Humane Classroom Tools and Ideas
TeachKind’s new natural resources lesson has a compassionate, animal-friendly twist and teaches students that sentient beings aren’t natural resources.
We know teachers and homeschooling parents are busy. Sometimes you just don’t have time to sit and read about the latest and greatest topics in education. That’s why TeachKind and TeachKind Science joined the PETA Podcast to provide fun and exciting episodes that bring important education topics to you for your multitasking listening pleasure! In… Read more »
PETA’s docuseries “The Failed Experiment” will capture students’ attention and prove to be a valuable teacher resource for exploring the topic of animal testing.
Dissecting animals’ eyeballs in the classroom is gross, unethical, and easily replaced with this fun, humane, and edible eyeball dissection option!
How can your classroom get a cutting-edge invention that’s preventing animals from being killed and cut apart? Find out by watching this video.
Teach compassion by helping students care for a class plant.
Swap out your classroom butterfly kit for a butterfly garden—a life-cycle activity that teaches kindness and compassion for all sentient beings.
Get a glimpse into more compassion for frogs as TeachKind Science reflects on its 2023 dissection pilot. Then get your school to hop to it and sign up!
What does an education conference for science teachers have to do with animal liberation? Let TeachKind, PETA’s humane education division, school you on the subject.
“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