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Hello, Estonia! Training handbook for the children and youth module of the welcoming program for children ages 6-8 Welcoming Programme

2018


Contracting company: Expat Relocation Estonia OÜ Contributors: Airi Kukk, Kirsti Lepp, Elyna Nevski, Katrin Sõstar ja Tiia Õun

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TABLE OF CONTENT THE REPUBLIC OF ESTONIA........................................................6 ESTONIAN HISTORY....................................................................... 7 COUNTIES OF ESTONIA.................................................................8 ESTONIA AND THE EUROPEAN UNION..................................9 QUIZ „I KNOW ESTONIA“............................................................10 THE NATIONAL FLAG AND NATIONAL COAT OF ARMS OF ESTONIA 11 ESTONIAN NATIONAL ANTHEM ............................................ 12 NATIONAL SYMBOLS................................................................... 13 A PICTURE WITH THE ESTONIAN SYMBOLS..................... 14 ESTONIAN NATURE...................................................................... 15 ESTONIAN PUBLIC HOLIDAYS.................................................. 21 NATIONAL HOLIDAYS..................................................................22 TRADITIONAL ESTONIAN HOLIDAYS....................................23 LET’S SING TOGETHER!............................................................. 24 LET’S SING TOGETHER!..............................................................25 ESTONIAN FOLK COSTUMES.................................................. 26 ESTONIAN NATIONAL PATTERNS..........................................27 ESTONIAN SCHOOL..................................................................... 28 CHILDREN’S RECREATIONAL AND FREE TIME ACTIVITIES 29 MY RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS............................................... 31 HELP IN EMERGENCY SITUATIONS.......................................32 WHAT DID I LEARN?..................................................................... 33


HELLO, WE ARE JÄNKU-JUSS AND JÄNKU-JOHANNA! WE’LL INTRODUCE YOU ESTONIA!

IN THIS BROCHURE YOU’LL FIND INTEREST ING INFORMATION ABOUT ESTONIA THAT YOU CAN READ WITH YOUR PARENTS.

MY NAME IS

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THE REPUBLIC OF ESTONIA ESTONIA IS A COUNTRY IN EUROPE. NEIGHBOURING COUNTRIES TO ESTONIA ARE RUSSIA, FINDLAND, SWEDEN AND LATVIA. THERE ARE 1.3 MILLION PEOPLE LIVING IN ESTONIA. THE CAPITAL OF ESTONIA IS TALLINN. THERE ARE 15 COUNTIES IN ESTONIA: HARJU, LÄÄNE, LÄÄNE-VIRU, JÕGEVA, TARTU, PÕLVA, VÕRU, VALGA, VILJANDI, PÄRNU, SAARE, RAPLA, JÄRVA, IDA-VIRU, HIIU. THE OFFICIAL LANGUAGE OF ESTONIA IS ESTONIAN. THE HEAD OF STATE OF ESTONIA IS THE PRESIDENT. THE MONEY USED IN ESTONIA IS THE EURO. MOST OF THE PEOPLE LIVING IN ESTONIA ARE ESTONIANS. OTHER NATIONALITIES LIVING IN ESTONIA INCLUDE RUSSIANS, UKRAINIANS, BELORUSSIANS, AND FINNISH.

ADVICE! ESTONIAN HISTORY IS INTERESTING, AND ESTONIANS LIKE TO GO TO MUSEUMS. TO LEARN ABOUT ESTONIAN HISTORY, VISIT THE ESTONIAN HISTORY MUSEUM WITH YOUR PARENTS. IT IS LOCATED AT PIKK 17 AND PIRITA TEE 56, TALLINN WWW.AJALOOMUUSEUM.EE/EN

ADVICE! YOU CAN SEE HOW ESTONIANS LIVED IN THE PAST IF YOU VISIT THE ESTONIAN OPEN AIR MUSEUM WITH YOUR PARENTS. IT IS LOCATED AT VABAÕHUMUUSEUMI TEE 12, TALLINN EVM.EE/ENG/HOME

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ESTONIAN HISTORY THE FIRST SETTLERS INHABITED THE CURRENT TERRITORY OF ESTONIA ABOUT 11 000 YEARS AGO. THE OLDEST HUMAN SETTLEMENTS IN ESTONIA WERE FORMED ABOUT 10 000 YEARS AGO. THE OLDEST IS THE PULLI SETTLEMENT LOCATED ON THE BANK OF THE PÄRNU RIVER.

