KIDS RADIO THAT CHANGES LIVES
Little Rockers Radio is a 24/7 online radio station just for kids from birth to 6, and their Mums, Dads & Carers! Press PLAY for songs, nursery rhymes, story time, yoga, meditation and more during the day and lullabies to soothe all night. Created by an Australian Mum for Mums, we hope you love Little Rockers as much as we love putting it together for you!
Our Mission: Every child has the right to be safe, happy and healthy and Little Rockers Radio exists to make this happen. Along with playing great music for kids 24/7, we support at risk Mums and Children through a range of initiatives. 70% of our profits go to our charity and impact partners.
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We are completely passionate about children's physical and mental health and supporting Mums. Not only do we play songs, nursery rhymes and story time, we also introduce children to yoga, meditation and movement exercises. We love introducing littlies to those skills from a young age that will help them grow into happy and healthy grown-ups!
Switch us for good screen free fun! There's The Wiggles, Lah-Lah, Justine Clarke, Play School, The Mik Maks, The Kazoos, Jay Laga'aia, Angie Who, Teeny Tiny Stevies and more as well as other cool programming including fun-key yoga, story time, happy smile little meditations and lullabies right through the night.
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Latest News from Little Rockers Radio
LATEST EPISODES: The Rocking Parenthood Show
Most babies and toddlers will have snotty noses pretty regularly. In fact babies can be unwell with colds up to 6-12 times in their first year.
It's not always colds that cause snotty noses though. Sarah caught up with Laura from Snotty Noses to find out what else causes our babies congestion.
Educator and business owner Laura is on a mission to transform bedtimes and sleep for every Australian family. Sarah caught up with her to ask about night lights – why should we use them and what types are the best!
Laura’s 5 top tips for lighting your little ones rooms are here. Take a listen..
A whopping 50 per cent of Australians still believe having wet hair in winter will increase their risk of getting a cold, according to Kingswim, and this is just one of the reasons there’s a drop in swimming lesson numbers over the colder months. Sarah caught up with Kingswim to find out why swimming over winter is so important.