Do you ever see things that your friends post online and feel like everyone else is having more fun than you Or they're prettier or cooler than you This is a pretty common reaction as people try to post the best version of themselves online even if it's not always accurate. Meet a social media star who gained lots of followers and success developing the perfect image but who now says people shouldn't set unrealistic standards on social media.
Moving into a new country as an immigrant or a refugee can be kind of scary which is why a welcome camp led by students is such a great idea. Through hiking and camping, they bond with the new students and give them the opportunity to make new friends and learn about each other's cultures.
Madeline empathises with Lord Covington about how he feels about his wife dying and convinces him not to sell the school. Also briefly highlights the nature of stereotypes when everyone assumes the Uzbekistani ambassador is a man.
Sally and Conrad return a purple tornado to a crate, hoping it would restore the damaged house, but the building falls apart. The children are upset when Cat takes credit for containing the twister. Conrad tells Cat there has to be limits to their fun. The two kids tell Cat it's time to get out of their house. Looking around, Conrad decides to take the blame for the damage, but Sally stands by his side telling him to share the burden. Learning their lesson, Cat returns to fix the house.
Joan arrives home to find the house in pristine condition and everything in order. Lawrence enters, covered in a purple slime, and tells Joan all about her "terrible" children. Joan, thinking he's crazy, sticks by her family and asks him to leave. At the party, Hank Humberfloob congratulates Joan on her perfect event and immaculate home. Later, the family is seen jumping on the couch together as Cat narrates the final scene.
Joan's boss, neat freak Hank Humberfloob, has organised an office party, threatening messy guests with termination. Joan's daughter, Sally, is clean, well-behaved and overly mature. Her son, imaginative Conrad, has earned a reputation as a "troublemaker". After work, Joan finds that Conrad has developed a new sport, "stair luging". While cleaning Conrad up, Joan's squeaky clean and ill-intentioned partner, Lawrence 'Larry' Quinn, reveals his plan to send Conrad to military school.
Most kids probably don't put a lot of thought into what their rights are as a child, but it's important to understand them. Josh is UNICEF youth ambassador and he explains those rights to us as well as the efforts of UNICEF to make sure children around the globe have those rights.
Diego suggests a shortcut. Locked in a cave, they pass fossils from the Palaeocene, Miocene and some of the earliest organisms, even some objects from science fiction. When Roshan slips down a tunnel, they are forced to follow. The scene resembles contemporary human activities, such as luging and theme parks. After they recover the child, Manny, Sid and Diego discover a cave full of paintings and learn a little more about how Manny lost his family to human hunters.
As all the animals migrate south to avoid the colder weather, Manny the lonely Mammoth heads against the current. Sid the giant sloth, who slept through the start of the great migration, gets himself in trouble with two shovel-nosed rhinos. In an attempt to escape the angry rhinos, Sid hides behind Manny, who becomes his unlikely hero. Meanwhile, a family of Neanderthals celebrate a new child as a pack of Sabre-toothed tigers watch on, plotting their revenge.
Manny, Sid, Diego and baby Roshan set up camp for the night. Two members of Diego's pack visit him while the others sleep, sending a threat from their leader, Soto. Sid uses the baby to impress two female sloths but gets himself into the usual trouble. The four set out towards Glacier Pass, taking on different familial roles and finding humour in friendship.
Manny and Sid find an injured mother, who gives them her child. Sid is determined they do the right thing, but Manny argues there is no "they", following Sid only out of curiosity. Diego the sabre-toothed tiger attempts to pinch the child, and Manny decides to return baby Roshan himself. Reaching the human's camp, they see it abandoned, and Diego becomes a part of the unlikely team. Together they must learn to work together to care for the child.
Manny, Diego and Sid make it to Half Peak, but the ground erupts with lava. Manny sees Diego struggling on a ledge and saves him, almost sacrificing himself in the process. Diego is thankful but bewildered by Manny's actions, and Manny responds, "That's what you do in a herd." Meanwhile, the other sabre-toothed tigers lie in wait to intercept the troupe. Sid, Diego and Manny set up camp, Sid discovers fire, and the baby takes his first steps. Diego agonises over his dishonesty.
Diego confesses he was leading his new friends into a trap but tries to redeem himself. Sid distracts the sabre-toothed tigers, while Diego and Manny sneak past, but Soto finds them. Diego is gravely injured when he defies his pack to protect Manny, echoing Manny's sentiment of the importance of caring for your herd. Sid and Manny go alone to return the baby, proving than empathy is deeper than cultural differences.
Sally and Conrad's mother, Joan, is called back to the office before a big party. Joan calls sleepy Mrs Kwan to babysit and forbids Conrad and Sally from entering the living room. Shortly after arriving, Mrs Kwan turns on the TV and falls asleep, leaving the kids glum and staring out the window. When a large thump startles them, they go to inspect, finding a large, mischievous, anthropomorphic cat that wants to balance out their fun levels.
Conrad taunts that Sally would never break a rule, and the fish asks her not to, but ultimately he decides to join Cat on the couch. Lawrence walks in to find the living room in shambles, and Sally tries to pretend it was all Conrad's fault. Lawrence tells her that no-one likes a suck up. Sally and Conrad bond while laughing at horrible Larry and his allergies.
