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Kemp’s Ridley Turtles are the smallest sea turtles on earth. Learn more about these incredible creatures as we move, breathe, and learn a new mindfulness activity! We also talk about ahimsa (not harming living creatures) and about making kind choices every day.

 

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Today’s Themes

Scientific (curriculum connections): Kemp’s Ridley Turtle, sea turtles, by-catch

Social-emotional connections: Empathy for others

 

Resources

Kemp’s ridley sea turtle Nature Conservancy Canada

Kemp’s Ridley Turtle Oceana

Understanding and Preventing Fishing Bycatch World Wildlife Organization

Ahimsa (The Concept of Non-Harming in Hinduism) Mahividya

 

Peace Out Podcast

Producer, Writer, Host                                            Chanel Tsang

Sound Editing                                                           Noah Glenn at Perpetual Motion

 

Odyssey Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Light Awash Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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