PULLI SETTLEMENT

ESTONIA HAS BEEN A PART OF MANY OTHER COUNTRIES. ESTONIA HAS BEEN A PART OF SWEDEN, POLAND, DENMARK AND RUSSIA. THEREFORE, THERE ARE LOTS OF PEOPLE FROM OTHER NATIONALITIES LIVING IN ESTONIA.

THE BIRTHDAY OF THE ESTONIAN STATE IS 24 FEBRUARY 1918. ESTONIA IS ALMOST 100 YEARS OLD! ESTONIA REGAINED ITS INDEPENDENCE IN 1991.

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COUNTIES OF ESTONIA

COLOUR THE COUNTY WHERE YOU LIVE AND WRITE THE NAME OF THE TOWN WHERE YOU LIVE

Harju

Hiiu

Laane Lääne

Rapla

Ida-Viru

Laane-Viru Lääne-Viru Järva Jarva Jõgeva Jogeva

Saare

Pärnu Parnu

RUSSIA

Tartu

Viljandi

Polva Põlva Valga Võru Voru

LATVIA

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ESTONIA AND THE EUROPEAN UNION ESTONIA HAS BEEN IN THE EUROPEAN UNION SINCE 2004.

COLOUR ESTONIA AMONG THE OTHER EUROPEAN STATES.

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QUIZ „I KNOW ESTONIA“ IN WHICH COUNTRY DO YOU LIVE RIGHT NOW? A)

FINLAND

B)

ESTONIA

C)

RUSSIA

WHAT IS THE OFFICIAL LANGUAGE OF ESTONIA? A)

ESTONIAN

B)

ENGLISH

C)

GERMAN

WHAT MONEY IS USED IN ESTONIA? A)

DOLLAR

B)

POUND

C)

EURO

WHAT IS THE CAPITAL OF ESTONIA?

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A)

TALLINN

B)

HELSINKI

C)

LONDON

CAN YOU ANSWER?


THE NATIONAL FLAG AND NATIONAL COAT OF ARMS OF ESTONIA THE FLAG OF ESTONIA IS BLUE-BLACK-WHITE. THE BLUE COLOUR SYMBOLIZES THE SKY. THE BLACK COLOUR SYMBOLIZES THE SOIL. THE WHITE COLOUR SYMBOLIZES ESTONIANS STRIVING FOR HAPPINESS AND FREEDOM.

THERE ARE THREE LIONS AND GOLDEN OAK BRANCHES ON THE COAT OF ARMS OF ESTONIA

DRAW THE FLAG OF ESTONIA HERE AND ALSO THE FLAG OF THE STATE WHERE YOU LIVED BEFORE.

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ESTONIAN NATIONAL ANTHEM

„MU ISAMAA, MU ÕNN JA RÕÕM“

MU ISAMAA, MU ÕNN JA RÕÕM, KUI KAUNIS OLED SA! EI LEIA MINA IIAL TEAL SEE SUURE, LAIA ILMA PEAL, MIS MUL NII ARMAS OLEKS KA, KUI SA, MU ISAMAA!

SA OLED MIND JU SÜNNITAND JA ÜLES KASVATAND; SIND TÄNAN MINA ALATI JA JÄÄN SULL’ TRUUIKS SURMANI, MUL KÕIGE ARMSAM OLED SA, MU KALLIS ISAMAA!

SU ÜLE JUMAL VALVAKU, MU ARMAS ISAMAA! TA OLGU SINU KAITSEJA JA VÕTKU ROHKEST ÕNNISTA, MIS IIAL ETTE VÕTAD SA, MU KALLIS ISAMAA!

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NATIONAL SYMBOLS COLOUR THE PICTURES!

THE BARN SWALLOW IS THE NATIONAL BIRD OF ESTONIA

THE CORN FLOWER IS THE NATIONAL FLOWER OF ESTONIA.

