The new education series will focus on multiple aspects of children’s safety.

License Global

November 7, 2020

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Foxford, an online education platform, together with the main characters of the “Masha and the Bear” animated series have launched “Safety Lessons” for children, ages 4-12.

The lessons go over things such as how to handle bullying, how to talk to the police, how to keep personal boundaries and what to do in a fire, flood or gas leak and more.

“In daily life, we often miss the important things on child safety, and I really like that our course is useful for both children and parents,” says Tutta Larsen, the program’s supervisor. “It contains all the most important tips that will help kids avoid troubles at home, at school, on the street, in the forest and even on the internet.”

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