November 25, 2020

Space Week Night Riddles (11-25-2020)

by Chompers

Background show artwork for Chompers

Which planet is cold, blue and gassy? You'll have to figure out tonight's space riddles to find out.

Transcript

>> Rachel: Welcome back. It’s time for Chompers, your morning and night toothbrushing show. 


Start on the top of your mouth and pick a side. Reach all the way back to your molars.


>> KIDS: 3, 2, 1 BRUSH! (SFX)


>> Rachel: It’s Space Week on Chompers

 

Tonight we’ve got an answer to our SPACE RIDDLE from this morning!


When the sky is dark and starry 

And you want to look at space

You gaze into my lenses

To see a distant place


What am I?


>> KIDS: A Telescope!


>> Rachel: Telescopes are used to help people see things that are too far away to see with just your plain old eyes. 


Switch your brushing to the other side of the top of your mouth (SWITCH SFX).  Make sure not to brush too hard though.


Telescopes can come in all sizes, from small ones, the size of an umbrella, to giant ones, that are bigger than a school bus! (SFX HONK HONK)


There’s even a telescope in space! The Hubble Space Telescope orbits around the earth, taking pictures of outer space. (SFX Picture/selfie).


Switch your brushing to the bottom of your mouth (SWITCH SFX), and make sure you’re reaching allllllll the way back to your molars!


This planet is too far away

To see with just your eyes

It’s cold and blue and gassy

And very large in size


What planet is this? 


>> KIDS: Neptune!


>> Rachel: Neptune is so cold because it’s at the very end of the solar system, far away from the warmth of the sun. The only time we’ve ever sent a spacecraft to Neptune it took 12 years to get there! 



Switch to the other side of the bottom of your mouth and don’t forget those front teeth! 


Here’s another riddle: 


This happens in a thunderstorm

A big electric bolt

But it also happens out in space

And gives a shocking jolt


What is it? 


>> KIDS: Lightning


Scientists think they’ve found evidence of lightning happening on Saturn … the Cassini spacecraft observed it … and here’s what they think it sounds like.


Great job brushing today! 


Come back tomorrow morning for more Chompers and until then, make sure to rinse before you-


>> KIDS: 3, 2, 1 Spit!