Just in time for Halloween, an iPad app that teaches kids all about oral hygiene and a fun and entertaining way. Tooth Monster features 3 mini games, a story book and more! For only $4.99 here’s what you’ll get:
Brushing Teeth Mini Game — Learn how to brush your teeth in six simple steps including brushing outside teeth, inside teeth, back teeth and your tongue. You’ll practice your technique by following the arrows and “brushing” the mouth on the screen with your finger. Complete proper brushing for a White Smile Crown stamp.
Hide and Seek — In this playbook you’ll search for hidden friends in six different pictures:
- The Planet Meal
- Explore the Mouth world
- Food Particles
- The Plaque Kingdom
- The Cavity Fighters, Move!
- The Cavity Fighters Win
Each page shows you pictures of they friends you need to find. This game is timed. Whoever finds the pictures most quickly wins! Need help? Click on the “Hints” button and the hidden pictures move slightly.
The Plaque War — In this playbook you’ll earn points as a Cavity Fighter defending the White Smile Kingdom from the invasion of plaque monsters. When food particles are left in the mouth the Plaque monsters make poop. Click on the food particles to call in the cavity fighters to remove the food particles and plaque poop before plaque takes over the kingdom. Win the war on plaque!
Oral Hygiene Songs — songs such as “Cavity Fighters’ Song” and “Plaque Monsters’ Song” are fun to sing along with or enjoy while brushing your teeth.
The Cavity Fighters and the Plaque Kingdom (a fairy tale with illustrations) — This interactive story book tells the story of Jini and Bini’s adventure to the White Smile Kingdom. Plaque Monsters attack trying to build a plaque kingdom. Find out how Jini and Bini handle the invasion. This book has a “record” ability so that mom or dad can record the story in their own voice for a special one-of-a-kind touch.
I love the theme of this app and it couldn’t have come at a better time with all the candy that Halloween brings. It’s great that good habits are being instilled while my kids are having fun playing the games and listening to the story and songs. The games are simple enough that all of my kids (ages 2-5) can enjoy playing them at some level. My youngest likes destroying the plaque poop!
Find out more about Tooth Monster at iTunes.
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