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Key Stage 2 – Lesson 3 Investigating how teeth decay.

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1 Key Stage 2 – Lesson 3 Investigating how teeth decay

2 Click to edit Master title style Click to edit Master text styles – Second level Third level – Fourth level » Fifth level 6/13/20142 Key Stage 2 – Lesson 3 This is Buddy. He helps us look after our teeth and mouth.

3 Key Stage 2 – Lesson 3 Today Buddy is going to help us investigate how our teeth can decay. First of all can you remember some of the things we need to do to keep our teeth healthy?

4 Key Stage 2 – Lesson 3 Brush our teeth twice a day – morning and night. Brush for at least two minutes every time. Dont swallow toothpaste when we are done – always spit. Avoid snacking on sugary drinks and foods. Drink plenty of water.. Visit the dentist. Eat plenty of fruit and vegetables. Dont rinse.

5 Key Stage 2 – Lesson 3 Brush our teeth twice a day – morning and night. Brush for at least two minutes every time. Dont swallow toothpaste when we are done – always spit. Avoid snacking on sugary drinks and foods. Water and milk are healthy drinks for teeth. Visit the dentist regularly. Eat plenty of fruit and vegetables. Dont rinse after brushing.

6 Click to edit Master title style Click to edit Master text styles – Second level Third level – Fourth level » Fifth level 6/13/20146 Key Stage 2 – Lesson 3 If we dont look after our teeth who can remember what might happen?

7 Key Stage 2 – Lesson 3 Germs build up in our mouths to produce plaque which sticks to our teeth. If the dentist cant repair the hole the tooth may be lost forever. If we dont get rid of the plaque holes can appear in our teeth.

8 Key Stage 2 – Lesson 3 Germs build up in our mouths to produce plaque which sticks to our teeth. If the dentist cant repair the hole the tooth may be lost forever. If we dont get rid of the plaque, holes can appear in our teeth.

9 Key Stage 2 – Lesson 3 Now you are going to see for yourselves how food and drink can cause your teeth to decay. Instead of experimenting on your teeth we are going to use eggs. Just like your teeth, eggs contain large amounts of calcium.

10 Key Stage 2 – Lesson 3 We are going to drop an egg into three different containers which each contain different liquids:

11 Key Stage 2 – Lesson 3 How can we make this a fair test? Which things might we change and which must we keep the same?

12 Key Stage 2 – Lesson 3 Now carry out your experiment using the activity sheet. Write up: -Your experiment aim. -What you will change. -What you will keep the same. -What you think will happen.

13 Key Stage 2 – Lesson 3 Now you have conducted your experiment were going to leave the eggs sat in their containers for the next three days. Every day at the same time you need to record what has happened to your egg and what its appearance looks like.


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