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  • Screenshot of homepage of HTML Heroes resource
    [English, Irish]

    HTML HEROES – An Introduction to the Internet

    Country: [Ireland]

    Age range: [8-10 years of age]

    The HTML Heroes education programme is developed to assist and support educators when teaching students about the safe and responsible uses of the internet. HTML Heroes is available in English ...

    By Webwise, Irish Internet Safety Awareness Centre

  • Screenshot of the homepage


    Country: [Portugal]

    Age range: [10-12 years of age]

    This website explains to students and teachers about the initiative Sitestar.pt, a contest for young people, ages of 14 to 18, with the purpose to create websites about schools' initiatives and p ...

    By DECO and DNS.PT

  • Screenshot from Google store

    Pasakas (Fairy tales)

    Country: [Latvia]

    Age range: [3-6 years of age, 6-8 years of age]

    A mobile app for children and parents, where they can can listen to 100 of the most popular audio fairy tales in Latvian. The Pasakas app is very popular and well known in Latvia, having been nom ...

    By Pasakas.net

  • Screenshot from App Store

    Gudrinieks (translation in English – Wonk)

    Country: [Latvia]

    Age range: [3-6 years of age, 6-8 years of age]

    The app is designed for preschool, first and second grade schoolchildren to learn Mathematics, as well as to develop mathematical understanding, skills and strengthen the knowledge base acquired ...

    By Tieto Latvia (Developer)

  • Screenshot of homepage

    Drošā diena (The Safe Day - game on fire safety and civil protection)

    Country: [Latvia]

    Age range: [3-6 years of age, 6-8 years of age, 8-10 years of age, 10-12 years of age]

    Online game on fire safety and civil protection is available for children in app and web versions. The game is designed in a way that children have to identify different risks in virtual environm ...

    By The State Regional Development Agency