61908. Aims to follow the UK National Curriculum, and latest Public Health England and Change4life guidelines, but is not endorsed by them, it is an independent publication. "Music: www.bensound.com" Relevance to UK National Curriculum: KS1 Science: ’Most of the learning about science should be done through the use of first-hand practical experiences’ Y1:  identify, name, draw and label the basic parts of the human body and say which part of the body is associated with each sense. Pupils should have plenty of opportunities to learn the names of the main body parts (including head, neck, arms, elbows, legs, knees, face, ears, eyes, hair, mouth, teeth) .KS2: find out about and describe the basic needs of animals, including humans, for survival (water, food and air)  describe the importance for humans of exercise, eating the right amounts of different types of food, and hygiene. Pupils should be introduced to the basic needs of animals for survival, as well as the importance of exercise and nutrition for humans. Look after your whole body. and what humans need to stay healthy; Y3: identify that animals, including humans, need the right types and amount of nutrition, and that they cannot make their own food; they get nutrition from what they eat They might research different food groups and how they keep us healthy and design meals based on what they find out. Y4: identify the different types of teeth in humans and their simple functions Pupils might work scientifically by: comparing the teeth of carnivores and herbivores, and suggesting reasons for differences; finding out what damages teeth and how to look after them Y5/6:  describe the changes as humans develop to old age. Pupils should draw a timeline to indicate stages in the growth and development of humans. Y6: recognise the impact of diet, exercise, drugs and lifestyle on the way their bodies function Pupils should learn how to keep their bodies healthy and how their bodies might be damaged – including how some drugs and other substances can be harmful to the human body Pupils might work scientifically by: exploring the work of scientists and scientific research about the relationship between diet, exercise, drugs, lifestyle and health.
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Teeth! 7/14 After school Birthday Treats, After School Snack, TV Snack from 'How to rot your teeth'

Teeth! 7/14 After school Birthday Treats, After School Snack, TV Snack from 'How to rot your teeth'

If everyone brings after school birthday sugary treats for the whole class, perhaps 35 days, or 7 weeks of sugary snacks every day, and if you include the goody bags shared with friends and family how many days do you have sugary birthday treats? Educational creative fiction timed toothbrushing video with activity. Music: https://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music Follows children’s book ‘How to ROT your teeth’ written and illustrated by dentist Catherine Shadwell BDS LDS UK 61908. Aims to follow the UK National Curriculum, and latest Public Health England and Change4life guidelines, but is not endorsed by them, it is an independent publication. Differentiated questions on starter page and differentiated Q&A and activities. Animated, musical backing, narrated. 5-11 years. KS 1/2, health and teeth. Possibly for Early years. Lesson/assembly. UK National Curriculum: KS1 Science: ’Most of the learning about science should be done through the use of first-hand practical experiences’ KS2: find out about and describe the basic needs of animals, including humans, for survival (water, food and air)  describe the importance for humans of exercise, eating the right amounts of different types of food, and hygiene. Pupils should be introduced to the basic needs of animals for survival, as well as the importance of exercise and nutrition for humans and what humans need to stay healthy; Y3: identify that animals, including humans, need the right types and amount of nutrition, and that they cannot make their own food; they get nutrition from what they eat They might research different food groups and how they keep us healthy and design meals based on what they find out. Y4: identify the different types of teeth in humans and their simple functions Pupils might work scientifically by: comparing the teeth of carnivores and herbivores, and suggesting reasons for differences finding out what damages teeth and how to look after them Y6: recognise the impact of diet, exercise, drugs and lifestyle on the way their bodies function Pupils should learn how to keep their bodies healthy and how their bodies might be damaged – including how some drugs and other substances can be harmful to the human body Pupils might work scientifically by: exploring the work of scientists and scientific research about the relationship between diet, exercise, drugs, lifestyle and health.
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How to rot your teeth! 13/14 Hidden sugars, healthy tea time, evening snack, breakfast.

How to rot your teeth! 13/14 Hidden sugars, healthy tea time, evening snack, breakfast.

