>> Rachel: Good morning! It’s time for Chompers, your morning and night toothbrushing show.
Start brushing on the top of your mouth on one side, and make sure to brush the inside, outside, and chewing side of each tooth.
>> Kids: 3 - 2 - 1 BRUSH
>> Rachel: It’s Bodies Week on Chompers and we’re tickling your funny bone with some jokes!
Why did the hands hate the music?
>> KIDS: Why?
>> Rachel: Eh, they just weren’t FEELING it.
(SFX rimshot & laughs)
Your hands can do all kinds of amazing things, but one of the coolest things they can do is speak.
>> KID: huh?
>> Rachel: Sign language is a way to communicate with just your body.
Switch to the other side of the top of your mouth (SFX), and brush your molars all the way in the back too.
You can do sign language right now!
Make a fist with the hand you’re not using to brush your teeth, hold up your fist and pretend like you’re knocking on a door. That means YES in American Sign Language.
Here’s your next joke:
Why did the marathon runner go to the doctor?
>> KIDS: Why?
>> Rachel: She had a runny nose.
Switch your brushing to the bottom of your mouth (SFX), and make little circles around each tooth.
Your nose has three main functions: It helps you breathe (SFX BREATH AH), smell (SFX SNIFF) and taste (SFX SLURP). The mucus in your nose -- you know, snot (SFX SNOT) keeps the air going into your body nice and moist, and also traps bad bacteria that is trying to get in. So if you don’t nose, now you nose.
Switch to the other side of the bottom of your mouth (SFX), and brush your front teeth too.
Alright. Here’s your last joke:
>> KIDS: Who’s there?
>> Rachel: Mustache.
>> KIDS: Mustache who?
>> Rachel: I mustache that you let me in immediately
That’s it for Chompers! Try your jokes out today and see if you get some laughs. And come back tonight for more GUT busting body jokes! Give your mouth a rinse … with water … and don’t forget to...
>> Kids: 3, 2, 1 spit!