Last December, Ana María García Cegarra, gave a environmental education workshop to 1st-grade high-school students from the Liceo B-13 in Antofagasta, Chile. She gave a short presentation followed by a hands-on session where they played our brand-new Peruvian Food Chain Jenga in Spanish! Students love the game and Ana María is eager to use it again in the future.
Ana María is an awesome whale researcher that works in Chile and Peru, and she is a PhD candidate in the Applied Science-Marine Coastal Ecosystems program at the Universidad de Antofagasta. Thank you to Ana Maria for inspiring young students and for choosing our tool! 🙂