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We’ve created a selection of themed learning content on the Oxfam Education website for use at home, in the classroom or both!  Consider what we all need to thrive, explore what connects us and be inspired to make a difference.

Being confined to our homes has prompted many of us to reflect on our personal space and the importance of our communities. But before the first lockdowns began almost 80 million people around the world had been forced to leave their homes, communities and sometimes families, and start over somewhere new.

Use these activity ideas to help children to:

  • think about what home means to them
  • start to understand some of the reasons why people might move withion and between countries
  • develop empathy for people forced to flee their homes

This pack is for use by teachers, parents and carers alongside the Think about the importance of home activities page on the Oxfam Education website

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