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Boundaries are Fun!

Updated: 3 days ago

Hello from Tilli!


We spent the past 6 months talking to teachers, psychologists, neuroscientists, and healthcare professionals about how we can talk to kids about body safety and boundaries. ‘Globally, it is estimated that up to 1 billion children aged 2–17 years, have experienced physical, sexual, or emotional violence or neglect..’ and we’re committed to breaking this cycle. There should be a start somewhere, so after months of research and testing - we’re thrilled to announce the launch of our latest module - Bodies and Boundaries!


Bodies and Boundaries come in two forms, that you can use together or individually,

  • A mobile game that you can download on IOS or Android → Click HERE

  • An interactive learning book that will be delivered to your doorstep → Click HERE






Why does this matter? Research from the past decade shows us that talking to kids about bodies, boundaries, consent, and saying NO! - effectively and early is a proven way to reduce exposure to situations of unsafety, bullying, and harassment. Think about it, when kids build the language and mental models to understand their bodies and how to set healthy boundaries, they go into the world with confidence and resilience. 


What’s included in ‘Bodies and Boundaries’? 

We’ve brought together cutting-edge research from social-emotional learning and child psychology along with the joys of play and games to guide you and your little one through a learning experience that is easy (and fun!)


At the end of this module, your child will develop 3 life-long skills needed to help a little one stay confident and safe:

a . Self-awareness

b. Critical thinking

c. Social awareness.


The module follows our tried and tested learning framework: Learn → Apply → Reflect and covers 4 core topics on body safety. Children will: 


  1. Learn about their bodies and the correct terminology to name different private parts (research shows using correct terms is a game changer in helping kids avoid and report any incidents of unsafe touch) 

  2. Learn how to differentiate between safe and unsafe signs and identify warning signs 

  3. Practice setting healthy boundaries and communicating them confidently 

  4. Create their safety squad of  trusted people to go to


Try it out today and we’d love to hear how it goes. 


Happy Learning,

Kavi

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