Resources

Unsure of introducing animal rights education into your classroom but want to see what's already out there? Check out some education resources that are available online.

For those teachers certain in wanting to introduce and teach animal rights in the classroom, contact us and we'll tailor a SPECIFIC teaching programme or series of lessons to cater to your specific aims.

http://www.animalsandus.com.au/

'Animals and Us - Teaching Positive Values'
64 reproducible activity pages to use in the classroom, animal club or after school care. A fantastic resource for Primary teachers wishing to introduce compassion towards animals into their classroom.

http://www.voiceless.org.au/

An independent non-profit think tank dedicated to alleviating the suffering of animals in Australia. Established by father and daughter team, Brian Sherman AM and Ondine Sherman. Voiceless works endlessly through advocacy, law and schools to help make the world a better place for the animals. Voiceless also offers grants for projects aimed at helping animals. Check out their section for inspiration and extra ideas of starting an Animal Rights club at your school.

OVERSEAS

http://www.sharetheworld.org.uk/

http://www.ciwf.org.uk/

http://www.animalaid.org.uk//

http://www.allaboutanimals.org.uk/

Despite these sites being based in the UK, these education packs communicate compassion no matter where you are in the world. All About Animals has education resources for BOTH primary and secondary aged students.

http://www.safe.org.nz/

Although New Zealand based, the teacher guides and lessons can easily be incorporated into Australian Syllabuses. An excellent resource for secondary teachers.

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