|Mama Crab Wong Ley Kun suggests this lovely group photo.|
The focus was on practising ways to conduct a fun and meaningful walk. Introductions are key to a great walk. Get to know one another, find out what visitors want to see and do. Share more of what to expect.
|Crab veteran Ivan Kwan starts off the first group|
Visitors make the walk awesome!
|We are very lucky to have a great dad|
who is good at spotting animals,
and enthusiastic kids who ask a lot of questions.
|A very experienced visitor shares with another visitor|
info she found on her smart phone about what we saw.
Being outdoors and immersed in nature means we should encourage visitors to listen, touch, smell and taste. The Sea holly secretes salt on its leaves. Touch and taste one!
|Using all the senses.|
For a walk to have lasting impact, provide opportunities for great memories to be created.
|Good memories make for a good walk!|
|A group photo of the early bird groups.|
|Thank you everyone!|
The highlight was a glimpse of an otter from the jetty over Sungei Tampines just before we ended the day.
The day before, we spent a Saturday afternoon in a classroom workshop. Thanks to all the participants who were really sporting! We had a great day sharing and learning from one another.
Then it was time to do the Big Role Play where we act out some possible ways to deal with tricky situations.
|Please keep a distance from the wildlife!|
|Oh no. An injury!|
Thanks to the Lepak in SG team for a great workshop!
|Great presentations during the workshop|
|Taking care of all the details!|
This is one of a series of monthly workshops organised by youths of Lepak In SG for International Year of the Reef 2018. This workshop was organised with the support of the Singapore Sustainability Academy, the Naked Hermit Crabs and wildsingapore.
To get updates on the next workshop, like the Lepak in SG facebook page and the Celebrating Singapore Shores facebook page.
Thanks to Liz Lim for the awesome photos and kind comments
Thanks to MJ Photography for these lovely photos of the walk.
This article is written for Celebrating Singapore Shores as part of International Year of the Reef 2018.