Los Angeles, CA, September 19, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Have you ever tried to educate your children to keep your electricity bills down by switching off lights, not leaving chargers on standby or using energy inefficiently? Well now there are some cartoons created for Bristol Green Capital that will help.
Five new 3D cartoons have been created to encourage children to reduce their electricity usage and therefore your household bills. They are aimed at children aged 7-14 and link directly to topics in the Schools National Curriculum. There are a range of videos and simulation exercises along with online and downloadable classroom resources including a board game and quiz at www.oh-eddy.co.uk.
Each cartoon follows a humorous stories of Electric Eddy and his sister Delta. They are electrons whose fictional adventures are based on simple electrical theory and are set in the appliances that surround us in our everyday lives. Eddy's fun and games can be used to explain all aspects of electricity in an interesting and entertaining way, while his sister Delta makes people aware of its risks and wastages.
The cartoons have been produced by Engineering Adventures and written by Terry Newman, an award-winning author and playwright with many BBC comedy credits. The creators will now start making a new series of cartoons that will explain the operation of a wide range of engineering products and the principles behind how they work. They hope to work with a number of companies who would like educational cartoons of their products, which are fun to watch, but also explain the serious side of how they work as part of the plot.