5 Daily Reminders for a Child’s Well-Being 💁‍♀️💭

Kids learn through play: Play is an essential part of children's development. It helps them build social skills, problem-solving abilities, and creativity. Kids thrive in a structured environment: Children benefit from a structured environment with consistent routines and boundaries. This can help them feel safe, secure, and in control. Kids benefit from physical activity: Regular physical activity is important for children's health and development. It helps build strong muscles and bones, improves coordination and balance, and promotes overall well-being. Kids benefit from a healthy diet: A healthy diet is essential for children's growth and development. Providing children with a balanced diet of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins can help them maintain a healthy weight and prevent health problems.Kids need positive reinforcement: Positive reinforcement, such as praise and encouragement, can help children build confidence, self-esteem, and a positive self-image. Download these printables for some quality time with your little ones! Download printables!

Safer Internet Day 2021!

Safer Internet Day, 9th of February, is an international event that once again reminds us to be kind, safe and friendly online. Celebrated in more than 170 countries, it spreads awareness for kids and young adults about the dangers that lurk on the Internet and how to protect yourself from them. It encourages each one of us to strive for a safer digital environment for young users. Join #SID2021 and become a part of the movement! Head over to Safer Internet Day website for more! Let's shape a safe digital future together!

TutoTOONS on Kidscreen. The Importance of GDPR in the Kidtech Business

Kids safety has always been one of the core values of TutoTOONS. Recently, we were contacted by Kidscreen - the leading trade publication for kids entertainment professionals - to talk about GDPR and COPPA. Learn more about how new GDPR is affecting the kidtech business from top actors in the field, including our own Damien Bruneau (co-founder, Head of Business Development), in the Kidscreen article.