Norway

Being a relatively small nation, there is not a huge amount of online content and domestic services directed at children in Norway. Many services used are developed and hosted abroad but translated into Norwegian. Additionally, many children defy the language barrier and use content and services aimed at English speakers. Some of the key players on the market are the providers that have traditionally catered to children, such as libraries and broadcasting companies. Resources for parents, children, educators and developers/providers/producers are available through many of the members of the Norwegian Online Safety Network.
 
For more information on positive content approaches in Norway, please contact the Norwegian Safer Internet Centre (SIC) in the first instance - find contact details and further information here.

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  • Screenshot of Fantorangen
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    Fantorangen

    Country: [Norway],

    Age range: [3-6 years of age]

    Fantorangen is a popular figure on Norwegian children's television and this related app inspires children to do every day activities and to talk about these with their parents. The main character ...

    By NRK

  • Screenshot of NRK Super
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    NRK Super

    Country: [Norway],

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

    NRK Super is the most prominent website for children in Norway. It provides TV, games, radio and news for children and is run by the NRK (the Norwegian public broadcaster). There is also an app t ...

    By NRK

  • Screenshot of Nysgjerrigper
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    Nysgjerrigper

    Country: [Norway],

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

    Nysgjerrigper.no is at site where children can read about science, conduct DIY experiments or find out how they can create own experiments. ...

    By The Research Council of Norway