Super Kids Save the World

Open January 18, 2014

It’s saving electricity with a single flip of a light switch. It’s the power to turn an old tablecloth into a super hero cape and the ability to repair something instead of throwing it away. It’s fighting pollution and saving the world one aluminum can at a time. It’s ordinary kids making a difference. It’s Super Kids Save the World!

Super Kids Save the World gives kids (and their parents) the power to go green! Designed with “green” materials and practices, this super exhibit gives kids real super hero training starting with the four R’s: Reduce, Reuse, Repair, Recycle!


Great Green Reading

Operation Redwood

by S. Terrell French

In northern California, a group of friends fights to save a grove of redwoods from an investment company that plans to cut it down.

Miss Fox’s Class Goes Green

by Eileen Spinelli

Miss Fox’s class leads their school in making choices to help keep the planet healthy.

My Forever Dress

by Harriet Ziefert

Grandma sews an environmentally friendly party dress for her granddaughter that can be recycled as she grows up.

Support for this exhibition generously provided by:

Katie & James Rothschild         

This extract is from George Saves the World by Lunchtime, by Jo Readman and Ley Honor Roberts. Reprinted by permission of The Random House Group Ltd. Text copyright © Jo Readman, 2006. Illustrations copyright © Ley Honor Roberts, 2006. Photographs copyright © Eden Project with thanks to Ley Honor Roberts, Bernie Hawes, Dan Ryan and Glen Leishman. Glass and Newsprint photographs reproduced by kind permission of Rockware Glass and Ayesford Newsprint respectively. All rights reserved. Super Kids Save the World is a hands-on traveling exhibit created by The Magic House and made possible by a grant from the Crawford Taylor Foundation and Enterprise Rent-A-Car.


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