Air Alliance Houston has FREE air pollution and health education programs for elementary and middle school students. Three age-appropriate curricula are aligned to the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) objectives in science, health, language arts, and fine arts. Book Ozone Theater for your students today!

Pesky Polluters

Earth Day 2010 533In “Pesky Polluters,” Kindergarten through second grade students are introduced to the concept of air pollution and the difference between clean air and dirty air. They act out various sources of air pollution such as a bus, a car, a plane, a factory, or a gas station.

“I love all the actions and movements. Great for young children! The students were very engaged. The Teaching Artist was very energetic and patient with the kids. I learned a lot too!” 

- Humble ISD Elementary School Teacher


Good Ozone, Bad Ozone

Children with ozone theater flags

In “Good Ozone, Bad Ozone,” third through fifth graders learn the difference between the ozone layer and ground-level ozone. They are introduced to the federal government’s Air Quality Index and they act out appropriate, safe activities for times when ground-level ozone is elevated.

“Very informative, and the children were interested and engaged. It’s a great lead-in for our Science Fair project.”

- Houston ISD Elementary School Teacher


Air Pollution Solutions


In “Air Pollution Solutions,” middle school students learn the basic facts of air pollution: what it is, where it comes from, and what they can do about it. Students are led through an improvisational drama in which they act out possible solutions to ozone exposure during sports practice.

“My teachers were impressed, and they’re a tough group to impress.”

- Pasadena ISD Science Curriculum Manager


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