Films about kindergarten being safe for us

The films below are based on the knowledge from the report: “Safe for Us (2022).” The children in the videos present some of the main responses from the report.

Questions for children in kindergartens:

The following questions can be asked to children in kindergartens, for example, during group gatherings or one-on-one interactions, to gather valuable advice on how adults can make the kindergarten as safe as possible.

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Adults who feel safe:

Questions for children in kindergartens:

1. How is a kind adult?
2. How can adults comfort children who are sad or angry?
3. How can adults show that they love the child?

Safe Adults 1

Safe Adults 2

Decide safely:

Questions for children in kindergartens:

1. How can adults make decisions in a kind manner?
2. What do children want to be involved in deciding?
3. Why do children want to be part in the decision-making process?
4. How does it feel for children when they get to be more involved in making decisions?

Deciding 1

Deciding 2

Talking safely:

Questions for children in kindergartens:

Why should adults talk to children before sharing something a child has said or done with other adults?

Talking safely

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