THE BALTIC HERRING IS THE NATIONAL FISH OF ESTONIA. 13


A PICTURE WITH THE ESTONIAN SYMBOLS

DRAW A PICTURE WITH THE ESTONIAN SYMBOLS HERE

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ESTONIAN NATURE THERE ARE 4 SEASONS IN ESTONIA: SPRING, SUMMER, AUTUMN, WINTER. THE WARMEST MONTH IS JULY AND THE COLDEST MONTH IS FEBRUARY. ESTONIA IS LOCATED ON THE COAST OF THE BALTIC SEA, AND ESTONIANS LIKE TO GO FOR WALKS AT THE SEASIDE; THEY ALSO LIKE SWIMMING, FISHING AND SAILING. THERE ARE MANY LAKES, RIVERS AND ISLANDS IN ESTONIA. THE TWO BIGGEST ISLANDS ARE SAAREMAA AND HIIUMAA.

SAAREMAA HIIUMAA THE HIGHEST PEAK IN ESTONIA IS SUUR MUNAMÄGI (BIG EGG HILL), WHICH IS LOCATED IN VÕRU COUNTY. THE HEIGHT OF THE HILL IS 318 METRES. ON THE TOP OF SUUR MUNAMÄGI, THERE IS AN OBSERVATION TOWER WHICH YOU CAN VISIT WITH YOUR FAMILY.

ADVICE! YOU CAN VISIT THE OBSERVATION TOWER OF SUUR MUNAMÄGI IN VÕRU COUNTY TOGETHER WITH YOUR PARENTS. WWW.SUURMUNAMAGI.EE/INDEX. PHP?PAGE=11

SUUR MUNAMÄGI

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ESTONIANS ALSO LIKE TO GO HIKING IN THE NATURE. MANY PEOPLE GO HIKING IN NATIONAL PARKS, FORESTS AND BOGS WHERE INTERESTING HIKING TRAILS HAVE BEEN SET UP.

MANY DIFFERENT PLANTS GROW IN ESTONIA; FOR EXAMPLE, DIFFERENT MOSSES, FLOWERS, BUSHES AND TREES. A LARGE PART OF ESTONIA IS COVERED WITH FORESTS. ESTONIA IS ONE OF THE RICHEST COUNTRIES IN FORESTS; ALMOST HALF OF THE ESTONIAN MAINLAND IS COVERED WITH FORESTS. BOTH CONIFERS AND BROADLEAVED TREES GROW IN ESTONIAN FORESTS; THE MOST COMMON ARE PINE, SPRUCE AND BIRCH.

PINE

BIRCH

ADVICE! ESTONIANS LIKE HIKING IN THE NATURE. TOGETHER WITH YOUR PARENTS, YOU CAN FIND INFORMATION ABOUT HIKING AND VISITING NATIONAL PARKS IN ESTONIA AT THE WEBSITE OF THE STATE FOREST

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MANAGEMENT CENTRE (RMK). WWW.RMK.EE/EN


ESTONIANS LIKE PICKING BERRIES AND MUSHROOMS IN THE FOREST. YOU CAN FIND EDIBLE AND POISONOUS PLANTS IN ESTONIAN FORESTS. EDIBLE WILD BERRIES ARE, FOR EXAMPLE, WILD STRAWBERRIES, BILBERRIES, COWBERRIES, BOG BILBERRIES AND BLACKBERRIES. POISONOUS PLANTS ARE, FOR EXAMPLE, HERB PARIS, SNOWBERRY, DOGBERRY, YEW, HEMLOCK, AND WATER HEMLOCK. ESTONIAN FORESTS ARE ALSO RICH IN MUSHROOMS. BEFORE PICKING MUSHROOMS AND BERRIES, BE SURE THEY ARE EDIBLE. EDIBLE MUSHROOMS ARE, FOR EXAMPLE, CHANTERELLES, LACTARIUS, RUSSULA, AND LECCINUM. POISONOUS MUSHROOMS ARE, FOR EXAMPLE, THE DEATH CAP, FLY AGARIC, AND DESTROYING ANGEL. EDIBLE MUSHROOMS

POISONOUS MUSHROOMS

CHANTERELLE

DESTROYING ANGEL

LECCINUM

DEATH CAP

RUSSULA

FLY AGARIC

MILKCAP

COMMON ROLL-RIM 17


DON’T GO TO THE FOREST ALONE AND EAT MUSHROOMS AND BERRIES! DO IT ALWAYS WITH YOUR PARENTS!

