"Alexa, start Chompers!"
Make tooth time easy with this morning and night tooth brushing show for kids. When it’s time for your family to brush teeth, subscribe or say “Alexa, start Chompers.”
Kids will hear jokes, riddles, stories, fun facts, silly songs and more, that’ll keep them giggling - and brushing - for the full two minutes that dentists recommend.
To help your family build good brushing habits, Chompers counts the times you brush and celebrates your streaks. Chompers will have kids reminding parents that it's time to brush, not the other way around!
Recommended for tooth brushers ages 3 - 7. Also available on Apple Podcasts, or wherever you listen.
How to listen:
Subscribe (it’s free!) in your favorite podcast app.
Just discovered @chompers and it’s a huge hit with both our 5-yr-old & 11-yr-old! They’re ASKING to brush their teeth!!! For real. Thank you! 🙏🏻😁—Twitter user @sarahmjames
Jorge is an Associate Producer on Gimlet Creative. Before joining Gimlet, he produced podcasts at ESPN and FiveThirtyEight. His favorite comic is Secret Wars #8 (The 1984 issue, although the 2015 issue was pretty cool too).
Jasmine is an associate development producer. Before Gimlet, she was a New York based actor/singer/writer/teaching artist, and was a recurring cast member on Sesame Street. She could tell you how to get to Sesame Street, but she won’t.
Zac is an Audio Engineer with Gimlet Creative. He mixes your favorite branded shows like Tinder’s DTR and Microsoft’s .future Before joining Gimlet he worked in Audio Post Production at Chicago Recording Company. He dreams in Pro Tools keyboard shortcuts.
Rachel Ward is the host and executive producer of Chompers, Gimlet's morning and night toothbrushing show for kids. She’s a former host of Surprisingly Awesome, and previously produced at Morning Edition. She has not been to the dentist in two years.
Hannah is an Associate Producer on Chompers. Before saving the world one cavity at a time, Hannah produced kids content for Panoply Media & Nick Jr. (Dora the Explorer, Peter Rabbit, & Wallykazam!). If you meet Hannah & see double, don't be alarmed. She has a clone.
Marcus Thorne Bagala, occasionally referred to as Moose, is a composer, audio engineer. His work can be heard in podcasts, film, and TV, including This American Life, The Daily, IFC, PBS, and Amazon video. He co-scored the film Fathers of Football with legendary indie rock band The Flaming Lips.