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Puppet Toothbrushes Gift Set

By The Brushies

$29.95
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They’re not just baby toothbrushes—they’re sidekicks. Momo, Chomps, Pinkey, and Willa are ready to help kids embrace brushing. Made from BPA-free, food-grade silicone here in the USA, this gift set also includes a storybook with playful rhymes and personality. Two moms—one a psychologist and the other a dentist—transformed this chore into an imaginative adventure.

  • Made in the USA: New York, NY
  • Materials: 100% nontoxic, food-grade silicone
  • Care: Wash Brushies with soap and water or in the dishwasher
  • BPA- and phthalate-free
  • Odorless and tasteless
  • Recommended for children 4 weeks to 4 years old
  • Please note: Babies and toddlers should be monitored whenever they have a toothbrush in their mouth
  • Dimensions: 10" x 6" x 2"
  • Weight: 0.9 lb.

7 Reviews (4.5 out of 5 Grommets)

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smaller sizes please

9/26/2017 by JC

I have a 3 year old and almost 1 year old. I think a brush that could nicely fit one of my smaller fingers or my toddler's fingers would be a nice addition to set.More > < Less

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Great start

8/13/2017 by Rose

These are an excellent alternative to toothbrushes for babies. Two problems: 1) it's hard to aim the brushes inside the mouth, so it would be a better product if the brushes went all the way around. 2) when the baby bites, it goes right through to your finger. A bit more stability in the tube would be appreciated.More > < Less

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Tooth-brushing turned entertainment.

About The Brushies

First Brush

More than a baby toothbrush, The Brushies are colorful characters who are eager to help kids embrace brushing.
These Made in the USA, food-grade puppets can put on a show—easily narrated with a related storybook—that engages little ones. Not only will it help them understand the need to brush and how to do it, it just might lessen their all-too-common resistance.

Moms Hilary Fritsch and Colleen Crowley combined their expertise in psychology and dentistry to transform this mundane task into an imaginative adventure.

It’s never too early to usher in good routines. Kids can start as early as four weeks (with help from Mom or Dad) and use Brushies all the way up to four years old. By then, they’ll be glad to graduate to big kid brushes.