Investigate hidden sugars and snacking habits with Super Sugar Smart and Hannah Food Scanner, and stop the rot! Follows children’s book ‘How to ROT your teeth’ written and illustrated by dentist Catherine Shadwell BDS LDS UK 61908. Super Sugar Smart and Hannah Food Scanner investigate snacking habits of our heroes, Tom, and Luke, will they stop the rot in time?Aims to follow the UK National Curriculum, and latest Public Health England and Change4life guidelines, but is not endorsed by them, an independent publication. Relevance to UK National Curriculum: KS1 Science: ’Most of the learning about science should be done through the use of first-hand practical experiences’ investigating diet for healthy teeth and body. KS2: find out about and describe the basic needs of animals, including humans, for survival (water, food and air)  describe the importance for humans of exercise, eating the right amounts of different types of food, and hygiene. (investigating diet for healthy teeth and body) Pupils should be introduced to the basic needs of animals for survival, as well as the importance of exercise and nutrition for humans. Look after your whole body.and what humans need to stay healthy; Y3: identify that animals, including humans, need the right types and amount of nutrition, and that they cannot make their own food; they get nutrition from what they eat They might research different food groups and how they keep us healthy and design meals based on what they find out. Y4: identify the different types of teeth in humans and their simple functions Pupils might work scientifically by: comparing the teeth of carnivores and herbivores, and suggesting reasons for differences; finding out what damages teeth and how to look after them. Y5/6:  describe the changes as humans develop to old age. Pupils should draw a timeline to indicate stages in the growth and development of humans. Y6: recognise the impact of diet, exercise, drugs and lifestyle on the way their bodies function Pupils should learn how to keep their bodies healthy and how their bodies might be damaged – including how some drugs and other substances can be harmful to the human body Pupils might work scientifically by: exploring the work of scientists and scientific research about the relationship between diet, exercise, drugs, lifestyle and health. Stop your teeth rotting! Have perfect teeth for life! Plaque grows on teeth! Tooth decay, dentist, how to brush your teeth, a teeth friendly diet, which snacks are bad for your teeth? healthy meals and snacks for teeth! stop the tooth rot! 3D printed teeth are not as good as real teeth Omnivore, herbivore, carnivore and their different types of teeth. wisdom teeth, canine teeth, molar teeth. Molar teeth for chewing.
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Teeth! 10/14 A plan to save smiles, sponsored free sugar ban, red nose labels, scan free sugars,

Teeth! 10/14 A plan to save smiles, sponsored free sugar ban, red nose labels, scan free sugars,

Use the Change4life Food Scanner to scan foods that are likely to contain free sugars, and find the total sugar content!. Fresh whole fruit and whole milk and whole yoghurt contain sugars that are less harmful to health and teeth, described as ‘Trapped sugars’ in this publication. Trapped sugars is not a term used by health care professionals, but it is used in this publication to help describe the difference between sugars that are harmful to teeth and health and those that are less harmful to teeth and health. Follows children’s book ‘How to ROT your teeth’ written and illustrated by dentist Catherine Shadwell BDS LDS UK 61908. Animated, musical backing, narrated. 5-11 years. KS 1/2, health and teeth. Activity lesson/assembly. Relevance to UK National Curriculum: KS1 Science: ’Most of the learning about science should be done through the use of first-hand practical experiences’ KS2: find out about and describe the basic needs of animals, including humans, for survival (water, food and air)  describe the importance for humans of exercise, eating the right amounts of different types of food, and hygiene. Pupils should be introduced to the basic needs of animals for survival, as well as the importance of exercise and nutrition for humans. Look after your whole body. and what humans need to stay healthy; Y3: identify that animals, including humans, need the right types and amount of nutrition, and that they cannot make their own food; they get nutrition from what they eat They might research different food groups and how they keep us healthy and design meals based on what they find out. Y4: identify the different types of teeth in humans and their simple functions Pupils might work scientifically by: comparing the teeth of carnivores and herbivores, and suggesting reasons for differences; finding out what damages teeth and how to look after them Y5/6:  describe the changes as humans develop to old age. Pupils should draw a timeline to indicate stages in the growth and development of humans. Y6: recognise the impact of diet, exercise, drugs and lifestyle on the way their bodies function Pupils should learn how to keep their bodies healthy and how their bodies might be damaged – including how some drugs and other substances can be harmful to the human body Pupils might work scientifically by: exploring the work of scientists and scientific research about the relationship between diet, exercise, drugs, lifestyle and health. Aims to follow the UK National Curriculum, and latest Public Health England and Change4life guidelines, but is not endorsed by them, it is an independent publication. “Music: www.bensound.com”
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Teeth! Part 8/14 Teatime, bedtime snack, chocolatey teeth test, dry tooth brush test.

