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Kids Ocean Day

Kids Ocean Day is a project of The Malibu Foundation for Environmental Education, a nonprofit 501 (c) 3 organization, specializing in school outreach and coastal quality issues. It offers a comprehensive, multi-tiered program that incorporates a complete watershed approach through education and consists of school assemblies, lesson plans, beach cleanups and an aerial art project.

Los Angeles, CA, 1471 S. Bedford Street # 3, USA, 90035
The goals of KIDS OCEAN DAY are to motivate the students to care about their environment and involve them in community service. Getting kids to the beach and in touch with nature challenges them to recycle, reduce litter and participate in beach clean-ups. By taking an active role in the care of their environment, the likelihood that this behavior becomes part of their lifestyle increases.
Key programs & initiatives
The Kids Ocean Day adopt-a-beach school assembly program has been presented more than 4,300 times to more than 670,000 California school children since October 1991. About 122,000 kids have participated in the last 20 annual Kids Ocean Day adopt-a-beach cleanups.

The annual cleanup field trip allows kids to experience firsthand the effect they have on beaches and oceans, which helps build their appreciation of these vital resources. One of the basic concepts of Environmental Education is to get the children outside and in touch with nature. This experience gets children’s feet and hands in the sand, making a clear connection between the concept of environmental protection taught in the classroom and the real-life situations seen on the beach.

The school assembly program incorporates one of the most important issues of our community: storm water run-off and the effect on water quality and marine life. This issue is a central one to the storm drain-stenciling program that The City of Los Angeles and Heal the Bay have developed.
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