Thank you for supporting the ocean by celebrating World Oceans Day! This lesson was designed with youth in mind and we hope that young people will use this resource to teach their peers and community members about plastic pollution, inspire them with solutions, and empower them by doing an activity. It is easy to follow and can be done from anywhere!
Read books from our partners in the Global Ocean and Aquatic Library featuring the World Oceans Day children's book. This collection was developed as a free online resource for children and families around the world!
The official World Oceans Day book is available to print and distribute to your audience and local community, beginning at a quantity of 500. For orders of 2,000 or more books, organizations involved in The Ocean Project partner network, can have the books printed in many languages, including Spanish, French, Russian and English. These books can also be customized to have the sponsoring business or organization’s name displayed on the inside cover. If interested in ordering, please contact our partner at Unite for Literacy: email@example.com.
Download new resources from Splash & Bubbles including activity sheets, social media graphics, a party kit and more!
The team from the Octonauts, a popular kids TV show about the ocean, have provided downloadable activities and media, free for your use. Check out these fantastic resources for more information on how to integrate the Octonauts into your event.
YUNGA Youth Guides are designed to give you even deeper insights into core topics. They allow you to explore each theme more closely, building a detailed understanding of the issues at hand and the ways in which you can get involved. They also contain links to additional resources and information so you can keep learning independently.
The Youth Guide to the Ocean illustrates the many wonders of the ocean, what the ocean does for us and what we are doing to the ocean. At the end of the Guide you’ll find a simple but effective strategy for setting up an action plan to undertake your very own conservation project. What are you waiting for? Get involved!