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Short & Curly

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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.

Customer Reviews

Great conversation starter on tough topics

I love this ethics podcast for kids!! This is my kid's favorite podcast and has allowed us to talk about interesting subjects like bullying, artificial intelligence, vegetarianism, and more. We love to listen as a family!


Posing great questions for 7 year olds and older, this show makes for an entertaining, enlightening, and discussion-worthy podcast. And it's not just simple questions, but thought provoking for adults as well. We usually spend a lot of time discussing the scenarios with my son, stopping the podcast. My favorite so far is the podcast about lying.

Great for conversations

My 10 and 8 year old daughters LOVED this podcast (as did I - a 30yo mom). Very entertaining, thought-provoking, and perfect for opening up the communication lines. We discussed, considered other viewpoints and what we could learn from them, etc. My oldest is struggling with bullies especially, and the episode on bullying really resonated with her. Keep them coming, please!

Short & Curly
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  • Category: Kids & Family
  • Language: English

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