Introduce your three- to five-year-olds to electricity and safe practices. They’re not too young to learn about electricity! Check out our resources to help teach them about electric power and how to stay safe.

Discover our preschool educational kits

Hydro-Québec’s preschool educational kits are ready to use for kindergartens, early childhood centers and daycare centers. What’s more, they’re available free of charge to Québec educators wishing to introduce their class to different electrical concepts.


Electricity for ages 3 to 5

This material has been designed specifically with the goal of introducing 3-5-year-olds to basic electrical concepts and safe habits.

Six stunningly illustrated posters depict situations in the lives of Luke and Lily: Luke and Lily in the kitchen, Lily’s bedroom, Luke in the bathroom, Luke and Lily in their backyard, Luke and Lily at the day-care center, and Luke and Lily go camping. Little ones will instantly identify with these two appealing characters and their surroundings. The posters can also support a range of fun and educational games and activities, like search-and-find, association games, riddles, storytelling and more.

See the Electricity for ages 3 to 5 kit's complete file

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Electricity is an extraordinary source of power that poses no danger when correctly used. Teach your students about safe habits to adopt when in the presence of electricity.


A host of information on the amazing world of energy is right at your fingertips. To enhance your activity or simply find out more, take a look!

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Safety is everyone’s business

Avoiding electrical shocks and accidents is easy: you just need to know what to do. Take a few minutes to find out more and teach your students about safe habits to adopt when in the presence of electricity.

Visit our Safety advice website.

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