'A Crab, a Shell, and a Little Help': storytelling with the Naked Hermit Crabs

Share this adorable storytelling session with your kids. Learn together about marine life on Changi beach and how litter affects them.
As the youngest volunteer of the Naked Hermit Crabs who shares the story of  'A Crab, a Shell, and a Little Help' written by students of the Raffles Ecological Literacy Programme! Watch the video to read along with your family.

From the Naked Hermit Crabs:

Learn about marine trash

Ever wondered how our beaches stay so clean? Often, before the day starts, cleaners sweep our beaches for trash that is carried in with the waves.

To help us learn about hermit crabs and marine trash, Halley and November are back to read you the story 'A Crab, a Shell, and a Little Help', written by students of the Raffles Ecological Literacy Programme!

The story is set in Changi Beach, which is teeming with wildlife. If you would like to reduce marine trash, you can reduce and refuse plastics in your everyday life and maybe join a coastal cleanup with International Coastal Cleanup Singapore when things become better!

To read along with the video, you can find a virtual copy of the book here: tinyurl.com/ecolitbooks

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