She once tired to float a chocolate chip, a walnut, and a button.
Her name in Ubbi Dubbi is "Cubarubolubine Bubotubelhubo".
She likes lots of different kinds music but doesn't know the names of most of the bands.
She made up the word "zoboobu," meaning "oh, darn it".
She dressed up as the Little Mermaid when she was four.
She would like to find a cure for autism.
She likes to play basketball.
Arms are her favorite body part.
Her favorite thing to do outside with family is take walks.
She is currently in the tenth grade.
She is allergic to tomatoes.
She loves to go visit the dentist.
She had to have braces put on before the filming of Season 5 of "Zoom".
She loved to chill with the other Zoomers in the ZOOMroom because she got to know them all better.
She bulit a fairyland in the ZOOMroom which is a place where the cast sits when they are not working on the set.
She is most famous for her imagination.
She is the first star on "Zoom" to be on the show the longest.
She has a brother and a sister. Her sister's name is Nina and her brother's name is Jake.
One of her funniest habits that she has is singing while she is in the shower.
Her favorite ZOOMsci is the "Dancing Raisins".
She has a dog named Katie, a bunny named Zoe, two fish, and many more pets.
Her family has given her the nickname "Carolinamoon" because her Dad and Grandpa used to sing to her a song about "Carolina Moon Keep Shining".
She loves to swim, go tubing, and work in her family's garden.
They kept her on "Zoom" until Season 5 because she looked younger. But when season 5 came along, they took her off the show.
Caroline starred on "Zoom" beginning in Season 2 through Season 5.
Caroline Botelho has been on "Zoom" for four years in a row.
Caroline Botelho: Anyone can volunteer. It can be cleaning your room, or cleaning your kitchen for your mom, or reading to your younger brother -- anything can be volunteering.
Caroline Botelho: (to a ZOOM fan) A lot of it is really related to school, so it's during school hours. And sometimes, if it's something you really want to do, you just have to make it a priority in your life. And it also doesn't have to be something big. If you just read to your little brother or sister, that is considered volunteer work also.
Caroline Botelho: 'ZOOM' is a national show. You can watch it on any of your local PBS stations across the country. It's in a couple other countries too.
Caroline Botelho: You can go onto the ZOOM Into Action section at the 'ZOOM' Web site, which is pbskids.org/zoom, and that's where you can get ideas and share your stories and read other people's stories, and it gives you a bunch of resources. I do a lot of stuff out of my school, through my teachers. And I used to be in Girl Scouts and did a lot of volunteer work with them. Or your church or temple or whatever. Or your town.
Caroline Botelho: You could have a bake sale to donate money for an organization.
Caroline Botelho: You can make money for charities and humane societies by having a birthday party, and instead of the children bringing presents, they can bring pet food or normal food or anything that the organization is about.
Caroline Botelho: I've made meals for homeless people. I've participated in a bake sale to raise money to buy a rose bush for one of the families who lost their mother in 9/11. I've cleaned up the beach in the Beach Clean-Up in my town. I donated old clothes and books and things like that to an organization. And I made Christmas cards and went caroling at a nursing home. And I recycled Christmas trees to raise scholarship money for a Boys and Girls Club.
Caroline Botelho: My parents have had the most profound effect on my life. They're always there. They always comfort me and are always there for me. They encourage me to do so many things, and I love them!
Caroline Botelho: I like to act, and my favorite part is that we get to dress up.
Caroline Botelho: On the ZOOM website, there's also a science section that shows science experiments. There's also a coloring page -- you can print out the pictures and color them.
Caroline Botelho: If we had a surprise guest on our show, the guest would be all of the people from the '70s ZOOM. It would be cool. They could tell us what it was like back then.
Caroline Botelho: It's always different every year. You always get new experiences, so you don't know what to expect. We already taped everything over the summer, so just watch the show and see what has changed!
Caroline Botelho: We're all very good friends, so we love to spend time together. We talk on the phone and go online together.
Caroline Botelho: I don't really have a favorite color. I love all the colors!
Caroline Botelho: ZOOM doesn't interfere with school because it tapes during the summer.
Caroline Botelho: No one really knows who invented the Ubbi Dubbi. Someone did in the '70s. It's a little difficult at first, but once you get the hang of it, it just flows. The way you speak it is to put an "ub" in front of every vowel.
Caroline Botelho: I think everyone wants to audition again. It's a wonderful experience, and everyone loves it!