Sink or Swim
Learning the Crawl in the Maldives

Sink or Swim - Learning the Crawl in the Maldives
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Christine

Would have liked to see if the mothers snorkeled and hear what the children had to say about what they saw under the ocean. Will it change their understanding of why they need to keep the beaches clean after seeing the life underwater? That would have been interesting to hear. Too much film ...Read more

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