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The NSPCC's 'Pantosaurus' Music Video Teaches Kids About Abuse

 - Aug 2, 2016
References: thedrum & adweek
The NSPCC has created the 'Pantosaurus' music video which aims to teach kids to say no to people trying to abuse them and to tell an adult they trust.

The NSPCC or National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children created the music video as a way to teach kids while using non-scary words. The music video features dancing dinosaurs and a catchy tune that will be easy for kids to remember. The music video teaches viewers to say no if someone tries to make inappropriate remarks or physical advances.

With its bright graphics and catchy song, the music video helps kids remember to say no if someone tries to abuse them. The creators of the music video hope it will be a conversation starter between parents and their children about how to deal with abuse.