Free 2017 Desktop Calendars for Teachers

Happy 2017! A new year brings new beginnings—and a brand-new opportunity for you to open the minds of your students and teach them to have compassion for all beings, large and small. We want this to be your most inspired year for animals yet, so we put together a year’s worth of free 2017 monthly “Rescued” desktop calendars made especially for TeachKind teachers.

Each month’s calendar features a gorgeous animal photo and the story of his or her rescue, plus a helpful tip on ways to foster kindness to animals in your students. Make it a goal to incorporate our monthly suggestions into your lessons, and use the images and rescue stories to prompt conversations about compassion toward all living beings.

We know that seeing these adorable animal photos, inspiring rescue stories, and helpful teaching tips each time you turn on your computer or tablet is sure to keep you motivated and make you smile. Fill your year with humane education by downloading this month’s free calendar wallpaper today!

January

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February

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March

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April

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May

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June

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July

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August

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September

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October

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November

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December

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