Yup, it is official… there is an app for everything now!
This app is pretty cool and very simple. It is designed to help your child adopt not only the habit of brushing their teeth, but also the recommended routine of 2 minutes of brushing.
The app is called the “Toothsavers Brushing Game” and it was developed for the Kids' Healthy Mouths campaign. Its goal is to help parents to get their kids to brush twice a day for the recommended 2 minutes. With fun graphics, voiceovers and an ongoing system of rewards, this app can be a fun and effective way to get your kids to brush their teeth and to actually enjoy doing so!
Here are some of the cool features:
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The Toothsavers Brushing Game App is available here:
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