Saving Sharks with Sophi – Blog 7 – World Ocean’s Day!!

Blue Marbles for World Oceans Day (Click to Enlarge)

My mom read me a story about these blue marbles that people are passing around when someone does something good for water so I got some marbles to pass around for World Ocean Day (June 8).

I gave my class and all my friends and some teachers at my school 2 marbles and some water tips that I wrote.  Then, they could have one for keeping and give the other one away.

My water tips are:

  1. Don’t Waste Water.  Turn off the water when you brush your teeth or do the dishes.
  2. Don’t Litter.  The garbage goes into the sewer and then into the rivers, lakes and oceans.
  3. Use Cold Water.  It takes less energy.

I found some World Ocean Day stuff on the computer and it said the question to ask this year was, What is your favorite ocean animal?… mine is the shark!

7-year old Sophie with “Sharky” (Click to Enlarge)


Seven year old Sophi Bromenshenkel is on a crusade to save sharks and the oceans.  Follow her blog with us as she finds creative ways to help save the oceans while inspiring others to do the same!! Follow all her blogs By clicking here!

Sophi is currently trying to raise money to support shark conservation.FOR MORE INFORMATION CLICK HERE TO HELP SAVE SHARKS WITH SOPHI!

Also, follow the tiger shark named after Sophi…Click Here

5 replies
  1. Dr. Neil Hammerschlag
    Dr. Neil Hammerschlag says:

    Hey Sophi,

    I just got in the mail your card and blue marbles…Thanks so very much. Your blogs are excellent and you are a very creative, talented, dedicated and caring young lady! You make me and your whole family proud!
    Keep up the great work! Almost there…

  2. Ronny
    Ronny says:

    Just continue with your mission, I am glad to see that more and more people interested in environmental protection and protection of life on it. You have my full support.

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