Teeth! Part 8/14 Teatime, bedtime snack, chocolatey teeth test, dry tooth brush test.

Open wide! Ahh! Chocolate stuck in the fissures or grooves of your back teeth is evidence of snacking on chocolate! And if your toothbrush is dry, you have not brushed your teeth for 5 hours or so! Super Sugar Smart may pop in and visit you! Relevance to UK National Curriculum: KS1 Science: ’Most of the learning about science should be done through the use of first-hand practical experiences’ Y1:  identify, name, draw and label the basic parts of the human body and say which part of the body is associated with each sense. Pupils should have plenty of opportunities to learn the names of the main body parts (including head, neck, arms, elbows, legs, knees, face, ears, eyes, hair, mouth, teeth) .KS2: find out about and describe the basic needs of animals, including humans, for survival (water, food and air)  describe the importance for humans of exercise, eating the right amounts of different types of food, and hygiene. Pupils should be introduced to the basic needs of animals for survival, as well as the importance of exercise and nutrition for humans. Look after your whole body. and what humans need to stay healthy; Y3: identify that animals, including humans, need the right types and amount of nutrition, and that they cannot make their own food; they get nutrition from what they eat They might research different food groups and how they keep us healthy and design meals based on what they find out. Y4: identify the different types of teeth in humans and their simple functions Pupils might work scientifically by: comparing the teeth of carnivores and herbivores, and suggesting reasons for differences; finding out what damages teeth and how to look after them Y5/6:  describe the changes as humans develop to old age. Pupils should draw a timeline to indicate stages in the growth and development of humans. Y6: recognise the impact of diet, exercise, drugs and lifestyle on the way their bodies function Pupils should learn how to keep their bodies healthy and how their bodies might be damaged – including how some drugs and other substances can be harmful to the human body Pupils might work scientifically by: exploring the work of scientists and scientific research about the relationship between diet, exercise, drugs, lifestyle and health. Follows children’s book ‘How to ROT your teeth’ written and illustrated by dentist Catherine Shadwell BDS LDS UK 61908. Aims to follow the UK National Curriculum, and latest Public Health England and Change4life guidelines, but is not endorsed by them, it is an independent publication. "Music: www.bensound.com
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How to rot your teeth! Complete set of 14 two minute toothbrushing educational animated activity

How to rot your teeth! Complete set of 14 two minute toothbrushing educational animated activity

Brush! brush! brush! together and learn about healthy teeth and diet in class or assembly to animated, musical ppt/video. 14 two-minute toothbrushing ppt/videos for classroom or assembly activity each with differentiated questions on starter page and differentiated Q&A and activities. Animated, musical backing, narrated. 5-11 years. KS 1/2, health and teeth. Follows children’s book ‘How to ROT your teeth’ written and illustrated by dentist Catherine Shadwell BDS LDS UK 61908. Aims to follow the UK National Curriculum, and latest Public Health England and Change4life guidelines, but is not endorsed by them, it is an independent publication. “Music: www.bensound.com”
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1/14 How to rot your teeth! Total sugars, trapped sugars, free sugars, plaque, tooth brushing

1/14 How to rot your teeth! Total sugars, trapped sugars, free sugars, plaque, tooth brushing

