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Entertaining and Educational Games, Jokes and Activities for Kids

This page contains links to various websites that offer entertaining and educational games geared just for kids.  These links are provided as a courtesy to our members and are not intended as an endorsement by the companies and/or organizations that appear.  We also ask that you carefully follow the copyright and trademark guidelines of each website.

Jokes For Kids


Did you know the toothbrush was invented in Kentucky??
Yeah, from any other state it would have been called the TEETHbrush...


The dentist gave his patient a lecture on the importance of proper dental hygiene.
He then asked him, "Have you been flossing religiously?"
"Well," the man hedged, "I floss more often than I go to church."


Q:  What has teeth but cannot eat?
A:  A comb


Q:  What did the dentist do when the judge came in for an appointment?
A:  He removed his tooth, the whole tooth and nothing but the tooth...


When a new dentist set up in a small town he quickly acquired a reputation of being the latest kind of "Painless" dentist.
But a local lad quicky disputed this.  "He's a fake!"  he told his mates.
"He's not painless at all. When he stuck his finger in my mouth I bit him - and he yelled like anyone else."


Q:  What game did the dentist play when she was a child?
A:  Caps and robbers
Q:  What does a dentist do on a roller coaster?
A:  He braces himself


Q:  What did the dentist see at the North Pole?
A:  A molar bear


Q:  What was the dentist doing in Panama?
A:  Looking for the Root Canal


Q:  What did the tooth say as the dentist was leaving the room?
A:  Fill me in when you get back
Q:  What's the difference between a dentist and a New York Yankee fan?
A:  One yanks for the roots and the other roots for the Yanks.


Q:  What time was the Vampire's dentist appointment?
A:  Tooth-Hurty (2:30)


A little boy was taken to the dentist.  It was discovered that he had a cavity that would have to be filled.
"Now, young man," asked the dentist, "what kind of filling would you like for that tooth?"
"Chocolate, please," replied the youngster.


What did the dentist say to the computer?
This won't hurt a byte

Safe Links to Other Fun Dental Related Sites

Visit the Dentist with Marty


This is a link to the American Dental Association's Visit the Dentist with Marty Interactive Story.

American Dental Association® Games & Puzzles Page


This is a link to the American Dental Association's Games & Puzzles page.  Some of the games are:
  •   Match-A-Tooth
  •   Dental Space Odyssey
  •   To Tell the Tooth
  •   Connect the Dots
  •   Crossword Puzzle
  •   Maze
  •   Word Scramble
Some of these activities are downloadable in a ‘PDF’ file format.  Others are interactive games and may require an adult to download the ‘Macromedia Shockwave Player’.

Kids - Always check with an adult before downloading anything!

Do You Know the signs of gum disease?

  •   Bleeding gums (even when you brush)
  •   Red, swollen or tender gums
  •   Loose teeth
  •   Persistent bad breath
  •   Receding gums
  •   Teeth that suddenly fit together differently when biting.
If you have any of these symptoms, call your dentist as soon as possible!

Studies show that kids who chew sugarless gum have less cavities!

Chewing gum increases the flow of saliva which decreases acidity in the mouth.

The act of chewing helps clean plaque build-up.

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