March 14, 2023

Mythical Creatures Week Morning I Spy (3-14-2023)

by Chompers

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Today's I Spy takes place underwater. Let's SEE if you can spot these mythical SEA creatures!

Where to Listen


>> Rachel: Hey, we’re glad you’re back! It’s time for Chompers, your morning and night toothbrushing show. 

It’s Mythical Creatures Week! Today we’re talking about mythical creatures. Those are make-believe, imaginary animals and we’re gonna play I Spy! I’ll describe an object that I Spy, and you have to shout out what it is! 

Start brushing on the top of your mouth on one side, and make sure to get the inside, outside and chewing side of each tooth. 

 >> KIDS: 3, 2, 1 Brush! 

>> Rachel: Today’s I Spy takes place underwater.

Here we go: I'm deep in the ocean. Oh look! A school of fish is swimming by. Now I see a squid with HUGE tentacles. It’s really, really big!  As big as an entire ship!

Which mythical creature do I spy?

>> MATT: The Kraken!

>> Rachel: The Kraken.

Switch to the other side of the top of your mouth, and brush in little circles around each tooth. 

If you haven’t heard of the Kraken, don’t be surprised -- it’s not real after all!

The Kraken is said to look like a squid or octopus, but way bigger.  One legend says the Kraken was so big sailors sometimes confused it for an island!

Another legend says that the Kraken would use its POOP to attract fish to come closer to it ... so it could eat them!


Switch to the bottom of your mouth, and don’t brush too hard.

Let’s swim on to your next I Spy: 

Now I see a big snake-like creature with a tail. It looks like an underwater dragon, but it has a long neck, a small head, and humps on its back.

What mythical creature do I spy?  Shout it out! 

>> MATT: The Loch Ness Monster!

>> Rachel: The Loch Ness Monster.

Switch to the other side of the bottom of your mouth, and give your tongue a brush too!

The Loch Ness Monster’s nickname is Nessie.

Nessie gets her full name from the lake she supposedly lives in, Loch Ness, in Scotland. 

Many people claim they’ve spotted Nessie but there’s still no real proof -- the photographs you may have seen of her were proven to be fake.

You really worked your magic on today’s I-spies. Come back tonight for more, and don’t forget to -  

>> KIDS: 3, 2, 1 spit!