EDIBLE PLANTS

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POISONOUS PLANTS

WILD STRAWBERRY

HERB PARIS

BILBERRY

DOGBERRY

COWBERRY

HEMLOCK

BOG BILBERRY

SNOWBERRY


THERE ARE VARIOUS ANIMALS, INSECTS AND BIRDS LIVING IN ESTONIA. THE LYNX, WOLVES, BROWN BEARS, MOOSE, WILD BOARS, FOXES, HARES, AND ROE DEER LIVE IN ESTONIAN FORESTS. THE BIGGEST ANIMAL IN ESTONIA IS THE MOOSE. THE SMALLEST ANIMAL IS THE HARVEST MOUSE. THE LARGEST BIRD THAT LIVES IN ESTONIA IS THE MUTE SWAN. THE SMALLEST BIRD IS THE GOLDCREST.

MOOSE

HARVEST MOUSE

VARIOUS FISH LIVE IN ESTONIAN BODIES OF WATER, FOR EXAMPLE, THE PIKE, PERCH, POWAN AND FLOUNDER. THE BIGGEST FISH ARE THE STURGEON AND CATFISH. THERE ARE ALSO SEALS IN THE SEA. THE MOST COMMON IN ESTONIA IS THE RINGED SEAL.

PIKE

RINGED SEAL

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AS TO SNAKES, ADDER AND GRASS SNAKES LIVE IN ESTONIA. THE ADDER IS A VENOMOUS SNAKE, WHICH CAN BE RECOGNIZED BY ITS INDENTED DARK ZIGZAG STRIPE ALONG THE BACK. WHEN A PERSON IS APPROACHING AN ADDER, IT WILL TRY TO CRAWL AWAY. IT BITES ONLY IF YOU STEP ONTO IT. ADDERS AND GRASS SNAKES ARE UNDER NATURE PROTECTION.

GRASS SNAKE

ADDER

ADVICE! YOU CAN GET A GOOD REVIEW OF ESTONIAN NATURE IN THE ESTONIAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY THAT YOU CAN VISIT WITH YOUR PARENTS.

ADVICE!

IT IS LOCATED IN TALLINN, LAI 29A WWW.LOODUSMUUSEUM.EE/EN/

VISIT THE TALLINN ZOO WITH YOUR PARENTS. IT IS LOCATED AT EHITAJATE TEE 150 / PALDISKI MNT. 145 WWW.TALLINNZOO.EE/EN/

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ESTONIAN PUBLIC HOLIDAYS THERE ARE MANY PUBLIC HOLIDAYS CELEBRATED IN ESTONIA. A PUBLIC HOLIDAY IS A DAY OFF. CHILDREN DO NOT HAVE TO GO TO KINDERGARTEN OR SCHOOL AND PARENTS DO NOT GO TO WORK

NEW YEAR’S DAY

(1 JANUARY)

INDEPENDENCE DAY

(24 FEBRUARY)

GOOD FRIDAY

(MARCH OR APRIL)

VICTORY DAY (23 JUNE)

MIDSUMMER DAY

(24 JUNE)

CHRISTMAS

(24-26 DECEMBER)

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NATIONAL HOLIDAYS IN ADDITION TO PUBLIC HOLIDAYS, THERE ARE ALSO SEVERAL NATIONAL HOLIDAYS CELEBRATED IN ESTONIA; FOR EXAMPLE, THE MOTHER TONGUE DAY, MOTHER’S DAY AND FATHER’S DAY. IN SCHOOLS AND KINDERGARTENS, NATIONAL HOLIDAYS ARE USUALLY CELEBRATED WITH TOPICAL EVENTS AND PARTIES.

