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It will be useful to have a collection of videos that helps children to understand the subject of climate change.
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Resources are free to access & download. These can be used for classroom teaching as well as at home by parents.

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See the complete list of climate change resources for children here.

What is Climate Change?4-7Global3 minAnimation explaining climate change for childrenAustralian Government
Penguins and polar bears7-11Global3 minExplains the causes of climate change & the impact on the planet. It also looks at positive actions we can take to reduce our carbon footprint.WWF-UK
Our Climate Our Future9-18Most global, some US context40 min - also available as 11 short videos for easy watchingLearn about what is causing climate change and what you can do to stop itAlliance for Climate EducationEmail registration required
I'm only a kid, I can't do anything about climate change.... right?11-18Global7 minStories of kids making an impact on climate changeGlobal Weirding with Katharine Hayhoe
What If All The Ice Melted On Earth?10+Global6 minEstimating effects if all ice melted, ft. Bill NyeAsapSCIENCE
My Cheeseburger Footprint12+Most global, some US context3 minTracks the CO2 emitted from the production of a single cheeseburgerResources for Rethinking
Climate change: Earth's giant game of Tetris11+Global3 minExplains climate change using the game of Tetris: The playing space is Earth, and all those pesky, stacking blocks represent CO2TED-Ed
Climate Science11+Global2-3 min x 11Series of 11 videos explaining weather, climate change evidence, CO2 origins, climate change in the oceans, effects, solutionsPlanet Nutshell

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DLg2NMjzh2o - Would add this to that list, very handy link to explain the problem of ocean acidification. About 3 minutes long, nicely animated and good language used for children (and adults! - this was shown to me in a university lecture).
This almost did make it to the list! It is also odd that it is not already part of the long "Our Climate Our Future" video series that did make it to the list, because they are both by the Alliance for Climate Education.
The reason it was taken out is because the "Climate Science" videos by Planet Nutshell cover ocean acidification in Episode 8 - Climate Change in the Oceans.
But feel free to add an answer with the link.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DLg2NMjzh2o - One of my favorite short videos, which nicely covers ocean acidification in a very palatable way, small addition to the excellent list of resources available in the first answer. 

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