Have you heard of The Fault in Our Stars? It's a book by John Green that is really popular with teenagers around the world. Now they've made the book into a film. Watch the clip to see what the audience thought of the film.
Can you skip or 'jump rope' as they call it in the USA? Are you good at observing things that happen around you? This video will test how observant you are and it will also show you some amazing, Double Dutch skipping.
The FIFA World Cup kicks off on June 12th in Brazil. How much do you know about the 32 teams that are taking part? Do you know what groups they're in? Do you know what their flags look like? If you want to get your football facts up to speed for the World Cup check out this video.
Did you know that tonnes of perfectly good food is thrown away every day in some countries? When some people don't have enough food to eat it seems crazy that so much food is wasted. Watch this video and learn about the work that Tristram Stuart is doing to try and change this situation.
Have you heard about Emma Watson's HeForShe campaign? It's all about gender equality – which means women and men having the same rights. Watch the first part of the video (to 5 minutes and 15 seconds!), do the exercises and then have a look at the HeForShe website.
Many of us share selfies and photos online. But how do other people see you based on these photos, and could this somehow affect your future? This video was created for Safer Internet Day. Watch it to learn more about how important it is to take care with what you share online.
Easter eggs are special eggs that are often given to celebrate the Christian holiday of Easter. Sometimes they are made out of chocolate. Have you ever eaten an Easter egg? Watch this video to find out how they are made.
Malala Yousafzai is the youngest ever Nobel Peace Prize winner. She is from Pakistan and she campaigns for the rights of girls to get an education. In this short video you can hear Malala speaking after receiving the prize.
One Direction are working on a new project called Action1D. They want young people to send them messages that they will put together to present to world leaders at events this year. Learn more about Action1D in this video.