‘BREE Kind to All’—One Rescued Rooster’s Message to the World

TeachKind’s reading activities for the book “Bree and Me” help young learners with reading comprehension and encourage discussion about the importance of being kind.

Learn All About Chickens From TeachKind’s Video With the Author of ‘Bree and Me’ and Bree himself!

Did you know that chickens like to sunbathe? Or that they dream when they sleep? Learn more interesting and surprising facts about chickens from TeachKind’s video featuring author Camille Licate and her rescued rooster companion, Bree! Bree was rescued off the street in New York City when he was just a chick. Camille took him … Read more »

Must-Read Compassionate Books

These animal-friendly books are perfect for school holidays or any other time of the year!

3 Fish-Friendly Activities to Teach Students Empathy

Don’t judge a book by its cover. As one scientist says, “Fish are more intelligent than they appear.”

Meet Becky Cummings, Homeschooler and Children’s Book Author

Get to know children’s book author Becky Cummings, and draw inspiration from her experiences.

‘Junebug: No Life Too Small’ Virtual Read-Aloud

Watch TeachKind’s read-aloud of an excerpt from a compassionate children’s book about respecting and showing kindness to insects.

Spotlight: Meet Author and Vegan Activist Stewart Mitchell

The children’s book author and activist known as Vigilante Vegan talks to TeachKind about his inspiring work.

‘Jack and the Bean Stew’: A Tale of Plants, Animals, and Adventure

Have students take a deep dive into the story of “Jack and the Bean Stew” with Lean & Green Kids and TeachKind.

Why You Need to Show Your Students Disney’s ‘The One and Only Ivan’

Find out why TeachKind is encouraging teachers and students who respect animals to stream Disney’s “The One and Only Ivan”!

Host a Student-Led Book Club Based on PETA President’s Bestseller ‘Animalkind’

“Animalkind” is a fascinating study of reasons why our fellow sentient beings deserve our respect—and it also suggests steps that every reader can take to put this new understanding into action.

Celebrate National Library Week at Home With TeachKind!

This National Library Week, take advantage of TeachKind’s many literary resources from the comfort of your own home.

Novel Study: Robin Lamont’s ‘The Chain’ From The Kinship Series

“The Chain” offers a look inside the seemingly opposing worlds of an undercover animal rights investigator and slaughterhouse workers and their families.

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Truly Awesome Turkeys: A Thanksgiving Lesson

Your students will gobble up these awesome facts about turkeys and learn how to help them with this engaging activity!

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5 Humane Education Resources for Students With Special Needs

Humane education and special education share several core values. Both practices aim to modify the general education curriculum to include those who are marginalized and use unconventional teaching methods. Both place social and emotional learning at the forefront of a child’s education and recognize that academic content can—and should—be taught in tandem with soft skills … Read more »

What’s a Vegan? Activities to Answer This Question for Students of All Ages

Being vegan is simple, but the ethics behind a lifestyle that doesn’t use animals are complex. Use TeachKind resources to explain them to students in easy-to-understand terms.

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