FREE TeachKind Materials


TeachKind offers FREE materials that cover a wide variety of issues and feature age-appropriate language and images.

Use the form below to choose the grade level and class size that you’d like to order materials for. If you need items in larger quantities, have questions about additional items, or would like any other information, just e-mail us at [email protected]!

Our primary school kit for K–5 educators includes A Cow’s Life, A Chicken’s Life, A Dog’s Life, and A Rat’s Life comic books; circus activity booklets; copies of the magazine The Kids’ Guide to Helping Animals; and PETA Kids sticker sheets in quantities that you choose below. Also included in the primary kit is TeachKind’s signature elementary school program “Share the World.”

Our secondary school kit for 6–12 educators includes our “Guide to Going Vegan”; leaflets about dissection, animal circuses, animal testing, and the environment; and sticker sheets in quantities that you choose below.

Please note: The items below are written and designed to be appropriate for children and teens, but you know your students best. Please use your discretion in deciding which materials will suit your classroom and students.

  • Home Educators

    You’re welcome to use this form to order free materials for your children or any other students you homeschool. Items can be ordered individually or in sets of 10.

More Free Teaching Materials

TeachKind helps schools, educators, and parents promote compassion for animals through free lessons, virtual classroom presentations, advice, online materials, and more. Check out our resources and start building empathy for all now:

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  • Our informative and easy-to-digest three-part video series explains how TeachKind can aid you in your mission to bring more kindness into kids’ lives.
  • If you’re looking for interesting animal-friendly anatomy lessons, dive right into our humane science education resources. They’re instructional and easy to navigate for you and your students—plus, they can help develop kids’ empathy and compassion.
  • These virtual lessons and activities are perfect for keeping students engaged at home, helping them learn more about animals, and getting them to flex their empathy muscles.
  • Check out this list of digital worksheets—students can download them and type their responses into text boxes. (If you have access to a printer, check out our printable resources for grades K–12.)

  • Challenging Assumptions is TeachKind’s free social justice curriculum designed to empower students in grades 6–12 to challenge societal norms and inspire compassion and empathy for others regardless of species, race, gender, sexual identity, age, or ability.

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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