A fast-paced fun-filled ethics podcast for kids and their parents that asks those curly questions. From banning lollies to trusting robots, and from colonising other planets to eating pets, Short & Curly covers it all.
BITE – Cartoon Violence
If you love watching cartoons where the good guys battle the bad, it probably has fighting, explosions, and maybe guns too.
Is it okay to watch violence if it's in a cartoon? Can we laugh and find it funny?
Thank you to Linus for this exciting question!
BITE – Friends with Teacher
Friends are like flowers. There are lots of different ones out there, but you pick a couple to be your favourites.
But what about your teacher? Can you be friends with them? And if they're a friend, can they still be a good teacher?
Thank you to Orli for this great question!
Pssst, we love your favourite episode too! 'Are parents hypocrites?' was a goodie.
BITE – Bullying the Bully
Bullying is being mean to someone over and over again. It can happen at home, school, online, on the bus… and it's not always physical.
When you're bullied, you can feel hurt, angry, and sad, all at once.
So, if a bully hurts you, can you hurt them back? Can you call it justice?
Thank you to Athena for this great question!
BITE – Truth Telling
What if your friend asks if their shirt looks cool and you don't think it does? Or your dad asks if you like his gift, but you actually don't?
The truth can be so hard to say – especially to the people we love the most.
Should we tell the truth even when it hurts someone?
Thank you to Charlotte and Nima for this curly question!
BITE – Family Sacrifices
Sacrifice is a big word, and it's often said in a big situation.
How much should a family sacrifice for one person's happiness? What if you're the only one sacrificing?
Thank you to Eli for this curly question – hope you listen to this one on a car ride too!
Should we ban homework
It's one of the most requested topics ever – homework! Nobody loves doing it, but is it something we should do or not? Molly and Carl find out whether teachers should be allowed to give you work to do outside of school time.
Brain Trust — Casuarina Street Primary School, Katherine: Bruno, Leilani, Eloise Lawson, Lexi, Kodah
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