Teach kids to practice good hygiene by making it fun! Create tututooth brushes and a discovery soap dispenser to encourage kids to brush their teeth, wash their hands, and develop healthy hygiene habits.
Tutu Tulle Toothbrushes Kids’ Craft
Do your kids resist brushing their teeth? These toothbrush tutus are an easy way to make tooth brushing fun and decorate your girls’ toothbrushes so you can tell them apart if they happen to choose the same hello kitty light-up tooth brush. We made these cute toothbrush tulle skirts in just minutes with a strip of tulle and a hot glue gun.
Toothbrush Tulle Skirts
Strips of tulle
Hot glue gun
Fold an 8″ x 4″ strip of tulle in half lengthwise and stitch a piece of thread along the folded edge. Tug on the two ends of the thread to gather the tulle along the thread. Hot glue the gathered tulle around the toothbrush handle. Also glue the ends of the tulle tutu together to form a skirt. Glue on a short piece of trim to cover the seam edge.
Tulle can be washed off and hot glue is waterproof so these cute toothbrush tulle skirts will last a long time!
Decorate kids’ toothbrushes with tulle skirts to encourage kids’ hygiene and make tooth brushing fun!
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Glamour Soap Dispenser
Make hand washing fun with this cute glitterized soap dispenser idea. Kids will love getting their own soap to wash their hands, especially when they can discover hidden treasures floating in the soap. You can refill this soap dispenser over and over, saving money and ensuring your kids’ soap is free of harmful chemicals by only buying the good stuff.
Simply fill a soap dispenser with clear liquid soap and add barbie shoes, small jewels and tiny acrylic flowers. To create an interactive discovery soap dispenser for boys just add legos!
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Other ways to make hygiene fun for kids
Sudsy Dough is an interactive moldable soap made with gentle glycerin soap, shea butter and beeswax. It smells amazing and comes in several fragrances. Sudsy Dough doubles as body wash and a sensory bath activity and each ball has a surprise bath toy hidden inside!
It’s easy to teach kids healthy hygiene habits and you can make it super fun with a little creativity!
Hi, I’m Katie! I live with my husband and 3 kids in beautiful Coeur d’Alane, Idaho. I love Jesus, coffee, DIY projects, photography, homeschooling my kids, traveling, and serving people. I’ve previously worked as a graphic designer, web designer, journalist and barista. I started Create. Play. Travel. to share some of our creative projects and family adventures. I hope you enjoy the highlights of our creative family life!