Ing’s Rainbow Sea Creatures Artwork For her Grandsons & Sharks4Kids
Ing’s Colorful Rainbow Blacktip Reef Shark and more Sea creatures for my Grandsons, Bodhi and Kai from Grandma Ing, 12.2.2023
Under the sea: Sea creatures, Building, and drawing artwork of sea creature under the sea at Hua Hin Resort BLUPORT, Hua Hin, Thailand. Artwork by Ing-On Vibulbhan-Watts
Twin Blacktip Reef Sharks: Two Blacktip Reef Sharks swim freely in the sea, and the drawing artwork of sea creatures under the sea at Hua Hin Resort BLUPORT, Hua Hin, Thailand. Artwork by Ing-On Vibulbhan-Watts
Watch Out!!! Watch Out for the nets, humans will come with huge ships and large nets to take all the sea creatures to eat.
Today, I did two artworks for you and Kai. I hope you like them. Please tell Grandma the names of the sea creatures in the first drawing of the sea creature artwork at the Hua Hin Resort BLUPORT.
Love & miss all of you,
Grandma Ing and Grandpa John
A Colorful Blacktip Reef Shark or as John calls it, a Rainbow Shark: I would like to see colorful sea creatures swim freely in the sea.
Artwork by Ing-On Vibulbhan-Watts
Shark’s Shadow: Bodhi do you see the shadow of the rainbow shark? Kai, Grandma hopes that the shadow of the colorful rainbow shark will give you some idea for your drawings of dinosaurs with their shadows on the ground.
Negative Space: Dear Bodhi and Kai, Grandpa John suggested to me that I should have more negative space for this colorful Blacktip Reef Shark and its shadow. I did two artworks on negative space, one dark and other is lighter one. Please, tell Grandma what do you think about Negative Space? If you do not know about Negative Space then ask Daddy and Mommy to explain to you. YouTube’s Videos might show you some samples of Negative Space.
Reef Manta Ray
Ing’s Rainbow Reef Manta Ray
Bodhi, do you see the Rainbow Reef Manta Ray smiling? Kai, what do you think about all the different shades of Grandma’s Rainbow Reef Manta Ray? Grandpa John and I hope that both of you will get better from the strep throat soon.
Bodhi, it isn’t a magic we can change regular blacktip reef shark into be a Rainbow shark. Kai, your brother, he did a lot of magic by doing artwork with his dinosaurs’ drawings. Bodhi, you can do it too by working on your drawing with sharks that you like. Ask, your bother Kai to teach you how to draw. Your Grandpa John has done a lot of magic. He loves to do a lot of artworks; he has been drawings since he was young like you.
Spotted Eagle Ray
Dear Bodhi, can you count how many spots are there on this Spotted Eagle Ray? Kai, what do you think about the different color spots on this Spotted Eagle Ray? Grandma tried different colors and see the different effect on this Spotted Eagle Ray. Which color both of you like the most?
Love & miss all of you,
Into The Industry: Sharks4Kids
WELCOME TO SHARKS4KIDS
The goal of Sharks4Kids is to create a new generation of shark advocates through access to a dynamic range of educational materials and experiences. Curriculum, games and activities will allow teachers to integrate shark education into their science programs on an introductory, intermediate or advanced level. Students can access games, activities and info sheets to satisfy their own curiosity about sharks. Photos and videos from scientists and conservationists bring an exciting element into the classroom and show students the beauty of the ocean.
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Shark week might be over, but we shouldn’t forget about these captivating predators that are vital to the health of our oceans… In this short and sweet interview, shark enthusiast Jillian Morris (@sharkeducation), fills us in on her global mission to educate the younger generation, changing fear to fascination, and creating a community of shark advocates.
HEY JILLIAN! TELL US A BIT ABOUT YOURSELF.
Photo: Jillian Morris
My name is Jillian Morris and I am a marine biologist, shark conservationist and founder of Sharks4Kids. I live in The Bahamas with my husband and adopted island pit bull.
YOU’VE BUILT YOUR LIFE AROUND THE OCEAN. WHAT DREW YOU TO IT IN THE FIRST PLACE?
I had parents who took me to the ocean from an early age, which fostered an immediate love for it. I grew up in Maine and spent hours exploring tidepools. I also got to snorkel with my first shark (a nurse shark!) at the age of 9 whilst visiting Florida.
HOW DID SHARKS4KIDS COME ABOUT?
It came from a belief that kids can make a difference for sharks and the oceans. We wanted kids and educators to have access to free materials to help them dive into the world of these amazing animals. No matter where we live, the oceans are vital and sharks are an important part of healthy oceans. Along with curriculum, we wanted to also offer presentations and outreach opportunities. The program has grown to include classroom visits in person and virtual meetings around the world, as well as science and outreach opportunities for students.
Mr Shark ( Duncan Brake) teaching kids about sharks. Photo: Jillian Morris
WHAT IS SHARKS4KIDS MISSION?
We are creating the next generation of shark advocates through education, outreach and adventure. We are changing fear to fascination and empowering students. We have connected with over 75,000 students in 44 countries and 47 US states.
Sharks4Kids teaching students in Singapore about sharks. Photo: Shirley Chong
AND WHAT DO YOU HOPE TO ACHIEVE THROUGH THIS PROGRAM?
I hope to inspire as many students as possible to be a voice for sharks and our oceans. I hope to inspire them to make better choices and to be global citizens.
Outreach director Michelle Andersen teaching kids about shark tagging (Photo: Jillian Morris) and Sharks4Kids & Bimini Scuba Center taking kids to see sharks and rays (Photo: Duncan Brake)
THATS INCREDIBLE! SO, WHAT DOES A TYPICAL DAY LOOK LIKE FOR YOU?
It depends, which is always exciting. I might be out filming or photographing sharks, teaching students in a classroom or tagging sharks as part of several research projects. No matter what or where, it usually revolves around sharks.
SO WHY ARE SHARKS SO IMPORTANT TO YOU?
I have been fascinated with them my whole life. There is so much fear surrounding these animals, when really, we should fear an ocean without them. I want the world to see how remarkable and important these animals are. They deserve our respect and I am working to do everything I can to help save these amazing creatures.
Jillian with nurse sharks. Photo: Duncan Brake
WHAT MADE YOU WANT TO GO INTO CHILD EDUCATION?
It was never something I had planned, but I combined my science background with my passion for conservation and photography and this evolved into educating students around the world.
WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE TO PEOPLE WHO WANT TO GO INTO THIS CAREER?
I would say find something you are passionate about and share it with others. You don’t have to be in a formal education position (ie teacher or lecturer) to make an impact.
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