Brownies lose a lot of teeth over the years. According to the NHS, each child has 20 baby teeth, and they will all fall out between the ages of 5 and 12 on average.
That’s 2.5 teeth per year, per child.
Say you have 24 Brownies. In any one year, you should expect at least 60 lost teeth. What are the chances that that happens at Brownies, or on a Brownie Holiday?
I know we’ve had a few over the years.
Maybe you should have some of these snazzy badges in stock, just in case…
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