Arthurlie Family Centre

Arthurlie Family Centre’s Dentist in Zickety Dickety Room.



Role play is a fantastic way for dental practices and oral health educators to demonstrate what happens during a routine dental check-up. It’s important that children learn to get used to the environment of a dental practice from an early age, and get rid of any nervous they may have about visiting.

Our Learning

Children’s learning has benefited from a dentist role play area being developed when the children shared their ideas with others. The children planned the dentist role play area and decided it needed a toothbrushes, a computer and some newspapers.

“We don’t have toothbrushes for the patient.” One child lead the play and used a wooden lollipop stick and glued a feather on it. “I’ve made a toothbrush.”  Another children then made their own toothbrush by modeling paper, folding it to make the shape of a toothbrush.



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