June 8 2016

Take The Magic Dolphin Challenge!

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Hi everyone!

Together with Sea Watch I’ve come up with this really cool ‘Dolphin Quiz Challenge’.

http://www.themagicdolphin.co.uk/#dolphinchallenge

The first few questions are very easy, just to get you in the flow, but they get harder as you go!

And guess what…if you get 75% or more you get money off when you buy The Magic Dolphin book! Cool huh ;o))))) And, don’t worry, cos if you don’t do very well the first time, you can have another go at it!

The maps, cartoons and photos in the quiz are really cool so if you like it then share it with your friends, or you could ask you teacher to use it in a lesson one day. One of our adoptees wrote to me last week to say that her teacher used The Challenge for one of the ‘Under the Sea‘ lessons, and everyone LOVED it!!

Well, I’ll leave you to have a go. Good luck!!!

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Kirsten Hintner Copyright 2016. All rights reserved.

Posted 8th June 2016 by Kirsten Hintner in category "Uncategorized

About the Author

Written by Kirsten Hintner, The Magic Dolphin was also the brain child of renowned scientist Dr Peter Evans, well known for his award winning work within cetacean conservation and research charity Sea Watch Foundation. This fun yet educational blog is a continuation of the children's book, written through the eyes of Lucy Hensure, the main human character. Kirsten Hintner has had a varied career as writer, filmmaker and producer, working for many and varied bodies including the BBC, Anglia TV, The Open University, PETA, British Red Cross, Banardos to name just a few. She runs her own company Kirsten Hintner Productions. Kirsten has several years experience working with children and young adults on filming projects and various educational enterprises. In 2010, she ran a series of environmental filming workshops for schools in Pembrokeshire, the two film products winning first and second prizes in their respective categories at a National Schools Media Awards Ceremony in 2011. She is the Creative Administrator of Sea Watch’s Adopt A Dolphin scheme, and is also Editor of its newsletters. She has had a passion for conservation and the welfare of animals and wildlife since a very young child, and her aim is to make a difference within the world of conservation and welfare, and to help protect animals and threatened species internationally.

Love Kirsten x

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