We are always looking for new ways to make brushing teeth more fun! I’ve found that the more fun the kids are having while brushing their teeth, the cleaner their teeth get. With Tooth Tunes it’s a double win. They have fun and their teeth stay healthy! Arm & Hammer Tooth Tunes, and Tooth Tunes Jr., feature one of a kind technology that streams sound vibrations from the bristles of the toothbrush through the teeth, allowing kids to hear the music while they brush… for a full two minutes.
Tooth Tunes are a fun way to brush. Each toothbrush plays a popular song of your choosing for 2 whole minutes. Two minutes is the optimum time recommended to get your teeth sparkling clean.
For my three girls we have One Direction “What makes you beautiful” <— That is actually the one that the 4 year old chose. She loves that song! She is having her 11 year old sister use it though and then she sneaks in and listens to her toothbrush!
The other ones we have are “The 50 States Song” for the little one. It’s from their junior toothbrush selections. So really she is learning and keeping her teeth clean… really cool!
Lastly, my 14 year old is using the “ROCK AND ROLL ALL NIGHT” by Kiss. Seriously I would use that one!
Take a second and check out the other songs they have available… maybe they have your child’s favorite song! You can see them all here.
I love catching the little one in moments of joy! This was right after I gave it to her and showed her it plays music! She instantly wanted to go brush her teeth! Parenting win!
But not before listening to the whole song…
And then breaking into a little dance! Love that I was able to catch it all in these pictures!
Who knew that a new toothbrush could make a fun memory!
Arm & Hammer Tooth Tunes, or Tooth Tunes Jr., toothbrushes will help kids look forward to those two minutes of brushing after devouring the candy they found on their Easter egg hunt. These toothbrushes will help teach healthy habits and give your child a brighter, whiter smile right from their Easter basket.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Tooth Tunes.