Children’s Dental Songs

Listed below are the theme songs of our two new mascots, “Seamore Smiles” The Seahorse and “Baby Bristle” The Baby Seahorse.:

“SEAMORE SMILES” THE SEAHORSE
(Sing to the tune “Frosty the Snowman”)

Seamore the seahorse was as pretty as a pearl
with a bubby smile and a long thin nose and a tail that liked to curl.
Seamore the seahorse was a treasure so they say.
He was swimming slow but the jelly fish know how he brightened up their day.
There must have been some magic in that great big shiny smile,
for when he flashed it all around, the sharks and whales went wild.

Seamore the seahorse was as friendly as could be
and the guppies say he could swim and play just as fast as you and me.
He’d swim around the coral reef, then to the seaweed tops
and only paused a moment for his tail to grab a stalk.
Seamore the seahorse knew the tide was down that day
so he waved goodbye with his tail curled high
and he floated down the bay.

Blurpity…blurp…blurp
Blurpity…blurp…blurp
Look at Seamore go.
Blurpity…blurp…blurp
Blurpity…blurp…blurp
We all do love him so. (or – over the sandy floor)

“BABY BRISTLE” THE BABY SEAHORSE
(Sing to Rock-a-bye Baby)

Rock-a-bye Bristle in the blue sea.
When the waves flow how happy you’ll be.
Where the fish play, you’ll swim all around
then curl your small tail round the coral you’ve found.

ARE YOUR TEETH CLEAN AND WHITE
(Sing to “Do Your Ears Hang Low”)

Are your teeth clean and white?
Do you brush them left and right?
Do you brush them in the morning?
Do you brush them every night?
Do you brush them up and down?
Do you brush them round and round?
Are your teeth clean and white?

Do you floss between your teeth
Removing food from places tight?
Do you floss them in the morning?
Do you floss them every night?
Do you floss them in the front?
Do you floss them in the back?
Do you floss them right?

BRUSH, BRUSH, BRUSH YOUR TEETH
(Sing to “Row, Row, Row your Boat”)

Brush, brush, brush your teeth
At least two times a day.
Cleaning, cleaning, cleaning, cleaning,
Fighting tooth decay.

Floss, floss, floss your teeth
Gently around your gums.
Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily,
Flossing can be fun.

Rinse, rinse, rinse your teeth.
Keep them clean and bright.
They’ll be healthy, they’ll be strong
If you treat them right.

CLEAN SONG
(Sing to “She’ll Be Comin’ Round the Mountain”)

When my hands are clean I know it cause I
CLAP
(clap, clap)
When my hair is clean I know it cause it
SQUEAKS
(squeak, squeak)
When my mouth is clean I know it and I’m not
afraid to show it.
When my mouth is clean I know it cause I
SMILE
(smile, smile)

When my feet are clean I know it cause I
STOMP
(stomp, stomp)
When my ears clean I know it cause I
HEAR
(clap hands behind ears)
When my teeth are clean I know it and I’m not
afraid to show it.
When my teeth are clean I know it cause I
CHOMP
(chomp, chomp)

SPARKLE, SPARKLE LITTLE TEETH
(Sing to “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star”)

Sparkle, sparkle little teeth,
Some above and some beneath.
Brush them after every meal.
Clean and fresh they’ll always feel.
Sparkle, sparkle little teeth,
Some above and some beneath.

Floss them, floss them, in between.
Cavities will not be seen.
See your dentist twice a year.
Your teeth will shine from ear to ear.
Floss them, floss them, in between.
Cavities will not be seen.

Snacking, snacking, it’s okay.
But do it in the proper way.
Eat raw veggies, fruit and cheese.
They will make your mouth say please.
Snacking, snacking, it’s okay.
But do it in the proper way.