First Day of School – COVID-19 Pandemic Version

With school re-opening in various parts of the world, this illustration reinforces the importance of maintaining physical distance in schools in order to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission. This illustration was designed by Angshuman Kashyap, a graphic designer from India that has created multiple illustrations to communicate effective information about COVID-19 prevention.

Source: First Day of School – COVID-19 Pandemic Version

 

COVID-19 Informative Comics: Don’t Forget to Cover Your Nose

This illustration creatively reinforces the importance of wearing a face mask correctly. This illustration was designed by Angshuman Kashyap, a graphic designer from India that has created multiple illustrations to communicate effective information about COVID-19 prevention.

Source: COVID-19 Informative Comics: Don’t Forget to Cover Your Nose

  • Angshuman Kashyap
  • angshuman.kashyap@gmail.com
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Supergirl Staying at Home

This video was shared on Facebook and shows a little girl who considers herself a superhero because she is staying at home and keeping herself, her family, and her country safe from COVID-19.

Source: Supergirl Staying at Home

    Child-Friendly Animation Video on Hand Washing

    This animated video, produced by Save The Children Nepal, shows best practices for hand washing in order to slow the spread of COVID-19. The video demonstrates several steps and hand motions to perform in order to both thoroughly wash your hands and with sufficient time to kill almost all viruses and bacteria.

    Source: Child-Friendly Animation Video on Hand Washing

    • Ayush Joshi
    • ayushjoshi4@gmail.com

    COVID-19 Signs and Symptoms in Nepali

    This animated video, produced by Save The Children Nepal, explains the various signs and symptoms of COVID-19 in children. Some of the symptoms include: fever, cough, and shortness of breath. Parents should be mindful of these symptoms and contact the nearest health center if their child exhibits any of these symptoms.

    Source: Child-friendly COVID-19 video on signs and symptoms in Nepali

    • Ayush Jos
    • ayushjoshi4@gmail.com

    Rainbows in Windows

    This short video is a story told by the actor Donald Sutherland about a little boy named Amos. Amos learns from his mother that the family cannot go out for fear of catching the virus COVID-19, and the video deals with Amos’ fears and how he and his mother overcome them.

    Source: Rainbows in Windows

      Free E-books for Children About Coronavirus

      The New York City School Library System website has a page which offers a large collection of free e-books for children about COVID-19. The books are from many countries, in a selection of languages.  All of the books are free to download from the site.

      Source: Free E-books for Children about Coronavirus

        Children’s and Caretakers’ Animation Series on COVID-19 – Episode 1

        The COVID-19 response under Breakthrough ACTION Cambodia includes a six-episode children’s and caretakers’ animated series aimed at disseminating key COVID-19 messages focused on key behaviors (e.g., handwashing, self-isolation) and prevention of COVID-19.

        This was developed in coordination with UNICEF and approved by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport (MoEYS). This first episode aired in May 2020 and was shared through the Facebook pages of the MoEYS, UNICEF and Save the Children, and broadcasted on several  local TV channels. It is available in Khmer and sign language.

        The series is available on Facebook and YouTube.

        Source: Children’s and Caretakers’ Animation Series on COVID-19 – Episode 1

          Animated Video about COVID-19 and Kindness

          This video uses characters from the movie “Despicable Me” who let their love and kindness show and show ways to keep themselves and their communities safe during this unprecedented time.

          Source: Animated Video about COVID-19 and Kindness

            How Best to Protect Yourself from the Coronavirus

            This poster, produced by UNICEF and ICRF, provides basic information in an attractive and child-friendly layout, about handwashing, wearing a mask, physical distancing, and what to do if you don’t feel well.

            Source: How Best to Protect Yourself from the Coronavirus