MOTHER TONGUE DAY

(14 MARCH)

NATIONAL FLAG DAY

(4 JUNE)

MOTHER’S DAY

(MAY)

FATHER’S DAY

(NOVEMBER)

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TRADITIONAL ESTONIAN HOLIDAYS ESTONIANS ALSO CELEBRATE SEVERAL TRADITIONAL CALENDAR HOLIDAYS CONNECTED WITH OLD CUSTOMS. FOR EXAMPLE, ON SHROVE TUESDAY PEOPLE GO SLEDGING AND EAT PEA SOUP AND BUNS WITH WHIPPED CREAM. ON ST. MARTIN’S DAY AND ST. CATHERINE’S DAY, CHILDREN DISGUISE THEMSELVES AND GO FROM DOOR TO DOOR SINGING FOLK SONGS AND TELLING JOKES AND STORIES AND RECEIVE SWEETS.

SHROVE TUESDAY (FEBRUARY)

ST. CATHERINE’S DAY

(25 NOVEMBER)

ST. MARTIN’S DAY

(10 NOVEMBER)

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LET’S SING TOGETHER! ESTONIANS LOVE TO SING AND DANCE TOGETHER. TODAY THERE ARE VERY MANY CHOIRS AND FOLK DANCE GROUPS IN ESTONIA WHERE BOTH ADULTS AND CHILDREN CAN PARTICIPATE. THE SONG AND DANCE FESTIVAL IS HELD EVERY 5 YEARS.

THE FIRST SONG FESTIVAL WAS HELD ALMOST 150 YEARS AGO.

THE FIRST DANCE FESTIVAL WAS HELD MORE THAN 80 YEARS AGO.

ADVICE! SONG FESTIVALS ARE HELD AT THE SONG FESTIVAL GROUNDS, WHICH YOU CAN VISIT WITH YOUR PARENTS. THE SONG FESTIVAL GROUNDS IS LOCATED IN TALLINN, NARVA MNT 96.

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LET’S SING TOGETHER! ONE OF THE MOST WELL-KNOWN CHILDRENS’ SONGS IS „PÕDRA MAJA“ (MOOSE’S HOUSE). THERE ARE LOTS OF MOOSE LIVING IN ESTONIAN FORESTS, AND THE MOOSE IS THE BIGGEST ANIMAL IN ESTONIA.

PÕDRA MAJA PÕDRAL MAJA METSA SEES, VÄIKSEST AKNAST VÄLJA VAATAB JÄNES JOOKSEB KÕIGEST VÄEST LÄVEL SEISMA JÄÄB.

KOP, KOP, LAHTI TEE! METSAS KURI JAHIMEES! JÄNES TUPPA TULE SA, ANNA KÄPPA KA!

KOP, KOP, LAHTI TEE! METSAS KURI JAHIMEES! JÄNES TUPPA TULE SA, ANNA KÄPPA KA!

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ESTONIAN FOLK COSTUMES ESTONIAN FOLK COSTUMES ARE THE HISTORICAL CLOTHES OF ESTONIANS, WHICH ORIGINATE FROM THE 16TH – 17TH CENTURY, SO THEY ARE ABOUT 300 YEARS OLD. THE CLOTHES WERE MADE FROM WOVEN WOOLLEN OR LINEN CLOTH. TODAY ESTONIANS WEAR FOLK COSTUMES MAINLY AT SONG AND DANCE FESTIVALS. FOLK COSTUMES ARE THE PERFORMING OUTFIT OF MANY CHOIRS AND FOLK DANCE GROUPS. FOLK COSTUMES MAY ALSO BE WORN AT PRESIDENTIAL RECEPTIONS.

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ESTONIAN NATIONAL PATTERNS TO DECORATE TRADITIONAL GARMENTS, ESTONIANS USED VARIOUS PATTERNS TYPICAL OF THE REGION WHERE THEY LIVED. FOR EXAMPLE, MUHU ISLAND IS FAMOUS FOR ITS PECULIAR MUHU PATTERNS – EMBROIDERED FLOWERS. MANY TRADITIONAL FOLK COSTUME PATTERNS ARE USED ALSO TODAY TO DECORATE MODERN CLOTHES AND ITEMS.

