Kids Climate Action Network (Kids CAN) is a coalition of Oxford-based organisations and individuals working to create safe, fact-based and empowering climate change resources and information for children, and to support the adults around them.

 

 

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Books to educate, inspire and move
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In April this year, LCWO donated 23 books to the Many Voices Collection, a special collection which is part of the Oxford Poetry Library.  To read about the collection and reason for donation, see this post on the LCWO website.  … Read More

‘Me & My Bee’ – an energetic romp through a huge issue, with some fundamental flaws
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Reviewed by Mim, LCWO Lead Programme Manager, climate communicator, mother of two and founder of KidsCAN   This weekend, I took my daughters, aged 4 (and ¾!) and 10, to watch ThisEgg & Oxford Playhouse’s 45-minute play ‘Me & My … Read More

Kids’ homeschooling resources from Oxfam
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Some homeschooling links from our friends at Oxfam: New Year’s Resolutions: Help learners shape their ideal future COVID-19 responses around the world: A teaching resource for ages 9-14 Water: Home Learning Activities for ages 7-14 What do we all need … Read More

Nature-themed gifts for kids made with the environment in mind
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  Yesterday’s post was about why ‘Clean Up!’ by Nathan Bryon is my pro-environmental kid’s book of the year, and to find out about the great new lending library initiative by Oxford Poetry Library and The Children’s Allotment, the ‘Many … Read More

LCWO wins Westmill Solar Co-operative funding for KidsCAN work
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We’re thrilled to announce that we have been successful in our bid to Westmill Solar Co-operative’s first round of community grants. This grant will fund the creation of a guide for concerned adults wishing to engage with children about climate … Read More

Nathan Bryon’s ‘Clean up!’ is my favourite children’s book of 2020 – here’s why
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My 4 year old and I discovered this book earlier this year.  She loves it and so do I, and it is easily my favourite pro-environmental kid’s book of 2020.  Here’s why:   The main character is not white. The … Read More