Do your kids ask “Why is soda bad for your teeth?” Or the ever popular “Why can’t I have all the soda I want?” Well mine do. Non. Stop.
See if you’re an adult than you instantly cry “Yes!” to the first question and list many reasons why. However, if you’re a little kid, you don’t automatically know. My kids have been asking why I don’t let them have sodas more often, after all they’re so “yummy.”
Finally I decided to show them. The full details of “Why is soda bad for your teeth?” are over at The Studio. Here I wanted to highlight a bit more science.
The acidity in most sodas will erode the enamel of your teeth. While the sprite you see in the picture doesn’t turn your teeth brown like coke does, but it still erodes your enamel.
But, all in all after doing this experiment I’m not getting as many requests for soda. Isn’t that tooth gross?
Let’s see what others did this week:
Each week I’m spotlighting a few posts that were shared previously. Many posts get linked up later in the week and they don’t always get as many clicks as they deserve, so I’m trying to spotlight a few every week.
I actually pinned this post from Highhill Homeschool twice, once under Flying Creatures, and a second time under Creation to Christ. I can use the idea of studying silk worms in both of those studies.
Peace, Love, and Homeschool shared about building a rocket. I had to laugh when she said her son had almost finished building it before she got her camera out. I felt her pain.
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