Kia ora! ‘Talofa! Konichiwa! Gidday!

Who likes a glass if fizzy?  I thought it might be a good idea to find out what makes things Fizz for this week’s video! If you want to do some fizzy experiments in your classroom tell your teacher to ask me for the Lesson Plan

We have another cool new prize for you this week – a Vtech Kiddizoom Camera worth around $100!

To find the website of Raya’s magazine visit www.spotsstripespaws.com

And if you want to be one of our jokers let us know here

Big hugs today and every day.  Meet you at the radio, next weekend.

Suzy xox


Free Stuff

This Week: We have an amazing Vtech Kiddizoom Camera to give away!  This camera is valued at around $100 and is great for kids aged 3 and up.  It takes photos, selfies and video. It has lots of different effects you can add to your photos or voice recordings and you can download the photos onto your computer.

To Win: All you have to do to go into the draw to win this easy to use, durable, Kiddizoom camera, is include the letter and the name of the animals from the photos A. Spots, B. Stripes and C. Paws. We got the idea from Raya Hotter’s website www.spotsstripespaws.com which has lots of amazing photos of animals.

Fill in the form to go into the draw to win.

Good Luck!!!

Previous Winner: Congratulations to the winner of our Keep NZ Beautiful Prize Pack – Abigail Ford!


Radio Star

You could be our next Radio Star! We’re looking for a brand new Radio Star and that star just might be you!

(**Update**)
Woohoo! It’s been decided – we’re off to Hamilton to meet our latest and greatest Radio Star!  If you’re in the Waikato on Saturday the 16th February, and want to be my co-host, I’d love to hear from you. Register Now, and tell us a wee bit about yourself.

Gabby Jackson is only 12 but she’s a young lady going places – often on her stilts!!! She and her sister, Isobella, take part in festivals all over the Waikato.

She’s super talented too and her dress won Best Dress in her category of the Hospice Wearable Arts Competition, in Taupo, last year!

Although she’d never been in a radio stations before she joined us at Free FM, Gabby is a born communicator so was fabulous as my co-host.

We love her joke about the ice fisherman, her review of Ruby Retfort and Friday Barnes books.  Gabby has some good ideas of what it takes to be a good friend too and it sounds like she has a heap of fun with her besties.

We look forward to seeing Gabby perform, on stage, one day and I reckon you should listen out to Free FM because I don’t think it’ll be long before you hear Gabby again, maybe with her friends!