Amuseum@Home: Day 15

Discover amazing things about St. Martin from home! Have fun and learn about the island, while you’re protecting your community and yourself by staying home. Get fascinating and free stuff from Les Fruits de Mer–every day!

BOOK OF THE DAY

Shadow of a Drought
During 2015 drought conditions impacted much of the Caribbean. This photo essay documents some of the impacts of drought on St. Martin. With climate change, droughts are increasing in the northeast Caribbean. Almost every year since 2015 has been drier than usual. How will this impact people and nature?

Download for free: http://goo.gl/9dsk1Z


ACTIVITY OF THE DAY

Lizard Mask

Lizards are an important and distinctive part of Caribbean ecology. Most native lizards are endemic to an island or small range of islands. This lizard mask is sized for kid faces. You can prepare the masks ahead of time so they are ready to color. Share images of local lizards if the kids want to make their mask look like a specific kind of lizard.

Download for free: http://www.lesfruitsdemer.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/Lizard-Mask.pdf


VIDEO OF THE DAY

Helping Habitats After Irma

How did people help nature come back after Hurricane Irma in the Caribbean? Why is it important? See and learn by watching today’s video! Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O0lbzpFkRFg

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