Less harmful trapped sugars are found trapped within the cellular structure of whole fruit and also in whole milk and whole yoghurt. Trapped sugars is a term not used by health care professionals but is used in this publication to help show the difference between sugars harmful to health and teeth and those sugars less harmful to health and teeth. Preview video shows only part of the ppt Part 1 of 14 two minute tooth brushing ppts/videos each with differentiated questions on starter page and differentiated Q&A and activities. Animated, musical backing, narrated. 5-11 years. Early years and KS 1/2, health and teeth. Lesson/assembly. Total sugars, free sugars, trapped sugars, chhange4life foodscanner app. Brushing and tooth paste. UK National Curriculum: KS1 Science: ’Most of the learning about science should be done through the use of first-hand practical experiences’ KS2: find out about and describe the basic needs of animals, including humans, for survival (water, food and air)  describe the importance for humans of exercise, eating the right amounts of different types of food, and hygiene. Pupils should be introduced to the basic needs of animals for survival, as well as the importance of exercise and nutrition for humans and what humans need to stay healthy; Y3: identify that animals, including humans, need the right types and amount of nutrition, and that they cannot make their own food; they get nutrition from what they eat They might research different food groups and how they keep us healthy and design meals based on what they find out. Y4: identify the different types of teeth in humans and their simple functions Pupils might work scientifically by: comparing the teeth of carnivores and herbivores, and suggesting reasons for differences finding out what damages teeth and how to look after them Y6: recognise the impact of diet, exercise, drugs and lifestyle on the way their bodies function Pupils should learn how to keep their bodies healthy and how their bodies might be damaged – including how some drugs and other substances can be harmful to the human body Pupils might work scientifically by: exploring the work of scientists and scientific research about the relationship between diet, exercise, drugs, lifestyle and health.
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teeth! 11/14 Trapped sugars label, fat and salt, dentist, persuasive Hannah, packed lunch.

teeth! 11/14 Trapped sugars label, fat and salt, dentist, persuasive Hannah, packed lunch.

‘Trapped sugars’ is a term not used by health care professionals and has been used in this publication to help illustrate the difference between sugars that are harmful to teeth and those that are less harmful to health and teeth. Relevance to UK National Curriculum: KS1 Science: ’Most of the learning about science should be done through the use of first-hand practical experiences’ Y1:  identify, name, draw and label the basic parts of the human body and say which part of the body is associated with each sense. Pupils should have plenty of opportunities to learn the names of the main body parts (including head, neck, arms, elbows, legs, knees, face, ears, eyes, hair, mouth, teeth) .KS2: find out about and describe the basic needs of animals, including humans, for survival (water, food and air)  describe the importance for humans of exercise, eating the right amounts of different types of food, and hygiene. Pupils should be introduced to the basic needs of animals for survival, as well as the importance of exercise and nutrition for humans. Look after your whole body. and what humans need to stay healthy; Y3: identify that animals, including humans, need the right types and amount of nutrition, and that they cannot make their own food; they get nutrition from what they eat They might research different food groups and how they keep us healthy and design meals based on what they find out. Y4: identify the different types of teeth in humans and their simple functions Pupils might work scientifically by: comparing the teeth of carnivores and herbivores, and suggesting reasons for differences; finding out what damages teeth and how to look after them Y5/6: ��� describe the changes as humans develop to old age. Pupils should draw a timeline to indicate stages in the growth and development of humans. Y6: recognise the impact of diet, exercise, drugs and lifestyle on the way their bodies function Pupils should learn how to keep their bodies healthy and how their bodies might be damaged – including how some drugs and other substances can be harmful to the human body Pupils might work scientifically by: exploring the work of scientists and scientific research about the relationship between diet, exercise, drugs, lifestyle and health. Aims to follow the UK National Curriculum, and latest Public Health England and Change4life guidelines, but is not endorsed by them, it is an independent publication. “Music: www.bensound.com”
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Teeth! 3/14 Food scanner, look after your whole body

