>> Rachel: Welcome back, it’s time for more Chompers, your morning and night toothbrushing show.
Start brushing on the top of your mouth on one side, and brush the inside, outside and chewing side of each tooth.
>> KIDS: 3, 2, 1 brush
>> Rachel: It’s Poetry Week, and tonight we’ve got more poems written by you Chompions!
Let’s start with Emily’s poem, about a bug! It’s called “Moth Poem.”
They like light,
They come out at night,
But they do not bite.
Hazel’s poem is also about nature. It’s called ‘Grandma’s Back Patio.”
Out there is a garden bed
And a place where there was a pool
There are hiding places that are shady
And I think they are cool.
Switch your brushing to the other side of the top of your mouth, but don't brush too hard.
Here’s a poem from Taylor:
I woke up that day, it was time to play it was time to play oh bother.
That afternoon I popped a balloon, I popped the balloon on my mother.
I went to bed and bumped my head, and stared at my brother." Taylor (boy)
Switch to the bottom of your mouth, and keep on brushing
We were also VERY flattered that some of you Chompions wrote haiku about … US! Like Evie!
My name is Evie
Chompers is the best for me
Because I can brush
Eli also wrote about teeth -- and his poem has a fun twist at the end!
I have teeth
They always shine
I'm so glad
That they are mine
Because I use them
All the time
And they guard my tongue! (From crime!)" Eli
Switch to the other side of the bottom of your mouth, and brush in little circles around each tooth.
Keira’s poem is perfect for when you’re getting ready for bed:
When the sun sets I lay down my head in my bed.
I close my eyes and dream that I am on a balance beam with my gymnastics team.
And Parker and Emma’s haiku reminds us why brushing with Chompers is so important!
I can't brush my teeth
Because my arm fell asleep
Then I'll have black teeth
Good thing you brushed! Now all you have to do is …
>> Kids: 3, 2, 1, SPIT!