They are Sara and Leo, the characters of the two books we are creating under the #ErasmusPlus project: “Children’s Rights, Up!”.
Council for Creative Education (CCE), and four other European organizations joined forces to create a program for the prevention of child sexual abuse from an early age.
Here, you have the first image of the protagonists of one of the materials we are developing. Children from 8 different schools in Europe decided they wanted these two characters as the main protagonists of the books.
Books are a great tool for teaching young children. Reading stimulates children’s imagination and creativity by making them more interested in the things around them.
These two tales, aimed at 4- and 5-year-olds, are developed for the prevention of child sexual abuse. They incorporate sexual education content with a health promotion perspective.
The main characters of these two stories are Leo and Sara, and together with them, we will be able to discover different ways of loving, get to know new feelings, and set limits to those actions that do not make us feel comfortable.
At the end of the books, you will find a didactic guide that will provide ideas for parents and teachers on how to deal with issues that arise during the reading of the story.