The late great comedian Mitch Hedberg once said, "It's as hard to quit smoking as it is to start flossing." You don't have to be a smoker to know how true that is. The best way to become a consistent flosser is to start early. Here are three ways you can make flossing fun for your kids:
- Make it a game - Turn flossing into a story or a song and your kids will be excited to do it.
- Give them cool tools - Let your kids pick out their own tools, like brightly colored floss sticks, and they'll be more eager to use them.
- Show their progress - You can put up a chart in the bathroom that tracks their success and give out prizes or rewards.
Any other ideas to get kids flossing? Let us know!