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Coasts for Kids - Video Series and Learning Resources

Coasts for Kids aims to empower kids (and adults) to understand more of the complex interactions which regulate coastal environments. The goal is to trigger active engagement with our coasts from an early age, something particularly important in STEM disciplines.
C4K results from of a transdisciplinary team effort including children, their families, teachers, artists, and coastal scientists. Core to the project are our KS1-2 videos, produced collaboratively with primary school pupils aged 6-8 from the Liverpool City Region. All resources are freely available and can be downloaded for use in class or at home.
Check out our website below and our YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXgQva8tPStrhjCl3AiaayBAwMCh2x-xL

This resource is produced by
Edge Hill University, Sefton Council, Southport Eco-Centre
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