Do you want service learning activities and projects for middle and high school kids that make a difference on the local, national, and global scene? This workbook, part of Free Spirit’s How to Take Action! series by internationally renowned service learning expert Cathryn Berger Kaye, is what you need.
A Kids’ Guide to Protecting & Caring for Animals teaches about issues related to animal welfare, such as:
- cruelty prevention
- emergency readiness (caring for animals in disasters)
- wildlife rehabilitation
- animal advocacy
- habitat preservation
- shelter volunteering
- animals in the workforce
- animal welfare throughout history
Kids explore ways to address the needs of animals—both domestic and wild—read what others in the world (including young people) have done and are doing to help, find out what their community needs, and develop a service project. The workbook includes facts, quotations, real-life examples, write-on pages, resources, a note to adults—and a lot of inspiration to get out there and make a difference in the world. Includes exclusive interviews with Ed Sayres, president of the ASPCA, and Kathe Koja, author of straydog.
Teachers, parents, and group leaders: Use this workbook in a classroom or youth-serving organization, an after-school program, or as a family. It can be used on its own or as a companion to The Complete Guide to Service Learning.
Created in collaboration with the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
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View where you can purchase the eBook. 48 pages, illustrated, softcover, black and white, 8½" x 11", ISBN 978-1-57542-303-6