Kidini Karate Bully Prevention & Child Safety Program Awarded Grant to Teach Pennsylvania’s DCIU Head Start Early Childhood Learning Centers

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Kidini Karate is America's best bully prevention and child safety program that provides Kidini Assemblies, Kidini Camps and once a week classes to early learning centers and elementary schools to teach children at how to recognize, avoid, or escape bullies, sexual predators, and child abductors. Kidini was awarded a grant from DCIU of Pennsylvania to educate children from the ages of 2 to 8 years old about bullying and child safety at the Head Start Early Childhood Learning Center in Marcus Hook, Pennsylvania.

Kidini Karate is America's Best Bully Prevention Program for Children 2 to 8 Years Old

What should parents do to teach children how to protect their selves from bullies, sexual predators and child abductors without scaring them?

The Kidini parent & child read along safety book and the Kidini sing along music CD is a great place to begin teaching your child about these issues.

Kidini will start its four week program at the Marcus Hook, Pa Head Start Early Learning Center on April 25th Wednesday at 10:00 AM and the Kidini Karate recital for the children's guardians & parents will be held on May 23rd at 2:30PM at the same location.

In the Kidini Karate class, every child will receive the Kidini book and Kidini CD's and Kidini trading cards.
Also, each child will receive a KIDINI KARATE BELT with their name on it.

After each class the child will receive a Kidini Karate certificate to be taken home and signed by their parent or guardian.

The Kidini program will be surveyed with a form for the parent and the instructor to provide an outcome report for the head start committee of DCIU of Pennsylvania.

The Delaware County Intermediate Unit (DCIU) is a regional education services agency. It is their mission to provide leadership for the development of innovative and cost-effective programs to meet the needs of our county.

DCIU serves more than 80,000 school-aged students and more than 6,000 educators on a regional basis. Direct instruction is provided to more than 15,000 students enrolled in DCIU’s Special Programs, Career and Technical Education and specialized programs.

In the Kidini Bully Prevention Child Safety Program, children are introduced to eight (8) friendly characters - all members of the Kidini Team - each one uniquely skilled to recognize, avoid and escape troublesome or dangerous situations. Children will be guided through the steps each member must take in order to stay safe with individual character lessons and easy to sing-a-long songs. Kidini is a fun, educational and interactive way to empower children with knowledge how to protect their selves in a non-threatening or fearful manner.

Schools, early learning centers, and daycares can host Kidini Karate Assemblies, Kidini Karate Camps or once a week Kidini Karate Classes .For more information how to start a Karate Assembly, Kidini Karate Camp or Karate Class, go online to

Kidini LLC
Kidini was researched by: Cooksy, L. J. & Egan, A. (2009). Helping Children Develop Self-Protective Skills: A Review of Guidelines and Programs. Newark, DE: Delaware Education Research & Development Center, University of Delaware.

Michael Graves received the Excellence in Teaching Martial arts Award and was inducted in the USA KARATE Hall of Fame, the Action Martial Arts Hall of Fame and has been tutoring parents and children about bully prevention and child safety for over 20 years. Michael has been seen on: CNN, ABC, CBS, Comcast, and Nickelodeon, Shape magazine, Edge magazine, Oxygen magazine, Nick Jr. The Miami Herald, the Philadelphia Inquirer

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