Free Download: 2019 ‘Rescued!’ Wallpaper Calendars for Teachers  

New year, new you—and a new chance to let your compassion for animals shine in the classroom. Every small thing that you do to instill in your students the knowledge that animals deserve our empathy makes a big difference. As an educator, you have the power to help build a society in which consideration for animals is the norm, not the exception—so make teaching kindness a 2019 goal.

To help inspire you each month, TeachKind is offering teachers free 2019 “Rescued!” wallpaper calendars (formatted for desktops, tablets, and mobile phones), designed especially for humane educators. Each month’s wallpaper features a gorgeous photograph of an animal rescued by PETA, plus the animal’s heartwarming story and a relevant “teacher tip” to help you tie the story’s message into a simple action that you can take at school.

Keep yourself motivated to speak up for animals all through the year, and make 2019 your most compassionate and inspired one yet. Download this month’s free wallpaper below, and set it as the background on all your devices.

January

Select your device type and download your FREE January wallpaper: Computer, Tablet, or Mobile.

February

Select your device type and download your FREE February wallpaper: Computer, Tablet, or Mobile.

March

Select your device type and download your FREE March wallpaper: Computer, Tablet, or Mobile.

April

Select your device type and download your FREE April wallpaper: Computer, Tablet, or Mobile.

May

Select your device type and download your FREE May wallpaper: Computer, Tablet, or Mobile.

June

Select your device type and download your FREE June wallpaper: Computer, Tablet, or Mobile.

July

Select your device type and download your FREE July wallpaper: Computer, Tablet, or Mobile.

August

Select your device type and download your FREE August wallpaper: Computer, Tablet, or Mobile.

September

Select your device type and download your FREE September wallpaper: Computer, Tablet, or Mobile.

October

Select your device type and download your FREE October wallpaper: Computer, Tablet, or Mobile.

November

Select your device type and download your FREE November wallpaper: Computer, Tablet, or Mobile.

December

Select your device type and download your FREE December wallpaper: Computer, Tablet, or Mobile.

Your calendar will keep you inspired and equipped with ways to speak up for animals, but don’t stop there! Conquer 2019 with kindness by signing up for TeachKind’s Lesson of the Week, which will give you the inside scoop on our free lesson plans, activities, and contests, plus inspirational tips and more for humane educators, sent straight to your e-mail inbox.

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“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE

— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind