Sounds like an awesome idea.
I don't know of any actual Natsoc children's entertainment.
Dr. Seuss is a great example on how to communicate to people on multiple levels.
As is Mr. Rodgers.
Children are ignorant, but not stupid (for the relative IQ ect. ect. of their parents, genetics, and surroundings)
Old fairy tales have danger, and a consequence attached to the wisdom. Making it real. Most stories in this day and age are feel good fluff without the danger or the true wisdom. Too gruesome for the poor children. (Not that everything ought to be jammed with wisdom and redpills All the time.)
Except for Dr. Seuss books. The consequence are hidden in plain sight. The implications are real.
Tom and Jerry show comedically the price of hubris (and other lessons looking deeper into it). The iconic Tom and Jerry. It manages to slip past expectations by being funny, not about humans, (at the time) being animated. The problem is that finding the lessons takes some digging.
Children's entertainment. These tend to have a clear cut message most of the stated outright. Crime doesn't pay. Stealing is wrong. Listen to your parents. Obey the school.
The implications can really show some scary stuff. Not in a good way, but in the show's message has been made by people who are fanatics. The doing X is normal, but doing Y is wrong and get's attention then eventually love.
Political Kids media. It can be obvious or 'subtle' with the message. Sometimes it's just someone on the team not really thinking about it.
Games. Are a peer to peer experience that can matter more, except when it's for self reflection and discovery.
Celebrities and E-Celebrities. What a mess that is. People kids look up to for whatever reason. The problem is most are just human.
Being Mr. Rodgers is possible. Requires alot of self change, communication, and possibly philosophy.
Schools, Parents, and (((them))). Biggest hurdle in making stuff is connections, that means advertising. Unless the things made are masterpieces word of mouth might not cut it.
Two methods. The first, it's innocuous enough that it's read and understood by children slips by adults for whatever reason. The second, is being part of their counter culture. This is already going on.
Both should be used.
Brand, Icon, or Mascot. Depending on how big this gets having one is a great help.
Memes. Never forget the memes.>>221001