Animals are not science projects, and there are better ways to learn about our world! Check out these humane project ideas that your students will love.
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A Toronto vegan believes that people shouldn’t compromise ethics, especially when they’re down on their luck.
You’ll never guess the origins of these innovative vegan leather accessories. Wearable pineapple—what?!
Robert Rehm was an accomplished artist, but one of his proudest moments was the day Paul McCartney wore his first “Eat No …” T-shirt.
It’s no surprise that people who abuse animals for a living want to be invisible. But right has triumphed again.
Share your love for animals and make your classroom look awesome by incorporating some of TeachKind”s fun classroom decorating tips!
Thinking about getting a classroom “pet”? Think again. Find out why the classroom is NOT a good place for animals.
Show your class the difference between the lives that chickens want to live and the lives that they’re forced to live on factory farms.
Teach your students to help others by encouraging them to do community service.
There are plenty of excellent student-friendly books with animal rights messages out there—check out TeachKind’s top picks!
Make sure that the products you use in your classroom aren’t tested on animals.
Sushi lover? You’re in for an unforgettable treat!
When two PETA volunteers decided to get hitched, there was only one venue that would do for their “I do’s.”
As the town of Brighton, Vt., searches for a missing (and presumed stolen) electronic road sign that was last seen on September 2, PETA sent a letter this afternoon …
One minute, the dog was running down the street outside Santiago, Chile—the next minute, the animal was lying motionless. Did a Google Street View car hit and kill the …