Mystery Rangers Radio Adventures

Mystery Rangers Radio Adventures Begin!

Today we begin a new legacy of Mystery Rangers called Mystery Rangers Radio Adventures!!!! Later today we will start practicing and recording at a recording studio. We will give you more details as this story progresses.

- Kid Reporter Kaylee

Check out these posts about the progress of the show!

Radio Show Update

Radio Recording Success!

Radio Recording Completed!

Top Secret Info for Kids!

More on this page coming soon!

SHOW COMING SOON!      ONLINE IN MAY!

- Kim Jones

5 Responses to Mystery Rangers Radio Adventures

  1. I can not wait to hear all of the audios in this series. They are being offered to the Ultimate Homeschool Expo members by Kim Jones and her crew! What a wonderful way to teach kids about Creation in a memorable way that they will remember. Children learn best through interactive audios and if they are engaging (and I am sure these are wonderful) the children will begin quoting the lines. My children are big fans of audio radio shows and often quote the funny lines they hear. When you couple a radio show with science and especially *Creation* content, you have a winning combination. Way to go, Kim! Great idea!

    • kimgjones says:

      Thank you so much for the encouragement Felice! I am really looking forward to the Ultimate Homeschool Expo in May! http://www.ultimatehomeschoolexpo.com/

      We really had a fun time recording episodes 1 and 2 of the Mystery Rangers Radio Adventures! We spent most of our time laughing during our first practice with the whole crew. It was a great experience and a blessing too!

      We are still new at creating radio shows. You may hear a few bloopers in our first episodes, but we hope to improve as we go along. We hope they will be a “blast” to listen to!

      Thanks again for your encouraging comments!

      In Christ,

      Kim Jones

  2. Kristy says:

    How can we get to the radio shows?

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