- Review Process
- Take Action
- A project of
Ozzy Ozone and Alberta the Albatross take students on a voyage of discovery to learn exactly what is attacking the ozone layer. This animated video informs students on the role the ozone layer plays in protecting us from the sun’s rays, the natural consequences of the depletion of this natural shield and most importantly what actions they can take to help make a difference.
Ozzy Ozone aims to get students reflecting about the ozone layer and climate change. Appropriate for grade two to five students, the video can be used to introduce the role of the ozone layer and is a fun, animated way to increase students’ awareness about climate change. This video can be easily integrated into the science and social studies curriculum or as part of Ozone Day on September 16th.
The following tool will allow you to explore the relevant curriculum matches for this resource. To start, select a province listed below.