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MAM has generously sent my little one a MAM Learn to Brush Set. Nathan loves to brush his teeth and always looks forward to it. Thanks to MAM Learn to Brush, it has really helped Nathan brush his teeth better than before. We first used the longer handle brush so that I can hold the brush with him to teach him the motions. After a couple of weeks, he started using the shorter handle brush by himself.
MAM Learn to Brush Set is MOM approved because
- It’s BPA free
- Includes two brushes, one for learning (long) and one for self brushing (short)
- It has round heads which adapt perfectly to child’s mouth
- It ensures toddler is using the right amount of toothpaste thanks the red bristles in the middle of the brush indicate how much toothpaste is needed
- It has a 2 step learning system
- Step 1 training brush (long handle) enables parents and babies to hold the brush together
- Step 2 first brush enables self brushing while imitating parents
- Bristles are soft
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Nathan loves to brush his teeth to this song with Elmo!
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