This week, the SINAL team together with a group of students from America painted a mural at the local school of Hervalina Diniz to inspire a love for their learning space, and for the Atlantic Forest that surrounds their community.
The kids had an opportunity to learn about where the visiting students came from, how their hometown looks like, what types of food they eat, and even had an exchange of dance moves between America and Brazil!
During the painting sessions, the kids teamed up with the visiting students to paint endangered and notable animals they can find in the Atlantic Forest, such as jaguars, golden lion tamarins, sloths, etc. Here are some of the photos of the event.
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