teeth_assembly

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1. Prynhawn da, pawb a croeso. Good afternoon everybody and welcome to Class 2’s assembly. 2. We shall start by singing “He made me”. 3. We have been learning about our teeth, and how to keep them healthy. We have been lucky enough to have had visits from a dentist and a nurse - they told us lots of interesting things. We have even watched videos about teeth. 4. We know that children have 3 types of teeth. This is a molar, they are at the back of our mouths, and they help us chew our food. (Eat apple and show chewing) 5. This is a canine; they are at the side of our mouths and help us tear our food. (Eat apple show tearing) 6. This is an inscisor; they are at the front of our mouths and help us bite! (Eat apple show biting) 7. Having a clean mouth is important. In addition to being healthier, it gives you fresh breath and a nicer smile. (SMILE) 8. When you eat, bits of food, some too small for you to see, remain in your mouth. They feed bacteria that grow in a sticky film on your teeth. This film, called plaque, is the main cause of
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This note was uploaded on 11/30/2011 for the course INBIO 276R taught by Professor Johngardner during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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