Teeth! 3/14 Food scanner, look after your whole body

Change4 life Food Scanner tells you the total sugars in your foods and drinks! It will also tell you about fat and salt as well! Each ppt with differentiated questions on starter page and differentiated Q&A/ activities. Animated, musical backing, narrated. KS1 Science: ’Most of the learning about science should be done through the use of first-hand practical experiences’ Y1:  identify, name, draw and label the basic parts of the human body and say which part of the body is associated with each sense. Pupils should have plenty of opportunities to learn the names of the main body parts (including head, neck, arms, elbows, legs, knees, face, ears, eyes, hair, mouth, teeth) .KS2: find out about and describe the basic needs of animals, including humans, for survival (water, food and air)  describe the importance for humans of exercise, eating the right amounts of different types of food, and hygiene. Pupils should be introduced to the basic needs of animals for survival, as well as the importance of exercise and nutrition for humans. Look after your whole body. and what humans need to stay healthy; Y3: identify that animals, including humans, need the right types and amount of nutrition, and that they cannot make their own food; they get nutrition from what they eat They might research different food groups and how they keep us healthy and design meals based on what they find out. Y4: identify the different types of teeth in humans and their simple functions Pupils might work scientifically by: comparing the teeth of carnivores and herbivores, and suggesting reasons for differences; finding out what damages teeth and how to look after them Y5/6:  describe the changes as humans develop to old age. Pupils should draw a timeline to indicate stages in the growth and development of humans. Y6: recognise the impact of diet, exercise, drugs and lifestyle on the way their bodies function Pupils should learn how to keep their bodies healthy and how their bodies might be damaged – including how some drugs and other substances can be harmful to the human body Pupils might work scientifically by: exploring the work of scientists and scientific research about the relationship between diet, exercise, drugs, lifestyle and health. Follows children’s book ‘How to ROT your teeth’ written and illustrated by dentist Catherine Shadwell BDS LDS UK 61908. Aims to follow the UK National Curriculum, and latest Public Health England and Change4life guidelines, but is not endorsed by them, it is an independent publication. “Music: www.bensound.com”
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Teeth! 5/14 Sugar Buzz Snack Shack, 3D Tooth printer, Sir Ga Lump, Hidden sugars

Teeth! 5/14 Sugar Buzz Snack Shack, 3D Tooth printer, Sir Ga Lump, Hidden sugars

Part 5 of 14 two-minute toothbrushing ppt/vides each with differentiated questions on starter page and differentiated Q&A and activities. Animated, musical backing, narrated. 5-11 years. KS 1/2, health and teeth. Activity lesson/assembly. Follows children’s book ‘How to ROT your teeth’ written and illustrated by dentist Catherine Shadwell BDS LDS UK 61908. Aims to follow the UK National Curriculum, and latest Public Health England and Change4life guidelines, but is not endorsed by them, it is an independent publication. "Music: www.bensound.com" Relevance to UK National Curriculum: Total sugars, free sugars, trapped sugars, chhange4life foodscanner app. Traffic light food labels. Nutrition: making healthy choices. Pictogram: How much free sugar is too much at each age group. KS1 Science: ’Most of the learning about science should be done through the use of first-hand practical experiences’ KS2: find out about and describe the basic needs of animals, including humans, for survival (water, food and air)  describe the importance for humans of exercise, eating the right amounts of different types of food, and hygiene. Pupils should be introduced to the basic needs of animals for survival, as well as the importance of exercise and nutrition for humans. Look after your whole body. and what humans need to stay healthy; Y3: identify that animals, including humans, need the right types and amount of nutrition, and that they cannot make their own food; they get nutrition from what they eat They might research different food groups and how they keep us healthy and design meals based on what they find out. Y4: identify the different types of teeth in humans and their simple functions Pupils might work scientifically by: comparing the teeth of carnivores and herbivores, and suggesting reasons for differences; finding out what damages teeth and how to look after them Y6: recognise the impact of diet, exercise, drugs and lifestyle on the way their bodies function Pupils should learn how to keep their bodies healthy and how their bodies might be damaged – including how some drugs and other substances can be harmful to the human body Pupils might work scientifically by: exploring the work of scientists and scientific research about the relationship between diet, exercise, drugs, lifestyle and health.
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Teeth! 6/14 Hidden sugars, Sugar Buzz Snack Shack, 3D Tooth printer,  change4life foodscanner app,

