How much candy did your children get last night?!!
How much did they eat?!!
Let’s have a “teaching moment” together!!
If your children were as fortunate as mine was last night, you have a lot of candy at your house. You are, most likely, monitoring the candy intake and ensuring that your children are not overeating and taking care of their health!!
What did your children learn last night?!!
My 3 year old learned about “Trick or Treat”, “Please”, and “Thank You” and he did a great job!! He was the “Black Batman” (don’t ask me why we had to specify that it was black Batman..I have no idea) and he was just overjoyed by everyone being so nice and giving him so much!!
On the way home, he told us that he was the Best Winner Ever!!
Let’s take that generosity one step forward with America’s Toothfairy Halloween!!
Did you know:
- Severe tooth decay is the #1 chronic childhood disease in the United States,
and it’s 100% preventable.
- Research shows that more than 40 percent of American children will suffer from pediatric dental disease before they reach kindergarten. It is the most common chronic childhood illness and can cause pain that disrupts a child’s ability to eat, sleep and learn.
America’s Toothfairy strives to eradicate childhood tooth decay by providing non-profit community programs with the comprehensive resources to deliver critical educational, preventive and treatment services.
Halloween is the perfect time to remind children and adults of the importance of oral health care!!
The National Children’s Oral Health Foundation: America’s Toothfairy is dedicated to eliminating children’s suffering from the #1 chronic childhood disease – severe tooth decay by providing non-profit community programs with the comprehensive resources to deliver critical educational, preventive and treatment services.
For more information about America’s Toothfairy, click http://www.AmericasToothfairy.org.
NCOHF is an independent national nonprofit organization solely focused on eliminating pediatric dental disease. Since it was founded in 2006, the NCOHF Affiliate network of nonprofit pediatric oral health programs has provided comprehensive care to more than one million at-risk children. Thanks to generous corporate underwriters, 100 percent of donations go directly to this Affiliate network and the children it serves.