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Published 10.06.2020 08:28
In Brazil, organizations had created a play guide for children up to 6 years old.
The Maria Cecília Souto Vidigal Foundation and the Itaú Social Foundation make the guide available for free on the internet. The tips are separated by age group and there are activities for babies who are still a few months old. In addition to suggestions for games, there are videos and…
Published 07.06.2020 14:57
In Peru, a clown records videos to entertain children during the quarantine.
Gonzalo Alexander Damián Rojas, known as the Bolita clown, has been out of work for more than 60 days due to the pandemic. However, it is recording children’s shows to make them happy. The target audience is residents of poorer areas. This clown is recording the videos using his cell…
Published 07.06.2020 10:59
In Peru, a psychologist disguises himself as a clown to chat online with children during quarantine.
Alain Madueño became the clown Doctor Pepo and together with a puppet called Pepito talks about self-esteem and healthy coexistence during the isolation caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. The psychologist uses his personal Facebook profile to interact with the children.
Published 03.06.2020 11:52
In the US, a 10-year-old girl has sent more than 1,500 art kits to kids in foster care and homeless shelters.
Chelsea Phaire started a nonprofit Chelsea’s Charity in August 2019 as a means of donating art kits to at-risk children. The kits – which include markers, crayons, paper, colouring books, coloured pencils, and gel pens – are sent to schools and shelters across the country. She first asked her friends…
Published 23.05.2020 15:32
In Brazil, a collective launched a coloring book to entertain children from the outskirt during quarantine.
Despite the rules to prevent the advance of Covid-19, children continue to play on the street in the suburbs of São Paulo. Despite the rules to prevent the advance of Covid-19, children continue to play on the street in the outskirts of São Paulo. A collective of educators and illustrators…
Published 05.05.2020 15:01
In Peru, Calandria NGO launched the “Paremos Juntos el Coronavirus” campaign (Let’s Stop the Coronavirus Together).
This campaign aims to provide information on measures of self-care, personal hygiene, disinfection of the home and care of family members in Piura city. Social communicators produce materials, gifs and infographics, and advertisements for radio on hygiene, on the importance of staying home during the pandemic and on the symptoms…
Published 27.04.2020 18:35
In Portugal, the public television will broadcast tele-education to ensure learning for children who do not have internet access during the pandemic.
In Portugal, children under 16 will not return to class this year. The third quarter, which started on April 14, will be via the Internet. It is a government initiative called #Euestudoemcasa (I study at home) and it will be broadcast at RTP Memória channel. The so-called “Telescola” (tele-school) was…
Published 27.04.2020 17:14
In Liberia, some 32 radio stations broadcast prerecorded schools lessons nationwide.
This helps children and students follow the national curriculum. Each lesson lasts around half an hour, and they are planned in a way that cover different educational levels. The lessons are devised and recorded by senior official of the Ministry of Education themselves, as well as by various schools. This…

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