Sea Turtles and Coconut Crafts

Sea Turtles and Coconut Crafts

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Welcome to the Creative Kids Culture Blog Hop!

This week, I’d like to feature Jo-Jack’s craft about Sea Turtles and Coconuts. I chose this post to celebrate the UNCLOS’ decision on upholding fairness in the South Asia/West Philippine disputes.

I also am proud at the humility and calm that the Philippine government is showing in face of this. I hope that both sides can find a good resolution to this, and I am looking forward to seeing how the current government responds to this.

For those who would like to also share this special moment with their children, I highly recommend doing it with this craft and the story of how this even began. Let’s start with our Filipino fishermen and their sudden loss of livelihood when these disputes began and the rare sea turtles that have been taken away to become someone’s meal or decoration on their walls.

Sea Turtles and Coconut Crafts

And here’s some more information regarding this awesome blog hop!
The Creative Kids Culture Blog Hop is a place where bloggers can share multicultural activities, crafts, recipes, and musings for our creative kids. We can’t wait to see what you share this time!

Created by Frances of Discovering the World through My Son’s Eyes, the blog hop has now found a new home at Multicultural Kid Blogs.

This month our co-hosts are:

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A MultiAsian Family Life
Living Ideas
Castle View Academy
Peakle Pie
Crazy Little Family Adventures

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  1. This sounds definitely fun to create with my son, I guess I have to wait another year since he breaks everything he touched lols. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Oh I missed doing blog hop for crafts! I haven’t have crafts lately so I am not able to join. Arts and crafts are the best way to entertain kids.

  3. Oooh I’d love to follow this blog hop. I’m homeschooling my preschool son so I’m constantly looking for creative projects we can do. This is going to be such a big help. Thanks for sharing this. πŸ™‚

  4. Thank you for sharing this! I’ll be adding this to our long list of activities. I’m sure my son will love it! And I also like the link-up party. I’m going to sign up and set up one in my blog. Thanks again! πŸ™‚

  5. I find the turtle activity fun and worthwhile. Spending time with our kids is such a precious opportunity and i would want to make arts and crafts with him often. That way, i could help him hone his creativity and confidence.

  6. Agree, and I also like how they’re grounded in making the decisions (which many netizens, especially the war-freak ones, need to understand!). I love the coconut and sea turtle crafts – will probably copy lol!

  7. Doing activities like this, aside from trying to teach my daughter how to draw an anime is how we spend our afternoons. That is if we don’t sleep for siesta hehehehe… The idea of introducing relevant current events to the craft is something new to me, and I would definitely try that soon on our other art projects πŸ™‚

  8. Great idea! I like it! Kids would learn, and great way to bond with the kiddos as well. Followed Multicultural Kids on twitter and facebook! πŸ˜‰

  9. When my son was still in preschool, he loves pasting activity like your turtle craft. Like you, I hope there will be a resolution as soon as possible so our fishermen can do their regular work.

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