Teaching your children the importance of oral health can be tough—especially when it concerns the younger kids. You worry if your little one properly cleans his teeth when he brushes, and you get frustrated when he forgets or neglects brushing time.
Fortunately, Hapee Kiddie suggests a fun way for kiddos to get into the brushing habit and learn all about its benefits—the Hapee Kiddie Plant Tour.
Why a field trip? Well, it is said that going on educational trips is a fun and interactive way to expose youngsters to new stuff. Seeing these up close, in real time, helps them understand how things work and why they do.
Field trips are also a welcome break in a child’s routine. As kids have different learning styles, a different learning environment would have more appeal, ultimately enriching their experience.
A field trip would expose them to sundry professions and ideas that will spark their interest in exciting new directions and eventually lead them to their life passion.
So, aside from the usual trips to the zoo, nature centers, museums and government agencies, a visit at the Hapee Kiddie Plant is one such activity that little kids would definitely learn from.
During their plant tour, children will see the making of Hapee Kiddie Anti-Cavity Toothpaste in action—and learn about Hapee Kiddie’s seven exciting flavors: Strawberry Bloom, Orange Squeeze, Tutti Frutti Twist, Juicy Grapes, Apple Crunch, Bubblegum Pop, and Cookies and Cream Ahoy.
The little ones will also witness firsthand how Hapee Kiddie Anti-Cavity Toothpaste is packed into fun packages that feature much-loved Disney characters like Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Goofy, Donald Duck, Pluto, and Frozen’s Anna, Elsa, and Olaf.
More importantly, the children will learn about proper oral care through fun games and activities—and watch a video on the benefits of having healthy teeth, tongue and mouth.
Finally, the little guests will discover what the recommended amount of fluoride for little kids their age is—1,000 ppm—and that Hapee Kiddie Anti-Cavity Toothpaste complies with this recommendation.
Hapee Kiddie Plant Tours happen on Thursdays and Fridays, and lasts from 30 to 45 minutes. These follow a schedule and are done in groups, so plan ahead with other mommies and daddies or with your kids’ school officials.
Hapee Kiddie’s bonus: no entrance fee is required. Organizers simply have to make a deposit that is forfeited when the scheduled tour group does not show up.
One thing is sure: after the tour, kids become more enthusiastic about brushing time, making the Hapee Kiddie habit of proper oral care an even happier experience.