Conrad, Sally and Cat intercept Lawrence before he can deliver the dog and incriminate Conrad. A chase ensues and, although Sally, Conrad and Cat, successfully retrieved the dog and the lock, Lawrence collects Joan from work attempting to convince her of the children's mischief. Downtrodden, the three think their chances are dashed, until Conrad realises all he needs is reverse psychology to get the Things to help them beat scheming Larry.
Alex joins Erin Riding at the McIntyre Centre for the Disabled. Equinebased therapy helps disabled people learn skills for life. Independence and selfesteem are gained while caring for horses tacking up, leading, and safety training lend a sense of ownership.
There are a staggering number of elephants killed every year by poaches who want to take and sell the ivory from their tusks. Find out some of the extreme measures being taken as a stand against poaching and some of the ways governments have tried to curb this sort of hunting in past decades.
A unique camp in Norway is designed to allow kids to experience what life is like as a refugee. We hear about refugees on the news but sometimes it's hard to understand what their lives are really like and this camp is hoping to change that. Meet some of the kids who attended the camp and find out what they learned.
Amber has an exciting life on a farm surrounded by animals and she'd love to write stories about them, but writing is a bit more challenging for her. She has a nerve condition that affects several parts of her body, including her fingers which she is unable to make completely straight. Despite her challenges, Amber is working hard towards her goal of becoming an author.
A group of students adopt a graveyard, devoting time to cleaning up the site and helping out with other projects to keep the grounds looking great. In the process, they get to read up on some of the people buried there, getting to know the real historical people whom they're having a chance to serve with this project.
Chloe takes us through her story of being diagnosed with cancer and eventually beating it. Brain cancer is incredibly common among young people in Australia and she explains how it affected her family and school life and how she feels now that she's cancer free.
With so many problems in the world, it can feel pretty good to do something nice for someone. Meet Sophie, a young girl who has been volunteering with senior citizens for years. Find out how she's been able to help them just by spending some time and she's gotten a lot out of it in the process.
Caleb tells us what his life is like living with cerebral palsy and being confined to a wheelchair. There are some things that still get on his nerves, but he works hard to get the most out of life, even competing in sports with his friends.
When most people think of Scrabble, they think of a fun, simple board game that they play with friends. But did you know that there are actually international competitions where students from around the world play against each other Meet some of these competitors who take the game very seriously and put a lot of thought into strategy so they can be the best players around.
Some animals are so cute and cuddly that if anything was wrong with them, you would absolutely want to help. But what about the ugly animals Find out about some of the less cute animals that could really use our help and why it's still important to have them around even if they're a little on the ugly side.
It's unbelievable how much food developed countries waste every single year, but some places are looking into ways to discourage it from happening any further. Find out more about why food waste is such a troubling trend and the ways you and others can make sure you're not becoming part of the problem.
Ardie may only be 13yearsold but he's already very impressive behind the wheel, driving a car that he and his grandfather built themselves using spare parts. Find out how he got started in racing and about his biggest competition yet, the Australian Junior Speedway Championship.
Keegan may only be 12yearsold, but he's already gained the attention of the professional skateboarding world, taking part in competitions all over the world. Hear him tell about his adventures and find out what it's like to be a sports star at the age of 12.
Having cancer as a kid can be an incredibly scary and difficult experience which is why Madeline decided to start a new project to help connect kids with a little bit of joy. By collecting toys and other items to bring to local hospitals, Madeline is helping kids find some joy even in the midst of a really hard time.
Peter Thompson's guest is the record-breaking, quiet-achiever of the Socceroos - Mark Bresciano. Described as the 'Mr Nice Guy' of Australian soccer, commentators say he scored the Socceroos its most important goal ever.
Is it possible to mimic the trance-like state of a creative mind? This week on Talking Heads Peter Thompson is joined by bestselling author Sue Woolfe in a must-see program for anyone interested in the creative process.
After watching their favourite television programme, 'Detective Potato', Peppa and George want to be famous detectives too. So, Daddy Pig gives them a mystery to solve. Teddy is hidden and Peppa and George try to find him.
Pria ponders the sometimes ephemeral nature of friendships and relationships as he visits some of Sydney's prime spots, including a night cruise on the harbour, Centennial Park, the Botanical Gardens and Bondi.
Celebrate and acknowledge International day of sign languages by viewing this collection with your class featuring video content about the lives of individuals who use sign language as well as schools that support them.
Resilience, rights and respectful relationships can be modelled at school to inform students about positive relationships at school, home and the world. Share this playlist that focuses on building positive relationships.
Encourage your students to develop their musical skills by exploring, imitating and recognising elements of music, including dynamic, pitch and rhythm with this collection. (ACAMUM080, ACAMUM084, ACAMUM088, VCAMUR020, VCAMUR024, VCAMUR028, VCAMUR032)
Bullying sucks whether it is online, at school or in a workplace, there is no space for it in our lives. Find more about bullying experiences and how to combat issues related to bullying in this playlist.
There is no space for bullying, whether it is in the playground, classroom or online. No way! View this collection, which deals with all aspects of bullying and how it can be prevented. (ACPPS074,VCHPEP092,VCHPEP109)
Space inspires our greatest scientific and creative minds. Take to the stars with NASA, or hop aboard Millennium Falcon in the best of space fact and fiction. (ACSSU188,ACSSU189,VCSSU127,VCSSU128,VCSSU129)
On April 27, 1994, millions of first-time voters cast their ballots in South Africa's first free elections, ushering in the presidency of Mandela. Learn about the enormous change from those who lived it.