July 22, 2019

Everybody Week Morning Quiz

by Chompers

It’s Everybody Week on Chompers! This week we’ll be talking about ACCESSIBILITY, and we're starting things off with a quiz!

Transcript

[THEME SONG BEGINS]


>> RACHEL: Good morning, it's time for Chompers, your morning and night toothbrushing show. 


Start brushing on the top of your mouth, and brush the inside, outside, and chewing side of each tooth.


>> KIDS: 3, 2, 1 brush!


>>RACHEL: It’s EVERYBODY WEEK!


>>KID: Every Body.


>>RACHEL: And this week we’ll be talking about ACCESSIBILITY, and what it means to be disabled. Accessibility is when something is made so that EVERY-BODY can use it. 


People’s bodies come in all shapes and sizes and how they do things can be different. Some people see really well without wearing glasses. Other people wear glasses to help them see, and some people can’t see at all. 


So- we’re going to start Everybody Week with a quiz!


[QUIZ THEME] 


Switch your brushing to the other side of the top of your mouth…


[SWITCH BELL]


>> RACHEL: -and don’t forget the molars in the way back. 


So the question is: which of these things makes a building more ACCESSIBLE?


Is it:


A ramp? 


[SLIDE WHISTLE]


>>RACHEL: Handrails? 


[METAL HIT SOUND]


>>RACHEL: Or elevators? 


[ELEVATOR DOORS DING]


>>RACHEL: Before we try to answer, let’s learn more about what ACCESSIBILITY means. 


Switch your brushing to the bottom of your mouth…


[SWITCH BELL]


>>RACHEL: and give your tongue a brush too.


[MUSIC IN]


>>RACHEL: If someone has trouble doing something; like seeing, hearing or moving around, they might have a disability. Disability is normal. People are different! Kind of like how some people are tall, and some people are short. 


When someone has a disability they might do some things differently, or use a tool to help them. Kind of like when a person who can’t see very well wears glasses.  


Switch your brushing to the other side of the bottom of your mouth…


[SWITCH BELL]


>>RACHEL: -and brush your front teeth, too. 


So, if a building is accessible, it means all types of people are able to use it, regardless of what they can or cannot do, or whether or not they have a disability. 


[MUSIC OUT]


>>RACHEL: Now that we know more about accessibility, which of these things makes a building more ACCESSIBLE?


Is it:


A ramp? 


[SLIDE WHISTLE]


>>RACHEL: Handrails? 


[METAL HIT SOUND]


>>RACHEL: Or elevators? 


[ELEVATOR DOORS DING]

[MUSIC ENDS]

[THEME SONG BEGINS]


>>RACHEL: You’ll have to come back tonight to find out the answer. Until then, 


>> KIDS: 3-2-1 Spit! 


[THEME SONG ENDS]


>>RACHEL: Chompers is a production of Gimlet Media.