Teeth! 6/14 Hidden sugars, Sugar Buzz Snack Shack, 3D Tooth printer, change4life foodscanner app,

A 3D tooth printer that makes colourful sets of teeth! Is Sir Ga trying to rot the kids teeth? Look out for hidden sugars in the ingrediants of your snacks and drinks! Educational creative fiction timed toothbrushing video with activity. School curriculum lesson starter, differentiated Q&A.Music: https://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music Follows children’s book ‘How to ROT your teeth’ written and illustrated by dentist Catherine Shadwell BDS LDS UK 61908. Aims to follow the UK National Curriculum, and latest Public Health England and Change4life guidelines, but is not endorsed by them, it is an independent publication. Part 6 of 14 two minute tooth brushing ppts/videos each with differentiated questions on starter page and differentiated Q&A and activities. Animated, musical backing, narrated. 5-11 years. KS 1/2, health and teeth. Possibly for Early years. Lesson/assembly. Hidden sugars, Sugar Buzz Snack Shack, 3D Tooth printer, change4life foodscanner app, Sir Ga Lump. UK National Curriculum: KS1 Science: ’Most of the learning about science should be done through the use of first-hand practical experiences’ KS2: find out about and describe the basic needs of animals, including humans, for survival (water, food and air)  describe the importance for humans of exercise, eating the right amounts of different types of food, and hygiene. Pupils should be introduced to the basic needs of animals for survival, as well as the importance of exercise and nutrition for humans and what humans need to stay healthy; Y3: identify that animals, including humans, need the right types and amount of nutrition, and that they cannot make their own food; they get nutrition from what they eat They might research different food groups and how they keep us healthy and design meals based on what they find out. Y4: identify the different types of teeth in humans and their simple functions Pupils might work scientifically by: comparing the teeth of carnivores and herbivores, and suggesting reasons for differences finding out what damages teeth and how to look after them Y6: recognise the impact of diet, exercise, drugs and lifestyle on the way their bodies function Pupils should learn how to keep their bodies healthy and how their bodies might be damaged – including how some drugs and other substances can be harmful to the human body Pupils might work scientifically by: exploring the work of scientists and scientific research about the relationship between diet, exercise, drugs, lifestyle and health.
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Teeth! 4/14 Look after your whole body, traffic light labels, How much free sugar is too much?

Teeth! 4/14 Look after your whole body, traffic light labels, How much free sugar is too much?

Sugars that are trapped within the cellular structure of fruit are less harmful trapped sugars. Juicing and pureeing for smoothies, releases the sugars from the cellular structure and they become free sugars, which are more harmful to your health and teeth. Each ppt with differentiated questions on starter page and differentiated Q&A/activities. Animated, musical backing, narrated. UK National Curriculum: KS1 Science: ’Most of the learning about science should be done through the use of first-hand practical experiences’ .KS2: find out about and describe the basic needs of animals, including humans, for survival (water, food and air)  describe the importance for humans of exercise, eating the right amounts of different types of food, and hygiene. Pupils should be introduced to the basic needs of animals for survival, as well as the importance of exercise and nutrition for humans. Look after your whole body. and what humans need to stay healthy; Y3: identify that animals, including humans, need the right types and amount of nutrition, and that they cannot make their own food; they get nutrition from what they eat They might research different food groups and how they keep us healthy and design meals based on what they find out. Y4: identify the different types of teeth in humans and their simple functions Pupils might work scientifically by: comparing the teeth of carnivores and herbivores, and suggesting reasons for differences; finding out what damages teeth and how to look after them Y5/6:  describe the changes as humans develop to old age. Pupils should draw a timeline to indicate stages in the growth and development of humans. Y6: recognise the impact of diet, exercise, drugs and lifestyle on the way their bodies function Pupils should learn how to keep their bodies healthy and how their bodies might be damaged – including how some drugs and other substances can be harmful to the human body Pupils might work scientifically by: exploring the work of scientists and scientific research about the relationship between diet, exercise, drugs, lifestyle and health. Follows children’s book ‘How to ROT your teeth’ written and illustrated by dentist Catherine Shadwell BDS LDS UK 61908. Aims to follow the UK National Curriculum, and latest Public Health England and Change4life guidelines, but is not endorsed by them, it is an independent publication. “Music: www.bensound.com”
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Teeth! 2/14 Trapped sugars, acid erosion, dried fruit: from 'How to rot your teeth', 2 mins tooth b