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CHILDREN’S RECREATIONAL AND FREE TIME ACTIVITIES ESTONIAN CHILDREN LIKE TO PARTICIPATE IN SPORTS, MUSIC AND ARTS. THIS CAN BE DONE IN HOBBY GROUPS AND YOUTH CENTRES. CHILDREN FROM THE AGE OF 7 CAN GO TO YOUTH CENTRES. ALSO, THERE ARE SEVERAL HOBBY GROUPS ORGANIZED AT KINDERGARTENS AND SCHOOLS. IN MANY SCHOOLS, YOU CAN SING IN CHOIRS AND DANCE IN FOLK DANCE GROUPS.

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WHERE TO GO IN FREE TIME?

CHILDREN AND YOUTH CENTRES CHILDREN FROM THE AGE OF 7 CAN GO TO YOUTH CENTRES. YOU CAN FIND INFORMATION ABOUT YOUTH CENTRES AT THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT’S WEBSITE.

RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE CAN GO TO VARIOUS HOBBY GROUPS, SCHOOLS, AND SPORTS CLUBS. DIFFERENT HOBBY GROUPS ARE ORGANIZED AT KINDERGARTENS AND SCHOOLS. FURTHER INFORMATION CAN BE OBTAINED AT THE WEBSITES OF KINDERGARTENS, SCHOOLS, LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, SPORTS CLUBS AND HOBBY SCHOOLS. INFORMATION ABOUT HOBBY SCHOOLS IN MAJOR CITIES: TALLINN HTTP://WWW.TALLINN.EE/ENG/HARIDUS/HOBBY-EDUCATION-SCHOOLS

TARTU HTTP://TARTU.EE/?LANG_ID=2&MENU_ID=12&PAGE_ID=2641

NARVA HTTP://NARVA.EE/RU/GOROSANINU/OBRASOVANIE/SKOLO_PO_INTERECAM/PAGE:645

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MY RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS A CHILD IS A PERSON UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE. ALL CHILDREN IN ESTONIA HAVE EQUAL RIGHTS, REGARDLSS OF THEIR BACKGROUND, COLOUR, PARENTS AND RELIGION.

I HAVE RIGHT TO: -

BE GLAD

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FEEL MYSELF WELL AND SAFE

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EXPRESS MY OPINION

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LIVE IN A NICE FAMILY

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GO TO KINDERGARTEN AND SCHOOL

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HAVE FREE TIME, PLAY AND REST

- GET ON WELL AND BE FRIENDLY WITH MY PARENTS AND CLASSMATES -

NOBODY CAN BULLY OR HIT A CHILD

I HAVE TO: - BE FRIENDLY WITH MY PARENTS, CLASSMATES AND OTHER PEOPLE -

HELP MY PARENTS AND OTHER CHILDREN

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STUDY WELL

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KEEP HEALTHY WHERE TO TURN FOR HELP IF YOU HAVE A PROBLEM?

LASTEABI (CHILD HELPLINE SERVICE)

LAPSEMURE (CHILDRENS’ PROBLEMS)

Telephone 116111

Telephone 646 0770,

http://www.lasteabi.ee/en/

e-mail: lapsemure@hot.ee

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HELP IN EMERGENCY SITUATIONS

ADVICE! IN ORDER TO PREVENT RISKS OF ACCIDENTS, STICK TO THE FOLLOWING RULES:

- DON’T GO TO THE STREET ALONE. - DON’T GO SWIMMING ALONE. - DON’T GET IN A STRANGER’S CAR. - IF SOMEONE BULLIES YOU, TALK ABOUT IT TO YOUR PARENTS OR TEACHER.

AN EMERGENCY SITUATION IS A SITUATION WHERE AN ACCIDENT OR EMERGENCY HAS HAPPENED AND YOU OR OTHER PEOPLE NEED HELP. IN AN EMERGENCY SITUATION, YOU HAVE TO CALL 112 IN ESTONIA.

IF YOU ARE IN AN EMERGENCY OR AN ACCIDENT HAS HAPPENED, WHICH NUMBER YOU CALL? WRITE IT HERE.

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WHAT DID I LEARN?

DRAW OR WRITE HERE WHAT INTERESTING FACTS YOU LEARNED ABOUT ESTONIA AND WHAT YOU LIKED AT TODAY’S TRAINING?

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