22 April 2017:The aquarium teaches students how to turn everyday items into beautiful terrariums. In conjunction with World Earth Day 2017, Aquaria KLCC held a ‘Conserve and Preserve’ event with Smart Reader Kids to teach them how to turn trash into treasure.
The children learned the importance of keeping bio-diverse ecosystems healthy, the dangers threatening planet Earth, and how they can do their part to conserve nature.
As part of the event, the premium oceanarium organised an upcycled garden competition where the students took ordinary, everyday items like tires and popsicle sticks, and turned them into beautiful terrariums perfect for decorating their home with!
Beautiful terrarium made by Smart Reader Kids
Guided tour of Aquaria KLCC for contest winners
“Just like Aquaria KLCC, we aim to celebrate World Earth Day by raising awareness on the importance of creating a healthy and sustainable Earth,” said Smart Reader Worldwide Executive Director Keefe Ong.
“We were elated when Aquaria contacted Smart Reader Worldwide, presenting out students with the opportunity to take part in this campaign. We believe every person plays a role in protecting the environment, and at Smart Reader Kids, we believe that environmental awareness begins with the little ones. After all, the children of today are the leaders of tomorrow.”
The ‘Trash into Treasure’ competition was held at the Smart Reader Kids auditorium from 1-18 April. The winning upcycled gardens were displayed at the Grouper Hall with the winning centre receiving complimentary entry to Aquaria KLCC plus a guided tour.
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