Teeth! 2/14 Trapped sugars, acid erosion, dried fruit: from 'How to rot your teeth', 2 mins tooth b

Acid erosion is dissolving away of teeth by acids such as fizzy drinks. The enamel surface can get worn away and cannot regrow. Choose water or milk! Ages 5-11 KS1/2 Toothbrushing activity lesson or activity whole school assembly. Part 2: Trapped sugars, acid erosion, dried fruit. UK National Curriculum: KS1 Science: ’Most of the learning about science should be done through the use of first-hand practical experiences’ KS2: find out about and describe the basic needs of animals, including humans, for survival (water, food and air)  describe the importance for humans of exercise, eating the right amounts of different types of food, and hygiene. Pupils should be introduced to the basic needs of animals for survival, as well as the importance of exercise and nutrition for humans. Look after your whole body. and what humans need to stay healthy; Y3: identify that animals, including humans, need the right types and amount of nutrition, and that they cannot make their own food; they get nutrition from what they eat They might research different food groups and how they keep us healthy and design meals based on what they find out. Y4: identify the different types of teeth in humans and their simple functions Pupils might work scientifically by: comparing the teeth of carnivores and herbivores, and suggesting reasons for differences; finding out what damages teeth and how to look after them Y5/6:  describe the changes as humans develop to old age. Pupils should draw a timeline to indicate stages in the growth and development of humans. Y6: recognise the impact of diet, exercise, drugs and lifestyle on the way their bodies function Pupils should learn how to keep their bodies healthy and how their bodies might be damaged – including how some drugs and other substances can be harmful to the human body Pupils might work scientifically by: exploring the work of scientists and scientific research about the relationship between diet, exercise, drugs, lifestyle and health. Follows children’s book ‘How to ROT your teeth’ written and illustrated by dentist Catherine Shadwell BDS LDS UK 61908. Aims to follow the UK National Curriculum, and latest Public Health England and Change4life guidelines, but is not endorsed by them, it is an independent publication. “Music: www.bensound.com”
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FREE Part 1 'How to rot your teeth' animated 2 minute tooth brushing ppt/video

FREE Part 1 'How to rot your teeth' animated 2 minute tooth brushing ppt/video

Less harmful trapped sugars are found trapped within the cellular structure of whole fruit and also in whole milk and whole yoghurt. Trapped sugars is a term not used by health care professionals but is used in this publication to help show the difference between sugars harmful to health and teeth and those sugars less harmful to health and teeth. Preview video shows only part of the ppt Part 1 of 14 two minute tooth brushing ppts/videos each with differentiated questions on starter page and differentiated Q&A and activities. Animated, musical backing, narrated. 5-11 years. Early years and KS 1/2, health and teeth. Lesson/assembly. Total sugars, free sugars, trapped sugars, change4life foodscanner app. Brushing and tooth paste. UK National Curriculum: Tooth brushing: brushing teeth together encourages a group culture of caring for health and teeth. Children learn how they can look after their teeth themselves. Children develop responsibility for their own teeth, and satisfaction from knowing they are looking after their teeth well. Viewers can secretly compare their own daily snacks with those of the school children in the video, and think about the damage that sugary snacks can do to teeth and health. Viewers can then see how the children in the story ‘How to rot your teeth’ changed to snacks that are better for teeth and health. If a whole school brushed their teeth in morning assembly, it should be even more effective at raising awareness of the damage to teeth and health from sugary snacks, and helping children to feel confident and proud of making healthy choices for their own teeth and health. Hopefully peer pressure would have the effect that they encourage each other to care for their teeth. 'Trapped sugar’s is not used by healthcare professionals but is used in this publication to help explain the difference between sugars harmful to teeth and health (free sugars) and sugars less harmful to teeth and health (trapped sugars).
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