Get Kids To Brush Their Teeth With ‘Toothbrush Song’

Apr 21, 2016

Make teeth-brushing time more fun with a crazy, catchy song all about keeping little teeth clean.

It's no coincidence that Toothbrush Song is exactly two-minutes long. Dentists recommend that kids brush their teeth for two minutes—once in the morning and once at night. 

Article Author Andrew Huang
Andrew Huang

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Andrew Huang is a Toronto-based new media artist whose work is a distillation of his passions for music, video and audience participation. A versatile and prolific musician, he has released over 2,000 songs in a massive range of genres. His collaborative work has been equally eclectic: creating an interactive sonic art installation under the mentorship of Emily Haines (Metric); composing the World Wildlife Fund’s official Earth Hour anthem; and producing numerous viral hits with YouTube sensations such as Rhett & Link, Hannah Hart (My Drunk Kitchen) and Boyinaband. He is perhaps best known for his Song Challenge video series, which invites viewers to dare him in feats of musicianship—he has performed a five-language rap song, covered "99 Red Balloons" using only sounds made with red balloons and even made a beat using a thousand pairs of pants.

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